English translation of 'horripilante'
1. horrifying, hair-raising
2. (sorriso) chilling
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'horripilante' in Other Languages
British English: horrifying /ˈhɒrɪˌfaɪɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as horrifying, you mean that it is shocking or disgusting.
These were horrifying experiences.
- American English: horrifying
- Arabic: مُرْعِب
- Brazilian Portuguese: horripilante
- Chinese: 毛骨悚然的
- Croatian: užasavajući
- Czech: děsivý
- Danish: gruopvækkende
- Dutch: verschrikkelijk
- European Spanish: horripilante
- Finnish: kauhistuttava
- French: terrifiant
- German: furchtbar
- Greek: τρομακτικός
- Italian: impressionante
- Japanese: ぞっとさせる
- Korean: 무서운
- Norwegian: sjokkerende
- Polish: przerażający
- European Portuguese: horripilante
- Romanian: înfiorător
- Russian: вселяющий ужас
- Spanish: horripilante
- Swedish: skräckinjagande
- Thai: ที่ทำให้ขยะแขยง
- Turkish: dehşet verici
- Ukrainian: жахливий
- Vietnamese: kinh hoàng
British English: creepy ADJECTIVE
If you say that something or someone is creepy, you mean they make you feel very nervous or frightened.
There were certain places that were really creepy at night.
British English: ghastly ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone or something as ghastly, you mean that you find them very unpleasant.
...a mother accompanied by her ghastly unruly child.
Translation of horripilante from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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