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vigorous

Pronunciation: /ˈvɪgərəs/

Translation of vigorous in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • [exercise] enérgico; [campaign/defense] enérgico; [denial] rotundo; [growth] vigoroso; [economy] pujante; [prose] vigoroso
    Example sentences
    • And the pope, we're told, kept up his full, vigorous schedule this Christmas Eve, despite his frail health.
    • Be vigorous and full of energy, and make ceaseless efforts.
    • After a healthy life, this vigorous, energetic, dynamic man was gone at age 59.
    Example sentences
    • Trying to sweat out a cold and fever with vigorous physical exercise is a really bad idea.
    • Unfortunately this lack of vigorous physical exercise has resulted in an increase of various illnesses.
    • The hunger I felt was the kind you could only get after using up large amounts of energy on vigorous physical activity.
    Example sentences
    • It's a vigorous language, by turns colloquial and formal, precise, even-toned, elegant, sly, ironic, subtle and funny.
    • Certainly, despite vigorous denials, there was tension between the two during filming.
    • She shook her head in vigorous denial, and Angel and Doyle both glanced at her.

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