An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (agressive)
a. violento
He's known for being violent. I wouldn't anger him.Tiene fama de ser violento. No lo fastidiaría.
2. (intense)
a. violento
A violent wind ripped the clothes off of the line.Un viento violento arrancó la ropa del tendedero.
b. fuerte
They evacuated several downtown buildings after a violent earthquake.Se evacuaron varios edificios del centro tras un temblor fuerte.
c. intenso
The violent pain in her intestines would not let her sleep.El dolor intenso en los intestinos no la dejaba dormir.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. violento(a)
to take a violent dislike to somebodytomar or
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violent [ˈvaɪələnt]
[+person, quarrel, storm, language] violento; [+kick] violento; fuerte; [+pain] intenso; agudo; [+colour] chillón
to become or turn violent mostrarse violento; to die a violent death morir de muerte violenta; violent crimes delitos (m) violentos; to come to a violent halt detenerse or parar bruscamente; (LAm) he has a violent temper tiene un genio terrible; to take a violent dislike to sb coger or agarrar una profunda antipatía a algn; (LAm) to take a violent dislike to sth tomar una tremenda or profunda aversión a algo; by violent means por la fuerza; por la violencia
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