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revolting

  
   adj   (=disgusting)  
[smell, taste, sight, habit, person]  
repugnante, asqueroso  
[behaviour, story]  
repugnante  
[place, weather]  
asqueroso  
[colour, dress]  
horroroso, repelente  
it smells/tastes revolting      tiene un olor/sabor repugnante, huele/sabe que da asco  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
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huele/sabe que da asco
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tiene un olor/sabor repugnante
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'revolting' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
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how revolting!
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I find it both fascinating and revolting at the same time
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I find slugs disgusting {o} revolting
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I can't sit there, it's revolting
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"revolting": examples and translations in context
Liberal triumphalism is as revolting as any other. El triunfalismo liberal es tan repugnante como cualquier otro.
Your stench, however, is revolting. Tu hediondez, sin embargo, es repugnante.
This isn't merely revolting, it's impossible to boot. Esto no sólo es asqueroso, es imposible de iniciar.
I have at last joined that revolting group of world travelers. Me he unido a un asqueroso grupo de viajeros.
The climate of prejudice and suspicion against Greece is revolting. El clima de prejuicios y sospechas contra Grecia es repulsivo.
He is somehow just so revolting. Él es de alguna forma tan repulsivo.
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