Translation of muscular in Spanish:

muscular

Pronunciation: /ˈmʌskjələr; ˈmʌskjʊlə(r)/

adj

  • 1.1 [arms/body/build] musculoso
    More example sentences
    • Polar bears have a heavy stout body with strong muscular legs and well-developed neck muscles.
    • He has a sturdy build with strikingly muscular hands and chiseled features.
    • He's well-built, lean and muscular, but in my dream he's wearing a tutu and tights.
    1.2 [strain/contraction] muscular
    More example sentences
    • Hearty laughter increases heart rate, blood pressure and respiratory rate, and muscular activity.
    • Neuromuscular signs, mainly referring to muscular tension, were also documented.
    • Most cases will be forms of muscular tension headaches.

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