Traducción: de espanol

El adjetivo

  • 1 adjetivo

    adj.
    adjective, adjectival.
    m.
    1 adjective, noun modifier.
    2 epithet, adjective.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: adjetivar.
    * * *
    1 adjective, adjectival
    1 adjective
    ————————
    1 adjective
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    1.
    2.
    * * *
    I
    - va adjetivo adjectival
    II
    masculino adjective
    * * *
    Ex. Such lists will embody for example, singular or plural, nouns or adjectives.
    * * *
    I
    - va adjetivo adjectival
    II
    masculino adjective
    * * *

    Ex: Such lists will embody for example, singular or plural, nouns or adjectives.

    * * *
    adjetivo1 -va
    1 ‹locución/frase› adjectival
    2 ( Fil) adjectival
    adjective
    se puede usar como adjetivo it can be used adjectivally
    Compuestos:
    qualifying adjective
    demonstrative adjective
    possessive adjective
    * * *

     

    Del verbo adjetivar: ( conjugate adjetivar)

    adjetivo es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    adjetivó es:

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

    Multiple Entries:
    adjetivar    
    adjetivo
    adjetivo 1
    ◊ -va adjetivo

    adjectival
    adjetivo 2 sustantivo masculino
    adjective
    adjetivar verbo transitivo
    1 (calificar) to describe
    2 Gram to use as an adjective
    adjetivo,-a
    I sustantivo masculino adjective
    II adjetivo adjectival

    ' adjetivo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    abajeña
    - abajeño
    - abandonada
    - abandonado
    - abarquillada
    - abarquillado
    - abarrotada
    - abarrotado
    - abatible
    - abatida
    - abatido
    - abdominal
    - aberrante
    - abierta
    - abierto
    - abigarrada
    - abigarrado
    - abismal
    - ablusada
    - ablusado
    - abnegada
    - abnegado
    - abobada
    - abobado
    - abocada
    - abocado
    - abombada
    - abombado
    - abominable
    - abonada
    - abonado
    - aborigen
    - abortiva
    - abortivo
    - abotargada
    - abotargado
    - abovedada
    - abovedado
    - abrasador
    - abrasadora
    - abrasiva
    - abrasivo
    - abrigada
    - abrigado
    - abrillantador
    - abrumada
    - abrumado
    - abrumador
    - abrumadora
    - abrupta
    English:
    abiding
    - abject
    - ablaze
    - able
    - abnormal
    - abominable
    - above-board
    - above-mentioned
    - abrasive
    - abrupt
    - absent
    - absent-minded
    - absolute
    - absorbed
    - absorbing
    - abstemious
    - abstract
    - absurd
    - abundant
    - abysmal
    - academic
    - acceptable
    - accepted
    - accident-prone
    - accidental
    - acclimatized
    - accomplished
    - accountable
    - accurate
    - accustom
    - aching
    - acid
    - acoustic
    - acquisitive
    - acrimonious
    - acrylic
    - acting
    - action-packed
    - active
    - actual
    - acute
    - adamant
    - adaptable
    - addicted
    - addictive
    - additional
    - adept
    - adequate
    - adhesive
    - adjacent
    * * *
    adjetivo, -a
    adj
    adjectival
    nm
    adjective
    adjetivo atributivo attributive adjective;
    adjetivo calificativo qualifying adjective;
    adjetivo comparativo comparative adjective;
    adjetivo demostrativo demonstrative adjective;
    adjetivo especificativo = qualifying adjective which follows the noun;
    adjetivo explicativo = adjective preceding the noun and usually denoting a conventional characteristic;
    adjetivo indefinido indefinite adjective;
    adjetivo numeral quantitative adjective;
    adjetivo posesivo possessive adjective;
    adjetivo superlativo superlative adjective
    * * *
    m adjective
    * * *
    adjetivo, -va adj
    : adjectival
    : adjective
    * * *
    adjetivo n adjective

    Spanish-English dictionary > adjetivo

  • 2 adjetivo

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > adjetivo

  • 3 adjetivo

    БИРС > adjetivo

  • 4 adjetivo

    Universal diccionario español-ruso > adjetivo

  • 5 adjetivo

    m прилагателно; adjetivo gentilicio определящо хората или родината им (español, castellano).

