Sinónimos de strong en inglés:

strong


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1‘a big strong farmer's lad’

SINÓNIMOS
powerful, muscular, brawny, well built, powerfully built, strapping, sturdy, hefty, burly, meaty, robust, fit, athletic, vigorous, tough, rugged
stalwart, staunch, mighty, hardy
lusty, Herculean, strong as an horse, strong as an lion, strong as an ox
coloquial beefy, hunky, husky, ripped, shredded
Norteamericano coloquial buff
EEUU coloquial jacked
ANTÓNIMOS

weak, puny

2‘she hasn't been strong since Father's death’

SINÓNIMOS
well, healthy, in good health, fit, fighting fit, robust, vigorous, blooming, thriving, bursting with health, in rude health, hale, hale and hearty, hearty, in good shape, in excellent shape, in good condition, in good trim, in fine fettle, sound, sound in body and limb
coloquial in the pink, fit as a fiddle, in tip-top condition
ANTÓNIMOS

frail

3‘the position demands a person of strong character’

SINÓNIMOS
forceful, determined, spirited, dynamic, self-assertive, tough, tenacious, high-powered, formidable, aggressive, redoubtable, zealous, firm, resolute, strong-minded
coloquial gutsy, feisty
ANTÓNIMOS

weak

4‘a strong fortress surrounded by a moat’

SINÓNIMOS
secure, well built, indestructible, well fortified, well defended, well protected, impregnable, impenetrable, inviolable, unassailable, fortress-like
solid

5‘strong cotton bags’

SINÓNIMOS
durable, hard-wearing, heavy-duty, tough, sturdy, well made, substantial, solid, rugged
resistant, resilient, imperishable, indestructible, long-lasting, enduring
ANTÓNIMOS

weak

6‘a strong breeze’

SINÓNIMOS
forceful, powerful, vigorous, fierce, intense, extreme
ANTÓNIMOS

gentle

7‘a strong interest in literary activities’

SINÓNIMOS
keen, eager, deep, acute, dedicated, passionate, fervent, zealous

8‘he still retained strong feelings for the woman’

SINÓNIMOS
intense, forceful, vehement, passionate, ardent, fervent, fervid, profound, deep-seated
consuming, extreme, acute, fierce
literario perfervid, passional

9‘a strong supporter of the women's movement’

SINÓNIMOS
keen, eager, enthusiastic, earnest, dedicated, staunch, loyal, steadfast, passionate, fierce, fervent

10‘there are strong arguments for introducing grants’

SINÓNIMOS
compelling, cogent, forceful, powerful, potent, weighty, convincing, plausible, effective, efficacious, sound, valid, well founded, telling
impressive, persuasive, influential, authoritative
ANTÓNIMOS

weak, unconvincing

11‘there was a need to take strong action’

SINÓNIMOS
firm, forceful, severe, strict, drastic, extreme, draconian

12‘she bore a very strong resemblance to Vera’

SINÓNIMOS
marked, noticeable, pronounced, distinct, definite, clear-cut, obvious, evident, unmistakable, notable
ANTÓNIMOS

slight

13‘a strong voice’

SINÓNIMOS
loud, powerful, forceful, lusty, stentorian, resonant, sonorous, orotund, full, rich, deep, booming, penetrating, carrying, clear
strident
coloquial fruity
marginal canorous
ANTÓNIMOS

quiet, weak

14‘he didn't like strong language’

SINÓNIMOS
bad, foul, obscene, profane, blasphemous

15‘strong blues and yellows’

SINÓNIMOS
intense, deep, rich, warm, bright, brilliant, vivid, striking, colourful, graphic
ANTÓNIMOS

pale

16‘the strong lights of the studio’

SINÓNIMOS
bright, brilliant, intense, radiant, gleaming, dazzling, glaring

17‘strong black coffee’

SINÓNIMOS
concentrated, undiluted, highly flavoured
ANTÓNIMOS

weak, mild

18‘slices of strong cheese’

SINÓNIMOS
highly flavoured, strongly flavoured, flavourful, flavoursome, savoury, pungent, aromatic, piquant, tangy, sharp, biting, zesty, spicy, hot
marginal flavorous, sapid
ANTÓNIMOS

mild

19‘he would have blown his money on horses and strong drink’

SINÓNIMOS
alcoholic, intoxicating, inebriating, hard, heady, potent, stiff, spirituous, vinous, intoxicant
ANTÓNIMOS

non-alcoholic, soft