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Translation of "solid" - English-Spanish dictionary

solid

adjective /ˈsolid/
not easily changing shape; not in the form of liquid or gas sólido Water becomes solid when it freezes solid substances. not hollow macizo The tyres of the earliest cars were solid. firm and strongly made (and therefore sound and reliable) sólido That’s a solid piece of furniture His argument is based on good solid facts/reasoning. completely made of one substance macizo This bracelet is made of solid gold We dug till we reached solid rock. without breaks, gaps or flaws de una sola pieza The policemen formed themselves into a solid line They are solid in their determination to strike. having height, breadth and width sólido A cube is a solid figure. consecutive; without a pause seguido, ininterrumpido I’ve been working for six solid hours. solidarity /-ˈdӕrə-/ noun the uniting of the interests, feelings or actions (of a group) solidaridad We must try to preserve our solidarity. solidify /-difai/ verb ( past tense, past participle solidified) to make or become solid solidificar The medicine has solidified at the bottom of the bottle. solidification /-difi-/ noun solidificación solidity noun solidez the solidity of the team’s defence. solidness noun solidez solidly adverb firmly; strongly sólidamente solidly-built houses. continuously ininterrumpidamente I worked solidly from 8.30 a.m. till lunchtime. unanimously unánimemente We’re solidly in agreement with your suggestions. solid fuel noun a fuel, such as coal, that is solid rather than an oil or gas. combustible sólido
(Definition of solid from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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