There are 2 main translations of forte in Spanish

: forte1forte2

forte1

fuerte, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈfɔːteɪ//fɔrt//ˈfɔrˌteɪ/

noun

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    (strong point)
    fuerte masculine
    • Admittedly, his latest two efforts have been less than inspiring, but they both came over hurdles and jumping fences is very much his forte these days.
    • His forte lies in turning the plebeian into the poetic.
    • As noted previously, mathematics is not the Professor's forte - nor even simple sums, apparently.
    • Angst is my forte, so beware the bittersweet angst that is my sword!
    • By the way, Fred is alive and well in Wellington and looking forward to a new season of javelin throwing, his forte nowadays, along with track and field administration.
    • If entertainment is your forte you fare out no better.
    • If innovation isn't the industry's forte, adapting research to the profit motive certainly is.
    • Knowledge has always been Hinduism's forte and almost all the ancient temples had specially dedicated space for encouraging arts and literature.
    • Davis' main strength, fund raising, is also Clinton's forte.
    • As visitors to this blog may have gathered, all that HTML-squiggle-dot stuff isn't the Professor's forte.
    • Ploughing was his forte and he loved to sow and plant the crops, watch them grow and mature, and harvest them at the back-end.
    • If adventure sports is one's forte, the city offers everything from dune bashing, desert camping and deep water diving to dolphin watching.
    • Jumping has always been his forte and really it has all been about getting him fit and ready.
    • That said, Ali Baba's forte lies in its masterly lahmacuns and pides - appropriately enough, Turkey's answer to the pizza.
    • His forte lay in articulating authentic emotion, because most of his fictional writing was structured around intensely felt personal experiences.
    • Bocelli may be a global singing star, but opera's not his forte.
    • Whereas Brian specialises in little gifts, Beth's forte is surprises.
    • Our forte right now, whether we like it or not, is that we're a live band.
    • I may be surrounded with a reminder of the old times but chivalry was never my forte and lucky for me no one expected it to be.
    • Such situations are Jamie McAllister's forte and twice within a brief spell, he accepted the duty.

There are 2 main translations of forte in Spanish

: forte1forte2

forte2

forte, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈfɔrˌteɪ//fɔrt//ˈfɔːteɪ/

adjective

Music

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    forte

adverb

Music

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    forte

noun

Music

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    forte masculine