disgusto = annoyance masculine noun


masculine noun
masculine noun

English Translation of DISGUSTO

Examples of DISGUSTO

la noticia me causó un gran disgusto I was very upset by the news
eso te va a costar un disgusto that is going to get you into trouble
vas a darle un disgusto a mamá con tan malas notas Mom's going to be upset about those bad marks of yours
nunca nos dio un disgusto he never caused us any worry or trouble
vas a matar a tu madre a disgustos (familiar) you'll be the death of your mother (familiar)
—la han despedido —¡qué disgusto! they've fired her — "that's terrible or awful!"
como sigas así, tú y yo tendremos un disgusto if you carry on like that, we're going to fall out
hacer algo a disgusto to do something unwillingly
estar or sentirse a disgusto to be or feel ill at ease

Related to DISGUSTO

Sometimes Confused With: disgusto (disgustar), disgustó (disgustar)

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