HyperDic: fuerte

Español > 25 sentidos de la palabra fuerte:
ADJETIVOallfuertecharacterized by or producing sound of great volume or intensity
allfuertehaving strength or power greater than average or expected
allfuertemarked by great psychological weight
allfuerte, fornido, forzudo, musculoso, robusto(of a person) possessing physical strength and weight
allfuerte, alto, forteused chiefly as a direction or description in music
allfuerte, resistente, robustohaving rugged physical strength
allfuerte, ricodense or inadequately leavened and hence likely to cause distress in the alimentary canal
allfuerte, vigorosoendowed with or exhibiting great bodily / bodily or mental health
allfuerte, macizo, sólidoof good quality and condition
allfuerteunusually great in degree or quantity or number
allfuerte, fornido, resistente, robustosubstantially made or constructed
allfuerte, cárnico, carnoso, carnudo, corpulento, fornida, fornido, musculoso, robustomuscular / muscular and heavily built
allfuerte, potentehaving or wielding force or authority
allfuerte, grande, violentomarked by intense physical force
allfuerte, gran, grande, terriblevery intense
allfuerte, achaparrado, compacto, corpulento, fornido, grueso, rechoncho, robustohaving a short and solid form or stature
allfuertefreshly made or left
allfuerte, deslumbrantedisagreeable to the senses
allfuerte, duro(of speech sounds)
allfuerte, pronunciadonot faint or feeble
allfuertebeing distilled rather than fermented
NOMBREartifactfuerte, alcázar, fortalezaa fortified defensive structure
artifactfuerte, guarnición, plaza fortificadaa fortified military post where troops / troops are stationed
attributefuerte, especialidad, especialización, oficio, punto fuertean asset of special worth or utility
ADVERBIOallfuerte, firmementewith firmness
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SentidoCharacterized by or producing sound of great volume or intensity.
Cualidad defuerza, intensidad, volumenThe magnitude of sound (usually in a specified direction)
Específicoatronador, ensordecedor, estrepitoso, estruendosoLoud enough to cause (temporary) hearing loss
estrepitosounpleasantly loud and penetrating
gran, grandeLoud and firm
ruidosoFull of the sound of voices
Tambiénaudible, oíbleheard or perceptible by the ear
escandaloso, ruidosoFull of or characterized by loud and nonmusical sounds
Inglésloud
Catalánalt, fort
Nombresfuerza, intensidad, volumenThe magnitude of sound (usually in a specified direction)
Adverbiosen voz alta, ruidosamenteWith relatively high volume
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SentidoHaving strength or power greater than average or expected.
Cualidad defortalezaThe property of being physically or mentally strong
Específicoduro, severoVery strong or vigorous
fornido, forzudo, fuerte, musculoso, robusto(of a person) possessing physical strength and weight
fortalecido, reforzadoGiven added strength or support
fortificadoHaving something added to increase the strength
poderoso, potenteStrong enough to knock down or overwhelm
reforzadomade greater or stronger
robustoStrong enough to withstand or overcome intellectual challenges or adversity / adversity
vehementeCharacterized by great force or energy
Tambiénduro, endurecido, resistentephysically toughened
escabrososturdy / sturdy and strong in constitution or construction
poderosoHaving great power or force or potency or effect
robustoSturdy and strong in form, constitution, or construction
ContrariodébilWanting in physical strength
Inglésstrong
Catalánfort
Adverbiosenérgicamente, fuertementeWith strength or in a strong manner
poderosamenteIn a powerful manner
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Sentidomarked by great psychological weight; weighted down especially with sadness or troubles or weariness.
Específicodoloroso, inquietante, lamentable, penoso, perturbador, preocupante, tristeCausing distress or worry or anxiety
exigente, gravoso, oneroso, pesadonot easily borne
opresivoweighing heavily on the senses or spirit
pesadomade heavy or weighted down with weariness
Contrarioligeropsychologically light
Inglésheavy
Nombrespesadumbrepersisting sadness
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Sentido(of a person) possessing physical strength and weight; rugged and powerful.
Sinónimosfornido, forzudo, musculoso, robusto
GeneralfuerteHaving strength or power greater than average or expected
Inglésbrawny, hefty, muscular, powerful, sinewy
Catalánforçut, fornit, fort, musculat, musculós, robust
Nombresfuerza muscular, fuerza, músculo, nerviopossessing muscular strength
ponderosidadThe property of being large in mass
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SentidoUsed chiefly as a direction or description in music.
Sinónimosalto, forte
Contrariopiano, suaveUsed chiefly as a direction or description in music
Inglésforte, loud
Nombresfuerza, intensidad, volumenThe magnitude of sound (usually in a specified direction)
AdverbiosforteUsed as a direction in music
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SentidoHaving rugged physical strength; inured to fatigue or hardships.
Sinónimosresistente, robusto
GeneralrobustoSturdy and strong in form, constitution, or construction
Ingléshardy, stalwart, stout, sturdy
Nombresresistencia, robustezThe property of being strong and healthy in constitution
solidezThe property of being strong and resolute
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Sentidodense or inadequately leavened and hence likely to cause distress in the alimentary canal.
Sinónimorico
Generalindigerible, indigestible, indigestodigested with difficulty
Inglésheavy
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Sentidoendowed with or exhibiting great bodily / bodily or mental health.
Sinónimovigoroso
Generalrubicundo, salubre, saludable, sanoHaving or indicating good health in body or mind
Ingléshearty, full-blooded, lusty, red-blooded
Nombresresistencia, robustezThe property of being strong and healthy in constitution
vigoractive strength of body or mind
Adverbiosabundantemente, cariñosamente, vigorosamenteIn a healthy manner
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SentidoOf good quality and condition; solidly built.
