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Translation of "sound" - English-Spanish dictionary

sound

adjective /saund/
strong or in good condition sano, sólido, firme The foundations of the house are not very sound He’s 87, but he’s still sound in mind and body.
(of sleep) deep profundo She’s a very sound sleeper.
full; thorough completo, severo a sound basic training.
accurate; free from mistakes bueno, sólido a sound piece of work.
having or showing good judgement or good sense juicioso, sensato, acertado, consistente His advice is always very sound.
soundly adverb
sensatamente England were soundly beaten 5-0 in their game against Spain.
soundness noun
solidez, sensatez
sound asleep adjective
sleeping deeply profundamente dormido The baby is sound asleep.
(Definition of sound from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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