asqueroso

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Late Latin eschara, from Ancient Greek ἐσχάρα (eskhára, scab left from a burn). Indirectly related to English scar.

Adjective[edit]

asqueroso m (feminine singular asquerosa, masculine plural asquerosos, feminine plural asquerosas, comparable)

  1. disgusting, repulsive, distasteful
    Synonyms: abominável, nauseante, nojento, repulsivo

Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Late Latin eschara, from Ancient Greek ἐσχάρα (eskhára, scab left from a burn).

Adjective[edit]

asqueroso (feminine singular asquerosa, masculine plural asquerosos, feminine plural asquerosas)

  1. disgusting
    Synonyms: repugnante

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