English Vietnamese dictionary
- tính từ
- xúc phạm, làm tổn thương
- lăng nhục, sỉ nhục
- táo bạo, vô nhân đạo
- quá chừng, thái quá
- mãnh liệt, ác liệt
Advanced English dictionary
1 very shocking and unacceptable: outrageous behaviour + 'That's outrageous!' he protested.
2 very unusual and slightly shocking: She says the most outrageous things sometimes. + outrageous clothes
outrageously adverb: an outrageously expensive meal + They behaved outrageously.
1 excessive, extravagant, immoderate, exorbitant, enormous, unreasonable, preposterous, shocking, extreme, unwarranted, exaggerated, unconscionable, inordinate, intolerable, disgraceful, shameful, scandalous:
The prices at that restaurant are absolutely outrageous.
2 vicious, cruel, heinous, atrocious, barbaric, inhuman, abusive, beastly, horrible, horrid, horrendous, iniquitous, villainous, wicked, evil, egregious, flagrant, grievous, infamous, execrable, abominable, grisly, hideous, monstrous, vile, unthinkable, foul, awful, unspeakable, appalling, offensive, indecent:
The captives suffered the most outrageous treatment at the hands of their conquerors
3 indecent, offensive, immoral, rude, indelicate, obnoxious, profane, obscene, dirty, filthy, lewd, salacious, foul, smutty, scatological, pornographic, objectionable, repellent, repulsive, nauseating, nauseous, nasty, gross, revolting, shocking, repugnant, disgusting, fulsome, perverted, depraved, dissolute, degenerate, dissipated, debauched, profligate; explicit, unrestrained; foul-mouthed, thersitical, insulting; unseemly, inappropriate, indecorous, improper, naughty, appalling, embarrassing; Literary Fescennine, US shy-making:
The sermon denounced the outrageous films, books, magazines, and television programmes to which children are exposed. Warren sometimes says the most outrageous things.
be | consider sth, regard sth as, see sth as, think sth
She thought it absolutely outrageous that he should be promoted over her.
absolutely, completely, quite, totally | morally
Concise English dictionary
+grossly offensive to decency or morality; causing horror
+greatly exceeding bounds of reason or moderation