Translation of physical in Spanish:


físico, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈfɪzɪk(ə)l//ˈfɪzɪk(ə)l/


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    • 1.1(bodily)

      (exercise/disability) físico
      (illness) orgánico
      (love/attraction) físico
      the physical effects of alcohol consumption los efectos del alcohol en el organismo
      • Latin people tend to be more physical los latinos recurren más al contacto físico para demostrar sus emociones
      • he did not like physical contact no le gustaba el contacto físico
      • physical examination reconocimiento médico
      • physical fitness (buena) forma física
      • I got such a strange sense of what his physical presence would have been like.
      • Sexual and physical assault is still a common problem seen day today in our hospitals.
      • A complicated strategy underlies the thrusts and parries of a duel - making it both a mental and physical challenge.
      • There is a sense of physical smallness before these works, a kind of Alice in Wonderland-esque trip.
      • The Short Form Health Survey was designed to measure perceived current physical health.
      • Renner and Yurchesyn compared cases of physical assault, sexual assault and robbery in Nova Scotia.
      • Surprisingly, he describes the climb as a mental, not physical, challenge.
      • Even buying a pint of milk was turned into a mental and physical challenge.
      • From birth, such an infant will reflexively grab and tightly grip whenever he perceives a physical threat.
      • We berate those who cross the line and leave the immature and underdeveloped open to the physical abuse of contact and collision sports.
      • He enjoys the contrasts of mental and physical challenge.
      • Mental and physical exhaustion retards the growth of body and mind, and it often causes a psychosomatic illness.
      • In recent years, researchers have shown that physical changes in the body can be accompanied by mental changes as well.
      • Teachers will be asked to say whether they have faced situations ranging from mob intimidation, physical assault or sexual or racial harassment.
      • Many drop out of school and many are prey to sexual and physical abuse, neglect and substance abuse.
      • Rugby is a contact sport that involves physical collisions among its players.
      • The cycle needs to be broken - youths need to know abuse is wrong before sexual and physical assaults stop.
      • Last night I really hurt someone, and I don't mean in the physical sense.
      • This included 126 physical assaults, 62 sexual insults and threats and nine cases of racist abuse.
      • With the emergence of the first decent wind of the week, this was links golf at its best, challenging the mental and physical endurance of all concerned.
      • They are vulnerable to physical assault, sexual harassment, and rape, and their experiences and fears have tended not to be taken seriously.
      • When cycling enthusiast Katie Bamber booked a charity trip to Vietnam she was bracing herself for a tough mental and physical challenge.
      • The play ebbed and flowed from one end of the field to the other, with no regard for the physical limitations of the body nor that of the human mind.
      • These guys are playing a physical contact game, they're all steamed up.
      • The healing takes places on an emotional level, a mental level, and on a body level, a physical level.
      • Everyone, absolutely everyone, even the greatest ballerina, can recite a list of self-perceived physical deficits.
      • He was distracted from his blindness, he says, by the deluge of mental and physical challenges coming his way.
      • By the way, those who say that diving is not a physical contact sport should take a look at Beachcomber's recent emails.
      • Yes, there is the element of consent and the obvious foreknowledge that physical contact sports carry an inherent risk of injury.
      • First, small steps can be taken to help achieve a basic sense of physical safety.
      • Thus it will be seen that a sense of physical security and economic status can be far more influential than is generally recognised.
      • The alleged sexual and physical assault was inflicted on a young Latvian man at Station Road, Portarlington recently.
      • There are obvious abuses in this world: physical abuse, sexual abuse, and emotional abuse.
      • Abuse of a child can mean physical abuse, physical neglect, sexual abuse, or emotional abuse.
      • Sexual and physical assaults in adulthood are also related to psychiatric disorders.
      • One of the most common allegations relates to physical abuse and excessive corporal punishment.
      • One of the most obvious ways that a victim can avoid or escape physical abuse may be by contacting the police and leaving the home.
      • Sexual assault, like physical assault, is a frequent event experienced by street prostitutes.
      • All physical contact sports carry an element of risk, and it is a risk that players are aware of and accept.

    • 1.2(rough)

      it was a very physical game jugaron muy duro
      • it's very physical work es un trabajo que requiere mucho esfuerzo físico
      • he threatened to get physical if we didn't pay him nos amenazó con recurrir a la fuerza física si no le pagábamos

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    • 2.1(material)

      (world) material
      that's a physical impossibility eso es materialmente imposible
      • When I say this, what I express is not my wish for a pure poetry, but a concrete, physical attitude.
      • The actual physical objects in the environment that we see make up the contents of our experience.
      • It has a physical presence - a sense of weight - that computer generated effects lack.
      • Most businesses deal with the physical assets and the environment within, but have never looked at the people.
      • A further ambiguity lies in our inability to determine if this availability is merely visual, or if it involves possession in a physical sense.
      • Like so many things, it's a combination of social reality with a tangible, physical reality.
      • The media used to transport this information are, in a very real sense, the physical highways over which it travels.
      • What you are able to perceive of the physical world is actually very fragmentary.
      • Another issue, in design writing at least, is that online writing is separated from a tangible physical object.
      • Common sense says that the physical environment has an impact on productivity.
      • I can't STAND, for example, to start out with a sense of the actual physical shape a poem is going to take.
      • The social tone and ethos of the school are both very positive as too is the overall quality of the actual physical working environment.
      • The man and his sheep and, indeed, the paint and paper itself, provide the only physical sense of solidity.
      • Most life forms on Earth consist of organic carbon, while inorganic carbon may dominate the visible physical environment.
      • We have a moral sense that we use to make moral observations, in the same way as we use our physical senses to make physical observations.
      • For these are paintings in the traditional sense: unique physical objects which display the marks of craft and have a real presence.
      • This type of allocation is a physical transfer of a tangible asset from the company to the investors.
      • These are tangible, physical assets and totally unlike the stock of a typical NYSE company.
      • My desire is to bring the viewer out of the gallery space and into the actual physical environment of the lakebed.
      • Moreover, the piece only refers to a concrete physical setting twice.

    • 2.2(relating to physics)

      • When we discuss phase changes to matter, physical forces create the changes.
      • According to Bridgman, every physical concept is defined by the operations a physicist uses to apply it.
      • Certainly, before Newton, the very idea of physical law was at best a blur.
      • Feynman's work is filled with the sort of raw physical insight that physicists love and admire.
      • Today we understand most of these things in terms of physical forces acting under impersonal laws.


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    reconocimiento médico masculine
    chequeo (médico) masculine