Translation of shattering in Spanish:


tremendo, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈʃædərɪŋ//ˈʃat(ə)rɪŋ/


  • 1

    (loss/blow) tremendo
    (loss/blow) terrible
    (defeat) aplastante
    (experience) demoledor
    (experience) terrible
    • There may come to us some shattering calamity or dreadful disappointment or some moral failure.
    • The one thing I certainly wasn't prepared for was the shattering news that I was in perfect health.
    • We should roll the credits right now on this desensitised approach to the important responsibility of appropriate timing by Hollywood towards such shattering world events.
    • But her success came despite a shattering letter from the Home Office the day before she sat two Maths exams at Thomas Rotherham College in South Yorkshire.
    • He and his wife had suffered a shattering blow when their only daughter died in the crash of a small plane.
    • It is a depiction of shattering, chronic, inescapable pain and suffering that refuses to slide into self-pity.
    • However, the contender did manage some shattering attacks of his own.
    • Rather predictably, the adoption of a much more rhetorically republican tone by the Irish government produced a shattering blow to such hopes.
    • A woman who claims she was abused as a child in a council-run care home, has come forward after reading the shattering accounts of others reported in the Yorkshire Post.
    • This shattering statistic crashed into Downing Street, where brows were being mopped and arrangements stood down.
    • We will win victories we cannot now imagine, and live through shattering defeats.
    • I received some shattering news: My story was rejected.
    • I can only begin to imagine the shattering impact of the killing on local people.
    • At this stage in their development, the camera focuses on the parents' reaction to the shattering news.
    • Some describe the knowledge of having to undergo an amputation as the most shattering moment in their lives while others disclose having privately contemplated suicide.
    • It proved a shattering wake-up call.
    • They need to bounce back from the shattering blow of defeat at the weekend at Hull City.
    • And there really ought not to be a dry eye in the theatre by the time it reaches its shattering conclusion.
    • In attempting to find a grain of good in such shattering events, Virgo maintains that " lots of things that happen off the field make you stronger on it ".
    • The disaster also deals a shattering blow to the railway industry as a whole.
  • 2British informal

    mortal informal