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fortaleza

  
      sf  
1      (Mil)   fortress, stronghold
2    (=fuerza)   strength, toughness  ,   (moral)    fortitude, strength (of spirit)
3      (Cono Sur, Méx)  
**   (=olor)   stench, pong **  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
fortaleza nf.
1) strength (f), 2) fortress (f)

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
I admire her strength of spirit
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he showed great moral strength
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the king's soldiers are guarding the fortress
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'fortaleza' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
recobró su fortaleza de ánimo
exp.
fortaleza {or} firmeza de carácter
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fortalezas y debilidades
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"fortaleza": examples and translations in context
Tenemos la fortaleza de hacer todo. We have the strength to do all things.
Pero debemos recordar la fortaleza del individuo. But we must also rember the strength of the individual.
Es difícil escapar de la fortaleza... We'll make a run for the fortress...
Está claro que nadie desea permanecer en esta fortaleza. It is quite clear that no one wishes to remain in this fortress.
Tutankamón le pidió fortaleza a los dioses. Tutankhamun prayed to the Gods and asked for strength.
Usaremos su propia fortaleza contra él. We have to use his own strength against him.
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