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Translation of "fierce" - English-Spanish dictionary

fierce

adjective   /fɪəs/
violent or angry fiero, feroz a fierce dog a fierce attack
very strong or powerful fuerte fierce wind
showing strong feeling or energetic activity feroz, intenso There is fierce competition among computer companies.
fiercely adverb /fɪəs·li/
ferozmente, con fuerza
fierceness noun [no plural] /fɪəs·nəs/
ferocidad, intensidad
(Definition of fierce from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

fierce

adjective /fiəs/
very angry and likely to attack feroz a fierce dog She had a fierce expression on her face.
intense or strong intenso, fuerte fierce rivals.
fiercely adverb
con ferocidad He’s fiercely competitive in everything he does.
(Definition of fierce from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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