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Spanish translation of “hard”

hard

adverb
with great force; heavily
fuerte, fuertemente
Don’t hit him too hard It was raining hard.
with great attention
fijamente
He stared hard at the man.
to the full extent; completely
completamente, totalmente
The car turned hard right.
(Definition of hard from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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