horrible

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الإنجليزية - التركية
berbat

Bu yılki performansları çok berbattı. - Their performance that year was horrible.

Tom çocuklarına karşı berbattı. - Tom was horrible with children.

{s} korkunç

Köydeki insanlar hâlâ Tom'un öldüğü korkunç şekilden bahsediyorlardı. - People in the village still talked about the horrible way Tom had died.

Düşman, şehirde korkunç bir katliam yaptı. - The enemy committed a horrible manslaughter in the city.

dehşet
{s} kötü

Bu ilacın tadı çok kötü. - This medicine tastes horrible.

Tom kötü bir şey olmak üzere olduğu hissini atlatamadı. - Tom couldn't shake the feeling that something horrible was about to happen.

dehşete düşüren
rezil
iğrenç
pek çok
{s} korkunç, dehşet verici, dehşete düşüren, dehşetli
{s} dehşet verici
horriblenesskorkunçluk
çok

Kendini çok berbat hissediyor olmalısın. - You must feel horrible.

Bu ilacın tadı çok kötü. - This medicine tastes horrible.

iğrenç/dehşet verici
dili müthiş bir şekilde
{s} k.dili. berbat, çok kötü, iğrenç
iğrenç olarak
{s} k.dili. çok kötü, çok fena, korkunç; çok kaba
{s} korkutucu
çirkin olarak
(Askeri) MÜTHİŞ, KORKUNÇ, İĞRENÇ
horriblykorkunç bir şekilde
dili aşırı
menfur
horribly
korkunç/dehşetli bir şekilde
horribly
dehşet verici bir şekilde
horribly
dehşetli bir şekilde
horribly
fena halde

Tom'un planı fena halde yanlış gitti. - Tom's plan went horribly wrong.

horribly
aşırı bir şekilde
horribly
korkunç bir şekilde

Her şey korkunç bir şekilde yanlış gitti. - Everything went horribly wrong.

horribleness
dehşet
horribleness
korkunçluk
horribly
pek çok
horribly
iğrenç olarak
more horrible
daha korkunç
horribleness
sevimsizlik
horribly
k.dili. çok kötü, çok fena; çok kaba ve kırıcı bir şekilde
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Causing horror; terrible; shocking
A person wearing a comic or grotesque costume in a parade of horribles
A thing that causes horror; a terrifying thing, particularly a prospective bad consequence asserted as likely to result from an act

Many scholars have demonstrated these horribles and contemplated significant limitations on class actions.

Tremendously wrong or errant
{a} dreadful, terrible, shocking, hideous
You can call something horrible when it causes you to feel great shock, fear, and disgust. Still the horrible shrieking came out of his mouth. = terrible + horribly hor·ri·bly A two-year-old boy was horribly murdered
{s} terrible, awful; disgusting, repulsive
provoking horror; "an atrocious automobile accident"; "a frightful crime of decapitation"; "an alarming, even horrifying, picture"; "war is beyond all words horrible"- Winston Churchill; "an ugly wound"
emphasis Horrible is used to emphasize how bad something is. That seems like a horrible mess that will drag on for years = awful + horribly hor·ri·bly Our plans have gone horribly wrong
Exciting, or tending to excite, horror or fear; dreadful; terrible; shocking; hideous; as, a horrible sight; a horrible story; a horrible murder
If you describe something or someone as horrible, you do not like them at all. The record sounds horrible. a horrible small boy. + horribly hor·ri·bly When trouble comes they behave selfishly and horribly
horrible person
hideous person, menace, nuisance
horrible sight
ghastly scene, hideous spectacle, frightful sight
horribly
In a horrible way; very badly

The beginning art students displayed their horribly executed paintings with hopeful faces.

horribly
With a very bad effect

Horribly, as he was dying, his eyes reddened.

horribly
To an extreme degree or extent

The man was horribly nice, yet she still wouldn't marry him.

horribleness
{n} a horrible state or quality, horror
horribly
{a} dreadfully, frightfully, hideously
horribleness
{i} dreadfulness, awfulness, repulsiveness
horribleness
The state or quality of being horrible; dreadfulness; hideousness
horribleness
The property of being horrible
horribly
awfully, terribly, horrendously
horribly
In a horrible manner; very badly
horribly
In a manner to excite horror; dreadfully; terribly
horribly
of a dreadful kind; "there was a dreadfully bloody accident on the road this morning"
horrible

    الواصلة

    hor·ri·ble

    التركية النطق

    hôrıbıl

    المتضادة

    pleasant

    النطق

    /ˈhôrəbəl/ /ˈhɔːrəbəl/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'hor-&-b&l, 'här- ] (adjective.) 14th century. First attested in Middle English American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition (alternately as horrible and orrible)Dictionary.com Unabridged (v 1·1) in 1303Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2001 Douglas Harper: from Old French horrible, from Latin horribilis, from horr(ēre) + -ibilis (“-ible”).

    فيديوهات

    ... I feel so horrible. ...
    ... Very horrible. ...

    كلمة اليوم

    detriment
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