Sinónimosmacizo, sólido
Ingléssolid, strong, substantial
Catalánfort, massís, sòlid, substancial
NombressustancialidadThe quality of being substantial or having substance
Adverbiosfuertemente, jugosamente, sólidamente, substancialmente, sustancialmenteIn a strong substantial way
sólidamenteWith strength and soundness
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Sentidounusually great in degree or quantity or number.
Inglésheavy
Nombresagobio, molestia, opresión, pesadezunwelcome burdensome difficulty
AdverbiospesadamenteTo a considerable degree
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Sentidosubstantially made or constructed.
Sinónimosfornido, resistente, robusto
Generalescabrososturdy / sturdy and strong in constitution or construction
Ingléssturdy, tough
Catalánfornit, fort, resistent, robust
NombrestenacidadThe property of something that is strongly built
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Sentidomuscular / muscular and heavily built.
Sinónimoscárnico, carnoso, carnudo, corpulento, fornida, fornido, musculoso, robusto
Región deEscocia, ScotlandOne of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
GeneralrobustoSturdy and strong in form, constitution, or construction
Inglésbeefy, burly, husky, strapping, buirdly
Cataláncorpulent, fornit, fort, robust
NombresdurezaThe property of being big and strong
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SentidoHaving or wielding force or authority.
Sinónimopotente
GeneralpoderosoHaving great power or force or potency or effect
Ingléspotent, strong
Catalánfort, potent
Nombresautoridad, autorización, dominación, dominioThe power or right to give orders or make decisions
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Sentidomarked by intense physical force.
Sinónimosgrande, violento
Inglésbig
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SentidoVery intense.
Sinónimosgran, grande, terrible
GeneralintensoPossessing or displaying a distinctive feature to a heightened degree
Inglésbad, big
Catalánfort, gran, terrible
Nombresagudeza, gravedad, seriedad, severidadUsed of the degree of something undesirable e.g. pain or weather
Adverbiosgrandemente, malamente, malWith great intensity ('bad' is a nonstandard variant for 'badly')
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SentidoHaving a short and solid form or stature.
Sinónimosachaparrado, compacto, corpulento, fornido, grueso, rechoncho, robusto
Generalbajo, cortoLow in stature
Ingléscompact, heavyset, stocky, thick, thickset
Cataláncepat, corpulent, fornit, fort, robust
Nombrescompacidad, compactibilidadThe consistency of a compact solid
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SentidoFreshly made or left.
Generalfrescorecently made, produced, or harvested
Inglésstrong, warm
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SentidoDisagreeable to the senses.
Sinónimodeslumbrante
Generalantipático, desagradable, desapacible, grosero, insultante, ofensivoDisagreeable to the senses, to the mind, or feelings
Inglésharsh
Nombresaspereza, bronquedad, durezaThe quality of being unpleasant (harsh or rough or grating) to the senses
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Sentido(of speech sounds); produced with the back of the tongue raised toward or touching the velum.
Sinónimoduro
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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Sentidonot faint or feeble.
Sinónimopronunciado
GeneralintensoPossessing or displaying a distinctive feature to a heightened degree
Inglésstrong
Catalánfort, pronunciat
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SentidoDistilled rather than fermented; having a high alcoholic content.
GeneralalcohólicoCharacteristic of or containing alcohol
Ingléshard, strong
Catalánfort
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SentidoA fortified defensive structure.
Sinónimosalcázar, fortaleza
CasosBastillaA fortress built in Paris in the 14th century and used as a prison in the 17th and 18th centuries
Machu PicchuInca fortress city in the Andes in Peru discovered in 1911
Tower of LondonA fortress in London on the Thames
Partesalmena, cresteríaA rampart built around the top of a castle with regular gaps / gaps for firing arrows or guns
EspecíficoalcázarAny of various Spanish fortresses or palaces built by the Moors
presidioA fortress established in the southwestern United States by the Spanish in order to protect their missions and other holdings
torre MartelloA circular masonry fort for coastal defence
Generaldefensa, estructura defensivaA structure used to defend against attack
Inglésfortress, fort
Catalánfortalesa, fortificació, fort
Verbosamurallar, fortificarenclose by or as if by a fortification
fortificarsestation (troops / troops) in a fort / fort
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SentidoA fortified military post where troops / troops are stationed.
Sinónimosguarnición, plaza fortificada
Categoríaejército, FAS, fuerzas armadas, las fuerzas armadasThe military forces of a nation
CasosFort George G. MeadeA United States Army base in Maryland
Generalpuesto militarmilitary installation at which a body of troops / troops is stationed
Inglésgarrison, fort
Catalánfort, guarnició, plaça fortificada
Verbosamurallar, fortificarenclose by or as if by a fortification
apostar, guarnecerstation (troops) in a fort / fort or garrison
armarse, armarPrepare oneself for a military confrontation
fortificarsestation (troops / troops) in a fort / fort
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SentidoAn asset of special worth or utility.
Sinónimosespecialidad, especialización, oficio, punto fuerte
Generalactivo, baza, bien, recurso, ventaja, virtudA useful or valuable quality
Contrariopunto débil, punto flacoAn attribute that is inadequate or deficient
Inglésforte, strong suit, long suit, metier, specialty, speciality, strong point, strength
Catalánfort
Adjetivoespecial, limitadoHaving a specific function or scope
especial, particularFirst and most important
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SentidoWith firmness.
Sinónimofirmemente
Ingléshard, firmly

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