Traducción de coarseness en español:


lo grueso, n.

Pronunciación /ˈkɔrsnəs/ /ˈkɔːsnəs/

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  • 1

    (of sand, mesh) lo grueso
    (of cloth) lo burdo
    (of wine) aspereza femenino
    (of features) tosquedad femenino
    • Each ingredient is scrubbed, pared, polished into a tiny jewel, all coarseness fined away.
    • Hair texture is measured by the degree of fineness or coarseness of your hair, which varies according to the diameter of each individual hair.
    • His features are not distinguished; they are heavy and even to the point of coarseness.
    • Depending on hair coarseness, it takes 5-15 minutes to dissolve the hair, which you simply wash away.
    • The decoration covers everything and is simpler than before, giving the impression of coarseness.
    • You can hear the slow vibrato and the coarseness of open strings - and then the best song, for me, begins.
    • Skin, hair coloring and coarseness of hair are all factors in how many treatments are needed.
    • The coarseness of her voice gratified me.
    • This really depends on different factors such as hair color, the coarseness of the hair and the type of the skin.
    • Depending on the coarseness of the hair and whether it is dry or damaged, use a moisturizing shampoo adjusted to the current condition of the hair.
    • Although Jarnot delayed his arrival to Washington by two days to combat the flu, vocal coarseness was seldom heard in his full program of songs by Wagner, Liszt, and Duparc.
    • The details of the ornamentation are obscured by the coarseness of the silicification on some specimens.
    • Joy likens the house to a geode, the coarseness of the rough steel exterior contrasting with the refinement of the interior.
    • They were drinkable, but their coarseness soon jaded the palate.
    • And he points out that the monitoring of hurricane winds today has a coarseness of about 5 miles per hour.
    • Prolonged hot weather in the later stages of development may not only retard growth but result in an undesirable strong flavor and coarseness in the roots.
    • The spacing of magnetic lines of force due to the coarseness of the shavings represents the saturation capacity of the shaving grains, which again is conditioned by their size.
    • Different species have different density and coarseness of baleen due to their different food sources.
    • Observers ' identification of sex did not correlate with their ratings of chubbiness or coarseness or delicateness of features or with the babies ' gestation or birth weight.
    • The fieldlike pattern was robust against changes in the hoarding parameters, the coarseness of the grid, and the climate parameters.
    • Sandpaper Know-How: Sandpaper comes in a range of grit or coarseness.
    • Texture: imaged objects display some degree of coarseness or smoothness.
    • The pits on the Texas specimens are often partially or completely obscured by the coarseness of the silicification.
    • By adjusting these elements, you can set the desired coarseness of your flour.
    • This will sand out all the coarseness left by the grinding grit.
    • At the same time this coarseness of taste did not blunt his intellectual sagacity.
    • He sensed, rather than felt, the coarseness of the cane chair beneath his hand, the hardness of the ring on his finger.
    • The breads varied in fiber, protein, water, and fat content as well as coarseness.
    • Feeling its coarseness he squealed with delight.
    • Slightly longer than tall, he has a coat of moderate length and coarseness with coloring that offers variety and individuality in each specimen.
    • The properties obtained subsequently depend on the coarseness of the pearlite and ferrite and their relative distribution.
    • The coarseness of the ingredients will wash the dead cell when you remove the mixture from face.
    • Intriguingly, the tensile strengths of the mutant and wild type fibres were very similar which means that decreased coarseness was not achieved at the expense of strength.
    • Facies B2 was probably deposited in an upper to middle shoreface setting as suggested by the low depth of the storm-related structures and the coarseness of the deposits.
    • The coarseness of the silicification tends to distort the reticulae.
    • The boundary between these domains is parallel to the membrane plane and moves upwards when the coarseness increases.
    • Besides grating cheese, my wife likes the coarseness for grating zucchini and carrots for baking.
    • Indeed, for well defined dynamical domains, changing the coarseness does not modify significantly its definition.
    • The sandpaper is stacked in the kit in order of grit coarseness - sometimes the grit number gets cut off.
    • Changing the coarseness from 20 to 40 drastically modifies the domain definition of the central region of the Ca-ATPase.
    • Because he's from America, where Styrofoam is considered to be luxurious, everything has a coarseness to the touch.
  • 2

    (of person, manners)
    tosquedad femenino
    ordinariez femenino
    • In place of the well-turned, feline exchanges of Versailles, there is a certain coarseness.
    • Sadly, decency has been replaced in great measure by coarseness hence the absence of remorse or contrition.
    • Many mistakenly associate the blues with coarseness or political subservience.
    • Sancho, too, despite his coarseness, is endearingly innocent.
    • I did not like the sentimental coarseness of Mr. Grattan's speech.
    • Alas, the wild youth, morally suborned by the coarseness of his adventures in America, abandons the innocent Ruth.
    • There is, for instance, a coarseness in the earl, who delights in speaking of his adultery.
    • We have coarseness, lack of refinement, even brutality.
    • A certain coarseness pervades the book, from the crude characterisation to the infantile wish-fulfilment, right down to the playground profanity.
    • The very last question from the audience during this session was about the increasing coarseness of political discourse.
    • This version also pinpoints the emotional coarseness in smart salons.
    • In regard to its meanings, it indicates lowness, coarseness, or commonplace mentality.
    • Yeah, he's a great character, but taking him to a foreign country only exacerbates his coarseness without revealing any redeeming values.
    • In his youth he was both mesmerised and embarrassed by the coarseness of the music.
    • Eventually he left the newspaper, after being criticized for the obscurity of his poetry and the coarseness of his language.
    • Thanks to television, swearing and coarseness have become far more commonplace in our lives.
    • She could not bear a shadow of coarseness.
    • Instead he relies on brutality, scatological humour and a pervasive aura of coarseness.
    • There is an increasing coarseness to life.
    • It makes Will and Viola stand out as islands of refinement and nobility in a sea of coarseness.