Translation of hard-hitting in Spanish:

hard-hitting

implacable, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈhɑrd ˈhɪdɪŋ//ˌhɑːdˈhɪtɪŋ/

adjective

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    implacable
    feroz
    • The usually hard-hitting critics of the ABC in some media outlets seem to have ignored this story completely.
    • The site features a hard-hitting poster campaign, which uses a series of startling images and facts to highlight the cruelty to animals.
    • There was an access report commissioned by industry on it, which was tough, hard, hard-hitting, even scathing.
    • Truant teenagers are being targeted in a hard-hitting poster campaign at bus shelters across East Lancashire.
    • Most shows and most comics that are hard-hitting are criticizing everything.
    • The Harvard Center for Risk Analysis criticized the newly hard-hitting coverage.
    • Young people are drifting into crime because too little is being spent on keeping them out of trouble, a hard-hitting survey has revealed.
    • Stephen Lewis reports on a new, hard-hitting campaign with posters such as this to keep children safe and away from railway lines during the Easter holidays.
    • The Insider, an honest and hard-hitting film, won nothing.
    • In fact, the subtitled video is a poignant and hard-hitting meditation on four Turkish women who wear wigs, and why they do so.
    • However, even though the hard-hitting report was very critical of AIB management, no senior manager was sacked.
    • Saying his ejection from the frontbench was inevitable, he went on to make some hard-hitting criticisms about the state of his own party.
    • In other words they wish to feed their own egos, impressing their public with their concept of direct hard-hitting so-called truths.
    • It poses a direct and hard-hitting question: to what extent is civility compatible with religion?
    • Drawing inspiration from real life incidents, he makes hard-hitting films that revolve around issues concerning society.
    • For a few moments near the beginning, Center Stage looks like it has a chance to be revealing and hard-hitting.
    • Noise-making culprits will also be directly targeted in a hard-hitting publicity campaign based on market research.
    • A city segregated on racial lines, riven by racism, poverty and prejudice is revealed in a hard-hitting report looking at Bradford.
    • The campaign, backed by Swindon Council and the police, has seen hard-hitting posters go up in car parks across town.
    • One of the standout films of the festival, Proteus was hard-hitting and frank.