considerable
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considerable(
kuhn
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sih
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duh
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ruh
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buhl
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (notably large)
a. considerable
Duncan amassed a considerable fortune importing and selling manufactured goods from China.Duncan amasó una considerable fortuna importando y vendiendo productos manufacturados de China.
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considerable
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. considerable
with considerable difficultycon grandes dificultades
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considerable [kənˈsɪdərəbl]
adjective
considerable
interest, amount, risk
a considerable number of applicants un número considerable de solicitudes; a considerable sum of money una suma considerable de dinero; they achieved a considerable degree of success tuvieron un éxito considerable; we had considerable difficulty tuvimos bastante dificultad; I'd been living in England for a or some considerable time llevaba bastante tiempo viviendo en Inglaterra; to a or some considerable extent en gran parte; the building suffered considerable damage el edificio sufrió daños de consideración
we had considerable difficulty his death will mean a considerable loss to us all she suffered a considerable loss of blood if the building is destroyed it will be a considerable loss to the community he made considerable losses on the stock exchange
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considerable
Listen to an audio pronunciation
Listen to an audio pronunciation
considerable(
kohn
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see
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deh
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rah
-
bleh
)
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (large)
a. considerable
El barco recibió un daño considerable pero no se hundió.The ship sustained considerable damage but didn't sink.
b. substantial
La inundación causó pérdidas considerables a los granjeros.The flood caused substantial losses to the farmers.
2. (important)
a. considerable
La banda logró un éxito considerable con el lanzamiento de su segundo disco.The band achieved considerable success with their second album.
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considerable
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (grande)
a. considerable
2. (importante, eminente)
a. notable
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considerable
adjective
considerable
cuyo significado guarda considerable equivalencia con detente existen diferencias considerables entre los planteamientos de ambos candidatos
hubo un retraso considerable there was a considerable delay; hemos tenido pérdidas considerables we have suffered substantial o considerable losses
las ganancias de este año ha sido considerables Es necesario efectuar progresos considerables en la investigación genética empresas que han conseguido beneficios considerables al margen del impuesto, de una cantidad considerable de contribuyentes emos a un número considerable de personas que se cor,sideran a si mismas heroinómana volumen de ventas en estos últimos años alcanzan un número considerable las aguas han alcanzado un nivel considerable Era un desafío considerable: me ha hecho una oferta económica considerable las cifras de ventas han alcanzado un nivel considerable más de tres lustros de un retraso tan considerable que casi podría desvirtuarlo tiene una importancia muy considerable tanto por los nombres que la compusieron Me parece un sacrificio en usted considerable
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