Translation of major in Spanish:
- 1 [breakthrough/change/contribution/cause/client] muy importante; [setback] serio; [revision] a fondo; [illness] grave she is at a major disadvantage está en franca desventaja a problem of major importance un problema de la mayor or de enorme importancia a major issue un asunto de gran or de fundamental importancia all major credit cards accepted se aceptan las principales tarjetas de crédito we're talking major bucks here (American English/inglés norteamericano) [slang/argot] es un dineral, es un montón de guita [slang/argot], es un platal or (Spain/España) un pastón or (Mexico/México) un lanón [colloquial/familiar] I'm talking major disaster es un desastre con D mayúscula [colloquial/familiar]Example sentences
- One major obstacle in recruitment, however, is beyond the military's control.
- It is the first major film the Star Wars actor, from Crieff, has made in the town where he got his first theatrical break.
- The modern Games, and many other major sports festivals, follow a similar format.
- Since then, 48 nations have now signed this treaty, including all the major industrialized countries.
- Dealing with change is one of the major problems in Europe, if not the major one.
- Huge demonstrations in the capital city of his major ally would not be good for the image.
- 2 [Music/Música] [key/scale] mayor B/C major si/do mayorExample sentences
- The E-flat transposition (down a major sixth) easily can be accomplished by reading the part as if written in bass clef up one octave.
- The tension generated throughout the work by the collision of major and minor thirds is left clearly unresolved in these closing bars.
- I can still remember the effect of his G major sonata, a decade after the concert.
- The Symphony consists of only three movements - a pathetic Allegro in D minor, a highly original Scherzo in the same key, and a blissful Adagio in E major.
- Brahms' Trio in B was the subject of the composer's re-write, following the composition and publication of his later trios in C major and C minor.
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