    Diccionario español-búlgaro > adjetivo

  • 6 adjetivo

    сущ.
    1) общ. прилагательное с. грам.

    Испанско-русский универсальный словарь > adjetivo

  • 7 adjetivo

    1. adj
    1) относи́тельный; подчинённый ( чему); зави́симый, произво́дный ( от чего)
    2) лингв относя́щийся к прилага́тельному; адъекти́вный
    2. m
    1) определе́ние; эпи́тет
    2) лингв (и́мя) прилага́тельное

    Diccionario Español-Ruso de Uso Moderno > adjetivo

  • 8 adjetivo

    • adjectival
    • adjective
    • epithet
    • noun modifier

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > adjetivo

  • 9 adjetivo

    jaz. adjektivní
    jaz. přísudkový
    jaz. přívlastkový
    • podřadný
    • vedlejší
    m
    jaz. adjektivum

    Diccionario español-checo > adjetivo

  • 10 adjetivo

    adjectiu

    Vocabulario Castellano-Catalán > adjetivo

  • 11 muy + Adjetivo

    (adj.) = extremely + Adjetivo, grossly + Adjetivo, rather + Adjetivo, severely + Adjetivo, tightly + Adjetivo, wildly + Adjetivo, extraordinarily + Adjetivo, incredibly + Adjetivo, ludicrously + Adjetivo, seriously + Adjetivo, disappointingly + Adjetivo, not least + Adjetivo, heavily + Adjetivo, much + Adjetivo, mighty + Adjetivo, prohibitively + Adjetivo, sorely + Adjetivo, supremely + Adjetivo, vastly + Adjetivo, vitally + Adjetivo, immensely + Adjetivo, hugely + Adjetivo, significantly + Adjetivo, most + Adjetivo, impressively + Adjetivo, bloody + Adjetivo
    Ex. Thus, the subject approach is extremely important in the access to information.
    Ex. It is a well-known fact that they're grossly deficient in identifiying talented minority children, and, for that matter, girls.
    Ex. If you pause to think of all the form concepts you will soon realize that this policy would result in a massive and uneconomical number of rather unhelpful index entries.
    Ex. Even an informative title is by nature of a title, succinct, and therefore severely limited in the quantity of information that can be conveyed.
    Ex. Because index terms must be used as access points, the summarization of document content achieved in indexing documents must be more tightly structured.
    Ex. Meanwhile the ALA and others are making wildly improbable statements about the supposedly numerous opportunities for library school graduates due to the alleged shortage of librarians.
    Ex. School classrooms are sometimes extraordinarily badly designed with poor acoustics, ineffective blackout facilities, and notoriously eccentric electrical outlets.
    Ex. We also know that large catalogs are not only incredibly expensive to maintain, but are increasingly impossible to use.
    Ex. Perhaps it was a ludicrously inadequate expression of her profound surprise.
    Ex. The author's manuscript was seriously inadequate in this respect.
    Ex. For example, searching the databse for 'kidney circulation' without using the thesaurus yields disappointingly small results.
    Ex. Not least significant as a means of increasing the visibility of recorded knowledge is the progress made in the computerization of indexes, bibliographies etc and of library catalogues.
    Ex. Library services in the past have been far from neutral, indeed are heavily biased towards the literate middle class who form the bulk of library users.
    Ex. The control function is, in these cases, not one exercised by the bibliographer but by a political power much superior.
    Ex. A public library is a mighty good thing.
    Ex. Libraries can obtain updated cataloguing through special customised services, but at prohibitively high cost.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'The ISBN: a good tool sorely misused'.
    Ex. Wood is not only a supremely abundant raw material, but it can also be made into a product which is second only to pure rag paper for appearance, strength, and durability.
    Ex. But it is quite possible for someone to read the story as a vastly entertaining collection of picaresque adventure written with consummate skill and full of 'colorful' characters.
    Ex. One cannot study any aspect of the reference process without being made aware just how vitally dependent it is for its success on the librarian's personal qualities.
    Ex. The young librarian was immensely depressed as she pattered down the hall towards the mail room.
    Ex. This kind of distribution is represented by a curve which shows a hugely lopsided frequency for the majority, then a dramatic drop, dribbling off into a long tail of mostly zeros.
    Ex. People use a library significantly less than they say they do.
    Ex. Most worrying for all retailers is the continuing upward spiral in overheads and specifically in rents and rates.
    Ex. Therese Lawrence provides an impressively detailed list of categories of material fit for collection by libraries.
    Ex. I know a few guys that are dustbin men and it is bloody hard work for a average of £6.50 an hour.
    * * *
    (adj.) = extremely + Adjetivo, grossly + Adjetivo, rather + Adjetivo, severely + Adjetivo, tightly + Adjetivo, wildly + Adjetivo, extraordinarily + Adjetivo, incredibly + Adjetivo, ludicrously + Adjetivo, seriously + Adjetivo, disappointingly + Adjetivo, not least + Adjetivo, heavily + Adjetivo, much + Adjetivo, mighty + Adjetivo, prohibitively + Adjetivo, sorely + Adjetivo, supremely + Adjetivo, vastly + Adjetivo, vitally + Adjetivo, immensely + Adjetivo, hugely + Adjetivo, significantly + Adjetivo, most + Adjetivo, impressively + Adjetivo, bloody + Adjetivo

