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formidable

  
   adj  
[person]  
formidable  
[opponent]  
temible  
[task, challenge, obstacle]  
tremendo, impresionante  
[reputation, team, combination, talents]  
formidable, extraordinario  
he has a formidable temper      tiene un genio tremendo  
she was a formidable woman      era una mujer formidable or que imponía  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
he has a formidable temper exp.
tiene un genio tremendo

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
exp.
era una mujer formidable {or} que imponía
exp.
siguió {or} continuó siendo un rival formidable
exp.
sus dotes de persuasión {or} convicción eran extraordinarios
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"formidable": examples and translations in context
Soviet Russia's most formidable foe was German imperialism. El Enemigo más formidable de la Rusia soviética fue el imperialismo alemán.
Mechanisms with a formidable simple temperature rise is achieved. Con simples mecanismos se logra un aumento formidable de la temperatura.
From this flows his greatness and formidable responsibility. Esa es la fuente de su grandeza y su temible responsabilidad.
Madrid is a formidable city for shopping. Madrid es una ciudad formidable para ir de compras.
The formidable stroke of thirty died away. El derrame cerebral formidable de treinta y murió de distancia.
Humanity has made formidable progress in science and technology. La humanidad ha alcanzado un formidable progreso en la ciencia y en la técnica.
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