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"Esfuerzo" is a noun which is often translated as "effort", and "rigor" is a noun which is often translated as "rigor". Learn more about the difference between "esfuerzo" and "rigor" below.
esfuerzo(
ehs
-
fwehr
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soh
)
A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
1. (use of force)
a. effort
Estamos haciendo un gran esfuerzo para defender nuestro país.We are making a big effort to defend our country.
2. (physics)
a. force
¿Cuánto esfuerzo se necesita para que esta máquina funcione?How much force is needed to make this machine work?
3. (engineering)
a. stress
La fuerza de la gravedad exige mucho esfuerzo sobre los edificios altos.The force of gravity exerts a lot of stress on tall buildings.
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rigor(
rree
-
gohr
)
A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
1. (sternness)
a. rigor
Regionalism used in the United States
(United States)
Gracias al rigor de nuestro currículo, todos nuestros alumnos están preparados para la universidad cuando se gradúan.Thanks to the rigor of our curricula, all of our students are prepared for college when they graduate.
b. rigour (United Kingdom)
Muchos repudian el rigor del entrenamiento que diseñó el entrenador.Many condemn the rigour of the training devised by the coach.
c. severity
Soy obediente y trabajador porque mis padres me criaron con rigor.I'm obedient and hard-working because my parents raised me with severity.
d. strictness
Mi profesora me dijo que el rigor y la práctica constante son necesarios para ser un gran pianista.My teacher said strictness and constant practice are necessary to becoming a great pianist.
2. (roughness)
a. harshness
Solamente los especímenes más aptos sobrevivieron al rigor de las condiciones climáticas.Only the strongest specimens survived the harshness of the weather conditions.
b. rigor
Regionalism used in the United States
(United States)
El soldado raso soportó el rigor del entrenamiento físico para conventirse en francotirador.The private withstood the rigor of the physical training to become a sniper.
c. rigour (United Kingdom)
Los viajeros sucumbieron ante el rigor del Sahara.The travelers succumbed to the rigour of the Sahara.
3. (precision)
a. accuracy
El acusado cuestionó el rigor con el que se realizó la autopsia.The defendant questioned the accuracy of the autopsy.
b. rigor
Regionalism used in the United States
(United States)
El análisis de la información se realizó con rigor y siguiendo los pasos indicados.The data analysis was conducted with rigor and following the specified steps.
c. rigour (United Kingdom)
Los alumnos estudiaron la muestras de tierra con rigor científico.The students studied the soil samples with scientific rigour.
4. (medicine)
a. rigor
El rigor mortis ayudó al forense a determinar aproximadamente la hora del deceso.Rigor mortis allowed the coroner to determine an approximate time of death.
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