    Ex: Thus, the subject approach is extremely important in the access to information.

    Ex: It is a well-known fact that they're grossly deficient in identifiying talented minority children, and, for that matter, girls.
    Ex: If you pause to think of all the form concepts you will soon realize that this policy would result in a massive and uneconomical number of rather unhelpful index entries.
    Ex: Even an informative title is by nature of a title, succinct, and therefore severely limited in the quantity of information that can be conveyed.
    Ex: Because index terms must be used as access points, the summarization of document content achieved in indexing documents must be more tightly structured.
    Ex: Meanwhile the ALA and others are making wildly improbable statements about the supposedly numerous opportunities for library school graduates due to the alleged shortage of librarians.
    Ex: School classrooms are sometimes extraordinarily badly designed with poor acoustics, ineffective blackout facilities, and notoriously eccentric electrical outlets.
    Ex: We also know that large catalogs are not only incredibly expensive to maintain, but are increasingly impossible to use.
    Ex: Perhaps it was a ludicrously inadequate expression of her profound surprise.
    Ex: The author's manuscript was seriously inadequate in this respect.
    Ex: For example, searching the databse for 'kidney circulation' without using the thesaurus yields disappointingly small results.
    Ex: Not least significant as a means of increasing the visibility of recorded knowledge is the progress made in the computerization of indexes, bibliographies etc and of library catalogues.
    Ex: Library services in the past have been far from neutral, indeed are heavily biased towards the literate middle class who form the bulk of library users.
    Ex: The control function is, in these cases, not one exercised by the bibliographer but by a political power much superior.
    Ex: A public library is a mighty good thing.
    Ex: Libraries can obtain updated cataloguing through special customised services, but at prohibitively high cost.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'The ISBN: a good tool sorely misused'.
    Ex: Wood is not only a supremely abundant raw material, but it can also be made into a product which is second only to pure rag paper for appearance, strength, and durability.
    Ex: But it is quite possible for someone to read the story as a vastly entertaining collection of picaresque adventure written with consummate skill and full of 'colorful' characters.
    Ex: One cannot study any aspect of the reference process without being made aware just how vitally dependent it is for its success on the librarian's personal qualities.
    Ex: The young librarian was immensely depressed as she pattered down the hall towards the mail room.
    Ex: This kind of distribution is represented by a curve which shows a hugely lopsided frequency for the majority, then a dramatic drop, dribbling off into a long tail of mostly zeros.
    Ex: People use a library significantly less than they say they do.
    Ex: Most worrying for all retailers is the continuing upward spiral in overheads and specifically in rents and rates.
    Ex: Therese Lawrence provides an impressively detailed list of categories of material fit for collection by libraries.
    Ex: I know a few guys that are dustbin men and it is bloody hard work for a average of £6.50 an hour.

