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Translation of "formidable" - English-Spanish dictionary

formidable

adjective   /fɔːˈmɪ.də.bl̩/
A causing you to have fear or respect for something or someone because that thing or person is large, powerful, or difficult imponente, formidable a formidable obstacle/task a formidable adversary/enemy/opponent a formidable intellect disapproving the director and his formidable wife2307
formidably adverb   /-bli/
(Definition of formidable from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

formidable

adjective /ˈfoːmidəbl, fəːˈmidəbl/
rather frightening temible, imponente a formidable appearance.
very difficult to overcome enorme formidable difficulties.
formidably adverb
temiblemente, tremendamente They are facing a formidably steep climb up the mountain.
(Definition of formidable from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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