HyperDic: escandaloso

Español > 6 sentidos de la palabra escandaloso:
ADJETIVOallescandaloso, ruidosofull of or characterized by loud and nonmusical sounds
allescandaloso, voceador, vociferador, vocingleroconspicuously and offensively loud
allescandaloso, denigrante, deshonroso, infamante, infame, ultrajante, vergonzosogiving offense to moral sensibilities and injurious to reputation
allescandaloso, bulliciosoboisterously and noisily aggressive
allescandaloso, bullicioso, estrepitosonoisily and stubbornly defiant
allescandaloso, abominable, atroz, craso, flagrante, grave, tremendoconspicuously and outrageously bad / bad or reprehensible
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SentidoFull of or characterized by loud and nonmusical sounds.
Sinónimoruidoso
EspecíficoaflautadoHaving a tone of a reed instrument
alborotadoruncontrollably noisy
chirrianteHaving a rasping or grating sound
escandaloso, voceador, vociferador, vocingleroconspicuously and offensively loud
estertóreo, estertorosoOf breathing having a heavy snoring sound
estrepitoso, traqueteanteA rattling sound as of hard things striking together
sonido metálicoHaving a loud resonant metallic sound
susurranteresembling a sustained 'sh' or soft whistle
TambiéncacofónicoHaving an unpleasant sound
fuerteCharacterized by or producing sound of great volume or intensity
Contrariocalmo, pacífico, quieto, silencioso, silente, suave, tranquiloFree of noise or uproar
Inglésnoisy
Catalánescandalós, sorollós
Nombresestrépito, jaleo, ruidoThe auditory effect characterized by loud and constant noise
AdverbiosruidosamenteWith much noise or loud and unpleasant sound
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Sentidoconspicuously and offensively loud; given to vehement outcry.
Sinónimosvoceador, vociferador, vocinglero
Generalescandaloso, ruidosoFull of or characterized by loud and nonmusical sounds
Inglésblatant, clamant, clamorous, strident, vociferous
Catalánbaladrer, cridaner, escandolós, vociferant
Nombresalgarada, algazara, barbulla, clamoreo, clamor, griterío, guasábara, vocería, vocingleríaLoud and persistent outcry from many people
cacofonía, estrépito, estridencia, estruendo, fragorA loud harsh or strident noise
estridencia, estridorHaving the timbre of a loud high-pitched sound
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SentidoGiving offense to moral sensibilities and injurious to reputation.
Sinónimosdenigrante, deshonroso, infamante, infame, ultrajante, vergonzoso
Generalinmoraldeliberately violating / violating accepted principles of right and wrong
Inglésdisgraceful, scandalous, shameful, shocking
Catalándenigrant, deshonrós, infame, ultratjant, vergonyós
Nombresdeshonra, ignominia, infamia, vergüenzaunworthiness meriting public disgrace and dishonor
escándalodisgracefulness that offends public morality
escándaloA disgraceful event
Adverbiosescandalosamente, impactantemente, impresionantemente, vergonzosamenteIn a scandalous manner
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Sentidoboisterously and noisily aggressive.
Sinónimobullicioso
GeneralagresivoHaving or showing determination and energetic / energetic pursuit of your ends
Inglésobstreperous
Nombresbulla, estrépitonoisy defiance
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Sentidonoisily and stubbornly defiant.
Sinónimosbullicioso, estrepitoso
Generaldesafiante, provocativo, rebeldeboldly resisting authority or an opposing force
Inglésobstreperous
Nombresbulla, estrépitonoisy defiance
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Sentidoconspicuously and outrageously bad / bad or reprehensible.
Sinónimosabominable, atroz, craso, flagrante, grave, tremendo
Generalevidente, obvioobvious to the eye or mind
Ingléscrying, egregious, flagrant, glaring, gross, rank
Catalánabominable, atroç, escandalós, flagrant
Adverbiosbrutamente, egregiamente, flagrantemente, manifiestamenteIn a glaring manner
groseramenteIn a gross manner

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