morbo translation | Spanish-English dictionary



1    *   (=curiosidad)   morbid curiosity  
la prensa amarilla alimenta el morbo de la gente      the gutter press feeds people's morbid curiosity  
2    *  
(=atractivo sexual)  

no es guapa pero tiene morbo      she's not pretty but she's sexy  
3      (Med)   (=enfermedad)   disease, illness
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

moro, mórbido, morboso, mor

no es guapa pero tiene morbo exp.
she's not pretty but she's sexy

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"morbo": examples and translations in context
Morbo lo almacenará para digerirlo más tarde. Morbo will store this in his sack for future digestion.
Cualquier humano es indeseable a los ojos de Morbo. All humans are vermin in the eyes of Morbo.
Todo prenderá fuego y parecerá un entierro vikingo... ...pero sin el morbo. When it catches fire, it will give us the effect of a Viking funeral, but with none of the morbidity.
La sensualidad acompañada de cierto morbo y fantasía, resulta más placentera, le mostramos algunas posibilidades, si Usted desea otras opciones no dude en consultar. The sensuality accompanied by a certain morbidity and fantasy, it is more pleasant, are some possibilities, if you want other options do not hesitate to consult.
Morboso en la cima del morbo. Oh, morbid on top of morbid.
Parece una lista de lectura de Morbo 101. Looks like a reading list from Morbid 101.
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