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3 Translation results for major in Spanish

adjective | verb | noun

major adjective

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mayor; notable; grave; mayor (en la musica)

Example sentences of
major adjective

  • He's one of the major figures in 19th-century U.S. history.
  • Researchers have announced a major advance in the treatment of cancer.
  • She played a major role in the negotiations.
  • No major changes are expected.
  • The grant covered a major part of the cost.
  • Butter is one of the major ingredients in the recipe.
  • None of his health problems are major.
  • He suffered a major heart attack.

Synonyms of
major adjective

major verb

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majored, has majored, is majoring, majors
especializarse

major noun

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majors
mayor, comandante (en las fuerzas armadas); especialidad (universitaria)

Example sentences of
major noun

  • He chose history as his major and French as his minor.
  • What was your major in college?
  • In college, he was a history major.
  • a club for physics majors

Related phrases for major

Reverse translation for major

mayor  - bigger, larger, greater, elder, older, biggest, largest, greatest, eldest, oldest, grown-up, mature, main, major 
notable  - notable, noteworthy, outstanding 
grave  - grave, important, serious, somber, serious (of an illness) 
mayor  (en la musica) - bigger, larger, greater, elder, older, biggest, largest, greatest, eldest, oldest, grown-up, mature, main, major 
especializarse  - to specialize 
mayor  - major (in the military), adult 
comandante  (en las fuerzas armadas) - commander, commanding officer, major 
especialidad  (universitaria) - specialty 
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