There are 2 main translations of titanic in Spanish

: titanic1titanic2

titanic1

titánico, adj.

Pronunciation: /tʌɪˈtanɪk//taɪˈtænɪk/

adjective

  • 1literary

    (strength/struggle) titánico
    • It has been done, and is still being done, by these titanic, extraordinary structures.
    • Wilson depicted the struggles of African Americans with a lyrical beauty and captured the lives of those who lived on the edges of the society with a dignity that was worthy of the titanic power of any character in Greek drama.
    • The titanic strength of the young battlemother was such that she could have been using her palps alone - and had, on several occasions, with much the same effect as a human smashing a mouse.
    • NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory has revealed the aftermath of a titanic explosion that wracked the elliptical galaxy known as NGC 4636.
    • Type II's derive from a supermassive red giant whose core collapses when it runs out of fuel, and then rebounds in a titanic explosion.
    • Famous for his slow tempos and his cultivation of a titanic, monumental style, he was a superlative interpreter of Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, and Mahler.
    • It was a beast of titanic size, standing more than 100 feet tall.
    • This year could signal a titanic shift in power in Germany - if these clubs are up to the task.
    • Tune into gamma rays, and see titanic explosions scattered throughout the universe at a rate of about one per day.
    • For instance, unless an effective Museum of the Deep comes up, the titanic power of the ocean will again become a fading memory in most people's minds.
    • Best estimates suggest that this momentous event occurred early in the first half of our titanic struggle with the mighty Faroe Islands.
    • Of all the objects, places, concepts, and titanic forces at play in 2004, the most monumental, influential, and ascendant is surely the blog.
    • Now however, her mind was overwhelmed with concern for her father; she'd also felt the titanic bloom of power and the shattering of the barriers.
    • There are, though, exceptional talents within the schools and the emergence of one titanic school above them should not be seen as an indication that they are failing Scotland.
    • He literally flew to his student's rescue and with a titanic burst of strength, the ancient Indian pulled Billy from the pit.
    • The tree was huge, its titanic proportions reminding him of the redwoods that grew in the US, only three times as large.
    • The effects feel appropriate to the on-screen action, so howls and impacts from weaponry seems titanic and massive.
    • ‘There's something terribly attractive about a titanic explosion, as long as it occurs far enough away,’ Woosley said.
    • This symbolised the titanic battle between the powers of good and evil.
    • Like shipbuilding or steel-making, the careful planning and building of a national power system is one of those remarkable things, requiring titanic skills, now all but lost.
    • It has been permitted to form a joint venture for the manufacture of synthetic rutyl and titanic dioxide.

There are 2 main translations of titanic in Spanish

: titanic1titanic2

titanic2

de titanio, adj.

Pronunciation: /tʌɪˈtanɪk//taɪˈtænɪk/

adjective

  • 1

    Chemistry
    (oxide/acid) de titanio