An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (fetid)
a. stinking
El olor hediondo que venía del jardín resultó ser de una zarigüeya muerta.The stinking smell coming from the garden turned out to be a dead opossum.
b. foul-smelling
Los trabajadores bajaron a las alcantarillas hediondas.The workers descended into the foul-smelling sewers.
2. (revolting)
a. repulsive
El matadero era hediondo. Me tuve que ir del edificio.The slaughterhouse was repulsive. I had to leave the building.
b. disgusting
Me asqueó su mirada hedionda que pareció desvestirme.I was sickened by his disgusting look that practically undressed me.
3. (intolerable)
a. unbearable
¿Por qué siempre contestas con ese tono agresivo? ¡Eres hediondo!Why do you always answer in such an aggressive tone? You're unbearable!
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (de mal olor)
a. stinking, foul-smelling
2. (insoportable)
a. unbearable
1 (maloliente) stinking; foul-smelling
2 (asqueroso) repulsive
3 (sucio) filthy
4 (obsceno) obscene
5 (inaguantable) annoying; unbearable
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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