fecundo

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fecundo(
feh
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koon
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doh
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (agriculture)
a. fertile
Las flores brotaron de la tierra fecunda casi de la noche a la mañana.The flowers sprung up from the fertile soil almost overnight.
Los colonos emigraron hacia el oeste en búsqueda de tierras fecundas.The settlers moved to the west in search of fertile lands.
2. (biology)
a. fertile
Yo soy fecunda, y no logro entender por qué no logro quedar embarazada.I am fertile, so I can't understand why I can't get pregnant.
b. fecund
A word or phrase that is only used by experts, professionals, or academics in a particular field (e.g. exposition).
(technical)
La encuesta busca determinar cuál país tiene el número más alto de mujeres fecundas.The survey is meant to determine which country has the highest number of fecund women.
3. (efficient)
a. prolific
Con más de 500 libros escritos, Isaac Asimov fue uno de los escritores más fecundos del siglo pasado.Having written over 500 books, Isaac Asimov was one of the most prolific writers of the past century.
4. (profitable)
a. fruitful
Nuestra empresa tuvo un año fecundo. Vendimos más de 12,000 autos.Our company had a fruitful year. We sold over 12,000 cars.
b. productive
Si bien duró solamente una hora, aprendí muchísimo. Fue una clase muy fecunda.Although it lasted only one hour, I learned a lot. It was a very productive class.
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fecundo
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (tierra, mujer)
a. fertile
2. (artista)
a. prolific
Copyright © 2006 Harrap Publishers Limited
fecundo
adjective
1 [+persona, tierra] fertile; fecund (formal)
2 [+pintor, escritor] prolific
3 (fructífero) fruitful; productive
una década fecunda de los grandes economistas a fruitful o productive period for great economists
pasamos varios días de convivencia fecunda,para comprobar otra vez nuestra coincidencia de puntos de vista
fecundo de palabras fluent; eloquent; fecundo en algo: una época muy fecunda en buenos poetas a period which produced an abundance o a plethora of good poets; un libro fecundo en ideas a book full of o rich in ideas
Carlos Franco, colorista nato, de fecunda imaginación narrativa
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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