estatura translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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estatura

  
      sf   stature, height  
un hombre de 1,80m de estatura      a man 1.80m in height  
de estatura normal      of average height  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
estatura n.
can also allude to status (social)
can also allude to status (social)

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
of average height
exp.
exceptionally tall
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he is of average {o} medium height
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a diminutive man
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a man 1.80m in height
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'estatura' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
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de estatura menuda
[Hum.]
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de estatura regular
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de estatura mediana {or} media
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tiene mi altura {or} es de mi estatura más o menos
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ser de baja estatura
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tenemos la misma estatura
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un hombre de mediana estatura
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estaba acomplejada por su estatura
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"estatura": examples and translations in context
Es de estatura mediana con la nariz respingona. He is about medium height, with a turned-up nose.
Pero tenía estatura mediana, cabello ondulado... But he was about, uh... Well, average height, curly hair.
Además, la plata realza vuestra verdadera estatura. Moreover, the silver sets off your true stature.
"Anciano alcohólico bajo de estatura". "Elderly alcoholic, short of stature".
Cabellos rojizos, ojos verdes 1,75 de estatura. Red hair, green eyes... ...five foot ten inches tall, 130 pounds.
Cabellos rojizos, ojos verdes 1,75 de estatura. Red hair, green eyes. 5' 10 tall.
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