Translation of "firm" - English-Spanish dictionary

firm

adjective uk /fɜːm/

not soft, but not completely hard

firme
A firm bed is better for your back.

strongly fixed in place

firme
Make sure the ladder is firm before you go up.

If you are firm, you show people that you are strong and in control.

firme
My parents were always firm with me.

certain and not likely to change

definitivo
We don’t have any firm plans for the weekend.
firmly adverb /fɜːm·li/

firmemente, con fuerza
The door was firmly shut.
‘Let me do it,’ she said firmly.
I am firmly convinced that we should keep going.
firmness noun [ no plural ] /fɜːm·nəs/

firmeza
noun uk /fɜːm/

B1 a company that sells goods or services

firma, empresa
a law firm

(Translation of “firm” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

firm

adjective /fəːm/

(fixed) strong and steady

firme, sólido
a firm handshake.

decided; not changing one’s mind

firme
a firm refusal.
firmly adverb

firmemente
He grasped my hand firmly.

(Translation of “firm” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)