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enorme

  • 1 enorme

    enorme

    Vocabulario Castellano-Catalán > enorme

  • 2 enorme

    adj.
    enormous, huge.
    * * *
    1 (grande) enormous, huge, vast
    2 (desmedido) tremendous, great
    3 familiar (muy bueno) very good, excellent
    * * *
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=muy grande) enormous, huge
    2) * (=estupendo) killing *, marvellous
    * * *
    adjetivo <edificio/animal/suma> huge, enormous; < zona> vast, huge
    * * *
    = deep [deeper -comp., deepest -sup.], enormous, exponential, extensive, huge, infinite, mammoth, massive, monumental, prodigious, intense, abysmal, Herculean, colossal, of epic proportions, monstrous, a monster of a, Herculanian.
    Ex. The world's largest processing department's plans and policies are always of deep interest.
    Ex. In coventional libraries, such searches usually involve an enormous amount of time and energy.
    Ex. Information technology continues to develop at an exponential rate.
    Ex. The minutely detailed classification is of the type appropriate to an extensive collection.
    Ex. A user searching for Smith's 'History as Argument' who was not sure under which subject it would be entered, would have to prowl through a huge number of cards in a card catalog to find the entry under SMITH.
    Ex. It is still the same inexorably literal logic which must ultimately glance into the chaos, and small differences create infinite displacements between records.
    Ex. The only problem is the mammoth task of interfiling new cards, especially in catalogues where there are large numbers of new or amended entries.
    Ex. When the use of all synonymous terms would result in a massive duplication of A/Z subject index entries 'see references' are employed.
    Ex. She was chairperson of the Task Force that in 1972 wrote a monumental report about discrimination against women in the library profession.
    Ex. The summation of human experience is being expanded at a prodigious rate, and the means we use for threading through the consequent maze to the momentarily important item is the same as was used in the days of square-rigged ships.
    Ex. Mexico is undergoing an intense epidemiological transition characterised by a decline in the incidence of infectious diseases and a rapid increase in the importance of chronic illnesses and accidents.
    Ex. The major problem encountered in encouraging young adults to use public libraries is the abysmal lack of specialist young adult librarians = El principal problema que se encuentra para es incentivar a los jóvenes a usar las bibliotecas públicas es la enorme falta de bibliotecarios especialistas en temas relacionados con los adolescentes.
    Ex. A task of Herculean proportions is how some members of Senate describe it.
    Ex. University libraries have a problem in theft of books which is running at a colossal rate.
    Ex. Even though they are not as long as I think they should be, many of the stories are of epic proportions and many of them are very entertaining.
    Ex. Bogardus privately resolved that nothing would induce her to assent to this monstrous possibility.
    Ex. Hurricane Rita became a monster of a storm as it gathered strength over the Gulf of Mexico.
    Ex. The Ibbs family where founder members of this Herculanian pottery in Liverpool, England.
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    * boquete enorme = gaping hole.
    * * *
    adjetivo <edificio/animal/suma> huge, enormous; < zona> vast, huge
    * * *
    = deep [deeper -comp., deepest -sup.], enormous, exponential, extensive, huge, infinite, mammoth, massive, monumental, prodigious, intense, abysmal, Herculean, colossal, of epic proportions, monstrous, a monster of a, Herculanian.

    Ex: The world's largest processing department's plans and policies are always of deep interest.

