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rigor1 British & World English

A sudden feeling of cold with shivering accompanied by a rise in temperature, often with copious sweating, especially at the onset or height of a fever

rigor2 British & World English

US spelling of rigour.

rigour British & World English

The quality of being extremely thorough and careful

rigor in rigour British & World English

The quality of being extremely thorough and careful

rigor mortis British & World English

Stiffening of the joints and muscles of a body a few hours after death, usually lasting from one to four days

rigor English-Spanish

rigor m

rigor Spanish-English

rigor*

rigor mortis English-Spanish

rigidez f cadavérica

rigor mortis Spanish-English

rigor mortis

en rigor in rigor Spanish-English

strictly speaking

the rigor(s) of army life in rigor English-Spanish

los rigores de la vida militar

los criterios se aplicarán con rigor in rigor Spanish-English

the criteria will be rigorously, the criteria will be applied with rigor

después de la ceremonia, las fotos de rigor in rigor Spanish-English

after the ceremony there were the inevitable

en estos casos se aplicará todo el rigor de la ley in aplicar Spanish-English

in such cases the full weight of the law will be brought to bear