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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (very unattractive)
2. (very disagreeable)
a. very unpleasant
Tony le dijo cosas muy feas a su novia, y ella le dejó.Tony said some very unpleasant things to his girlfriend, and she left him.
b. very nasty
El tiempo está muy feo por aquí. Traigan ropa de abrigo.The weather is very nasty over here. Bring warm clothes.
c. very unflattering (news)
La prensa publicó detalles muy feos de la vida privada del monarca.The press published very unflattering details of the monarch's private life.
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