HyperDic: duro

Español > 23 sentidos de la palabra duro:
ADJETIVOallduro, resistenteresistant to cutting or chewing
allduro, difícil, duranot easy
allduro, endurecido, resistentephysically toughened
allduroresisting weight or pressure
allduro, severonot given to gentleness or sentimentality
allduro, agotador, arduo, fatigoso, laborioso, penoso, pesadocharacterized by effort to the point of exhaustion
alldurodispassionate
allduro, cruel, despiadado, inclementelacking in feeling or pity or warmth
allduro, austero, severoof a stern or strict bearing or demeanor
allduro, mordazcharacterized by oppressive heat / heat / heat and humidity
allduro, adusto, austero, severoharshly uninviting / uninviting or formidable in manner or appearance
alldurounfortunate / unfortunate or hard to bear
allduro, correoso, fibroso, musculoso, nervudo(of meat) full of sinews
allduro, insensibleemotionally hardened
allduro, delicado, difícil, dificultosohard to deal with
allduro(eggs) cooked until the yolk is solid
allduro, severovery strong or vigorous
allduro, severo, terminanteresistant to physical force or pressure
allduro, escabrosofull of hardship or trials
allduro, fuerte(of speech sounds)
allduro, secodried out
NOMBREperson duro, chulosomeone who bullies weaker people
person duroa conservative who is uncompromising
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Sentidoresistant to cutting or chewing.
Sinónimoresistente
EspecíficocartilaginosoDifficult to chew
coriáceoresembling or made to resemble leather
correoso, duro, fibroso, musculoso, nervudo(of meat) full of sinews
correosorequiring much chewing
fibrosoHaving or resembling fibers especially fibers used in making cordage such as those of jute
Tambiénincomestiblenot suitable for food
ContrariotiernoEasy to cut or chew
Ingléstough
Nombresdureza, enormidadimpressive difficulty
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Sentidonot easy; requiring great physical or mental effort to accomplish / accomplish or comprehend or endure.
Sinónimosdifícil, dura
Cualidad dedificultadThe quality of being difficult
Específicoambicioso, exigenterequiring full use of your abilities or resources
arduoDifficult to accomplish / accomplish
conflictivo, controvertidoCausing difficulty in finding an answer or solution
cosquilloso, delicadoDifficult to handle
delicado, difícil, dificultoso, duroHard to deal with
desconcertante, espinoso, problemáticomaking great mental demands
duro, escabrosoFull of hardship or trials
hercúleoExtremely difficult
molesto, serioHard to endure
problemáticoDifficult to deal with
temibleimpressively difficult
Tambiéncomplejo, complexo, complicadocomplicated in structure
durodispassionate
exigenterequiring more than usually expected or thought due
Contrariofácilposing no difficulty
Inglésdifficult, hard
Catalándifícil, dur, dura
NombresdificultadThe quality of being difficult
durezaThe quality of being difficult to do
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Sentidophysically toughened.
Sinónimosendurecido, resistente
EspecíficocallosoHaving calluses
endurecidomade tough by habitual exposure
Tambiénescabrososturdy / sturdy and strong in constitution or construction
experimentadoHaving experience
fuerteHaving strength or power greater than average or expected
Contrarioblando, suave al tacto, suavizadophysically untoughened
Ingléstough, toughened
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SentidoResisting weight or pressure.
Cualidad dedurezaThe property of being rigid and resistant to pressure
Específicoaceradoresembling steel in hardness
adamantinoHaving the hardness of a diamond
consistente, firme, macizo, sólidonot soft or yielding to pressure
córneomade of horn (or of a substance resembling horn)
duro, severo, terminanteresistant to physical force or pressure
endurecidoconverted to solid form (as concrete)
erecto, túmidoOf sexual organs
granítico, pedregoso, rocosoHard as granite
leñoso, lignificadomade hard like wood as the result of the deposition of lignin in the cell walls
pétreo(of bone especially the temporal bone) resembling stone / stone in hardness
TambiénsólidoOf definite shape and volume
ContrarioblandoYielding readily to pressure or weight
Ingléshard
Catalándur
NombresdurezaThe property of being rigid and resistant to pressure
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Sentidonot given to gentleness or sentimentality.
Sinónimosevero
Específicopugnaz, tenaztough and callous by virtue of experience
Tambiéndurodispassionate
insensibleDeficient in human sensibility
Contrariocariñoso, tiernogiven to sympathy / sympathy / sympathy or gentleness or sentimentality
Ingléstough
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SentidoCharacterized by effort to the point of exhaustion; especially physical effort.
Sinónimosagotador, arduo, fatigoso, laborioso, penoso, pesado
Inglésarduous, backbreaking, grueling, gruelling, hard, heavy, laborious, operose, punishing, toilsome
Catalánardu, dur, esgotador, fatigant, fatigós, feixuc, laboriós, penós, pesat
Nombresagobio, molestia, opresión, pesadezunwelcome burdensome difficulty
arduidadextreme / extreme effortfulness
durezaThe quality of being difficult to do
faena, labor, trabajoProductive work (especially physical work done for wages)
laboriosidadThe quality of requiring extended effort
Adverbiosagotadoramente, arduamente, duramente, fatigosamente, laboriosamente, penosamente, pesadamente, rigurosamenteIn a laborious manner
agotadoramente, arduamente, duramente, fatigosamente, laboriosamente, penosamente, pesadamente, rigurosamenteWith effort or force or vigor
arduamenteIn an arduous manner
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Sentidodispassionate.
