Translation of healthy in Spanish:

healthy

sano, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈhɛlθi//ˈhɛlθi/

adjective

  • 1

    • 1.1(in good health)

      (animal/person) sano
      (complexion/skin) sano
      (skin/complexion) saludable
      he's looking healthy tiene un aspecto saludable
      • she has a healthy appetite tiene buen apetito
      • As the foundation of a healthy and creative society, it benefits all of us with the richness and power of human communication.
      • We don't know if taking sage will enhance mental functioning in healthy people.
      • A healthy lifestyle and regular physical exercise will strengthen the immune system and help prevent such diseases.
      • The cycle can of an unhealthy approach to food can be reversed by strongly promoting healthy eating to the youth of our country.
      • Their stand will promote physical activity, mental health, healthy eating and smoking cessation.
      • The representatives of each faith read religious messages promoting a healthy environment.
      • Each year the company makes contributions to charities and community organisations which underline their dedication to developing a healthy, safe society.
      • It is a healthy drink that stimulates physical and mental performance supplying the body readily usable energy and vitamins.
      • Physical examination showed a healthy man in no apparent distress.
      • In the end, results are used to make recommendations to farmers to promote a healthy, clean environment.
      • We promote healthy diets, and there are so many studies showing that meat is just not the healthiest thing.
      • Patients with concerns or vague complaints who would consider themselves healthy schedule physicals.
      • For those who play, obviously it's healthy physical exercise.
      • Intervention children showed a higher score for knowledge, attitudes, and self reported behaviour for healthy eating and physical activity.
      • The guide was sent as part of the National School Fruit Scheme, which aims to promote a healthy diet among infants.
      • The nonintervention group received minimal information about healthy eating and physical activity.
      • Its excellence is a vivid demonstration of the healthy condition of the Folklore Society, and the remarkable progress of the discipline in England.
      • People with schizophrenia are less likely than healthy controls to report physical symptoms spontaneously.
      • After a long battle against the condition, the previously healthy young man died in York Hospital.
      • She said all her dogs were in good, healthy condition.
      • Organized and run by a team of nutritionists, the Bureau seeks to promote wellness through a healthy diet.
      • Nowadays, music is both applied for patients with mental disorders and healthy people.
      • The food may be healthy, but the conditions under which it's made are far from the standards demanded by fastidious Westerners.
      • Promoting healthy, balanced eating and a regular exercise program are still the most the sensible weight loss guidelines.
      • The right of children to play enhances their healthy physical and psychological development and builds stronger communities.
      • In a healthy person, physical fitness will set the level when breathlessness is experienced.
      • The standards that local healthy schools programmes must achieve for accreditation include taking a whole school approach to healthy eating and physical activity.
      • This can be achieved through regular physical exercise, healthy nutrition and sufficient rest.
      • And even in healthy people, the condition can be painful.
      • An ambulance crew - who named the baby Beau - was flagged down and they took him to nearby Chase Farm Hospital where his condition was described as healthy.
      • New houses are in hot demand, and older properties are in hot pursuit and it's a very healthy condition for sellers and buyers at the present time.
      • She was young and in spite of her mental illness was very healthy.
      • The baby was taken to Cork University Hospital where staff reported she was in healthy condition.
      • Americans also do not maintain enough healthy physical activity.
      • Physical examination showed a healthy, obese child.
      • He said that the relocation was aimed at building healthy business conditions, so that there would no longer be vendors selling their goods on the road.
      • Separated from the real world, Canada's 13,000 prisoners have to work hard to stay physically and mentally healthy.
      • A spokesman for the Scottish Executive said its strategy on physical activity and healthy eating had been endorsed by the World Health Organisation.
      • If your child sees you enjoying healthy foods and physical activity, he or she is more likely to do the same now and for the rest of his or her life.
      • Also, visit a nutritionist before you start a new routine since healthy eating plus physical activity is sure to help you.

