Translation of lucid in Spanish:

lucid

lúcido, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈlusəd//ˈluːsɪd/

adjective

  • 1

    (clear, clear-headed)
    (account/style) lúcido
    she was completely lucid estaba perfectamente lúcida
    • In lucid moments, they know they have lost on the issues.
    • Thanks for the most rational and lucid exposition on the subject of contemporary feminism I have read.
    • In his more lucid moments he attempts to hide behind a paradox declaring that after all he doesn't believe his beliefs.
    • Is it possible to conceive of madness without lucid intervals?
    • Your lucid explanation of the hit-and-run was excellent.
    • One minute he can be very lucid and at other times he's confused about who he is and who his children are.
    • He seems perfectly lucid except for the wild statements he keeps making.
    • The confrontation of sorts, however, had used up all of the energy he obviously saved for staying lucid.
    • In more lucid moments of this album, the Kid remembers that he seeks hip-hop credibility.
    • The marketing effort, articulated in a lucid style, has been superb.
    • What they say can be both extraordinarily lucid and almost unbearably moving.
    • However, there are a number of passages that shine with lucid, electrifying prose.
    • His style, always lucid and direct, is lively - what else could it be with a subject so colorful and controversial?
    • Except for chapter 3, the prose is exceptionally lucid with little jargon.
    • His account contains a very lucid explanation of the issues, and continues with his eyewitness account of the proceedings.
    • Angie began to have occasional lucid periods where, besides the coughing and inability to rise, she was quite herself once more.
    • He's surprisingly lucid in comparison to his usual interviews and manages to avoid the trademark doommongering and baseless claims of scientific advance.
    • We have heard from several people that close relatives with Alzheimer's disease became amazingly lucid for short periods of time after receiving narcotic pain relievers.
    • Max, who wasn't responding well to treatment, remained in the hospital ward babbling at the ceiling and cursing in his more lucid moments.
    • During one of my more lucid periods, I overheard Antonio arguing with an orderly about bringing food into the room.
    • One of the most lucid historians of the American Experiment passed away this week.
    • His prose style was plain and lucid and his store of knowledge - history, politics, literature - immense.
    • The actors and actresses spoke well - the entire dialogue was very lucid and clear.
    • His students from his time at Manchester University remember his lectures as extraordinarily lucid.
    • These concepts have been expertly explained in a lucid and easy manner and has been supplemented by more than 50 photographs and diagrams.
    • Even with his air of insanity, he still appeared lucid enough to be displeased.
    • After some brief, lucid exposition, we get into the story proper.
    • He was surprisingly lucid, claimed the pain wasn't bad at the moment, and was lamenting the fact that he must remain firmly ensconced in his recliner for the next few days.
    • Critics have noted his careful research, objectivity, and a lucid and understated but straightforward writing style.
    • The Admiral is more lucid, and much more aware.
    • It's written in very concrete language, very lucid, easy to understand.
    • However, during a lucid interval he did give instructions to plead, but, if they had the benefit of the reports now before the court, the defence would have opted for a different course of action.
    • There is no lucid understanding of the problem.
    • This moment of lucid thinking must be alarming to the Labour Party.
    • The reach of their combined talents is delightful: both easy, lucid writing and scrupulous scholarly documentation every step of the way.
    • As he grows increasingly drunk, his observations somehow become more lucid.
    • Their understated, yet lucid look at both the old and the new, serves as a reminder that indeed, simple is still good - regardless of the technology involved.
    • In his most lucid moments, however, Emerson disavowed his Dionysian rhetoric.
    • Until the point where he finally became lucid, his family feared the worst.
    • The story is interesting, and remarkably lucid given the rapid pace of its telling.
  • 2literary

    (luminous)
    luminoso
    lúcido literary
    • It is empty space, though space that is bright and lucid.
    • He was asleep on the window, looking angelic as the moonlight shone in, making his skin a smooth pale lucid colour.
    • It is a lucid, bright day, and a lush tree looms across the window.
    • What a wonderful place the city had been to leave, as I looked down at it through the free and lucid air, the plane pitching in the thunderstorm which loomed as usual over Kenscoff.