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Translation of "substantial" - English-Spanish dictionary

substantial

adjective   /səbˈstæn·ʃəl/
large in amount sustancial, considerable a substantial change/increase a substantial amount of money/time
(Definition of substantial from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

substantial

adjective /səbˈstӕnʃəl/
solid or strong de calidad inferior (a la normal) a nice substantial table.
large sustancial; abundante a substantial sum of money That meal was quite substantial.
substantially adverb
sustancialmente The economy has substantially improved over the last couple of years.
substantiate /səbˈstӕnʃieit/ verb
(formal ) to give the facts that are able to prove or support (a claim, theory etc) probar; corroborar He cannot substantiate his claim/accusation.
(Definition of substantial from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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