grotesco translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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grotesco

  
      adj   (=ridículo)   grotesque  
(=absurdo)  
bizarre, absurd
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"grotesco": examples and translations in context
Solo las aseguradoras lo ven grotesco. Only the insurance companies called the trial grotesque...
Era "impresionante, pero no grotesco". He was "awe-inspiring, but never grotesque".
Esperan algo grotesco de baratas emociones. Your readers expect grotesqueries and cheap thrills.
...para reflejar con más precisión la variedad de lo grotesco en su naturaleza. ...to more accurately reflect the varying grotesqueries of your nature.
Es mucho más grotesco de lo que crees. It's a lot more gruesome than you think.
Hace una horas, el Comandante Nicholas Wilson fue acosado por periodistas por el grotesco ataque a dos estudiantes... Earlier today, Chief Constable Nicholas Wilson was harassed by journalists regarding a gruesome attack on two students...
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