HyperDic: serio

Español > 11 sentidos de la palabra serio:
ADJETIVOallserioconcerned with work or important matters rather than play or trivialities
allserio, sombríocompletely lacking in playfulness / playfulness
allserio, sincerocharacterized by a firm and humorless belief in the validity of your opinions
allserio, grave, peligroso, severo, terrible, tremendocausing fear or anxiety by threatening great harm
allserio, formalnot distracted by anything unrelated to the goal
allserio, estable, estático, fijo, formal, sedentario, sobriocharacterized by dignity and propriety
allserio, buenoappealing to the mind
allserio, formalrigidly formal
allserioof great consequence
allserio, molestohard to endure
NOMBREpossessionserio, paga y señal, señalsomething of value given by one person to another to bind a contract
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Sentidoconcerned with work or important matters rather than play or trivialities.
Cualidad deformalidad, seriedadThe trait of being serious
Específicoconsiderado, sensatoActing with or showing thought and good sense
formal, grave, solemnedignified and somber in manner or character and committed to keeping promises
moderadortending to make sober or more serious
realnot to be taken lightly
serio, sinceroCharacterized by a firm and humorless belief in the validity of your opinions
Contrariofrívolonot serious in content or attitude or behavior
Inglésserious
Catalánseriós
Nombresformalidad, seriedadThe trait of being serious
Adverbiosen serio, seriamente, sinceramenteIn a serious manner
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SentidoCompletely lacking in playfulness / playfulness.
Sinónimosombrío
Cualidad decarácter juguetónA disposition to find (or make) causes for amusement
ContrariojuguetónFull of fun and high spirits
Inglésunplayful, serious, sober
Nombresformalidad, seriedadThe trait of being serious
gravedad, sobriedadA manner that is serious and solemn
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SentidoCharacterized by a firm and humorless belief in the validity of your opinions.
Sinónimosincero
Generalserioconcerned with work or important matters rather than play or trivialities
Inglésearnest, sincere, solemn
Catalánsincer, solemne
Nombrescalma, ponderación, solemnidadA trait of dignified seriousness
formalidad, seriedadThe trait of being serious
seriedad, solemnidadA solemn and dignified feeling
sinceridadAn earnest / earnest and sincere feeling
Adverbiosen serio, seriamente, sinceramenteIn a serious manner
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SentidoCausing fear or anxiety by threatening great harm.
Sinónimosgrave, peligroso, severo, terrible, tremendo
Generalalarmante, crítico, graveIn or verging on a state of crisis or emergency
Inglésdangerous, grave, grievous, serious, severe, life-threatening
Catalángreu, perillós, seriós, sever
Nombresagudeza, gravedad, seriedad, severidadUsed of the degree of something undesirable e.g. pain or weather
gravedad, seriedadThe quality of arousing fear or distress
peligrosidadThe quality of not being safe
Adverbiosgravemente, severamenteTo a severe or serious degree
gravemente, peligrosamente, seriamente, severamenteIn a grievous manner
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Sentidonot distracted by anything unrelated to the goal.
Sinónimoformal
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, formal, sedentario, 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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Sentidoappealing to the mind.
Sinónimobueno
Generalintelectualappealing to or using the intellect
Inglésgood, serious
Nombresbien, buenoThat which is pleasing or valuable or useful / useful
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Sentidorigidly formal.
Sinónimoformal
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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SentidoOf great consequence.
GeneralimportanteOf great significance / significance or value
Inglésserious
Catalánseriós
Nombresformalidad, seriedadThe trait of being serious
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SentidoHard to endure.
Sinónimomolesto
Generaldifícil, dura, duronot easy
Ingléstrying
Español > serio: 11 sentidos > nombre 1, possession
SentidoSomething of value given by one person to another to bind a contract.
Sinónimospaga y señal, señal
Específicoarles, fianza, paga y señalmoney given by a buyer to a seller to bind a contract
Generalfianza, garantíaProperty that your creditor can claim in case you default on your obligation
Inglésearnest
Catalánpaga i senyal

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