Translation of formidable in Spanish:

formidable

Pronunciation: /ˈfɔːrmədəbəl; fɔːrˈmɪdəbəl; ˈfɔːmɪdəbəl; fɔːˈmɪdəbəl/

adj

  • [task/rock-face] imponente; [problem/obstacle] tremendo; [achievement/courage] extraordinario, monumental, formidable; [opponent/enemy] temible she's a formidable lady es una mujer que impone she has a formidable temper tiene un genio tremendo or impresionante
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    • Whoever it was, they have assembled a formidable array of talent and spent a lot of money.
    • Pittodrie presently holds one of the most formidable fear factors in the Premierleague.
    • What we do know is that she has a formidable mind, powerful admirers and a yellow plastic digger on her desk.

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