Translation of revulsion in Spanish:

revulsion

repugnancia, n.

Pronunciation /rɪˈvʌlʃ(ə)n//rəˈvəlʃ(ə)n/

noun

  • 1

    repugnancia feminine
    asco masculine
    • Widespread public revulsion at the executions exacerbated a growing alienation from the British administration in Ireland.
    • I feel utter revulsion at the people that did this.
    • A wave of revulsion washed through my body and mind as I sat, motionless, mere inches from him.
    • Gripped by a sense of revulsion at the ongoing murder campaign, several thousand heeded his call and took to the street outside City Hall.
    • My euphoria evaporated and was replaced by something closer to moral revulsion.
    • But it is not moral revulsion, let alone newsworthiness, that is animating the news media.
    • If labelling is to be effective, it is important that embarrassment, revulsion and even disgust be generated in the public mind.
    • I understand the impulse to focus one's moral revulsion on the perpetrators.
    • As Ken surveyed my body, revulsion led my retreat into our kitchenette, where I politely excused myself.
    • Since the story centers on a disabled woman's body, revulsion is a culturally supported reaction.
    • Now defendants in criminal cases often are charged with offences which would fill ordinary people with horror, disgust and revulsion.
    • We fear that many viewers will share Dr Weaver's revulsion at the ‘psycho’ who killed Lucy and maimed Carter.
    • It culminated in the Nazi racial hygiene experiments on Jews, which led to revulsion and the political stand against racism.
    • To some extent, the revulsion felt by blogging's first wave is based on this.
    • It is hard not to feel a certain revulsion for so detached and apparently inhuman an attitude to childbearing.
    • Instead, there are signs of growing public revulsion over assembly-line executions and rampant police brutality and corruption.
    • The absence of skin, odour and blood means that many visitors are surprised that they do not feel instinctive revulsion.
    • It came as a shock to me that not all men share this revulsion at body fat.
    • The prime minister's open display of contempt for democratic accountability has only deepened the revulsion felt towards him.
    • She raised her hand in front of her face and stared at it in shock and revulsion as she saw the drying blood there.