Translation of diabolic in Spanish:


del demonio, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌdʌɪəˈbɒlɪk/


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    (arts) del demonio
    (vision/figure) diabólico
    • Mr. Menon - who scripts, directs and produces the film - appears to have understood the diabolic side of globalisation much better than any of our contemporary Malayalam film-makers.
    • To justify an attack on the powerless, you have first to attribute to them a diabolic malevolence that must be avenged.
    • It is also notable that A Yorkshire Tragedy takes the idea of diabolic possession very seriously.
    • Today, the Roman Catholic Church still believes in diabolic possession and its priests still practice what is called ‘real exorcism,’ a 27-page ritual to drive out evil spirits.
    • That diabolic power took hold of me, my body was trembling and my mind invaded by vivid images.
    • When the diabolic Grissom and his cohorts slip their restraints and hijack the plane, the authorities are left chasing their tails on the ground.
    • It is important to remember, of course, that many confessions of diabolic intercourse were the product of torture and leading questioning, and probably had no basis in actual sleep disturbances.
    • Thus he is the very devil of the Cartesian universe, exploiting his own diabolic extrapolation of the cogito.
    • It felt as though the plane was being dangled on some diabolic string, tweaked from above just to tease us.
    • If their diabolic intent was to systematically convert some of the most exciting, cutting-edge music of recent years into a dull migraine thud, they couldn't have done a more ruthlessly efficient job.
    • Another disappointment was the Morris dance; when the Dog played the fiddle, a red light shone on the cast, and the diabolic music bent and distorted them into odd positions.
    • Acceptance of at least the possibility of diabolic or angelic intervention was common among the intelligentsia in the second half of the seventeenth century.
    • For a literary parallel, we will have to imagine Desdemona surviving her asphyxiation by Othello and teaming up with the diabolic Iago in a bizarre sequel to Shakespeare's ‘Othello’!
    • The possibility of diabolic possession was rarely considered.
    • For a start, I don't believe that humanity is diabolic (although we often do diabolical things to each other), and I reckon we're all spiritual beings.
    • Nevertheless, the acting, singing and music were consistently superb and the attention never wavered as the diabolic possession of the two children slowly unfolded.
    • In this diabolic account of our state, such figures as Alastair Campbell naturally become vastly important.
    • ‘Then I shall tell father you are reading those books again,’ he said pointing to the books as if they were diabolic.
    • Despite the diabolic nature of this prank, I felt that over the year we really did build something between us, so I refused to give up on the relationship.
    • We are shown and recognize these limits in the Dindenault episode, where Panurge as the Devil commits the ultimate diabolic act and violates standards of human dignity and human morality.
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