Translation of muscular in Spanish:

muscular

musculoso, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈməskjələr//ˈmʌskjʊlə/

adjective

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    (build/arms/body) musculoso
    • Polar bears have a heavy stout body with strong muscular legs and well-developed neck muscles.
    • He's well-built, lean and muscular, but in my dream he's wearing a tutu and tights.
    • They have a broad chest, a muscular neck, and strong hands and feet.
    • He was sitting next to a burly muscular youngster in dirty military fatigues who was trying to drink from two cans simultaneously.
    • Though his hair was gray with white streaks on both sides of his head, his body was still muscular and strong.
    • The Dall's porpoise is stocky and muscular, built as powerful as a killer whale, but smaller.
    • He had a broad frame, which in his prime must have been gloriously muscular and strong.
    • Of course, they all have strong muscular backs and shoulders, that goes with the job.
    • A boy with black hair and a strong muscular build looked sternly at David.
    • But they all have the trademark short hair, round muscular build and large powerful jaws.
    • Of course by now you know that Joel was a tall, muscular, athlete who had trained for these sorts of events.
    • He doesn't have to be muscular, just lean and athletic, and healthy-looking.
    • Here, there was a cadre of burly bouncers waiting for her, each of them large and muscular and very powerful.
    • He has a sturdy build with strikingly muscular hands and chiseled features.
    • I have the strength and size to back up the fact that you can get strong and have a muscular body on a vegan diet.
    • She is very muscular and powerful in the legs, but not as much as in her arms.
    • Your body will respond by getting more muscular and stronger before you know it.
    • He was a tall, muscular, powerfully built man with brown hair that was quickly going gray.
    • The father's left hand touching the son's shoulder is strong and muscular.
    • My body became strong and muscular but I could run like lightning, and, boy, did it feel great!
    • A hiatus hernia is when part of the stomach slides through the diaphragm, the muscular sheet that separates the lungs and chest from the abdomen.
    • As a result, the stomach loses its coordinated muscular activity and doesn't empty properly.
    • The muscular layers create vein contractility, which maintains venous tone.
    • The heart is a muscular organ, divided into left and right sides.
    • It provides muscular branches to peroneus longus and peroneus brevis muscles.
    • Research indicates that after training is terminated, an athlete can retain gained muscular strength and power for periods of up to six weeks.
    • Later the same month the man's sweating, pyrexia, muscular rigidity, and decreased responsiveness returned.
    • The epiglottis is a flap of muscular tissue that closes off the entry to your voice box when you swallow.
    • No inflammation was seen in the muscular and serosal layers of the appendix.
    • Neuromuscular signs, mainly referring to muscular tension, were also documented.
    • A general feeling of stiffness may be noticed, along with mild diffuse muscular pains.
    • The researchers will focus on myotonic and facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophies.
    • Pelvic organ prolapse results from a weakening of connective tissue or loss of muscular support.
    • Most cases will be forms of muscular tension headaches.
    • We made an initial diagnosis of muscular spasm with a possible septic left hip.
    • The lower lactate level may have a significant contribution in lower muscular fatigue.
    • Primary lymphatic vessels lack a significant muscular wall and do not have valves.
    • Hearty laughter increases heart rate, blood pressure and respiratory rate, and muscular activity.
    • Symptoms are similar to those of adult Huntington's, but develop more rapidly and include muscular rigidity and fits.
    • The physiotherapy continued until muscular strength and proprioception were restored.
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    (contraction/strain) muscular