    Spanish-English dictionary > muy + Adjetivo

  • 12 extremadamente + Adjetivo

    (adj.) = alarmingly + Adjetivo, astronomically + Adjetivo, bleeding + Adjetivo/Nombre, extremely + Adjetivo, impossibly + Adjetivo, incredibly + Adjetivo, devastatingly + Adjetivo, dauntingly + Adjetivo, outrageously + Adjetivo, abysmally + Adjetivo, awfully + Adjetivo, shockingly + Adjetivo, bloody + Adjetivo
    Ex. As the quantity increased the printer's capital investment, which was always alarmingly high, rose with it, and his profit as a percentage of investment fell.
    Ex. To give this advice, the computer would have to store an astronomically large number of possible positions on the board.
    Ex. He had never seen the children's librarian so upset, she was one great bleeding resentment.
    Ex. Thus, the subject approach is extremely important in the access to information.
    Ex. Limitless flexibility sounds to be the answer but it is, of course, impossibly expensive and unacceptable aesthetically.
    Ex. We also know that large catalogs are not only incredibly expensive to maintain, but are increasingly impossible to use.
    Ex. The teacher flipped over the document and examined her scored evaluations: all, except for attendance and punctuality, were in the low 70's, a devastatingly dramatic plunge from the former heights of her 97 to 99 scores.
    Ex. This description suggests that OPAC searching is less dauntingly complex than it is often made out to be.
    Ex. On the other hand people passionately devoted to a hobby or sport or their work will endure without complaint conditions which less ardent folk think outrageously insupportable.
    Ex. Seventeenth-century English printing was abysmally poor, and there are few books that were not set in ill-cast, battered type, clumsily arranged and carelessly printed in brown ink on shabby paper.
    Ex. Searching these full-text files may be awfully confusing.
    Ex. Despite shockingly poor current resource levels, Cuban librarians are enthusiastically planning for better times in the future.
    Ex. I know a few guys that are dustbin men and it is bloody hard work for a average of £6.50 an hour.
    * * *
    (adj.) = alarmingly + Adjetivo, astronomically + Adjetivo, bleeding + Adjetivo/Nombre, extremely + Adjetivo, impossibly + Adjetivo, incredibly + Adjetivo, devastatingly + Adjetivo, dauntingly + Adjetivo, outrageously + Adjetivo, abysmally + Adjetivo, awfully + Adjetivo, shockingly + Adjetivo, bloody + Adjetivo

    Ex: As the quantity increased the printer's capital investment, which was always alarmingly high, rose with it, and his profit as a percentage of investment fell.

    Ex: To give this advice, the computer would have to store an astronomically large number of possible positions on the board.
    Ex: He had never seen the children's librarian so upset, she was one great bleeding resentment.
    Ex: Thus, the subject approach is extremely important in the access to information.
    Ex: Limitless flexibility sounds to be the answer but it is, of course, impossibly expensive and unacceptable aesthetically.
    Ex: We also know that large catalogs are not only incredibly expensive to maintain, but are increasingly impossible to use.
    Ex: The teacher flipped over the document and examined her scored evaluations: all, except for attendance and punctuality, were in the low 70's, a devastatingly dramatic plunge from the former heights of her 97 to 99 scores.
    Ex: This description suggests that OPAC searching is less dauntingly complex than it is often made out to be.
    Ex: On the other hand people passionately devoted to a hobby or sport or their work will endure without complaint conditions which less ardent folk think outrageously insupportable.
    Ex: Seventeenth-century English printing was abysmally poor, and there are few books that were not set in ill-cast, battered type, clumsily arranged and carelessly printed in brown ink on shabby paper.
    Ex: Searching these full-text files may be awfully confusing.
    Ex: Despite shockingly poor current resource levels, Cuban librarians are enthusiastically planning for better times in the future.
    Ex: I know a few guys that are dustbin men and it is bloody hard work for a average of £6.50 an hour.

