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Terrible is commonly used to mean extremely bad—awful, dreadful, or horrible. It can also mean severe, as in I have a terrible case of the flu. (Of course, this sense of the word often overlaps with its meaning of “extremely bad.”) When it’s used to describe a person, terrible often means extremely disagreeable or cruel.ter·ri·ble. (tĕr′ə-bəl) adj. 1. Causing great fear or alarm; dreadful: a terrible bolt of lightning; a terrible curse Terrible meaning in english. 2. Extremely formidable: terrible responsibilities. 3. Extreme in extent or degree; intense: "the life for which he had paid so terrible a price" (Leslie Fiedler).terrible adjective (UNPLEASANT) A2 very unpleasant or serious or of low quality: The weather was terrible. Terrible meaning in english.

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