Translation of eyesore in Spanish:

eyesore

monstruosidad, n.

Pronunciation /ˈʌɪsɔː//ˈaɪsɔr/

noun

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    monstruosidad feminine
    adefesio masculine
    • At a time when Ireland is so wealthy, the excuses for building those eyesores are gone.
    • Officials do not believe the new facilities will be a nuisance or an eyesore and say they are clearly needed in Filey.
    • BBC News has been asking its readers to nominate Britain's worst buildings, the eyesores that they would like to see demolished.
    • An eyesore building on the corner of St Denys' Road and next to the site is a listed structure and will become part of the block of flats.
    • Toxic eyesores disfigure black neighborhoods, degrade property values, and discourage public and private investment there.
    • In most cases, the rules are in place to ensure everyone can appreciate their homes and surroundings without the detrimental impact of unlawful buildings, developments or eyesores.
    • And they claimed that a high metal fence, which had been erected round the building, was an eyesore.
    • I would suggest that they move out of their cosy offices and tour the area to see for themselves what is not only an eyesore but a health hazard.
    • This building, in the opinion of many, is an eyesore which should be demolished.
    • A council report states: ‘Shopping trolleys are, at best, a nuisance and, at worst, eyesores.’
    • The jail is a huge eyesore and a risk to the general public as has been demonstrated in the very recent past.
    • The real eyesore was the derelict building we took over, which was covered in vandalism.
    • It's inevitable that these eyesores will eventually become dangerous.
    • They have become stagnant bog holes and an incredible eyesore and health risk.
    • The piles of dumped rubbish and abandoned cars have long been an eyesore and a hazard to health.
    • It is a monstrous eyesore quite out of keeping with the surrounding area.
    • With many of the old eyesores now disappearing from sight more effort will be called for to really get the town looking its best for the spring, summer and autumn.
    • I'd much rather see one big eyesore than a bunch of little eyesores jumping out at me wherever I look - on poles, on construction-site temporary fences, etc.
    • Amid the characterful pioneer buildings, municipal eyesores have risen.
    • A yacht club spokesman said the barge had been demolished because it was dangerous and an eyesore.