asco translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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asco

  
      sm  
1    (=sensación)   disgust, revulsion  
¡qué asco!      how disgusting!, how revolting!  
¡qué asco de gente!      what awful o ghastly *   people!  
coger asco a algo      to get sick of sth  
dar asco a algn      to sicken sb, disgust sb  
me das asco      you disgust me  
me dan asco las aceitunas      I loathe olives  
hacer ascos a algo      to turn up one's nose at sth  
poner cara de asco      to look disgusted, pull a face  
morirse de asco        (Esp)  
*   to be bored to tears o to death  
2    (=objeto)  
es un asco      it's disgusting  
estar hecho un asco      to be filthy  
poner a algn de asco        (Méx)  
*   to call sb all sorts of names  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

ástaco, arisco, atasco, as

Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
how revolting!
exp.
how disgusting!
v.
disgust
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to sicken sb
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disgust sb
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to get sick of sth
exp.
it's disgusting
exp.
to be bored to tears {o} to death
[ES]
exp.
you disgust me
exp.
pull a face
exp.
to look disgusted
exp.
to be filthy
exp.
it smells disgusting
exp.
I find slugs disgusting {o} revolting
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'asco' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
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¡qué asco!
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¡me das asco!
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me da asco
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me das asco
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me da asco
[Fig.]
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me da asco
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me da asco
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me da asco
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me da asco
[Fig.]
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me da asco

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