Translation of strongly in Spanish:
- 2 2.1 (deeply, ardently) I strongly disagreeI am strongly in favor of him joining the companyestoy totalmente en desacuerdohe feels strongly that he is not appreciatedestoy totalmente a favor de que entre en la compañíaI strongly believe that …está totalmente or profundamente convencido de que no se lo valorait's something I feel very strongly abouttengo la certeza or la plena convicción de que …2.2 (forcefully)es algo que me parece sumamente importante(protest/criticize)we strongly urge you to do somethinga strongly-worded letterle encarecemos que haga algoI strongly advise you not to selluna carta bastante dura2.3 (cogently)te recomiendo con insistencia que no vendas(argue/plead/reason)
- 3 3.1 (intensely, greatly) I am strongly tempted to say yesshe felt strongly drawn to himme siento sumamente tentado a decir que síit smelled strongly of garlicsentía una fuerte atracción hacia élse sentía profundamente atraída por él3.2 (to a large extent)despedía un fuerte olor a ajoolía mucho a ajo(decrease/contrast)statistics figure strongly in the reporthe reminds me very strongly of his unclelas estadísticas ocupan un lugar prominente en el informeshe's strongly tipped to succeed himme recuerda enormemente or muchísimo a su tíoa political theory strongly tinged with Marxismse perfila como firme candidata a sucederlouna teoría política de fuertes tintes marxistas
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