Definición de florid en inglés:

florid

Silabificación: flor·id
Pronunciación: /ˈflôrid, ˈflär-
 
 
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adjetivo

  • 1Having a red or flushed complexion: a stout man with a florid face
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    • He was a great big fellow with a florid complexion and blue eyes, and was utterly devoid of fear, nothing that came in his direction being too hot for him to handle.
    • His features and florid complexion are all too familiar to readers of The Sunday Times, where he provides the savoury delights in the restaurant pages of Style magazine.
    • Think of high blood pressure - or hypertension as doctors call it - and you probably think headaches, dizzy spells and a florid complexion.
    Sinónimos
  • 3 Medicine (Of a disease or its manifestations) occurring in a fully developed form: florid symptoms of psychiatric disorder
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    • Or they may come with, or deteriorate by rapidly developing, florid pneumonia or septicaemia with multi-organ failure and die in spite of the usual treatments.
    • To our knowledge, this is the first reported case in which florid parvovirus infection and subsequent recovery was documented by sequential bone marrow examination.
    • These were associated with florid acute inflammation, including microabscesses, an indication of the acute nature and severity of the process.

Derivativos

floridity

Pronunciación: /fləˈridətē/
sustantivo
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  • Hirst's speech was notable not only for its floridity.
  • In the furious first movement, Vivaldi unleashes these and other afflictions to music of staggering floridity.

floridly

adverbio
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  • The lost art of well-jumping, an odyssey with the best mango in India as its objective, a Corbett-inspired episode starring a man-eating tiger - these could be seen either as images natural to the story, or as floridly exotic elements.
  • The film doesn't stint in showing us the results of these dark deeds; while the imagery isn't floridly splattery it doesn't mask things in shadows either.
  • The young man, floridly mad, believed that he had been cheated by his family of an inheritance that would have made him extremely rich.

floridness

sustantivo
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  • By combining the arch floridness of Victorian prose with a present-tense, subtly ironic style, Gray has created a distinctive voice.

Origen

mid 17th century: from Latin floridus, from flos, flor- 'flower'.

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