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Translation of "severe" - English-Spanish dictionary

severe

adjective   /sɪˈvɪər/
very bad grave, duro a severe headache severe weather conditions
not kind or gentle severo a severe punishment
severely adverb /sɪˈvɪə·li/
con severidad, gravemente He was severely injured.
(Definition of severe from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

severe

adjective /səˈviə/
(of something unpleasant) serious; extreme grave, serio severe shortages of food a severe illness Our team suffered a severe defeat.
strict or harsh severo a severe mother severe criticism.
(of style in dress etc) very plain austero a severe hairstyle.
severely adverb
severamente She was severely reprimanded for her rude behaviour.
severity /-ˈve-/ noun
severidad the severity of the punishment the severity of her haircut.
(Definition of severe from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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