    Ex: In coventional libraries, such searches usually involve an enormous amount of time and energy.
    Ex: Information technology continues to develop at an exponential rate.
    Ex: The minutely detailed classification is of the type appropriate to an extensive collection.
    Ex: A user searching for Smith's 'History as Argument' who was not sure under which subject it would be entered, would have to prowl through a huge number of cards in a card catalog to find the entry under SMITH.
    Ex: It is still the same inexorably literal logic which must ultimately glance into the chaos, and small differences create infinite displacements between records.
    Ex: The only problem is the mammoth task of interfiling new cards, especially in catalogues where there are large numbers of new or amended entries.
    Ex: When the use of all synonymous terms would result in a massive duplication of A/Z subject index entries 'see references' are employed.
    Ex: She was chairperson of the Task Force that in 1972 wrote a monumental report about discrimination against women in the library profession.
    Ex: The summation of human experience is being expanded at a prodigious rate, and the means we use for threading through the consequent maze to the momentarily important item is the same as was used in the days of square-rigged ships.
    Ex: Mexico is undergoing an intense epidemiological transition characterised by a decline in the incidence of infectious diseases and a rapid increase in the importance of chronic illnesses and accidents.
    Ex: The major problem encountered in encouraging young adults to use public libraries is the abysmal lack of specialist young adult librarians = El principal problema que se encuentra para es incentivar a los jóvenes a usar las bibliotecas públicas es la enorme falta de bibliotecarios especialistas en temas relacionados con los adolescentes.
    Ex: A task of Herculean proportions is how some members of Senate describe it.
    Ex: University libraries have a problem in theft of books which is running at a colossal rate.
    Ex: Even though they are not as long as I think they should be, many of the stories are of epic proportions and many of them are very entertaining.
    Ex: Bogardus privately resolved that nothing would induce her to assent to this monstrous possibility.
    Ex: Hurricane Rita became a monster of a storm as it gathered strength over the Gulf of Mexico.
    Ex: The Ibbs family where founder members of this Herculanian pottery in Liverpool, England.
    * boquete enorme = gaping hole.

    * * *
    ‹edificio/animal› huge, enormous; ‹aumento/suma› huge, enormous, vast; ‹zona› vast, huge
    la diferencia es enorme the difference is enormous o huge
    tiene unas manos enormes he has huge o enormous hands
    sentí una pena enorme I felt tremendously sad o a tremendous sense of sadness
    * * *

     

    enorme adjetivo ‹edificio/animal/suma huge, enormous;
    zona vast, huge;

    enorme adjetivo enormous, huge: vimos un elefante enorme, we saw an enormous elephant
    (de consideración) un enorme error, a clanger

    ' enorme' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    atroz
    - botija
    - congratularse
    - desnivel
    - estrepitosa
    - estrepitoso
    - satisfacción
    - soberana
    - soberano
    - sofoco
    - supina
    - supino
    English:
    effective
    - enormous
    - face
    - gaping
    - ginormous
    - huge
    - immense
    - massive
    - monstrous
    - monumental
    - vast
    - whopper
    - world
    - derive
    - extreme
    - gigantic
    - it
    - prodigious
    - scar
    - yawning
    * * *
    enorme adj
    1. [muy grande] [objeto, persona, cantidad] huge, enormous;
    [defecto, error] huge;
    estos animales tienen una enorme capacidad para reproducirse these creatures have an enormous reproductive capacity;
    una torre de enorme altura an enormously tall tower;
    tu hijo está ya enorme your son's really huge;
    le invadía una enorme tristeza he was overcome by a great sadness
    2. Fam [excelente] great, fantastic
    * * *
    adj enormous, huge
    * * *
    enorme adj
    inmenso: enormous, huge
    enormemente adv
    * * *
    enorme adj enormous / huge

    Spanish-English dictionary > enorme

  • 3 enorme

    e'nɔrme
    adj
    enorm, riesengroß
    adjetivo
    1. [en tamaño] enorm
    2. (figurado) [en gravedad] gewaltig
    enorme
    enorme [e'norme]
    enorm; (gigantesco) gewaltig; (desmedido, extraordinario) ungeheuer

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > enorme

  • 4 enorme

    adj
    1) огро́мный; грома́дный
    2) безграни́чный; неимове́рный; невероя́тный

    su ambición es enorme — его́ честолю́бие не зна́ет грани́ц

    3) (о человеке; поступке) отврати́тельный; ме́рзкий; омерзи́тельный

    Diccionario Español-Ruso de Uso Moderno > enorme

  • 5 enorme

    БИРС > enorme

  • 6 enorme

    прил.
    1) общ. колоссальный, чрезмерный (громадный), безмерный (огромный), огромный, чудовищный
    2) разг. большущий, непочатый
    3) прост. (большой, сильный) здоровый, здоровенный

    Испанско-русский универсальный словарь > enorme

  • 7 enorme

    • colossal
    • elephantine
    • enormous
    • gargantuan
    • huge
    • immense
    • king-size
    • swingeing
    • vast

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > enorme

  • 8 enorme

    • hrozný
    • nesmírný
    • ohromný
    • strašný
    * * *
    • neslýchaný (o požadavku aj.)
    • přehnaný (o požadavku aj.)
    • přemrštěný (o požadavku aj.)

