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congruous Saltos de línea: con|gru¦ous
Pronunciación: /ˈkɒŋɡrʊəs/

Definición de congruous en inglés:


In agreement or harmony: this explanation is congruous with earlier observations
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • These things look great fun to fly - their pilots wave from open cockpits and wiggle their wings raffishly - but they look as graceful and congruous as goats on skateboards.
  • And our previous name and layout wasn't congruous with what we were doing.
  • In the end process any theory on the acquisition or evolution of language must not only offer a model on how we process language, it must be congruous with how we process music.


Late 16th century: from Latin congruus, from congruere 'agree' (see congruent), + -ous.



Pronunciación: /kənˈɡruːɪti/
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • The recorded commentaries struck a fine congruity between historical details and interesting human insights into what had happened in those resplendent rooms.
  • In an age when a Catholic leader and writer strikes a note of congruity, one is more shocked than pleased.
  • Yet it is a mistake to interpret the current close alliance as a congruity of interests.


Pronunciación: /ˈkɒŋɡrʊəsli/
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Of particular note is the ingenious use of CGI throughout the features, blended so congruously into the animation that you barely notice its presence.
  • A heavy shellac gives an overall luminescence to the work and the only congruously identifying factor is his intricate use of linearity.
  • The importance of the housing market in Florida is congruously affected by the growing mortgage business in the state presently.

Palabras que riman con congruous

superfluous • vacuous

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