Translation of aspecto in English:
nombre masculino/masculine noun
- 1 (apariencia) 1.1 (de una persona) appearance; (de un objeto, lugar) appearance un hombre de aspecto distinguido a distinguished-looking man, a man of distinguished appearance la barba le da aspecto de intelectual his beard makes him look intellectual o/or gives him an intellectual look no lo recuerdo ¿qué aspecto tiene? I don't remember him, what does he look like? tiene buen aspecto, no parece enfermo he looks fine, he doesn't look sick at all esa herida tiene muy mal aspecto that's a nasty-looking wound, that wound looks nasty por su aspecto exterior la casa parecía deshabitada the house looked unoccupied from (the) outside 1.2 (cariz) no me gusta el aspecto que van tomando las cosas I don't like the way things are going o/or looking
- 2 (rasgo, faceta) aspect ese es solo un aspecto del problema that's only one aspect of the problem debemos considerar el aspecto legal we have to consider the legal aspect(s) me gustaría aclarar algunos aspectos del asunto there are a few aspects of the matter I'd like to get cleared up en ciertos aspectos la situación no ha cambiado in certain respects the situation has not changed en ese aspecto tienes razón in that respect you're right
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