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Translation of "sturdy" - English-Spanish dictionary

sturdy

adjective   /ˈstɜː·di/ ( comparative sturdier, superlative sturdiest)
very strong and solid robusto sturdy walking boots
sturdily adverb   /ˈstɜː·dɪ·li/
sólidamente We could see the boat was sturdily built.
(Definition of sturdy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

sturdy

adjective /ˈstəːdi/ ( comparative sturdier, superlative sturdiest)
strong and healthy vigoroso; robusto, fuerte He is small but sturdy.
firm and well-made robusto; resistente sturdy furniture.
sturdily adverb
vigorosamente; robustamente, resistentemente a sturdily built man.
sturdiness noun
vigor; robustez, resistencia
(Definition of sturdy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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