English translation of 'severo'
severosevera [seˈvɛru, a]
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'severo' in Other Languages
British English: grim /ɡrɪm/ ADJECTIVE
A situation or news that is grim is unpleasant.
There was more grim economic news yesterday.
- American English: grim
- Arabic: غَيْرُ لَطِيف
- Brazilian Portuguese: severo
- Chinese: 严酷的
- Croatian: sumoran
- Czech: neradostný
- Danish: grum
- Dutch: vreselijk
- European Spanish: deprimente tiempo
- Finnish: synkkä
- French: morose
- German: grimmig
- Greek: βλοσυρός
- Italian: spiacevole
- Japanese: いやな
- Korean: 불길한
- Norwegian: morsk
- Polish: srogi
- European Portuguese: severo
- Romanian: crunt
- Russian: безрадостный
- Spanish: deprimente
- Swedish: bister
- Thai: ร้าย น่ากลัว
- Turkish: tatsız
- Ukrainian: неприємний
- Vietnamese: đáng lo ngại
British English: severe ADJECTIVE
You use severe to indicate that something bad or undesirable is great or intense.
...a business with severe cash flow problems.
British English: stern ADJECTIVE
Stern words or actions are very severe.
He issued a stern warning to those who persist in violence.
Translation of severo from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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