She would have felt sorry for him if he hadn't been such a vile old mansurely no one can defend such vile behaviour as this?They were tangible proof of the atrocities perpetrated by a vile regimeThe statement described his government as a vile regimeIt showed his frustration over the vile attacks of the left parties' on the armed forcesBut rape is a vile crime which destroys the lives of its victims
One witness said: "Their language was vile"
he was vile to herse portó de un modo infame con ella
Prisoners were held in vile conditions
The vile weather kept the boats in the harbour
The smell when he took the top off was just vileA vile odour, like the halitosis of an old dog, rolled over him in wavesHe drank a pint of water just to wash away the vile taste
it smelled/tasted viletenía un olor/sabor repugnante;to be in a vile moodestar de pésimo humor;estar de un humor de mil demonios (informal);he has a vile tempertiene un genio muy violento;tiene un genio de mil demonios (informal)