    Spanish-English dictionary > extremadamente + Adjetivo

  • 13 de un modo + Adjetivo

    = in + Adjetivo + fashion, in + Adjetivo + measure, in a + Adjetivo + manner, in + Adjetivo + manner, on a + Adjetivo + scale, to a + Adjetivo + degree, in a + Adjetivo + vein
    Ex. In more muted fashion the universities have displayed a similar interest.
    Ex. Watt suffered in generous measure from that curse which descends upon all bibliographers who are not severely self disciplined.
    Ex. Identification of the main subject areas in a more explicit manner than might be required in the planning stage.
    Ex. Arabic numerals are used to denote further divisions, in an integral manner, running from 1 to 9999, as necessary.
    Ex. Any library involved in this activity on a large scale could find such software very useful in ensuring accurate and comprehensive records.
    Ex. In other words, the information supplied in the document matches, to an acceptable degree, the information demanded by the user.
    Ex. Written in light vein but with a serious purpose, describes the responsibilities of the systems librarian (or library systems analyst) and his role in modern librarianship.
    * * *
    = in + Adjetivo + fashion, in + Adjetivo + measure, in a + Adjetivo + manner, in + Adjetivo + manner, on a + Adjetivo + scale, to a + Adjetivo + degree, in a + Adjetivo + vein

    Ex: In more muted fashion the universities have displayed a similar interest.

    Ex: Watt suffered in generous measure from that curse which descends upon all bibliographers who are not severely self disciplined.
    Ex: Identification of the main subject areas in a more explicit manner than might be required in the planning stage.
    Ex: Arabic numerals are used to denote further divisions, in an integral manner, running from 1 to 9999, as necessary.
    Ex: Any library involved in this activity on a large scale could find such software very useful in ensuring accurate and comprehensive records.
    Ex: In other words, the information supplied in the document matches, to an acceptable degree, the information demanded by the user.
    Ex: Written in light vein but with a serious purpose, describes the responsibilities of the systems librarian (or library systems analyst) and his role in modern librarianship.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de un modo + Adjetivo

  • 14 bastante + Adjetivo

    = fairly + Adjetivo, pretty + Adjetivo, rather + Adjetivo, reasonably + Adjetivo
    Ex. It is fairly common to have to modify a standard list, or compile a fresh list when a new application is envisaged.
    Ex. The AACR title catalog is also incomplete, for there are a dozen exceptions, some of them pretty large exceptions, to entry under title or added title in AACR.
    Ex. If you pause to think of all the form concepts you will soon realize that this policy would result in a massive and uneconomical number of rather unhelpful index entries.
    Ex. Support services must be effective and reasonably cheap.
    * * *
    = fairly + Adjetivo, pretty + Adjetivo, rather + Adjetivo, reasonably + Adjetivo

    Ex: It is fairly common to have to modify a standard list, or compile a fresh list when a new application is envisaged.

