Translation of robust in Spanish:


robusto, adj.

Pronunciation /rə(ʊ)ˈbʌst//ˈroʊˌbəst//roʊˈbəst/


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    (animal/person) robusto
    (person/animal) fuerte
    (health) de hierro
    (appetite) bueno
    (construction/material) resistente
    (construction/material) sólido
    (material/construction) fuerte
    (defense) enérgico
    (defense) vigoroso
    (faith) sólido
    a robust sense of humor un saludable sentido del humor
    • He's a strapping, robust he-man living a life of seclusion with other retired adventurers in Kenya, who handily dispatches a group of assassins.
    • Happily most employees are sufficiently robust to withstand the stress of a heavy workload.
    • Further tests may reveal whether planting Neotyphodium-infected robust needlegrass along roadsides could discourage animals from grazing too close to roadways.
    • Gormley needed a functional, maintenance-free, robust building, with more space to work, and significantly, more space to think.
    • Not only are the transgenic tomatoes richer in lycopene, they're also more robust and more solid compared to traditional tomatoes.
    • The 30-year-old ‘photography as art’ market is robust, with record sales being recorded for the work of name photographers.
    • The wear and tear after twelve weeks of children running, jumping, and rarely standing still further supports Waterson's choice of robust construction elements, hazard signs and protective barriers.
    • Perhaps the biggest challenge in developing a robust and growing forage-finished program is the assurance of an equally distributed, year-round supply of slaughter cattle.
    • The two robust and muscular nudes on this sheet have also been interpreted as Leonardo's response to Michelangelo's depictions of the male nude.
    • To create an effective and healthy workplace, the administrative tower was designed as a robust loft.
    • Buildings are unassuming and robust - mainly simple steel-framed sheds with brick external walls - but they originally incorporated state of the art techniques for film production.
    • Losey's health, never robust, failed during the production of the film and he died in London on 22 June 1984.
    • There will be even less robust debate and argument, as everybody runs scared of being accused of bullying.
    • He doesn't prune it regularly, but still he must do enough cutting to get a tractor under the robust limbs.
    • Their success is not representative, however, as silver constitutes only a tiny fraction of today's robust contemporary art market.
    • He advocated theories existence that would be sufficiently robust to reveal the larger patterns of society and do justice to its intricacies and complexities.
    • He starts out robust and powerful and full of vinegar, and becomes a man beaten down by tragedy.
    • ‘We are committed to ensuring that a robust U.S. surveillance program continues in this country,’ said Veneman.
    • We have had a very robust debate this afternoon, and I encourage that.
    • Dot-com fever and a robust economy had money pouring into the museum from longtime benefactors and new supporters alike.
    • This paradox was propelled and even aggravated by the ongoing tensions in China's foreign relations in the 1880s within a city whose economy was built on a robust international trade.
    • She is a pleasantly robust woman of modest means, patriotic in convictions, guileless in manner.
    • He claimed that they were not only able to be strong militarily, but they were able to be strong in robust debate.
    • Playing with the values of bookmaking and book arts, he has produced a series of artists’ books robust enough to be handled by the public.
    • Fueled by a still reasonably robust economy, the trend in Williamsburg seems to have accelerated.
    • A robust grandfather, once the bane of Hollywood screenwriting, regales his frail, fidgety grandson with horrible tales of the macabre and the supernatural.
    • Unsure of his choice at times, Vlad learns to live the imperfection of a robust capitalist society.
    • Less rugged and robust than debonair and sophisticated, he attracted modern, independent women who appreciated his flair.
    • The driving force behind a robust industry is a strong demand for innovative new products.
    • Speculative investors continue to eye the company's balance sheet which remains relatively robust.
    • Some wheat farmers may be warming to the prospect of a new tool to help them grow more robust and profitable wheat, engineered to withstand herbicides.
    • Her body, once the robust athletic image of health, now requires a machine to keep it alive.
    • An expanded colour palette brings this robust design classic up to date.
    • "You do not have a robust advertising economy now, " Diller said.
    • He adds that the move is justified by a ‘more receptive’ public looking for more upscale choices in today's robust economy.
    • Emaciated as a result of losing about 60 pounds via a calorie-depleted diet, he barely looks like his usual robust self.
    • Currently, the butter market is robust and some companies are adding more fat to their butter.
    • One is a robust woman the artist has indicated is from the American Midwest and the other a diminutive man he has identified as a French legionnaire.
    • The robust economy has resulted in more than seven million people worldwide now classed as high-net-worth individuals, with assets of $1 million or more.
    • Above ground, the treatment of robust metal castings, stainless-steel plate and floor finishes is more refined, to achieve a visible tactile quality in areas of immediate public contact.
    • Detailing is refined but never precious, allowing the house to feel at once substantial and robust, light and refined.
    • We need to help businesses make themselves more robust for the future.
    • Mid-summer plantings of short-season tomato cultivars can provide vigorous, robust plants from which to harvest high-quality fruit.
    • The robust steel and concrete construction and strong geometric forms of the two buildings reinforce their physical relationship.
    • Explosive growth in Nevada is fueling one of the most robust economies in the nation.
    • You could get the microbes from around a particularly robust tomato plant and spray that on next year's crop.
    • He recommends new buildings should be more robust to deal with extreme weather events, such as hurricanes.
    • Though he looks fit and robust, he says the results of all the wining and dining that go with his job are beginning to take their toll.