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massive

Pronunciation: /ˈmæsɪv/

Translation of massive in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • [wall/façade] sólido, macizo; [support/increase/task] enorme, grande; [heart attack/overdose] masivo
    Example sentences
    • It has a heavy skull and a massive neck, and it is also by far the shortest-legged and least cursorial canid.
    • The heavy and massive furniture seems doomed to remain anchored to its designated space.
    • Heating pipes ran under the house - massive things lagged with heavy brown felt.
    Example sentences
    • While the great powers were spending massive amounts of money on weapons and germ warfare, children were dying of starvation in many lands.
    • For now, of course, it's reserved for those with massive amounts of money.
    • Not only will campus bars lose massive amounts of money if they are dry, but they will be far less successful as venues for musical acts.
    Example sentences
    • Those are patients with suspected heart attacks, massive bleeding, and serious head injuries.
    • One man was taken seriously ill after suffering a massive asthma attack following building work at flats.
    • Sadly, that was no use to my beloved mother who died recently - in Scotland - from a massive heart attack, while on a waiting list for heart surgery.

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