Translation of inhuman in Spanish:


inhumano, adj.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈhjuːmən//ɪnˈ(h)jumən/


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    • Some professors, lawyers, judges and doctors are making barbaric and inhuman decisions.
    • How come we are subjected to torture and cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment?
    • It appears that we are the brutal, inhuman people that our history book have tried to conceal.
    • The shock of inhuman brutality was sufficient to traumatize the Albanians into submission.
    • The new law explicitly states that people should not be subject to torture or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment.
    • The brutal and inhuman methods of these organizations bespeak not liberation, but provocation.
    • We diminish ourselves if we allow the atrocities committed by others to turn us into inhuman people capable of similar evil.
    • Anyways, lets not dwell on the inhuman ways in which some humans treat their brothers.
    • Torture is, of course, a more severe type of inhuman treatment.
    • And what does it mean when people take offense and respond in evil and inhuman ways?
    • Around 68 years ago a man rose to power in Germany, a man who would unleash the most inhuman reign of any human being in history.
    • I'm also assuming that they don't support the view of the men as evil and inhuman.
    • Officers at the prison murdered him because he dared to complain about the inhuman conditions and the poor quality of food.
    • He is despised in the West because of the inhuman brutality of his dictatorship.
    • They violate the convention against torture and other forms of cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment.
    • Violence meted out to women in the country is widespread and inhuman; worse, is sanctioned by society.
    • It is not only unorthodox but also inhuman and borders on the violation of human rights.
    • Their admiration was even greater since the French had been represented to them as the most inhuman and savage people.
    • They probably thought we were so inhuman and so evil so as to be totally devoid of feelings.
    • He and his political cronies are guilty of cruel and inhuman treatment of a helpless human.