1) ((also adjective) (something) of unusual size, form or appearance: a monster tomato.) monstruo
2) (a huge and/or horrible creature: prehistoric monsters.) monstruo
3) (a very evil person: The man must be a monster to treat his children so badly!) monstruo
- monstrously
monster n monstruo
1 (gen) monstruo
1 familiar (huge) enorme, gigantesco,-a
monster ['mɑntstər] n
: monstruo m
monstruoso, -a adj.
fenómeno s.m.
monstruo s.m.
'mɑːnstər, 'mɒnstə(r)
noun monstruo m

a monster of a dog — un perro enorme, un perrazo (fam)

ADJ * (=enormous) enorme, gigantesco
N monstruo m ; (=big animal, plant, thing) * monstruo m , gigante m

a real monster of a fish — un pez verdaderamente enorme

* * *
['mɑːnstər, 'mɒnstə(r)]
noun monstruo m

a monster of a dog — un perro enorme, un perrazo (fam)

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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