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ominously

  • 1 ominously

    Ominously

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  • 2 ominously

    adverb siniestramente
    ominously ['ɑmənəsli] adv
    : de manera amenazadora
    ominously
    adv.
    ominosamente adv.
    'ɑːmənəsli, 'ɒmɪnəsli
    adverb

    he was ominously silent — su silencio no presagiaba nada bueno

    there is worse to come, he said ominously — -todavía queda lo peor -dijo en tono alarmante or inquietante

    ['ɒmɪnǝslɪ]
    ADV

    "we have a problem," she said ominously — -tenemos un problema -dijo en un tono que resultaba inquietante

    "I would not do that if I were you," he said ominously — -yo que tú no haría eso -dijo con un tono inquietante or en tono amenazador

    the men marched ominously up the street — los hombres marchaban calle arriba de una forma que no presagiaba or auguraba nada bueno

    the thunder rumbled ominously — los truenos retumbaban amenazadores

    Steve was ominously quiet — era inquietante lo tranquilo que estaba Steve

    the deadline was drawing ominously close — la fecha límite se acercaba amenazadora

    this sounded ominously like a declaration of war — esto guardaba un siniestro parecido con una declaración de guerra

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    ['ɑːmənəsli, 'ɒmɪnəsli]
    adverb

    he was ominously silent — su silencio no presagiaba nada bueno

    there is worse to come, he said ominously — -todavía queda lo peor -dijo en tono alarmante or inquietante

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  • 3 ominously

    ominously [{{t}}'ɒmɪnəslɪ]
    adverb
    de façon inquiétante ou menaçante;
    the sea was ominously calm la mer était étrangement calme;
    he looked at her ominously il lui jeta un regard inquiétant;
    ominously, there was no answer when they rang le téléphone ne répondait pas, ce qui ne présageait rien de bon;
    the deadline was drawing ominously close la date limite se rapprochait dangereusement

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  • 4 ominously

    adverb
    bedrohlich; beunruhigend [still]
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    adverb unheilvoll
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    omi·nous·ly
    [ˈɒmɪnəsli, AM ˈɑ:mə-]
    adv (inauspiciously) bedrohlich; (alarming) bedenklich
    \ominously, the telephone line went dead just after I heard a scream ominöserweise wurde die Verbindung unterbrochen, nachdem ich einen Schrei gehört hatte
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    ['ɒmInəslɪ]
    adv
    bedrohlich, ominös; say in einem Unheil verkündenden Ton

    it sounds ominously like a declaration of war — es klingt ominös nach einer Kriegserklärung

    more ominously, the government is talking of reprisals — schlimmer noch, die Regierung spricht von Vergeltungsmaßnahmen

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    adverb
    bedrohlich; beunruhigend [still]
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    adv.
    ominös adv.
    unheilvoll adv.

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  • 5 ominously

    ominously adv
    1 (threateningly) [look, gesture, move] de façon menaçante ; [say] d'un ton menaçant ; the house was ominously silent dans la maison régnait un silence menaçant ;
    2 (worryingly) ominously, the child has not yet been found on n'a pas encore retrouvé l'enfant, ce qui ne présage rien de bon.

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  • 6 ominously

    ominously [ˈɒmɪnəslɪ]
    adverb
    [say] sombrement
    • he was ominously quiet son silence ne présageait rien de bon

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  • 7 ominously

    omi·nous·ly [ʼɒmɪnəsli, Am ʼɑ:mə-] adv
    (inauspiciously) bedrohlich;
    (alarming) bedenklich;
    \ominously, the telephone line went dead just after I heard a scream ominöserweise wurde die Verbindung unterbrochen, nachdem ich einen Schrei gehört hatte

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  • 8 ominously

    Общая лексика: предвещающий недоброе, зловеще

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  • 9 ominously

    ['ɑmɪnəslɪ /'ɒm-]
    adj. באופן מבשר רעות; בצורה מאיימת
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    תמייאמ הרוצב ;תוער רשבמ ןפואב

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  • 10 ominously

    adverb ildevarslende
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    adverb ildevarslende

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  • 11 ominously

    dengan membahayakan

    English-Indonesian dictionary

  • 12 ominously

    adverb óheillavænlega

    English-Icelandic dictionary

  • 13 ominously

    baljóslatúan
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    adverb vészjóslóan

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  • 14 ominously

    adv. 惡兆地, 不吉利地

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  • 15 ominously

    adverb de modo ameaçador
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    om.i.nous.ly
    ['ɔminəsli] adv ominosamente.

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  • 16 ominously

    adv. uğursuzca
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    adverb uğursuzca

    English-Turkish dictionary

  • 17 ominously

    adverb zlovešče

    English-Slovenian dictionary

  • 18 ominously

    adverb uhkaavasti

    English-Finnish dictionary

  • 19 ominously

    ADV. อย่างเป็นลาง
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    ลาง

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  • 20 ominously

    ავბედითად

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  • ominously — (adv.) 1590s, from OMINOUS (Cf. ominous) + LY (Cf. ly) (2). In earliest use, of good omen, auspicious; meaning of evil omen first attested 1640s, in Milton …   Etymology dictionary

  • ominously — adverb in an ominous manner; with sinister foreboding From first to last he was ominously polite, and ominously silent …   Wiktionary

  • ominously — adv. Ominously is used with these adjectives: ↑silent Ominously is used with these verbs: ↑echo …   Collocations dictionary

  • ominously — ominous ► ADJECTIVE ▪ giving the worrying impression that something bad is going to happen. DERIVATIVES ominously adverb ominousness noun. ORIGIN Latin ominosus, from omen omen …   English terms dictionary

  • ominously — adverb in an ominous manner (Freq. 3) the sun darkened ominously • Derived from adjective: ↑ominous …   Useful english dictionary

  • Ominously — Ominous Om i*nous, a. [L. ominosus, fr. omen. See {Omen}.] Of or pertaining to an omen or to omens; being or exhibiting an omen; significant; portentous; formerly used both in a favorable and unfavorable sense; now chiefly in the latter;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ominously — adverb see ominous …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • ominously — See ominous. * * * …   Universalium

  • ominously — É‘mɪnÉ™slɪ / É’m adj. in a foreboding manner; in an ominous way …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ominously — om·i·nous·ly …   English syllables

  • ominously — See: ominous …   English dictionary