brutally


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Related to brutally: prudently, hastily

bru·tal

 (bro͞ot′l)
adj.
1. Extremely ruthless or cruel.
2. Crude or unfeeling in manner or speech.
3. Harsh; unrelenting: a brutal winter in the Arctic.
4. Disagreeably precise or penetrating: spoke with brutal honesty.

bru′tal·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.brutally - in a vicious mannerbrutally - in a vicious manner; "he was viciously attacked"

brutally

Translations
okrutno

brutally

[ˈbruːtəlɪ] ADV
1. (= savagely) [attack, murder, suppress] → de manera brutal, brutalmente
2. (= starkly) [say, reply, expose] → crudamente, descarnadamente
let me be brutally honest/frank with youvoy a serte tremendamente sincero/franco
the talks had been brutally franklas conversaciones habían sido francas y crudas
a brutally competitive worldun mundo despiadadamente competitivo
the choice is brutally clearla elección es de una claridad cruel or despiadada

brutally

[ˈbruːtəli] adv
(= savagely) [attack, torture] → brutalement
to be brutally murdered → être sauvagement assassiné(e)
(= unsparingly) [frank, honest] → brutalement, de façon brutale
(= terribly) → terriblement

brutally

advbrutal; I’ll be brutally frankich werde schonungslos offen sein

brutally

[ˈbruːtəlɪ] advbrutalmente
References in classic literature ?
The Firm to which I was brutally consigned, as if I was a bale of merchandise, has worn out my patience by a series of petty insults; and I have felt compelled, from motives of self-respect, to withdraw my services, which were undervalued from the first.
There were the two horses straining and struggling with all their might to drag the cart out, but they could not move it; the sweat streamed from their legs and flanks, their sides heaved, and every muscle was strained, while the man, fiercely pulling at the head of the fore horse, swore and lashed most brutally.
It was said she had been brutally jilted by her cousin, Rutland Whitney, and that she married this unknown man from the West out of bravado.
I threw all precaution to the winds, threw myself with fiercer zeal into the fight for socialism, laughed at the editors and publishers who warned me and who were the sources of my hundred porterhouses a day, and was brutally careless of whose feelings I hurt and of how savagely I hurt them.
He laughed brutally, and I was driven to the Bishop's defence.
And they were already smiling rather too broadly upon Sorelli, who had begun to recite her speech, when an exclamation from that little madcap of a Jammes broke the smile of the managers so brutally that the expression of distress and dismay that lay beneath it became apparent to all eyes:
The robbers, however, only laughed, and declared that was none of their business, and, without more words, attacked us brutally.
And she would catch hold of it, and shake it quite brutally.
As he frequently came to course or shoot over his brother-in-law's grounds, he would bring his favourite dogs with him; and he treated them so brutally that, poor as I was, I would have given a sovereign any day to see one of them bite him, provided the animal could have done it with impunity.
They died as my father had died, as Broken-Tooth had died, as my sister and the Hairless One had just died--abruptly and brutally, in the full possession of their faculties, in the full swing and rush of life.
My father tried to follow her example--in his wife's interests, of course; but the soap-boiler brutally buttoned up his pockets, and told my father to go into business for himself.
You have eyes, you have seen," I answered, almost brutally, what of the pain and fear at my own heart.