Translation of heroically in Spanish:


heroicamente, adv.

Pronunciation /həˈroʊəkli/ /hɪˈrəʊɪkli/


  • 1

    • We see firefighters heroically battling a blaze.
    • The bystanders heroically rescued her from under a school bus.
    • The Assembly heroically defied the government once again and rejected the two bills.
    • Some landlords attempted to reassert forced labor dues, which the peasants heroically resisted.
    • They heroically defended the freedom of their homeland.
    • The 34-year-old mother of two heroically confronted the gunman and averted an even greater massacre.
    • He became the first person in over two decades to be awarded the Victoria Cross after he heroically saved the lives of his comrades in two separate incidents.
    • Without adequate doctors, medical facilities, and transportation, the clergymen heroically struggle to save lives and ease the pain of the victims.
    • A 28-year-old employee heroically attempted to keep thugs from robbing her store.
    • The elite group of airmen heroically fought in World War II.
  • 2

    • Comprising three three-hour plays, it is heroically ambitious and wildly uneven.
    • I drove east on the heroically built old French ski runs.
    • Elections used to be heroically corrupt.
    • If they were heroically cursed, this loss of a superstar to a nearby rival would have caused the Rangers to win a World Series.
    • It was heroically daft and had the crowd laughing happily in the sunshine.
    • As a dancer, he was heroically proportioned.
    • The heroically scaled foyer is an attempt to recreate the glamour and escapism of old cinemas.
    • This heroically scaled space has been transformed into a reading room and library.
    • He is best known these days for his heroically scaled figurative paintings.
    • The set designer has stripped the stage bare and draped it with heroically scaled posters.