Translation of heavy-duty in Spanish:


muy resistente, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈˌhɛvi ˈˌd(j)udi//ˌhɛvɪˈdjuːti/


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    (material/sacks) muy resistente
    (machine) para uso industrial
    (clothing/overalls) de trabajo
    • Well, they have backup oxygen not only for the passengers but also a very heavy-duty oxygen system for the crew up front.
    • And when he removed it, he found it wasn't a hunting pellet but a heavy-duty steel bullet.
    • We built this heavy-duty water cart to haul milk replacer to our 60 calf huts.
    • That evening, a number of witnesses saw Morris, who very rarely removed his neck chain, wearing a heavy-duty gold chain.
    • Use a heavy-duty detergent or wax remover to dean this strip.
    • Saturate a couple of heavy-duty paper towels with white vinegar or the Orange Citrus Cleaner.
    • Arm yourself with a generous supply of heavy-duty trash bags and empty boxes.
    • But the real treat was the bathroom - heavy-duty marble with a sunken bath.
    • Casey Lotton of Minnesota builds some great heavy-duty tomato cages.
    • I'd put all my stuff into two heavy-duty trash bags, everything I owned.
    • If the stain refuses to budge, soak a heavy-duty paper towel with straight peroxide laying the towel on top of the stain.
    • It is a heavy-duty steel unit that can be taken apart for cleaning.
    • At the entrance to the gallery an upright, abstracted figure, smoothly curved, sat atop a heavy-duty steel truck spring.
    • This is where the heavy-duty plastics and polymers come into play.
    • They actually were able to digest these heavy-duty poisons, no residue, no nothing.
    • Be sure to have plenty of heavy-duty paper plates that don't buckle and spill when they're piled high.
    • We vacuum-seal it in these heavy-duty food bags to remove air and we seal it in a PVC tube that protects it physically.
    • Linen was also used for fire hoses, parachute webbing and heavy-duty canvas.
    • Use heavy-duty glue or staples to attach the mirrors to a wide satin or velvet ribbon.
    • If Askins were to catch the bullets with a baseball mitt, he would have needed one made of heavy-duty steel.