muy grave

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muy grave(
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (very critical)
a. very serious (situation or events)
La situación en el país es muy grave, y la guerra civil podría estallar en cualquier momento.The situation in the country is very serious, and a civil war might break out any moment now.
b. seriously ill (sick person)
Han hospitalizado al padre de Ana porque está muy grave.Ana's father has been admitted to hospital because he's seriously ill.
2. (weighty)
a. very serious
Conducir ebrio constituye una falta muy grave.Driving while intoxicated is a very serious misdemeanor.
3. (very solemn)
a. very grave
El Primer Ministro anunció la muerte del rey en tono muy grave.The Prime Minister announced the king's death in a very grave tone.
4. (very low-pitched)
a. very deep (voice)
Alfonso tiene una voz muy grave e interesante. Podría ser locutor de radio si quisiera.Alfonso has a very deep and interesting voice. He could be a radio broadcaster if he wanted to.
b. very low (note)
Esa nota es muy grave, mientras que esta otra es muy aguda.That note is very low, while this other is very high.
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