this is unfortunately not true 👻
“Tenebroso” sounds too much like “tenebrae” for me to believe it doesn’t have at least something to do with darkness
Wow what a useless face about a dumb ass movie!!! Soooooooooooo coooooooool
How many people actually speak Spanish on this app? The translation is correct, its means gloomy, spooky, sinister. Depends on how you use it in a sentence
@eksat, I do. And I mostly disagree. The most accurate translation is “dark”. For example: “The Dark Knight” (Batman) was accurately titled “El Caballero Tenebroso” in most Latin American countries. “Gloomy” and “spooky” are remarkably incorrect.
@eksat, i think the word's multiple uses mostly comes from the association of darkness with fear. The word it's self is most accurately translated to dark in this context.
Pretty sure that translates more closely to Mr Dark.
To me , just because im me, that translation is screwy knowing 3 languages, I read Tiene Brasos , so I read , Mr Has Arms
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