Meaning of barbarically in English:

barbarically

Pronunciation /bɑːˈbarɪkli/

Translate barbarically into Spanish

adverb

See barbaric

‘The army barbarically suppressed the demonstrations.’
  • ‘Religious leaders have condemned the violence in which lives are lost, people are barbarically arrested and tortured.’
  • ‘The aim is to bring pressure to bear on a government acting barbarically toward a minority of its citizens.’
  • ‘She insisted her family were treated barbarically by the city council.’
  • ‘Enemy forces behave barbarically when they are vastly over matched by their opposing force.’