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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": examples and translations in context
Fue un desprecio fuerte y odioso. It was hot, hateful scorn.
Encontré paz en este retorcido y odioso mundo. I knew peace in this twisted, hateful world.
Parece odioso e irritante. incluso desde lejos. He looks obnoxious and irritating even from a great distance.
No sé, habría parecido odioso. I don't know, it would have seemed obnoxious.
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.
Todo esto sería odioso si no fuera grotesco. All of this would be odious, were it not so grotesque.
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