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prodigious Saltos de línea: pro|di¦gious
Pronunciación: /prəˈdɪdʒəs/

Definición de prodigious en inglés:

adjetivo

1Remarkably or impressively great in extent, size, or degree: the stove consumed a prodigious amount of fuel her memory was prodigious
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It was obviously a big blow, but we have a prodigious amount of young talent at this club and it will give somebody else a chance to come in and fill his shoes.
  • His own prodigious creative talent was fuelled by the stuff of the everyday.
  • This process, as can be seen by the previous Lexington example, burns a prodigious amount of fuel.
Sinónimos
enormous, huge, colossal, immense, vast, great, massive, gigantic, mammoth, tremendous, considerable, substantial, large, sizeable, inordinate, monumental, mighty, gargantuan;
amazing, astonishing, astounding, staggering, stunning, marvellous, remarkable, wonderful, phenomenal, terrific, miraculous, impressive, striking, startling, sensational, spectacular, extraordinary, exceptional, breathtaking, incredible, unbelievable, unusual
British informal ginormous
literary wondrous
2 archaic Unnatural or abnormal: rumours of prodigious happenings, such as monstrous births
Sinónimos
unnatural, monstrous, grotesque, abnormal

Derivados

prodigiously
Pronunciación: /prəˈdɪdʒəsli/
adverbio
[as submodifier]: a prodigiously gifted artist
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Apart from squandering the resources of a prodigiously gifted cast, the film's greatest shortcoming must be its inability to generate the merest scintilla of dramatic tension around its central narrative thread.
  • How Roberts, a prodigiously gifted schoolboy, ended up pursuing a life of crime is a book in itself.
  • What is even more remarkable to physicists is the fact that this prodigiously powerful computing device has developed through biological evolution, with all of its apparent uncertainties and redundancies.
prodigiousness
Pronunciación: /prəˈdɪdʒəsnəs/
sustantivo
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • In fact, youthful prodigiousness is the leading edge of a wider cultural preoccupation with early high performance in our meritocratic era.
  • With a fabulous makeover that would make Rikki Lake jealous, Caswell leads the new toy Machine with prodigiousness, ATV-ability, and an unrufflable good nature.
  • This prodigiousness may come as a surprise to those familiar with Prewitt's work.

Origen

Late 15th century (in the sense 'portentous'): from Latin prodigiosus, from prodigium 'portent' (see prodigy).

Palabras que riman con prodigious

irreligious, litigious, prestigious, religious, sacrilegious
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