♦ horrible


♦ horrible
♦ horrible /ˈhɒrəbl/
a.
orribile; orrendo; spaventoso; tremendo; (fam.) pessimo, spiacevole: horrible noise [weather], frastuono [tempo] orribile; a horrible bore, un tremendo seccatore
horribleness n. [u].

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