Traducción de climax en español:

climax

clímax, n.

Pronunciación: /ˈklʌɪmaks//ˈklaɪˌmæks/

nombre

  • 1

    (peak)
    clímax masculino
    punto culminante masculino
    • The only real complaint with Dark Water is with the disappointing epilogue that follows the intense climax.
    • It was a cracking climax to an intense week of future fashion.
    • The match delivered an exciting climax after a total of 550 runs were scored by both teams but the result was not what South African fans wanted.
    • There is a magical moment when an intense climax suddenly becomes a barely audible, hushed pianissimo.
    • He used the word ‘journey’ again and again especially as the speech reached its climax.
    • The tight Premier Division is heading towards an exciting climax.
    • The first is a richly layered carpet of sound that swarms out from the speakers, each track picking up pace to an intense climax.
    • It's hard to imagine more exciting climaxes than those three.
    • The pope blessed the two crowns, and the ceremony reached its climax when Napoleon crowned himself and his wife Josephine.
    • There is some lively melody, an intense climax, and a quiet ending to the movement, which is marked Lento.
    • ‘That day was a culmination, a climax, the end of a very long road,’ Lewis later wrote.
    • The culmination of that was an uplifting climax heightened by the emotional residue of what had gone before.
    • Glover also provides the eerie guitar noodling and intense emotional climaxes.
    • On this note, this year's Arab summit ritual reached its climax.
    • Matters come to a head when the star is expelled from the team, leading to a climax at once disturbingly intense and morally dubious.
    • Royalty was on hand at York Racecourse as the highlight of the May Meeting reached its climax on Knavesmire.
    • Only after four or five minutes does the music become loud, and then there is an intense climax, followed by a return to quiet strings, woodwinds and muted brass.
    • At the end of this book we are given a look into the future lives and deaths of the characters - a satisfying way to end after the intense climax.
    • Beginning almost teasingly, it builds to a thrillingly intense climax, Cave screaming that he's not afraid to die.
    • After all, failure to do so could leave them as hapless bystanders in a game of musical chairs which may be nearing its climax.
  • 2

    (orgasm)
    orgasmo masculino
    • I want to make you know about sex, to feel thrilling climaxes.
    • For a man, sex instinctively is a testosterone drive toward the ultimate release of climax.
    • Use this information as the basis for achieving a strong sexual climax and ejaculate.
    • Dodd and I weren't the type that made love every night and attempted to have climaxes and get kids.
    • Besides, so-called G-spot orgasms are different than clitoral climaxes.
    • The term ‘orgasm’ - derived from ‘organ’, meaning to grow ripe, swell, or be lustful - is applied equally to the sexual climaxes of women and men.
    • Sexual climax or orgasm is the healthy, normal, inevitable, outcome of the three preceding stages.
    • Ejaculation is normally the climax in a male orgasm.
    • He engages in foreplay, but suffers panic attacks before the climax.

verbo intransitivo

  • 1

    (show/campaign)
    to climax in sth culminar en / con algo
  • 2

    (have orgasm)
    tener un orgasmo

verbo transitivo

  • 1

    ser el punto culminante de