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massive

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massive(
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sihv
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (very large)
a. masivo
The installation of the dictatorship caused a massive exodus from the country.El establecimiento de la dictadura provocó un éxodo masivo del país.
b. enorme
The company was unable to cope with the massive increase in demand for its product.La empresa no pudo hacer frente al enorme aumento en la demanda de su producto.
c. grande
The demolition crew knocked down the building with a massive explosion.La cuadrilla de demolición derribó el edificio con una explosión grande.
d. cuantioso
This year's bad weather has caused massive losses to the country's agroindustry.El mal tiempo de este año originó cuantiosas pérdidas a la agroindustria nacional.
2. (heavy and solid)
a. macizo
The sculptor made massive marble statues as gifts for the king.El escultor hizo estatuas macizas de mármol como regalo para el rey.
b. sólido
The politicians spoke in favor of erecting a massive wall along the country's borders.Los políticos hablaron a favor de erigir un muro sólido a lo largo de la frontera del país.
3. (very serious)
a. enorme
Your group's inability to communicate is a massive problem which must be addressed.La incapacidad para comunicarse de tu grupo es un enorme problema que se debe abordar.
b. masivo
After he suffered a massive heart attack, my father decided to eat more healthily.Después de sufrir un infarto masivo, mi padre decidió comer de manera más sana.
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massive
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (general)
a. enorme, inmenso(a)
2. (heart attack, stroke)
a. muy grave
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massive [ˈmæsɪv]
adjective
[+wall] macizo; sólido; [+boulder, increase, dose, support] enorme; [+person, head, body] enorme; gigantesco (informal); [+explosion, effort] enorme; grande; [+job losses] cuantioso; [+intervention, influx] masivo
there was a massive explosion we have had massive support from our listeners a massive oak table a massive dose of penicillin there was a massive influx of tourists massive intervention on the part of the US army massive job losses he launched a massive operation against the rebels
massive heart attack infarto (m) masivo; on a massive scale a gran escala
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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