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1 Resultado de traducción para to be heavy en español

adjective

heavy adjective

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pesado; denso, espeso, grueso; oneroso, gravoso; profundo; lento, tardo; corpulento; severo, duro, fuerte

Ejemplos de uso de
heavy adjective

  • “Is that box too heavy for you to lift?” “No, it's not very heavy.”
  • The truck was carrying a heavy load.
  • The man was six feet tall with a heavy build.
  • Turnout for the election is expected to be heavy.
  • We got caught in heavy traffic.
  • Heavy rains caused flooding in the area.
  • She was wearing sunglasses and heavy makeup.
  • The storm caused heavy damage to the building.
  • The company is facing heavy losses this quarter.
  • a day of heavy fighting

Sinónimos detallados para heavy adjective

Heavy, cumbersome, hefty significan que tiene mucho peso.
  • Heavy indica que algo tiene una densidad, un grosor o a veces un poder que es mayor al promedio de su tipo o clase <a heavy child for his age>.
    antonyms: light
  • Cumbersome indica un gran peso y una voluminosidad masiva que hacen que una cosa sea difícil de agarrar, mover, cargar o manipular <forced to march for days with their cumbersome packs>.
  • Hefty indica pesadez caracterizada por grandeza, volumen y generalmente fuerza <a hefty football player>.

Traducción inversa para to be heavy

pesado  - heavy, slow, irritating, annoying, tedious, boring, tough, difficult, ponderous 
denso  - dense, thick 
espeso  - thick, heavy, dense 
grueso  - thick, bulky, heavy, big, heavyset, stout 
oneroso  - onerous, burdensome 
gravoso  - burdensome, onerous, costly 
profundo  - deep, profound 
lento  - slow, slow-witted, dull 
tardo  - slow 
corpulento  - robust, stout, sturdy 
severo  - harsh, severe, strict, stark 
duro  - hard, tough, harsh, severe 
fuerte  - strong, intense, loud, extreme, excessive 
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