Traducción de dwarf en Español:

dwarf

enano, n.

Pronunciación /dwɔrf//dwɔːf/

nombre

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    • 1.1Mitología

      enano masculino
      enana femenino
      • There is certainly room for a literal interpretation that portrays Wagner's gods, giants, dwarfs, and heroes as the Nordic myth and the libretto describe them.
      • It is set in the world of the traditional fairy tale, with a cast of elves, dwarves, trolls and goblins as well as hobbits and humans.
      • The halfling was even shorter than the dwarf he was talking to, but he didn't seem to notice.
      • They were far too strong, far too wise, and far too evil to be stopped by men, elves, trolls and dwarves alone.
      • They raced past startled dwarves and overturned carts filled to the brim with glittering diamonds as the rushed deeper into the mountain.
      • Dragons, elves, humans, dwarves, drakes and gnomes alike all were celebrating in the streets of the dragon mountain city.
      • The third voyage involves confrontations with a race of wicked dwarfs and a Cyclops-like giant who reminds us of Homer's Polyphemus.
      • As a race, dwarves were probably the finest engineers ever born - certainly their people took the deepest pleasure in working with earth and stone and iron, for it was in their blood.
      • Over the rolling plains of Edelwilde walk giants, dwarfs, elves, fairies and many other creatures unknown to the rest of the world.
      • For those of you unfamiliar with J.R.R. Tolkien, prepare to enter a land where humans share the earth with goblins, trolls, elves, dwarves, dragons and, of course, hobbits.
      • The dwarves are very skilled warriors and craftsmen.
      • He didn't know what the aliens called themselves, but they were short and stocky of stature, much like the dwarfs of folklore.
      • One was a dwarf: short and stocky, with a beard that reached to his waist.
      • The elves considered themselves superior to the other two known races, humans and dwarves, and never would have told them what they knew, unless it was a dire emergency.
      • It touches us in that part of of our minds where we fill the aching gap between us and the rest of nature with dwarfs and giants, elves and hobbits.
      • Using his momentum, and short stature, the dwarf rammed his head into the elves stomach before it could strike with its sword.
      • Up ahead, sat two large doors set into the stone with two short dwarves guarding them.
      • The Chuyachaqui is a mythical dwarf with one human foot and one hoof.
      • They would tease each other about their race, even though both the elves and dragons were superior races, compared to dwarves, trolls, and fairies.
      • In our cultural tradition dwarfs belong to the mythic world, not the mundane world of our daily experience or reality.

    • 1.2offensive (small person)

      enano masculino
      enana femenino

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    (plant)
    (tree/species) enano
    • There is a larger than average paved patio, raised beds with perennial and herbaceous border plants as well as dwarf trees.
    • Researchers found 11 different specimens of these dwarf sauropods, both adults and juveniles, in Germany.
    • Now, a scientist believes male dwarf minke whales may make a sci-fi sound to attract females.
    • There is little doubt that the animals they found were a dwarf species - not small or deformed individuals of a larger species.
    • Scientists have unearthed the bones of a human dwarf species in Indonesia that existed as recently as 18,000 years ago.
    • The boat conducts dwarf minke whale research in addition to a ‘swim with whales’ program for tourists.
    • Planted with a southern aspect to take advantage of the low arc of the winter sun, it has trees, shrubs, herbaceous plants and dwarf bulbs.
    • Many conifer trees species have dwarf varieties available.
    • The older Flores tools were found among remains of dwarf elephants, Komodo dragons, rats, and other animals, according to the paper.
    • Coming out of the forest onto the southern slopes of the hill was a herd of Yellowhorn, a species of dwarf deer common west of the mountains.
    • Even the slowest growing of trees eventually reach a large size - only truly dwarf conifers will remain small.
    • Evergreen plants, including dwarf conifers such as hemlocks, junipers, pines, and spruces, can form a backbone to anchor the design of a rock garden.
    • In the dwarf shrub species that were studied, ozone increased the size but not the number of plastoglobuli under summer conditions.
    • Coastal heathlands are dominated by early successional species such as dwarf shrubs and grasses, and support many rare and endemic species.
    • Pushing the frontier of recombinant DNA technology, Nexia's scientists have inserted DNA from spiders into a breed of African dwarf goats.
    • They look great planted with dwarf conifers, especially when a variety of shapes, colors and textures are used.
    • I found an overgrown running track with interesting succulent plants and dwarf tamarisk bushes.
    • I would like to obtain dwarf fruit plants such as papayas of Thai origin, mangoes and strawberries.
    • For the most pleasure, plant dwarf sweet box near a doorway or window.
    • On islands, including Flores, dwarf forms of large animals and giant forms of small ones are common.
  • 3also dwarf star

    Astronomía
    estrella enana femenino
    • The stellar wind from the red dwarf star removes the dust in the debris disk by causing the dust to slowly spiral into the star.
    • Astronomical photographs of the familiar planets of our old solar system perpetrate a comfortable lie: planets are giant round spheres that follow predictable Keplerian orbits around a common yellow dwarf star.
    • So the coolest, dimmest dwarfs represent the remnants of the oldest stars.
    • The planet orbits the M class red dwarf star Gliese 436, located only 33 light years away, in our own galactic neighborhood.
    • The new planet was detected orbiting the red dwarf star Gliese 876, which is about one third as massive as our Sun.

verbo transitivo

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    (building) hacer parecer pequeño
    I felt dwarfed by her brother al lado de su hermano me sentía como un enano
    • her achievements dwarf those of her rivals sus logros eclipsan los de sus rivales
    • The more striking graphics can be seen with the summoned titans, whose immense size dwarfs buildings and other units.
    • In comparison the earth is dwarfed by mighty Jupiter, so the presence of Ganymede is not really that unusual.
    • If given the go-ahead, either of the two blocks would dwarf any existing building in Ireland.
    • This is because the amount of savings income you can get is almost always dwarfed by interest rates you pay on your debts.
    • The consumption of the previous evening, prodigious by any standards, was exceeded nay, dwarfed by that which was to follow.
    • As a painter he is best known for dramatic and sinister architectural views, with figures dwarfed by their gloomy surroundings.
    • It dwarfs all the other buildings in the area and exudes an air of bureaucratic intransigence and implacable arrogance.
    • The bonfire which was lit on the beach that evening was dwarfed into insignificance by the reflection it threw out over the water.
    • The new design does not even remotely fit in with the rest of the area and will, as you can see, dwarf the other surrounding buildings.
    • The panther reached a tree so ancient it dwarfed the surrounding trees to mere saplings.
    • The effects that electric and magnetic fields have on matter almost always dwarf the effects of gravity.
    • From that perch, one's picture of the cosmos grows to galactic proportions, dwarfing any prior world view and yielding a perspective transcendent beyond imagination.
    • Another photograph has a chrome-and-glass building, dwarfing an old structure with traditional architecture and red brick walls.
    • The big, scary experiences always seem to dwarf the good ones, for me at least.
    • As we predicted last week, the 5 million state workers benefiting from a gold-plated, salary-linked pension now dwarfs the 3.6 million private industry employees who will get the same benefits.
    • It's always the sporting personality who seems to dwarf the political personality.
    • The total payouts to pensioners exceeded $3 billion, dwarfing the $1.5 billion in premiums collected from companies insured under the program.
    • They would be dwarfed by the resort-style building which could emerge in the city centre.
    • His church, though not particularly small, is dwarfed by the UN buildings.
    • The ship seemed tiny and insignificant now, dwarfed by the great tower of the Pharos lighthouse.