pronunciation: IPA: ˈmɒnstə(ɹ) /ˈmɑːnstɚ/ /ˈmɒnstə(r)/ , SAMPA: /"mQnst@(r)/  

Translations into Latin:

  • monstrum   
    (Noun  ) (noun   neuter )
     
    terrifying dangerous creature
  • belua   
    (noun   feminine )
  • immanitas   
    (noun   feminine )
  • inmanitas   
    (noun   feminine )
  • moles   
    (noun   feminine )

Other meanings:

 
very large
 
A bizarre or whimsical creature.
 
badly behaved child
 
bizarre or whimsical creature
 
(informal) Something unusually large.
 
A terrifying and dangerous, wild or fictional creature.
 
(figuratively) A badly behaved child, a brat.
 
Very large; worthy of a monster.
 
An extremely cruel or antisocial person, especially a criminal.
 
anti-social person, especially a criminal
 
(chiefly Australian) To harass
 
(informal) A prodigy; someone very talented in a specific domain.
 
A horribly deformed person.

Similar phrases in dictionary English Latin. (14)

Aaahh!!! Real MonstersAaahh!!! Monstra
female monsterlamia
Flying Spaghetti MonsterMonstrum Spacellinum Volatile; Macaronoteras Volatile
full of monstersportentuosus
half-monstersemifer
huge aquatic monsterleviathan
monster-bearingmonstriger; monstrifer; monstrigenus
producing monstersmonstrigenus
producing monsters|portentsmonstrifer; monstriger
sea monstercetus; pistris; pristis; cetos; pistrix
sea-monstercetus
sea‐monstercetus
that abounds|abounding in beasts|monstersbeluosus
winged god|monsterales

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Example sentences with "monster", translation memory

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Birds and beasts had been procured from remote countries, and sea monsters from the ocean.volucres et feras diversis et terris at animalia maris Oceano abusque petiverat.
Every one, as he returned from some far-distant region, told of wonders, of violent hurricanes, and unknown birds, of monsters of the sea, of forms half-human, half beast-like, things they had really seen or in their terror believed.ut quis ex longinquo revenerat, miracula narrabant, vim turbinum et inauditas volucris, monstra maris, ambiguas hominum et beluarum formas, visa sive ex metu credita.
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