Translation of gravity in Spanish:

gravity

Pronunciation: /ˈgrævəti/

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  • 1 [Phys] gravedad (f) the force of gravity la fuerza de la gravedad
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    • Certainly, every type of matter we have ever encountered feels the attractive force of gravity.
    • Physics has found only four forces in nature: gravity, electromagnetism, weak nuclear, and strong nuclear.
    • Objects exert a force of gravity because they have mass and the more mass they have the stronger the force of gravity they exert.
  • 2 2.1 (seriousness) gravedad (f) 2.2 (of person, expression) gravedad (f), circunspección (f)
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    • An air of gravity and solemnity pervaded the president's remarks as a stunned nation listened by radio.
    • He exuded dignity and gravity and he was courteous to counsel and witnesses alike.
    • He played this part with gravity and dignity, and in an understated style which set off the flamboyant persona of Henry VIII.

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