1. (made of stone)
2. (related to stone)
En el museo hay muchas herramientas que datan de la Edad de Piedra.The museum has many tools that were used in the Stone Age.
3. (figurative) (without feelings)
a. of stone (figurative) (heart)
La película conmovió incluso a Sandra, que tiene un corazón de piedra.The movie even moved Sandra, who has a heart of stone.
b. cold (figurative) (heart)
Elena no lloró porque tiene un corazón de piedra.Elena didn't cry because she has a cold heart.
c. emotionless (face)
A Ezequiel le tocaron tres ases, pero mantuvo una cara de piedra.Ezequiel got three ases, but he kept an emotionless face.
4. (colloquial) (stunned)
Me quedé de piedra cuando me contaron que Luisina perdió su embarazo.I was shocked when I was told that Luisina had lost her baby.
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