bárbaro, -a
adjective
1. barbarian (history)
2. barbaric, cruel (cruel)
3. uncouth, coarse (bruto)
4. brilliant, great (informal) (extraordinario)
masculine or feminine noun
5. barbarian (history)
adverb
6. (informal) (magníficamente)
  • pasarlo bárbaro, -a -> to have a wild time

bárbaro [bar’-bah-ro, rah]
adjective
1. Barbarous, barbarian, fierce, cruel, heathenish, murderous.
2. Rash, bold, daring.
3. Rude, ignorant, unpolished.
4. Tremendous, terrific, smashing; ¡Que bárbaro!
  • Es un tío bárbaro -> he's a great guy
  • Lo pasamos bárbaro -> we had a tremendous time, m
  • Conduce como un bárbaro -> he drives like a madman
, How marvellous!Adv. Marvellous; terrifically. (fig.) Rough sort, uncouth person.

bárbaroa bárbara
adjetivo
1 (Hist) barbarian
2 (cruel) barbarous; cruel; (espantoso) awful; frightful
3 (grosero) rough; uncouth; (inculto) ignorant
4 (increíble) tremendous (familiar); smashing (familiar)
un éxito bárbaro a tremendous o smashing success (familiar); es un tío bárbaro he's a great o fantastic guy (familiar); hace un frío bárbaro it's freezing; ¡qué bárbaro! (estupendo) great!; terrific!; (horrible) how awful!
adverbio
(estupendamente) brilliantly
lo pasamos bárbaro we had a tremendous time (familiar); canta bárbaro she signs brilliantly; she's a terrific singer
exclamación
(S. Cone) fine!; OK! (familiar)
1 (Hist) barbarian
2 (bruto) uncouth person
conduce como un bárbaro he drives like a madman; gritó como un bárbaro he gave a tremendous shout; he shouted like mad

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