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Translation of "size" - English-Spanish dictionary

size

noun   /saɪz/
A2 how big or small something is tamaño It’s an area about the size of Florida. The size of some of those trees is incredible.
A2 one of the different measurements in which things, for example clothes, food, etc. are made talla, tamaño What size shoes do you take? What size shoes do you wear?
(Definition of size from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

size

noun /saiz/
largeness tamaño, magnitud an area the size of a football pitch The size of the problem alarmed us.
one of a number of classes in which shoes, dresses etc are grouped according to measurements talla, número I take size 5 in shoes.
sizeable adjective
fairly large considerable, importante His income is quite sizeable, now that he has been promoted.
size up phrasal verb
to form an opinion about a person, situation etc juzgar, evaluar He sized up the situation and acted immediately.
(Definition of size from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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