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hale 1

American English: /heɪl/
British English: /heɪl/

adjective

  • [literary] hale and hearty
    (fuerte) como un roble
    con una salud de hierro
    Example sentences
    • He looks at you and sees you're hale and hearty, he'll say, go home, don't bother, don't do anything until you find something like a loss of appetite, weight loss and so on, then come back to me…
    • Pray that those around you are hale and hearty because then only can you live happily and peacefully.
    • I know it will be better with the distraction of new kitties in the house but I simply can't welcome the additions until Dr. Susan tells me they are hale and hearty.

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hale 2

transitive verb

  • (American English) he was haled into her office
    lo llevaron a rastras hasta su oficina
    Example sentences
    • Before I could say anything I felt myself being dragged, somehow I managed to grab Tori's shirt haling him to his feet, and dragging him along behind me.
    • Tomorrow he will be haled before a court for his crimes.
    • In any case, the death of Pelléas is a crude murder by a crazed enemy, whose depravity has already been manifest in the horrendous scene in which Golaud hales Mélisande up and down by the hair of her lovely head.

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