    Ex: The AACR title catalog is also incomplete, for there are a dozen exceptions, some of them pretty large exceptions, to entry under title or added title in AACR.
    Ex: If you pause to think of all the form concepts you will soon realize that this policy would result in a massive and uneconomical number of rather unhelpful index entries.
    Ex: Support services must be effective and reasonably cheap.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bastante + Adjetivo

  • 15 de una manera + Adjetivo

    = in + Adjetivo + fashion, in a + Adjetivo + manner, in + Adjetivo + manner, in a + Adjetivo + vein
    Ex. In more muted fashion the universities have displayed a similar interest.
    Ex. Identification of the main subject areas in a more explicit manner than might be required in the planning stage.
    Ex. Arabic numerals are used to denote further divisions, in an integral manner, running from 1 to 9999, as necessary.
    Ex. Written in light vein but with a serious purpose, describes the responsibilities of the systems librarian (or library systems analyst) and his role in modern librarianship.
    * * *
    = in + Adjetivo + fashion, in a + Adjetivo + manner, in + Adjetivo + manner, in a + Adjetivo + vein

    Ex: In more muted fashion the universities have displayed a similar interest.

    Ex: Identification of the main subject areas in a more explicit manner than might be required in the planning stage.
    Ex: Arabic numerals are used to denote further divisions, in an integral manner, running from 1 to 9999, as necessary.
    Ex: Written in light vein but with a serious purpose, describes the responsibilities of the systems librarian (or library systems analyst) and his role in modern librarianship.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de una manera + Adjetivo

  • 16 demasiado + Adjetivo

    (n.) = over + Adjetivo, too narrowly + Adjetivo, overly + Adjetivo, disappointingly + Adjetivo
    Ex. Over severe truncation must be carefully avoided.
    Ex. The concern is expressed that the focus is too narrowly practical and thereby divorced from established principles of information retrieval.
    Ex. As I said, this is just my own view, and many would say it is overly paranoid.
    Ex. For example, searching the databse for 'kidney circulation' without using the thesaurus yields disappointingly small results.
    * * *
    (n.) = over + Adjetivo, too narrowly + Adjetivo, overly + Adjetivo, disappointingly + Adjetivo

    Ex: Over severe truncation must be carefully avoided.

    Ex: The concern is expressed that the focus is too narrowly practical and thereby divorced from established principles of information retrieval.
    Ex: As I said, this is just my own view, and many would say it is overly paranoid.
    Ex: For example, searching the databse for 'kidney circulation' without using the thesaurus yields disappointingly small results.

    Spanish-English dictionary > demasiado + Adjetivo

  • 17 completamente + Adjetivo

    (n.) = altogether + Adjetivo, downright + Adjetivo, blissfully + Adjetivo
    Ex. The treatment of form concepts is not altogether satisfactory in the 6th edition of CC.
    Ex. Bibliographies developed in this way are rarely totally reliable and are sometimes downright misleading.
    Ex. As it turns out, the secret of life is blissfully simple.
    * * *
    (n.) = altogether + Adjetivo, downright + Adjetivo, blissfully + Adjetivo

    Ex: The treatment of form concepts is not altogether satisfactory in the 6th edition of CC.

    Ex: Bibliographies developed in this way are rarely totally reliable and are sometimes downright misleading.
    Ex: As it turns out, the secret of life is blissfully simple.

    Spanish-English dictionary > completamente + Adjetivo

  • 18 excesivamente + Adjetivo

    (n.) = too narrowly + Adjetivo, unreasonably + Adjetivo, outrageously + Adjetivo
    Ex. The concern is expressed that the focus is too narrowly practical and thereby divorced from established principles of information retrieval.
    Ex. Factors that may delay development of effective classification retrieval mechanisms include unclear terminology and unreasonably high (or low) expectations.
    Ex. On the other hand people passionately devoted to a hobby or sport or their work will endure without complaint conditions which less ardent folk think outrageously insupportable.
    * * *
    (n.) = too narrowly + Adjetivo, unreasonably + Adjetivo, outrageously + Adjetivo

    Ex: The concern is expressed that the focus is too narrowly practical and thereby divorced from established principles of information retrieval.

    Ex: Factors that may delay development of effective classification retrieval mechanisms include unclear terminology and unreasonably high (or low) expectations.
    Ex: On the other hand people passionately devoted to a hobby or sport or their work will endure without complaint conditions which less ardent folk think outrageously insupportable.

