Lithuanian English Dictionary

lietuvių kalba - English

šlykštus in English:

1. scary


It was a scary movie. I think I'll have nightmares about it tonight.
If you want to hear a scary story, I'll tell you about a dream I had a few weeks ago.
Scary movies will frighten the children.
a scary place/woman
Possibly because he's got a beard, he looks scary at first glance but he's really a kind man.
I always use the steps, but...it's scary how they wobble...so I'd like you to hold them steady.
For man, there is no beast more scary than man.
Didn't your mother teach you anything? When you meet with scary people always protect your wallet and your arsehole!
A scary horror movie is only a movie. Once you turn off the screen it's all over, but life...you're stuck in it.
I fell asleep? "Totally." "Really?" "You were very restless, did you have a scary dream?"
It's scary how little consideration she gives to being a woman.
It's also scary when the lightning strikes across the sky, but what's really scary is the sound. Once, my house was struck by lightning and since then I've become even more scared.
When everybody's crossing on a red, it's not so scary.
I was really scared during the film. The ending was especially scary.
'Number-withheld' calls are scary, it's best not to answer them.