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odioso

  
      adj  
1    (=detestable)   odious, hateful, detestable
2    (=repelente)   nasty, unpleasant  
hacerse odioso a algn      to become a nuisance to sb  
3      (Argentina, Chile, Perú)   (=molesto)   annoying
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

odio, ocioso, odiosear, odiosidad

hacerse odioso a algn exp.
to become a nuisance to sb

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'odioso' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
me es odioso
"odioso": examples and translations in context
Así fue, hasta... ...que filtró ese hiriente y odioso comercial. That is until he leaked this hurtful, hateful ad.
El mismo demonio no pronunciaría un título más odioso a mis oídos. The devil could not pronounce a title more hateful.
Yo renuncio a su falso y odioso Espíritu Santo. I renounce his foul and odious holy spirit.
Esta noche es la aburrida fiesta que da el odioso Sr. Shreck. Tonight is that loathsome party hosted by the odious Mr. Shreck.
Parece odioso e irritante. incluso desde lejos. He looks obnoxious and irritating even from a great distance.
El odioso adolescente que quiere morir desesperadamente, y cuando él muere, todos se alegran. The obnoxious teenager who you just want to die so bad, and when he dies, you all cheer.
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