Translation of amorphous in Spanish:


amorfo, adj.

Pronunciation /əˈmɔrfəs/ /əˈmɔːfəs/


  • 1

    (mass/style) amorfo
    • Stretched along the umbrella's base, a large, pale gray, amorphous shape could be a shadow, a sack or a lifeless body.
    • Elsewhere, amorphous biological shapes remind you of transplant organs on life-support machines, or the literal ‘test-tube’ babies.
    • Her third work, a video performance, depicts him performing as an old man, whittling an amorphous shape.
    • After the amorphous shape was noted and identified by the faithful as an image of Mary, that particular sprinkler head - and only that one - was closed off so that no one could suggest the mundane reasons for the stain.
    • The cryptic little icons surrounding the figure include clusters of rather phallic winged hearts, a hand that reaches into the picture from beyond the frame and an amorphous red shape emblazoned with a white cross.
    • It gradually changed color to a dull, dark hue and then finally into a less formed white, amorphous shape, before disappearing altogether.
    • Here an organized coil of thick nickel cable is able to stand on its side, while loose lengths of thinner wire assume increasingly amorphous shapes.
    • When such is the case, the beam projected will be highly diffused and of amorphous shape, indicating that it's being bounced off the side of the bore.
    • Within the transparency, amorphous shapes glowed a pinkish grey, punctuated with darker, circular masses.
    • Sometimes, that's the only way to get an amorphous blob into shape.
    • Indeed her mysterious motifs and amorphous shapes are grounded in the physical - the human presence in many of her works is at times overwhelming.
    • At first they were just amorphous multicolored shapes that would vanish spontaneously when confronted.
    • Several drawings depict forms that have the amorphous shapes of sea life such as hydras and jellyfish.
    • Where the paint takes over, it creates amorphous shapes that remain on the surface of the canvas.
    • I just sat and watched amorphous shapes going past through the warped glass.
    • Apart from these clearly definable shapes, the orbicular elements were generally amorphous.
    • This repeated approach gets messed up with the layering of gestural elements and, surprisingly, areas that looks like they could be a tiny skyscapes or a shadow of the amorphous forms floating over the black backgrounds.
    • Not only is it totally misshapen for meat, pretty much an amorphous blob, taking on a slight tear-drop shape, but it's also connected up to an array of tubes, each slowly pumping various fluids into it.
    • They were amorphous blobs of darkness that shifted between three shapes.
    • The room was darkly lit and the amorphous silhouettes littered about in the shadows made it claustrophobic.
    • While this gives much-needed structure to the seemingly amorphous mass that was the British empire, it does require some patience to keep aloft the various intellectual spheres juggled by the author.
    • Generally, when people describe systemic sexism, they refer to an amorphous, unspoken structure in the workplace and an old boys' club dominating the corporate world.
    • Some of my favorite albums in recent memory used exotic instruments, indecipherable lyrics, and amorphous structures to create a sublime aura of the unreal.
    • The National Theatre of Scotland is a scheme without precedent, an organisation that will be neither a building nor a company but an amorphous commissioning body.
    • International law is one of the most amorphous bodies of law out there.
    • In fact, the organizers, an amorphous collection of individuals, groups and organizations, had hoped that possibly 30,000 would participate.
    • With this powerful knowledge, we now look at consumers as individuals, not huge amorphous groups of potential buyers.
    • They were not individuals, but an amorphous mass, a group of so-called queue jumpers.
    • It is undoubtedly a daring attempt to generate a real sense of urbanity and human focus in the spiritual desert of the amorphous North American suburb.
    • Ponds, however, have an amorphous structure, whereas neural networks have a discrete structure based on prior learning.
    • This chapter rejects this approach and focuses on the cultural and commercial exchanges between an amorphous Europe and the societies to its east.
    • The sociology of music remains a somewhat amorphous subdiscipline, with no very clear lines of demarcation between sociology, social anthropology, and ethnomusicology.
    • I have never known a country so amorphous and yet so self contained, so individual.
    • Therefore, he repeatedly undercuts his real basis of power precisely by figuring as the leader of an amorphous mass.
    • If they want to get their message across, antiglobalization forces must unite and search for leaders currently lost in the sea of a violent, amorphous mob.
    • Attempting to answer it by using saber-rattling to attack an amorphous axis of enemies is a great failure of leadership.
    • And we take them as individuals, not as an amorphous mass.
    • This predictably led to a discussion of that vague, amorphous entity called the audience.
    • The war effort was built upon volunteer companies and the amorphous state militias behind them.
    • Feature films are not just testimonials - they need a shape - and this film is conspicuously amorphous.
  • 2

    (rock/mineral) amorfo
    • Consequently, the formerly crystalline solid becomes amorphous.
    • If the solution is cooled quickly, the molecules are frozen where they are, forming a glass-like amorphous solid.
    • Silica exists in several crystalline forms, in a large number of colloidal forms, and as an amorphous solid.
    • It exists in three allotropic forms: a silvery white metal; a yellow, crystalline solid; and an amorphous black powder.
    • The majority of the head is infilled with an amorphous mineral deposit, obscuring the rest of the internal and ventral structures.