Synonyms of monster in English:

monster


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See UK English definition of monster

See Spanish definition of monstruo

noun

1‘legendary sea monsters’

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fabulous creature, mythical creature

2‘I was a monster when I drank and nobody could stand to be around me’

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brute, fiend, beast, ogre, devil, demon, barbarian, savage, villain, sadist, animal, bogeyman
informal bastard, swine, pig
Scottish informal radge
vulgar slang shit

3‘Christian's only a year old, but he's already a little monster’

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rascal, imp, wretch, mischief-maker, rogue, devil
informal horror, scamp, scallywag, tyke, monkey
archaic rip, scapegrace, rapscallion
British informal perisher
British informal, dated pickle
North American informal varmint, hellion

4‘he was huge, a monster of a man’

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giant, mammoth, colossus, leviathan, behemoth, titan, Brobdingnagian, monstrosity
informal jumbo

adjective

1‘the film is sure to be a monster hit’

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huge, enormous, massive, gigantic, big, large, great, giant, colossal, mammoth, vast, immense, tremendous, mighty, stupendous, monumental, epic, prodigious, mountainous, monstrous, titanic, towering, elephantine, king-sized, king-size, gargantuan, Herculean, Brobdingnagian
informal mega, whopping, whopping great, thumping, thumping great, humongous, jumbo, hulking, bumper, astronomical, astronomic
British informal whacking, whacking great, ginormous