Spanish translation of “heavy”
heavy adjective /ˈhevi/ (comparative heavier, superlative heaviest)
› having great weight; difficult to lift or carry
a heavy parcel. › having a particular weight
I wonder how heavy the suitcase is. › of very great amount, force etc
heavy rain a heavy blow The ship capsized in the heavy seas heavy taxes. › doing something to a great extent
He’s a heavy smoker/drinker. › dark and dull; looking or feeling stormy
a heavy sky/atmosphere. › difficult to read, do, understand etc
pesado, denso; difícil
Books on philosophy are too heavy for me. › (of food) hard to digest
It was a rather heavy meal. › noisy and clumsy
heavy footsteps. heavily adverb ›
She’s heavily pregnant. heaviness noun ›
heavy-duty adjective › made to stand up to very hard wear or use
heavy-duty tyres. heavy industry noun › industries such as coalmining, ship-building etc which involve the use of large or heavy machines or which produce large or heavy products.
heavy metal noun › a type of loud aggressive rock music
a heavy metal band › (chemistry) a metal that has a high density, such as gold, lead, or mercury.
heavyweight adjective, noun › (a person) in the heaviest of the various classes into which competitors in certain sports (eg boxing, wrestling) are divided according to their weight
a heavyweight boxer. heavy going noun › difficult to make any progress with
I found this book very heavy going. a heavy heart noun › a feeling of sadness
He obeyed with a heavy heart. make heavy weather of › to find surprising difficulty in doing
costar mucho trabajo hacer algo
He said he’d finish the job in half an hour, but he’s making rather heavy weather of it.