Translation of fierce in Spanish:


fiero, adj.

Pronunciation /fɪrs/ /fɪəs/

Definition of fiero in Spanish

adjective fiercer, fiercest

  • 1

    (dog/lion) fiero
    (dog/lion) feroz
    (glance/tone) feroz
    (glance/tone) furibundo
    (temper) feroz
    (temper) temible
    • For hundreds of years, in our mind at least, the tiger was a fierce, aggressive, dangerous and invincible animal.
    • It will be a closely fought and fierce battle but I hope it does.
    • Several fierce battles were fought between the two camps.
    • Angry miners fought fierce battles with police and security forces on the streets of the Polish capital Warsaw at the end of July.
    • I noticed that land was only about one hundred yards away, but there was a fierce battle being fought.
    • Later, they fight fierce battles against each other as each tries to reach a vital bridge first.
    • The battles had been fierce, but Allison continued to find herself astonished at how the two societies went to war.
    • The communities that play can display fierce and irrational rivalries.
    • The sounds of the fierce battle reverberated throughout the city as dawn broke.
    • The sounds of the fierce battle reverberated throughout the city as dawn broke.
    • Some 300 people were trapped inside as police fought a fierce 45-minute long gun battle.
    • She was a ferocious, fierce soldier, one who would go far.
    • I can understand how he feels, I'm taken aback, to say the least, by this fierce display of fighting ability that I never imagined Milon capable of.
    • At least you're fierce and aggressive now in your anger.
    • There is fierce competition, particularly for city centre properties, and it is not unusual for whole developments to be sold before the first brick is laid.
    • Anti-monarchist rebels bombed the police base a, triggering a fierce exchange of fire.
    • Such claims have, inevitably, produced a fierce response from the nuclear industry.
    • One view sees development as a fierce process, with much blood, sweat and tears - a world in which wisdom demands toughness.
    • The reality is that the centaur race is marked in myth as particularly war like and fierce.
    • Not a particularly fierce fighter but the river was strewn with rocks and boulders and was running quite fast too.
  • 2

    (hatred/love) intenso
    (hatred/love) violento
    (fighting/battle) encarnizado
    (criticism/opposition/attack) violento
    (criticism/opposition/attack) virulento
    (defender/opponent) acérrimo
    they are fierce enemies son enemigos encarnizados
    • It breeds fierce loyalty from its local skiers.
    • The decision came despite fierce opposition from local people, hundreds of whom signed petitions and wrote letters to the company demanding the counter remain open.
    • They are two of the biggest housing schemes seen in York for years - and they have attracted fierce opposition from local residents.
    • Many local councils have been slow to establish more suitable sites - often because of fierce opposition from local people.
    • The trials have provoked fierce opposition from local people, particularly organic farmers and beekeepers who fear for their livelihood.
    • You therefore pursue your objectives with a fierce intensity and are prepared to commit yourself deeply and readily.
    • As a result, she pursues her objectives with a fierce intensity that will not let go of things.
    • ‘I have claim to her life,’ he said with fierce intensity.
    • When I'd broken down, which hadn't happened often but when it did it hit with fierce intensity, she'd been there for me, comforting me in the dark.
    • He was a man of intense feelings and fierce hates.
    • It is a region known for fierce loyalty to hundreds of local sports teams, and local rivalry is considered a virtue.
    • Their defeats could be directly attributed to the lack of his fierce aggression and quiet, shrewd leadership.
    • She thinks that that training is the source of the fierce concentration she displays on stage.
    • People that transcend their class background often have this dynamism, but sometimes also display a fierce pride that can feel like anger.
    • The trust obtained planning permission for the pay and display equipment despite fierce objections to the scheme by councillors.
    • ‘So,’ he started, his voice fierce, ‘I guess it's okay for you to converse with me now that no one's around, huh?’
    • ‘Never doubt,’ he whispered, his voice fierce, yet tender.
    • He looked away, and the shadows made his face fierce and remote.
    • Cool hands lacing fingers with hers, his kiss fierce yet tender, passionate, and fulfilling.
    • Nathan warned, his tone fierce and warning; more so than Lisa had ever heard him use before.
  • 3

    (storm) violento
    (wind) fortísimo
    the fierce tropical sun beat down el implacable sol del trópico caía a plomo
    • Their vegetation, mostly scrub pine, is noticeably weathered from the fierce storms that punish this area.
    • While returning home to their farm, a fierce rain and wind storm catches them on the water and the boat capsizes, threatening to drown them both.
    • But in the face of fierce weather and conditions, and very young crew, that plane crashed.
    • Along the way, they encountered hostile forces, fierce weather and a formidable landscape.
    • It's strange how you adapt to such fierce weather conditions, in fact it's an amazing experience.
    • However, fierce weather postponed plans to escort him off the isle until later in the week.
    • The weather has turned cold with fierce showers that pelt like hail.
    • The experts see the work as challenging because of the strong currents and fierce storms.
    • Gently pulling the sweatshirt over my head, I stepped out and into the fierce weather and it only took a few minutes before I was fully drenched.
    • Before they could haul in the nets a fierce storm came up and swept them to destruction.
    • Warm water provides fuel for tropical storms to increase strength and become fierce hurricanes.
    • Pretty soon, the light drizzle became a fierce downpour.
    • How could something so thin, so frail and delicate, have been strong enough to withstand that fierce storm last night?
    • Scientists told the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee last Wednesday that global warming will result in more fierce hurricanes in the future.
    • In January 2001, the road was swept away in a fierce storm.
    • However, I can already hear the thunder and lightning unleashing the fierce storm of the year.
    • No sooner had they done so than a fierce storm arose stranding them on the island for two weeks.
    • I hustled to get into the cab and out of the fierce storm.
    • The rain was fierce and the windshield wipers swept frantic.
    • Most days, the large columns that supported the high walls of the shopping center shielded the market from the sun's rays or fierce rains or winds.
    • The wind abruptly grew fierce and both of them awakened from their stupor to steady themselves.