    Spanish-English dictionary > excesivamente + Adjetivo

  • 19 increíblemente + Adjetivo

    = incredibly + Adjetivo, fantastically + Adjetivo, shockingly + Adjetivo
    Ex. We also know that large catalogs are not only incredibly expensive to maintain, but are increasingly impossible to use.
    Ex. We all recognize that the National Union Catalog is a fantastically helpful publication.
    Ex. Despite shockingly poor current resource levels, Cuban librarians are enthusiastically planning for better times in the future.
    * * *
    = incredibly + Adjetivo, fantastically + Adjetivo, shockingly + Adjetivo

    Ex: We also know that large catalogs are not only incredibly expensive to maintain, but are increasingly impossible to use.

    Ex: We all recognize that the National Union Catalog is a fantastically helpful publication.
    Ex: Despite shockingly poor current resource levels, Cuban librarians are enthusiastically planning for better times in the future.

    Spanish-English dictionary > increíblemente + Adjetivo

  • 20 sumamente + Adjetivo

    (n.) = exceedingly + Adjetivo, extremely + Adjetivo, supremely + Adjetivo
    Ex. It was ' exceedingly inconvenient' because placing the books where they are increases the bulk of the catalogue by occasioning a multitude of long crossreferences.
    Ex. Thus, the subject approach is extremely important in the access to information.
    Ex. Wood is not only a supremely abundant raw material, but it can also be made into a product which is second only to pure rag paper for appearance, strength, and durability.
    * * *
    (n.) = exceedingly + Adjetivo, extremely + Adjetivo, supremely + Adjetivo

    Ex: It was ' exceedingly inconvenient' because placing the books where they are increases the bulk of the catalogue by occasioning a multitude of long crossreferences.

    Ex: Thus, the subject approach is extremely important in the access to information.
    Ex: Wood is not only a supremely abundant raw material, but it can also be made into a product which is second only to pure rag paper for appearance, strength, and durability.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sumamente + Adjetivo

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  • Adjetivo — El adjetivo o nombre adjetivo (del latín adjectīvus, que se agrega ) es una parte de la oración que acompaña al sustantivo o nombre para determinarlo o calificarlo; expresa características o propiedades atribuidas a un sustantivo, ya sean… …   Wikipedia Español

  • adjetivo — {{#}}{{LM A00775}}{{〓}} {{SynA00789}} {{[}}adjetivo{{]}}, {{[}}adjetiva{{]}} ‹ad·je·ti·vo, va› {{《}}▍ adj.{{》}} {{<}}1{{>}} {{♂}}En gramática,{{♀}} que funciona como un adjetivo: • En ‘Juan estaba de mal humor’, ‘de mal humor’ es una locución… …   Diccionario de uso del español actual con sinónimos y antónimos

  • adjetivo — (m) (Intermedio) palabra que describe las cualidades del sustantivo al que acompaña Ejemplos: Los adjetivos con los que describió al personaje eran muy despectivos. Para formar comparaciones necesitas poner un adjetivo. Colocaciones: adjetivo… …   Español Extremo Basic and Intermediate

  • adjetivo — s m (Gram) 1 Clase de palabras que modifican al sustantivo ampliando, concretando o especificando su significado. Concuerdan con él en número, como en globo rojo y globos rojos ; y en género, como en cuaderno negro y pelota negra , aunque en… …   Español en México

  • adjetivo — sustantivo masculino calificativo, epíteto, dictado. Se llama epíteto al adjetivo o frase adjetiva que se agrega a un sustantivo, no para determinarlo o especificarlo, sino para acentuar su carácter y producir un efecto de estilo. Tiene, pues un… …   Diccionario de sinónimos y antónimos

  • adjetivo calificativo — ► locución GRAMÁTICA Que acompaña al nombre expresando alguna cualidad del sustantivo al que acompaña …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • adjetivo comparativo — ► locución GRAMÁTICA El que denota comparación …   Enciclopedia Universal


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