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audio fe·o -a

adj.
  1. (que carece de belleza) ugly, hideous
  2. (horroroso) horrible, disgusting
  3. (muy serio) serious, nasty
  4. (poco decoroso) unbecoming, indecorous

Idioms:
dejar feo
to slight, hurt
más feo que Picio or un feo que asusta
as ugly as sin
quedar feo
to be slighted or offended
tocarle a uno bailar con la más fea
figurative, colloquial to get the short end of the stick or deal
adv.
America nasty, awful
huele feo it smells awful
m.
  1. colloquial (desaire) insult, slight
  2. (fealdad) ugliness, hideousness

Idiom:
hacer un feo a alguien
to slight or offend someone
Inflected Forms: fea - adje
feas - adje
feos - adje
feos - masc

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