Específicocalculador, interesadoUsed of persons
calloso, endurecidoUsed of persons
TambiéndespiadadoHaving or showing no mercy
difícil, dura, duronot easy
duro, severonot given to gentleness or sentimentality
insensibleDeficient in human sensibility
Contrarioblando, suaveCompassionate and kind
Ingléshard
Nombresdureza, insensibilidadDevoid of passion or feeling
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Sentidolacking in feeling or pity or warmth.
Sinónimoscruel, despiadado, inclemente
Específicoempedernido, obstinado, tercoshowing unfeeling resistance to tender / tender feelings
Contrarioblandengue, compasivo, pasado por agua, sensibleeasily moved to pity or sorrow
Ingléshardhearted, heartless
Catalándespiadat, dur, inclement
NombresinhumanidadAn absence of concern for the welfare of others
Adverbioscruelmente, desalmadamenteIn a heartless manner
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SentidoOf a stern or strict bearing or demeanor; forbidding in aspect.
Sinónimosaustero, severo
Inglésaustere, stern
Nombresausteridadextreme / extreme plainness
AdverbiosseveramenteWith sternness
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SentidoCharacterized by oppressive heat / heat / heat and humidity.
Sinónimomordaz
Generalcálido, caliente, caluroso, muy caliente, tibioUsed of physical heat / heat
Ingléssultry, stifling, sulfurous, sulphurous
Nombresbochornooppressively hot and humid weather
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Sentidoharshly uninviting / uninviting or formidable in manner or appearance.
Sinónimosadusto, austero, severo
Generalantipático, desagradable, desapacible, grosero, insultante, ofensivoDisagreeable to the senses, to the mind, or feelings
Inglésdour, forbidding, grim
Catalánadust, auster, dur, sever
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Sentidounfortunate / unfortunate or hard to bear.
Generalmal, maloHaving undesirable or negative qualities
Ingléshard, tough
Nombresadustez, austeridad, dureza, inclemencia, rigidez, rigor, rigurosidad, severidadexcessive sternness
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Sentido(of meat) full of sinews; especially impossible to chew.
Sinónimoscorreoso, fibroso, musculoso, nervudo
Generalduro, resistenteresistant to cutting or chewing
Inglésfibrous, sinewy, stringy, unchewable
Cataláncoriaci, dur, fibrós
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Sentidoemotionally hardened.
Sinónimoinsensible
GeneralinsensibleDeficient in human sensibility
Ingléscallous, indurate, pachydermatous
Nombresdureza, insensibilidadDevoid of passion or feeling
Adverbioscruelmente, desconsideradamente, insensiblementeIn a callous way
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SentidoHard to deal with; especially causing pain or embarrassment.
Sinónimosdelicado, difícil, dificultoso
Generaldifícil, dura, duronot easy
Inglésawkward, embarrassing, sticky, unenviable
Catalándelicat, difícil, dificultós, dur
Nombresincomodidad, inconveniencia, molestia, torpezaThe quality of an embarrassing situation
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Sentido(eggs) cooked until the yolk is solid.
Generalcocido, cocinadoHaving been prepared for eating by the application of heat
Ingléshard-boiled
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SentidoVery strong or vigorous.
Sinónimosevero
GeneralfuerteHaving strength or power greater than average or expected
Ingléshard, knockout, severe
Nombresagudeza, gravedad, seriedad, severidadUsed of the degree of something undesirable e.g. pain or weather
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Sentidoresistant to physical force or pressure.
Sinónimossevero, terminante
GeneralduroResisting weight or pressure
Inglésunyielding
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SentidoFull of hardship or trials.
Sinónimoescabroso
Generaldifícil, dura, duronot easy
Inglésrocky, rough
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Sentido(of speech sounds); produced with the back of the tongue raised toward or touching the velum.
Sinónimofuerte
Específicovelarproduced with the back of the tongue touching or near the soft palate (as 'k' in 'cat' and 'g' in 'gun' and 'ng / ng' in 'sing')
Contrarioblando, suave(of speech sounds)
Ingléshard
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Sentidodried out.
Sinónimoseco
Generalpasado, rancio, revenido, viciadoLacking freshness, palatability, or showing deterioration from age
Ingléshard
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Sentidosomeone who bullies weaker people.
Sinónimochulo
Generalbullanguero, camorrista, gallito, gamberra, gamberro, gorila, hampón, hooligan, matachín, matasiete, matón, patotero, pendenciero, perdonavidas, rufian, rufián, vándala, vándaloA cruel and brutal fellow
Ingléstough guy, plug-ugly
Catalánfacinerós, pinxo, trinxaire
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SentidoA conservative who is uncompromising.
Generalconservador, conservativistA person who is reluctant to accept changes and new ideas
Ingléshardliner

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