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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
Incluso era especialmente devoto de ese odioso loro que siempre hablaba de mí a mis espaldas. Now he was especially devoted to this hateful parrot who always used to talk about me behind my back.
No es bello tu oro, sino odioso. Your gold is, not beautiful, but hateful.
Tomar deliberadamente como blanco a los niños en su escuela es un acto particularmente odioso. Deliberately targeting children in their schools is a particularly odious act.
Los perpetradores de este crimen odioso estaban cegados por el odio. The perpetrators of this odious crime were blinded by hatred.
Harta de medicamentos y dispuesta a ser mañana alguien odioso. Bordering on chipper and, tomorrow, planning on being obnoxious.
Parece odioso e irritante. incluso desde lejos. He looks obnoxious and irritating even from a great distance.
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