Translation of pronounced in Spanish:

pronounced

pronunciado, adj.

Pronunciation /prəˈnaʊnst//prəˈnaʊnst/

adjective

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    pronunciado
    acusado
    marcado
    • Nowhere is this more pronounced than in the discussion on global warming.
    • The skin can become thicker and leathery, with more pronounced lines and in severe cases it can even crack.
    • The group difference was most pronounced in tasks requiring continuation and synthesis of phonological units.
    • Stronger water losses lead to even more pronounced performance reductions.
    • However, the end of the Cold War gave a strong boost to a more pronounced liberal posture.
    • He renders poems with pronounced literary value and a distinct aesthetic.
    • That direct sunlight enters the room is clear from the bright rear wall and pronounced diagonal shadow falling from the windowsill.
    • Passengers may notice this as there is a pronounced well in the cabin floor ahead of it.
    • The most pronounced spectral difference is exhibited by the fluorescence peak intensity shown in Fig.5.
    • The differences between plants and animals may be especially pronounced with regard to introns.
    • Apparently, normalizing for the number of pawns makes the effect more pronounced.
    • Driving into the city, I always notice the pronounced Christian billboard citing a biblical passage.
    • If it's damp with early-morning dew, its effect is even more pronounced.
    • The evidence isn't yet conclusive, but a pronounced slowdown does indeed seem to be under way.
    • Flavour ranges from very mild to strong, whether harshly biting or simply with a pronounced flavour.
    • Increases in loneliness and decreases in social support were particularly pronounced for the youth.
    • The new field of imagery may not provoke the passions of an image war, but we are often troubled by a pronounced need to know.
    • Yet even given that, his last essay is notable for a pronounced harshness of tone and approach.
    • The party's openness to second preferences, more pronounced than ever before, was the real stroke of genius.
    • Plastic interaction between the metal surfaces is especially pronounced when surface jetting occurs.