Más definiciones de MainDefinición de Main en:
- el diccionario Inglés británico e internacional
- Chief in size or importance: a main road the main problem is one of resourcesMás ejemplos en oraciones
principal, chief, head, leading, foremost, most important, major, ruling, dominant, central, focal, key, prime, master, premier, primary, first, first-line, fundamental, supreme, predominant, (most) prominent, preeminent, paramount, overriding, cardinal, crucial, critical, pivotal, salient, elemental, essential, staple
- With the forthcoming London mayoral elections in June, the three main candidates have thrown their hats into the ring.
- The only way out is the one and only main gate.
- I wandered about, and sat for a while in the main choir listening to the organ.
sustantivoVolver al principio
- 1A principal pipe carrying water or gas to buildings, or taking sewage from them: a faulty gas mainMás ejemplos en oraciones
- It was also delivering water to the camp, where many mains and sewage pipes are broken.
- Numerous leaks have developed from broken water pipes and mains.
- There were reports of broken water and gas mains around northern Kyushu, and bullet trains and other railways and subways suspended operations, but later resumed running.
- 1.1British A principal cable carrying electricity.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- Faulks said the alarm was not properly connected to electrical mains and would have had to rely on a back-up battery even if switched on.
by main force
- Through sheer strength.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- The point of the author is that the accursed sons are trying to claim the blessing given to Shem by main force, as though power and strength are our salvation.
- The initial reflex of the regime was to do what it has always done, i.e. crushing the slightest show of opposition by main force.
- And then we shall henceforth decide by main force what truth and goodness shall be.
in the main
- On the whole; chiefly.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- The food itself, even though important, is, in the main, a way of coalescing social life.
- The Church was vibrant, tolerant and its priests were in the main, hard working.
- These, in the main, are young people committing offences against other young people.
Middle English: from Old English mægen 'physical force', reinforced by Old Norse meginn, megn 'strong, powerful', both from a Germanic base meaning 'have power'.
- 1 • historical A match between fighting cocks.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- At a big cockfight main with Massa Lea early during the 1824 season, Uncle Mingo heard from an old trainer he had known for years that a hackfight was due to be held that coming Saturday afternoon behind the large barn of a local plantation.
late 16th century: probably from the phrase main chance.