vile

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vile

disgusting; loathsome; depraved: He’s a vile man with a cruel streak.
Not to be confused with:
vial – a small container used for liquids: The biology student held up a vial of swamp water.
viol – a stringed musical instrument: He was the finest viol player in the orchestra.

vile

 (vīl)
adj. vil·er, vil·est
1. Morally depraved; ignoble or wicked: a vile traitor; vile accusations.
2.
a. Disgusting; repulsive: vile effluent running down the city streets.
b. Unpleasant or objectionable: vile weather. See Synonyms at offensive.
3. Miserably poor and degrading; wretched: a vile existence.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin vīlis, cheap, worthless; see wes- in Indo-European roots.]

vile′ly adv.
vile′ness n.

vile

(vaɪl)
adj
1. abominably wicked; shameful or evil: the vile development of slavery appalled them.
2. morally despicable; ignoble: vile accusations.
3. disgusting to the senses or emotions; foul: a vile smell; vile epithets.
4. tending to humiliate or degrade: only slaves would perform such vile tasks.
5. unpleasant or bad: vile weather.
6. paltry: a vile reward.
[C13: from Old French vil, from Latin vīlis cheap]
ˈvilely adv
ˈvileness n

vile

(vaɪl)

adj. vil•er, vil•est.
1. wretchedly bad: vile weather.
2. highly offensive, unpleasant, or objectionable: a vile odor.
3. morally debased, depraved, or despicable.
4. menial; lowly: vile tasks.
5. of little value or account; paltry.
[1250–1300; Middle English vil < Old French < Latin vīlis of little worth, base, cheap]
vile′ly, adv.
vile′ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.vile - morally reprehensible; "would do something as despicable as murder"; "ugly crimes"; "the vile development of slavery appalled them"; "a slimy little liar"
evil - morally bad or wrong; "evil purposes"; "an evil influence"; "evil deeds"
2.vile - causing or able to cause nauseavile - causing or able to cause nausea; "a nauseating smell"; "nauseous offal"; "a sickening stench"
unwholesome - detrimental to physical or moral well-being; "unwholesome food"; "unwholesome habits like smoking"

vile

vile

adjective
2. Heavily soiled; very dirty or unclean:
3. Extremely unpleasant to the senses or feelings:
4. Having or proceeding from low moral standards:
Translations
خَسيس، فَظيع، رَديءوَضِيع
hnusnýodporný
afskyelig
paha
grozan
viîbjóîslegur, andstyggilegur
堕落した
비열한
niekšiškainiekšiškas
nekrietnspretīgszemisks
avskyvärd
ชั่วร้าย เลวร้าย
ghê tởm

vile

[vaɪl] ADJ
1. (= base, evil) [person, behaviour, attack, regime] → vil, infame; [language] → abominable
he was vile to herse portó de un modo infame con ella
2. (= disgusting) [conditions] → miserable, infame; [weather] → pésimo, infame; [smell, taste] → repugnante
it smelled/tasted viletenía un olor/sabor repugnante
to be in a vile moodestar de pésimo humor, estar de un humor de mil demonios
he has a vile tempertiene un genio muy violento, tiene un genio de mil demonios

vile

[ˈvaɪl] adj
(= base) [action, crime] → infâme; [attack, trade] → vil(e) before n
(= very bad) [smell, taste] → abominable; [temper] → massacrant(e); [weather] → abominable
Ricky has a vile temper sometimes → Ricky est parfois d'humeur massacrante.

vile

adjabscheulich; mood, smell, habit also, regime, conditionsübel; thoughtsniedrig, gemein; languageunflätig; weather, foodscheußlich, widerlich; that was a vile thing to sayes war eine Gemeinheit, so etwas zu sagen; he was vile to his wifeer benahm sich scheußlich gegenüber seiner Frau; to be in a vile temper or moodganz übel gelaunt sein

vile

[vaɪl] adj (horrible) → orrendo/a; (very bad, temper) → pessimo/a; (smell) → disgustoso/a
what a vile trick! → che scherzo meschino!
a vile habit → un vizio detestabile

vile

(vail) adjective
horrible; wicked; disgusting. That was a vile thing to say!; The food tasted vile.
ˈvilely adverb
ˈvileness noun

vile

وَضِيع hnusný afskyelig abscheulich πρόστυχος vil paha infect grozan disgustoso 堕落した 비열한 walgelijk sjofel nikczemny desprezível подлый avskyvärd ชั่วร้าย เลวร้าย kokuşmuş ghê tởm 极坏的
References in classic literature ?
He had told his hearers that he was altogether vile, a viler companion of the vilest, the worst of sinners, an abomination, a thing of unimaginable iniquity, and that the only wonder was that they did not see his wretched body shrivelled up before their eyes by the burning wrath of the Almighty
Measureless desires which she had never felt before, united themselves with capacities for wickedness, which had been the horrid growth of a few nights--capacities which suggested even viler attempts to rid herself of a supposed rivalry than slandering Emily by means of an anonymous letter.
They have become utterly vile, and nothing on earth is viler, more loathsome, and more insulting than their abuse.
I began to see the viler aspect of Moreau's cruelty.
The smoke had a vile taste, and the taste of a thousand infidel tongues that remained on that brass mouthpiece was viler still.
But I happen to know the story to which you allude; and I also know that a viler falsehood than that story never was told.
There is no viler creature come before Troy with the sons of Atreus.
The animal part of me lived and moved as usual; the viler animal instincts in me plotted and planned, and that was all.
Do you understand that the Luzhin smartness is just the same thing as Sonia's and may be worse, viler, baser, because in your case, Dounia, it's a bargain for luxuries, after all, but with Sonia it's simply a question of starvation.
But brutes as they certainly were, they yet had enough of human nature in them to be shocked at their own hideousness; and still intending to groan, they uttered a viler grunt and squeal than before.
SUBS: HENDERSON (WIJNALDUM 17) 6; STURRIDGE (SALAH 74) 6; GRUJIC (FIRMINO 85) 6MARIBOR HANDANOVIC 8, BILLONG 7, RAJCEVIC 5, SULER 7, VILER 6, KABHA 6, PIHLER 6, MILEC 5, BOHAR 5 (BAJDE 68, 5), MESANOVIC 6 (TAVARES 58, 6), HOTIC 6