    • 1.2(promoting good health)

      (living/diet/air/environment) sano
      (living/air/diet/environment) saludable
      it's healthy to swim nadar es sano / saludable

    • 1.3(sound)

      (respect) sano
      (debate/discussion) abierto y sin trabas
      • I believe that the rising tide of abusive and criminal behaviour among children has to do with the fact that they no longer have a healthy physical fear of adults.
      • It is natural and healthy that each personality type is ruled by a dominant function, and that the other functions support the ruling function.
      • He had everything, the mod sense of dress, an upwardly mobile lifestyle, a healthy contempt for authority and an irrepressible belief in his own creativity.
      • They have the potential to revolutionise medicine by offering ways of repairing diseased and damaged body tissues with healthy new cells.
      • Obviously, there's not much you can do about a growth spurt - it is a healthy and natural part of growing up.
      • The power to control one's destiny through the accumulation of wealth is not only natural, it is healthy.
      • The beer ads run heavily during sports broadcasts watched by sports-minded kids who love healthy competition, achievement, discipline and victory.
      • Did the normal business competition and healthy professional rivalry they cultivated really amount to a war?
      • He has a sharp sense of humour, is extremely intelligent, has manners, and yeah, we also had a healthy physical relationship.
      • It is a natural and healthy part of being a child.
      • There's something to be said for healthy competition.
      • Sexuality is a healthy and natural occurrence throughout a person's life cycle.
      • I am out to give the public good, healthy mental shake-ups.
      • We advocate open, natural and healthy communication between the sexes.
      • The diseased dyskinetic heart, which was nearly double the size of a healthy one, had an ejection fraction of less than 20 per cent.
      • Plus, this healthy physical attitude of yours indicates deeper emotional well-being and stability.
      • Sick of seeing him suffer at the hand of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus an autoimmune disease where the body attacks its own healthy cells and tissues she decided to become a live donor.
      • Not all anger is misplaced, and often it's a healthy, natural response to these difficulties.
      • I am sure that I am not the only cyclist who gets reports from his mid-40s physicals of having a healthy prostate.
      • In this perspective, pornography is not harmless fantasy or a corrupt and confused misrepresentation of an otherwise natural and healthy sexuality.
      • Jon is a friendly, creative stand-up comedian, with a love of languages, martial arts, and a healthy loathing for heavy physical exertion.
      • Okay, it has stirred a fresh debate, and that is both healthy and desirable.
      • The oil and massaging action should promote strong healthy nails.
      • None the less, heterosexual relations within the bonds of marriage were seen as natural and healthy.
      • The higher than normal turnover has stimulated a healthy competition from challengers who sense a greater opportunity of winning in a fight between two new contestants.

  • 2

    • 2.1

      (society/democracy) que goza de buena salud
      (economy/finances) próspero
      • Keep a healthy stock of multiple sizes and types around; everything from small butterfly bandages to large wound dressings.
      • Stones used in the sport must withstand a healthy amount of abuse and constant freeze-thaw cycles.
      • Although by now all six of us were firm friends, John and Stephanie had to go home to let their baby sitter get away, and there was still a healthy amount of wine to be drunk.
      • He feels good about his chances and would be happy to return for another year, but has a healthy amount of perspective on it all.
      • There is a healthy amount of grain, moderate edge enhancement, and awful special effects.
      • I have removed the counter from the site, and am pleased to see a healthy amount of posts in my absence!
      • At the International Festival, Macbeth has taken a healthy amount of pummelling and stretching.
      • If the match is endorsed by the ICC, and it widely expected that this will happen shortly, it has potential to raise a healthy amount of money.
      • I did notice healthy amounts of edge enhancement and ringing in certain scenes, such as the map scene in Moscow.
      • The broadcaster breaks its promises to present a healthy amount of local and Canadian programming.
      • All in all, the set was full of hearty laughter, laced with a healthy amount of irreverence and irony; it will please Engvall fans.
      • Mr Walsh has turned the airline's fortunes around returning it to a healthy profit of €64 million last year.
      • Special Edition boasts a healthy amount of extra material for a normal release, but is a little thin for a special edition.
      • The conversation flowed pretty smoothly, I think, and we had a healthy amount in common.
      • There is a healthy amount of adrenaline-packed gore and deadly combat.
      • Luckily for some of us there is still a healthy amount of hostility and disdain in both of these lovely little cities to balance things out.
      • I do however think it will pick up a healthy amount of votes.
      • Even the North West seems to draw a healthy amount of attendees.
      • The reason, they believe, is that aggregate demand was growing by healthy amounts in those eras.
      • John had been injured and missed two meets, as well has having crashed and costing the team a healthy amount of time and money to repair his car.

    • 2.2

      (profit/surplus) sustancial