Translation of demanding in Spanish:


que exige mucho, adj.

Pronunciation /dəˈmændɪŋ/ /dɪˈmɑːndɪŋ/


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    (job) que exige mucho
    (book/music) difícil
    he's a demanding teacher es un profesor exigente
    • she's a very demanding child es una niña que exige mucha atención
    • it's physically demanding es agotador
    • It is a highly complex and demanding task that requires that a number of skills be performed simultaneously.
    • Raising children is a demanding task; it requires energy and attention round the clock.
    • Should that benefactor be reading this column, I should like to point out to them that writing a weekly column for the paper can be an arduous and demanding task at times.
    • Professional ministry within congregations is often presented as an amazingly difficult and overly demanding task.
    • Our goal is not to over-saturate pilots, but allow them to develop proficiency in basic skills and then introduce more demanding tasks.
    • But don't go breathing a sigh of relief, for this is the most demanding task yet.
    • They did a fantastic job on an extremely grim and physically demanding task, and I'm very proud of what they achieved.
    • Women engage in food preparation, child rearing, carpet weaving, and other tasks within the compound, while men take care of the animals and do the physically demanding tasks.
    • Most adults are aware of their ‘personal clock’ and know their prime times for completing intellectually demanding tasks.
    • Both ultrasound and resonance measurements in crystals are very demanding in terms of sample size and preparation requirements.
    • You obviously have a very demanding training schedule, how do you stop yourself from getting run down?
    • Employees worked long hours, performing repetitive and physically demanding tasks.
    • Although the races are physically demanding, they did not only attract youngsters.
    • The temptation is to linger over these while neglecting other, more demanding tasks.
    • Despite her increasingly demanding schedule, Samantha insisted she still finds time for herself.
    • He was involved in technically demanding work for which he was plainly well qualified.
    • Increasingly, however, topics are also focused on developing more cognitively demanding academic language in the content areas.
    • She was still slender and wiry despite her demanding job teaching at Harvard University.
    • She has been an invaluable help in this very time-consuming and demanding job.
    • Although it does not involve any lines, it is a demanding role.