HyperDic: formal

Español > 11 sentidos de la palabra formal:
ADJETIVOallformalbeing in accord / accord with established forms and conventions and requirements (as e.g. of formal dress)
allformal(of spoken and written language) adhering to traditional standards of correctness and without casual, contracted, and colloquial forms
allformal, grave, solemnedignified and somber in manner or character and committed to keeping promises
allformal, elegante, solemnerefined or imposing in manner or appearance
allformal, esquemáticorepresented in simplified or symbolic form
allformal, oficialcharacteristic of or befitting a person in authority
allformal, serionot distracted by anything unrelated to the goal
allformal, estable, estático, fijo, sedentario, serio, sobriocharacterized by dignity and propriety
allformal, seriorigidly formal
allformallogically deductive
allformalsuitable for formal occasions
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SentidoIn accord / accord with established forms and conventions and requirements (as e.g. of formal dress).
Cualidad deetiqueta, formalidadA manner that strictly observes all forms and ceremonies
Específicoceremonial, solemnemarked by pomp or ceremony or formality
ceremoniero, ceremonioso, convencionalrigidly formal or bound by convention
definitivo, prescritoformally laid down or imposed
formal, seriorigidly formal
formalSuitable for formal occasions
nominal, titularExisting in name only
perfunctorioAs a formality only
semiformalModerately formal
TambiénconvencionalFollowing accepted customs and proprieties
formal(of spoken and written language) adhering to traditional standards of correctness and without casual, contracted, and colloquial forms
Contrarioinformalnot formal
Inglésformal
Catalánformal
Nombresetiqueta, formalidadA manner that strictly observes all forms and ceremonies
formalidadcompliance with formal rules
AdverbiosformalmenteIn a formal / formal manner
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Sentido(of spoken and written language) adhering to traditional standards of correctness and without casual, contracted, and colloquial forms.
Cualidad deetiqueta, formalidadA manner that strictly observes all forms and ceremonies
EspecíficoliterarioAppropriate to literature rather than everyday speech or writing
TambiénformalIn accord / accord with established forms and conventions and requirements (as e.g. of formal dress)
retóricoGiven to rhetoric, emphasizing style at the expense of thought
ContrarioinformalUsed of spoken and written language
Inglésformal
Catalánformal
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Sentidodignified and somber in manner or character and committed to keeping promises.
Sinónimosgrave, solemne
Generalserioconcerned with work or important matters rather than play or trivialities
Inglésgrave, sedate, sober, solemn
Catalánformal, greu, solemne
Nombrescalma, ponderación, solemnidadA trait of dignified seriousness
gravedad, sobriedadA manner that is serious and solemn
seriedad, solemnidadA solemn and dignified feeling
Adverbiosestablemente, estáticamente, fijamente, gravemente, serenamente, seriamente, sobriamente, solemnementeIn a grave and sober manner
solemnementeIn a grave and sedate manner
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Sentidorefined or imposing in manner or appearance; befitting a royal court.
Sinónimoselegante, solemne
Generaldecoroso, digno, solemneHaving or expressing dignity
Ingléscourtly, formal, stately
Catalánformal
NombresceremoniaAn elaborate manner of doing something
corteThe residence of a sovereign or nobleman
corteThe family and retinue of a sovereign or prince
cortesía, majestuosidadelegance suggestive of a royal court
etiqueta, formalidadA manner that strictly observes all forms and ceremonies
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Sentidorepresented in simplified or symbolic form.
Sinónimoesquemático
Categoríabellas artesThe study and creation of visual works of art
Inglésconventional, formal, schematic
Catalánesquemàtic, formal
Nombresdibujo esquemático, esquema, esquematismoDiagram of an electrical or mechanical system
esquemaAn internal representation of the world
esquemaA schematic or preliminary plan
AdverbiosesquemáticamenteIn a schematic manner
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Sentidocharacteristic of or befitting a person in authority.
Sinónimooficial
GeneraloficialHaving official authority or sanction
Inglésformal
Catalánformal, oficial
Nombresformalidades, formalidadA requirement of etiquette or custom
Adverbiosformalmente, oficialmenteWith official authorization
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Sentidonot distracted by anything unrelated to the goal.
Sinónimoserio
Generaldecidido, resueltoServing as or indicating the existence of a purpose or goal
Inglésbusinesslike, earnest
Nombresformalidad, seriedadThe trait of being serious
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SentidoCharacterized by dignity and propriety.
Sinónimosestable, estático, fijo, sedentario, serio, sobrio
GeneraldecorosoCharacterized by propriety and dignity and good taste in manners and conduct
Ingléssedate, staid
Nombrescalma, ponderación, solemnidadA trait of dignified seriousness
Adverbiosestablemente, estáticamente, fijamente, gravemente, serenamente, seriamente, sobriamente, solemnementeIn a grave and sober manner
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Sentidorigidly formal.
Sinónimoserio
GeneralformalIn accord / accord with established forms and conventions and requirements (as e.g. of formal dress)
Inglésstarchy, stiff, buckram
Catalánformal
Nombreschambonada, desgarbo, desmaña, torpezaThe inelegance of someone stiff and unrelaxed (as by embarrassment / embarrassment)
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Sentidologically deductive.
Generalconsecuente, lógica, logical, lógicocapable of or reflecting the capability for correct and valid reasoning
Inglésformal
Catalánformal
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SentidoSuitable for formal occasions.
GeneralformalIn accord / accord with established forms and conventions and requirements (as e.g. of formal dress)
Inglésfull-dress, dress

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