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strapping
American English: /ˈstræpɪŋ/
British English: /ˈstrapɪŋ/

Translation of strapping in Spanish:

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • It was a very difficult time, but they are both strong strapping children now.
    • You know the type: big strapping dude, centre of attention, the person everyone looks to for approval and the one without whom nothing important ever happens.
    • Jack, a tall strapping man, was a hurler of note, captaining Kilgarvan when they were defeated by a disputed point by a Tralee team led by John Joe Sheehy in the 1918 final, played late in 1919.

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