Hay 3 definiciones de titanic en inglés:

titanic1

Silabificación: ti·tan·ic
Pronunciación: /tīˈtanik
 
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adjetivo

Of exceptional strength, size, or power: a series of titanic explosions
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Wilson depicted the struggles of African Americans with a lyrical beauty and captured the lives of those who lived on the edges of the society with a dignity that was worthy of the titanic power of any character in Greek drama.
  • For instance, unless an effective Museum of the Deep comes up, the titanic power of the ocean will again become a fading memory in most people's minds.
  • This symbolised the titanic battle between the powers of good and evil.
Sinónimos

Origen

mid 17th century (in the sense 'relating to the sun'): from Greek titanikos, from Titan (see Titan).

Derivativos

titanically

Pronunciación: /-ik(ə)lē/
adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In the two stories and one novella, human passions become frighteningly, titanically powerful.
  • I doubt if there was a room anywhere in the world that night with more titanically lusted-after people in it.
  • Tim pointed out that the wine list was titanically overpriced and deeply unimaginative.

Hay 3 definiciones de titanic en inglés:

titanic2

Silabificación: ti·tan·ic
Pronunciación: /tīˈtanik
 
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adjetivo

Chemistry
Of titanium with a valence of four; of titanium(IV). Compare with titanous.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It has been permitted to form a joint venture for the manufacture of synthetic rutyl and titanic dioxide.

Origen

early 19th century: from titanium + -ic.

Hay 3 definiciones de titanic en inglés:

Titanic3

Silabificación: Ti·tan·ic
Pronunciación: /tīˈtanik
 
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A British passenger liner, the largest ship in the world when it was built and supposedly unsinkable, that struck an iceberg in the North Atlantic on its maiden voyage in April 1912 and sank with the loss of 1,490 lives.

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