Disgusting in Spanish | English to Spanish Translation and Dictionary

disgusting

 
disgusting
[dɪsˈgʌstɪŋ]
adjective
1. asqueroso(a), repugnante (revolting); vergonzoso(a) (disgraceful)
disgusting [dɪsˈɡʌstɪŋ]
adjective
1 (revolting) [+habit, taste, smell, food, place] asqueroso; repugnante; [+person] repugnante
you're disgusting me das asco; eres repugnante; the kitchen is in a disgusting mess la cocina está que da asco; la cocina está asquerosa; how disgusting! ¡qué asco!; it looks disgusting tiene una pinta asquerosa; it smells disgusting tiene un olor asqueroso or repugnante; huele que da asco; it tastes disgusting tiene un sabor asqueroso or repugnante
2 (obscene) [+book, film, photo] repugnante; asqueroso; [+language] indecente; cochino (informal)
"You can't use disgusting language like that in here, young lady," he said
3 (disgraceful) [+attitude, behaviour, manners] vergonzoso
she returned the book in a disgusting condition devolvió el libro en un estado vergonzoso
he has a disgusting temper it's absolutely disgusting the way taxes keep going up where did they pick up such disgusting manners? I think it's disgusting how much money they've got I think it's disgusting that we have to pay for our own lunch
4 (terrible) [+weather] asqueroso; de perros (informal)
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