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From the English verb menace:
menacing is:
   Gerund

menacing  Noun
  1. Translate "menacing" to Spanish: intimidación, conducta intimidatoria
    English Synonyms of "menacing": coaction, intimidation, terrorization, badger game, bullying, coercion, hectoring, terrorisation
    Define meaning of "menacing": Act of working jointly.

menacing  Adjective
  1. Translate "menacing" to Spanish: amenazador, amedrentador, amenazante, ominoso, conminador, conminativo, conminatorio, intimidador
    English Synonyms of "menacing": alarming, forbidding, threatening, unfriendly, comminative, minacious, minatorial
    Define meaning of "menacing": Threatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic developments.
  2. A baleful look.
    Forbidding thunderclouds.
    His tone became menacing.
    Ominous rumblings of discontent.
    Sinister storm clouds.
    A sinister smile.
    His threatening behavior.

Conceptually-related expressions of "menacing"
menace  Verb
Plural: menaces
  1. Translate "menace" to Spanish: amenazar
    English Synonyms of "menace": threaten, make an offer one can't refuse to
    Define meaning of "menace": Act in a threatening manner. ; Express a threat either by an utterance or a gesture. ; Pose a threat to; present a danger to.
  2. A menacing person.
    He menaced the bank manager with a stick.
    The pollution is endangering the crops.

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  3. Translate "menace" to Spanish: amenazar
    English Synonyms of "menace": be a threat to, imperil, pose a danger to, threaten

menace  Noun
  1. Translate "menace" to Spanish: amenaza
    English Synonyms of "menace": threat
    Define meaning of "menace": A threat or the act of threatening. ; Something that is a source of danger.
  2. He spoke with desperate menace.
    Earthquakes are a constant threat in Japan.

Verb Conjugation for "menace"
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