    Diccionario español-checo > enorme

  • 9 ENORME

    adj:
    Nojoch

    Diccionario Básico Español-Maya > ENORME

  • 10 enorme

    adj 1) огромен; прекален; 2) нечуван; 3) чудовищен, извратен.

    Diccionario español-búlgaro > enorme

  • 11 enorme

    adj
    1) огромный, громадный, непомерный

    Universal diccionario español-ruso > enorme

Mira otros diccionarios:

  • énorme — [ enɔrm ] adj. • 1340; lat. enormis, proprt « qui sort de la règle (norma) » 1 ♦ Qui sort des bornes habituelles, dépasse ce que l on a l habitude d observer et de juger. ⇒ anormal, démesuré, extraordinaire, monstrueux. Rencontrer d énormes… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • énorme — ÉNORME. adj. des 2 g. Démesuré, excessif en grandeur ou en grosseur. Un colosse d une grandeur énorme. [b]f♛/b] Il se dit figurément, et il ne s applique qu aux choses mauvaises. Crime énorme. Cas énorme. Faute énorme. Malice énorme. Trahison… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • enorme — ENORME. adj. de tout genre. Demesuré, excessif en grandeur, ou en grosseur. Un colosse d une grandeur enorme, d une grosseur enorme. Il se dit fig. & il ne s applique qu aux choses mauvaises. Crime enorme. cas enorme. faute enorme. malice enorme …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • enorme — et sans mesure, Enormis et hoc enorme. Images ou statues de grandeur et hauteur enorme et excessive, Enormes colossi. Qui est d enorme hauteur, Colosseus, Colossicus. Un cas enorme, Facinus arrox, Horrendum, Horridum, Nefarium, Dirum nefas,… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • enorme — adjetivo 1. (ser / estar; antepuesto / pospuesto) Que es mucho más grande de lo normal o habitual: Tenía una enorme altura. Su hijo está enorme, mucho mayor que el mío. 2. (ser / estar) Que es muy bueno o admirable: Estuvisteis enormes ayer en… …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • enorme — /e norme/ agg. [dal lat. enormis, der. di norma regola , col pref. e  ]. 1. [che oltrepassa la misura ordinaria o naturale] ▶◀ (non com.) badiale, ciclopico, colossale, gigantesco, immane, immenso, imponente, mastodontico, spropositato, [di somma …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • enorme — adj. 2 g. 1. Excessivamente grande; extraordinário; desmedido. 2.  [Figurado] Muito grave; torpe …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • enorme — (Del lat. enormis). 1. adj. Desmedido, excesivo. 2. Perverso, torpe …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • énorme — (é nor m ) adj. 1°   Qui sort des règles, des bornes ; qui est choquant ou révoltant par son excès. Une faute énorme. •   Cette énorme action, faite presque à nos yeux, Outrage la nature, et blesse jusqu aux dieux, CORN. Hor. v, 3. •   Ce crime… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • ÉNORME — adj. des deux genres Démesuré, qui excède de beaucoup la grandeur ou la grosseur accoutumée. Un colosse d une grandeur énorme. Un énorme bloc de granit.   Il se dit figurément, tant au sens physique qu au sens moral, et ordinairement en mauvaise… …   Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 7eme edition (1835)

  • ÉNORME — adj. des deux genres Qui excède de beaucoup la grandeur ou la grosseur accoutumée. Un colosse d’une grandeur énorme. Un énorme bloc de granit. Il se dit par exagération, tant au sens physique qu’au sens moral, de Tout ce qui dépasse la mesure… …   Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 8eme edition (1935)


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