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brutal — bru|tal [ brutl ] adjective * 1. ) extremely violent: her tragic and brutal death brutal attacks/atrocities a brutal war a ) a brutal person is extremely violent or cruel: The security guards are notoriously brutal. 2. ) extreme and unpleasant:… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
brutal */ — UK [ˈbruːt(ə)l] / US [ˈbrut(ə)l] adjective 1) a) extremely violent her tragic and brutal death brutal attacks/atrocities a brutal war b) a brutal person is extremely violent or cruel The security guards are notoriously brutal. 2) a) extreme and… … English dictionary
Brütal Legend — Entwickler Vereinigte Staaten … Deutsch Wikipedia
Brütal Legend — Infobox VG title = Brutal Legend developer = Double Fine Productions publisher = Sierra Entertainment designer = Tim Schafer engine = released = March 31, 2009 (US), December 31, 2008 (UK) genre = Action, Adventure modes = Single player,… … Wikipedia
Brutal (2008) — Infobox Film name = Brutal director = Nuna Minch writer = Nuna Minch starring = Andrea Minch Anya Minch Mark Minch Paddy Fineran Mclain Kittleson Jacqulyn Rousseau Michael Viers Nuna Minch Roni Allwaise music = Mark Minch NUNA Killing Dick Phefer … Wikipedia
brutal — [[t]bru͟ːt(ə)l[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED A brutal act or person is cruel and violent. He was the victim of a very brutal murder. ...the brutal suppression of anti government protests... Jensen is a dangerous man, and can be very brutal and reckless. Syn … English dictionary
The Good Person of Szechwan — (German: Der gute Mensch von Sezuan, first translated less literally as The Good Woman of Szechwan) is a play written by the German theatre practitioner Bertolt Brecht, in collaboration with Margarete Steffin and Ruth Berlau. The play was… … Wikipedia
brute — /brut / (say brooht) noun 1. a non human animal; beast. 2. a brutal person. 3. Colloquial a selfish or unsympathetic person. 4. the animal qualities, desires, etc., of humans. –adjective 5. wanting reason; animal; not human. 6. not characterised… … Australian English dictionary
savage — [sav′ij] adj. [ME sauvage < OFr salvage < VL salvaticus, wild < L silvaticus, belonging to a wood, wild < silva, a wood: see SYLVAN] 1. wild, uncultivated, rugged, etc. [a savage jungle] 2. fierce; ferocious; untamed [a savage tiger]… … English World dictionary
Cinderella Man — For the song by Rush, see Cinderella Man (song). Cinderella Man Theatrical release poster Directed by Ron Howard … Wikipedia
savage — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French salvage, savage, from Late Latin salvaticus, alteration of Latin silvaticus of the woods, wild, from silva wood, forest Date: 13th century 1. a. not domesticated or under human control ;… … New Collegiate Dictionary