Translation of vicious in Spanish:

vicious

fiero, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈvɪʃəs//ˈvɪʃəs/

adjective

  • 1

    (savage, violent)
    (dog) fiero
    (dog) malo
    (criminal/thug) despiadado
    (criminal/thug) sanguinario
    (crime) atroz
    (crime) sanguinario
    (attack/blow) feroz
    (blow/attack) salvaje
    he has a vicious temper tiene muy mal genio
    • there's a vicious streak in him tiene una veta violenta
    • their home-made vodka is pretty vicious stuff hacen un vodka que es un veneno
    • Our most vicious tendencies are based around and triggered by hormonal impulses.
    • Local radio news bulletins are jammed with reports of muggings and vicious petty criminals.
    • True, the film gets off on its own sense of creative cruelty, but it is nowhere near as vile or vicious as it thinks it is.
    • The Jungle Book follows Mowgli's adventures as he flees a vicious tiger with the help of Baloo the bear and Bagheera the panther.
    • People could look harmless and gorgeous on the outside when really they are vicious vile evil monsters on the inside.
    • The aristocratic families at the heart of the new scandals are not loyal and dutiful - they are vicious, greedy and spiteful.
    • Before achieving this difficult task, he has to fight rebels in the forest, as well as Walken's private army, not to mention vicious monkeys with teeth like the American werewolf in London.
    • A great altar of bone and steel rested at the end, crouching like some vicious creature waiting for prey.
    • Are we wasting sympathy on vicious criminals when we insist on proper legal safeguards for them?
    • He lifted it off, gingerly, like he was removing a possibly vicious pet rodent from his superior's suit; something not really his, but which somehow he was responsible for.
    • When this scene is shown on film the viewer is expected to take the side of the innocent turtle hatchling against the vicious crab or bird.
    • It was a brutal, vicious and pitiless attack in which you showed your victim no mercy.
    • ‘This is not just an attack on prison officers, but an attack on the entire criminal justice system by vicious thugs,’ he said.
    • As I got older, I decided it might kill him to know that his only son was a vicious, nasty bully.
    • They are vicious, horrible, and those responsible should be severely punished.
    • I would like to warn cat owners about a vicious dog in the Long Ditton area.
    • Bloodstained snow, heavy cloaks, blackened eyes, Indian rites, puritanical fire and brimstone and the ominous howl of vicious wolf beasts.
    • The female of the species is the most vicious creature known to exist.
    • This was a cowardly, savage and vicious attack on a man who was utterly helpless.
    • Then let him undistractedly restrain his mind, as a charioteer restrains his vicious horses.
    • He is a more serious and vicious monster these days.
    • Don't tolerate the equally vicious dishonesty of adultery.
    • Here is a man who is so vicious and evil that he makes Charles Manson look like Christie Brinkley.
    • Rather, they are aggressively recruiting new criminals to their vicious gang.
    • While embarrassing moments are unavoidable and nothing to be ashamed about, dishonest, vicious or sleazy behavior is well within your control.
    • Snow wolves were vicious, bloodthirsty wolves that roamed the forest.
    • It seems I am now safely in my home, far from the menacing arms of the vicious beast which drove me from the wild!
    • Lady Hester evidently came from Somerset, where she acquired a formidable reputation for breaking in the most vicious horses.
    • At last they were ready to disembark and to leave this hellhole of a place swarming with the vicious creatures of the night.
    • Police are hunting a vicious thug who inflicted serious injuries on an innocent man in daylight.
    • There is a serious agenda behind this vicious journalism.
    • Maybe it's that chihuahua next door which she mocks from the window: in her REM sleep visions, it's a vicious bull, ring through its nose.
    • And these two people, two lawyers, had very, very vicious dogs.
    • The tabloids violated my family's privacy in a manner that I felt was vicious and indecent.
    • Although it looks a vicious creature, the wolf eel is in fact very timid, its main diet being the spiny sea urchin, the sharp spines of which have no effect on the wolf eel's tough jaws.
    • James held his sword in front of him in fear, and quickly stumbled backwards away from the vicious creature.
    • Clearly this is counterintuitive to the more common assumption that large gangs of malevolent youths are vicious, destructive, soulless morons.
    • Animal Control Officers must deal with vicious and wild animals.
  • 2

    (malicious)
    (gossip/rumor) malicioso
    she was very vicious about John se ensañó con John
    • a vicious smear campaign una despiadada campaña de difamación
    • he has a vicious tongue tiene una lengua viperina
  • 3literary

    (depraved)
    (habit) depravado
    • As nations become more corrupt and vicious, they have more need of masters.
    • What had made me smile was his vicious and vile bigotry.
    • Satan, who represents Evil, the utterly vicious, is yet not a monster because he also fits absolutely into a certain moral universe, a certain symbolic order.