Translation of stature in Spanish:

stature

talla, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈstatʃə//ˈstætʃər/

noun

  • 1

    (status)
    talla feminine
    moral stature talla moral
    • a writer of international stature un escritor de talla internacional
    • a person of stature una persona importante / destacada
    • My course was engrossing, and it was taught by lawyers and academics of stature and reputation.
    • The Sunday Herald's business section is growing in stature - and broadening its horizons.
    • He still believed, like Eddie, that the smallest of men could gain stature from holding onto the grandest ideals.
    • At each level he was successful, grew in stature and reputation and added his own special mark.
    • What assumes the guise of a chamber piece gains stature and respect.
    • Manager Gerard Houllier believes Owen is growing in stature in more ways then one.
    • But since there are no celebrities left of Diana's stature, we are mesmerised by a vacuum.
    • It's reach is truly global - the first power in all of history to achieve this stature.
    • His great international stature remained unchallenged throughout the eighteenth century.
    • It really is a pity when you get someone of his exalted stature getting himself into a position like this.
    • When players are magnified in stature and their abilities multiplied there are two dangers.
    • What we should expect him to do is use the status and stature he has to try to get the road map going again.
    • During that time he has gained in stature and confidence considerably.
    • With every fresh blunder and consequent loss of stature it becomes ever harder to afford him the benefit of the doubt.
    • It is almost expected that he will become a concert performer of international stature.
    • India and Pakistan would gain in global stature and expand their room for independent manoeuvre.
    • On ascending the throne he set out to attract painters of international stature to his court.
    • Have some of the new schools overtaken the old ones in terms of reputation and stature?
    • Gilmour is rightly proud of his club which has continued to grow in stature and prestige under his stewardship.
    • It is years since York staged an international sporting event of this stature.
    • Short in stature and built along sturdy lines, his fingers ended in lengthy claws and his canines glinted sharply.
    • Ensure before using it that the pad strap is the correct length to suit your arm length and stature.
    • The twins were short in stature and had a strange green hue to their skin.
    • He was relatively short in stature and often amusing on account of his klutzy habits.
    • Being short in stature, most things are the right length for me these days, so I don't have to shorten them.
    • Gravel of voice, short of word and tall of stature, the meanest bass player in Christendom.
    • Colley has the height and physical stature to cause problems in any defence.
    • The benefits of being of short stature are readily apparent in a passage like this.
    • It has to good news for Mick O'Dwyer with all three, players of some size and stature.
    • The deceptively named Australian Youth Orchestra may be short in years, but not in stature.
    • If you are short of stature, you peer through the steering wheel like poor Reginald.
    • This pint-sized artist may be short in stature but by no means short on talent.
    • Hadn't a clue how to defend himself and despite his height and stature was the smallest person in the school.
    • In pygmies, this adolescent growth spurt does not occur, hence their characteristic short stature.
    • The two main clinical features of TS are short stature and the lack of the development of the ovaries.
    • Despite her short stature, she cut an authoritative figure with her compact body and dark suit.
    • One such case is said to be Sir James Barrie who was short of stature and may have had some affinity with his creation, Peter Pan.
    • Its comparatively short stature means it may need mowing only once or twice a summer.
    • It is a town which has grown in size and stature yet it does not have an adequate Garda presence.
    • It is an amazing roll-call for a club of City's size and stature which some clubs in the Premiership would do well to match.
  • 2formal

    (height)
    estatura feminine
    talla feminine