Translation of disfigure in Spanish:


desfigurar, v.

Pronunciation /dɪsˈfɪɡjər/ /dɪsˈfɪɡə/

transitive verb

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    (face/person) desfigurar
    (landscape/building) afear
    (landscape/building) estropear
    • We'll see if any horribly disfiguring scars turn up later.
    • Those children who did survive suffered from disfiguring deformities.
    • The roadside can be beautiful with the fresh green of the grass, until it is disfigured by some vandals as they pass.
    • Rolando brushed the back of his hand across his upper lip where the scar disfigured his face.
    • And most residents are implacably opposed to the plan to disfigure our countryside with an immense powerline merely to satiate the electricity needs of the south of England.
    • Later I was charged for ‘wounding with intent to maim and disfigure a person’ and bail was set at one thousand dollars.
    • Severe inflammatory acne can cause disfiguring cysts and deep scars.
    • Even if he lived his injuries would leave deep scars, disfiguring him.
    • Our countryside remains disfigured by barbed wire, locked gates and threatening signs.
    • The director said that the casual attitude of visitors had already cost the garden a lot of damage. " Many indulge in disfiguring trees and even steal precious plants.
    • This scar is not the only one that increasingly disfigures the landscape.
    • They are a blight on many city centres and disfigure urban life to an intolerable degree.
    • These humps can cause damage to the suspension and underside of cars driving legally at 30 mph or under, as well as disfiguring an attractive road.
    • It has affected the whole area, disfiguring the whole neighbourhood.
    • She was told she would need radical and disfiguring surgery and was warned she might not be able to eat and talk properly again.
    • I cannot see how disfiguring the building to make yet another hotel or gym would be of any major benefit to the town.
    • Graffiti disfiguring our public and private buildings is a scourge of modern society.
    • I am not surprised the misguided people behind the ‘traffic calming scheme’ that now disfigures our village have so far failed to defend their work.
    • Karen suffered facial and hand injuries, a broken leg and a ruptured bladder, and is likely to be permanently disfigured.
    • Their fighter's brutally disfigured foot cancels any hopes of victory.