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  • 1 cabeza dura

    f. & m.
    hardheaded person, intransigent, bolthead, stubborn person.
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    a) masculino y femenino (fam): es un cabeza dura he's so stubborn o (colloq) pigheaded
    b) adjetivo pigheaded (colloq), stubborn
    * * *
    (adj.) = pigheaded
    Ex. I argue that intellectual vices (such as being gullible, dogmatic, pigheaded, or prejudiced) are essential.
    * * *
    a) masculino y femenino (fam): es un cabeza dura he's so stubborn o (colloq) pigheaded
    b) adjetivo pigheaded (colloq), stubborn
    * * *
    (adj.) = pigheaded

    Ex: I argue that intellectual vices (such as being gullible, dogmatic, pigheaded, or prejudiced) are essential.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cabeza dura

  • 2 canijo

    adj.
    1 sickly, frail, stunted.
    2 stubborn, hardheaded, dogged, pig-headed.
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    1 familiar weak, puny
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    - ja adjetivo
    1) (fam) ( pequeño) tiny, puny (hum or pej)
    2) (Méx fam) ( terco) stubborn, pig-headed (colloq)
    3) (Méx fam) ( intenso) incredible (colloq)

    el hambre era canijaI (o he etc) was ravenous (colloq)

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    = scrawny [scrawnier -comp., scrawniest -sup.], scrawny [scrawnier -comp., scrawniest -sup.], puny [punier -comp., puniest -sup.].
    Ex. It is easy to see its two scrawny protagonists who ride around town on their bikes killing stray cats and dogs as victims of poverty and broken homes.
    Ex. It is easy to see its two scrawny protagonists who ride around town on their bikes killing stray cats and dogs as victims of poverty and broken homes.
    Ex. They are for the most part, a puny, degenerate race, whose bodies are too weak for their overworked minds.
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    - ja adjetivo
    1) (fam) ( pequeño) tiny, puny (hum or pej)
    2) (Méx fam) ( terco) stubborn, pig-headed (colloq)
    3) (Méx fam) ( intenso) incredible (colloq)

    el hambre era canijaI (o he etc) was ravenous (colloq)

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    = scrawny [scrawnier -comp., scrawniest -sup.], scrawny [scrawnier -comp., scrawniest -sup.], puny [punier -comp., puniest -sup.].

    Ex: It is easy to see its two scrawny protagonists who ride around town on their bikes killing stray cats and dogs as victims of poverty and broken homes.

    Ex: It is easy to see its two scrawny protagonists who ride around town on their bikes killing stray cats and dogs as victims of poverty and broken homes.
    Ex: They are for the most part, a puny, degenerate race, whose bodies are too weak for their overworked minds.

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    canijo1 -ja
    A ( fam) (pequeño) tiny, puny ( humor pej)
    B ( Méx fam) (terco) stubborn, pig-headed ( colloq)
    C ( Méx fam) (intenso) incredible ( colloq)
    el hambre era canija I was incredibly hungry, I was ravenous ( colloq)
    canijo2 -ja
    masculine, feminine
    ( fam); shrimp ( colloq)
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    canijo
    ◊ -ja adjetivo

    1 (fam) ( pequeño) tiny, puny (hum or pej)
    2 (Méx fam) ( terco) stubborn, pig-headed (colloq)
    canijo,-a adjetivo familiar puny, weak
    ' canijo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    canija
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    canijo, -a
    adj
    1. [pequeño] tiny;
    [enfermizo] sickly
    2. Méx Fam [terco] pigheaded
    3. Méx Fam [intenso]
    hace un frío canijo it's freezing cold
    nm,f
    [pequeño] shorty, small person; [enfermizo] sickly person
    * * *
    adj fam
    puny
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    canijo, -ja adj
    1) fam : puny, weak
    2) Mex fam : tough, hard
    un examen muy canijo: a very tough exam

    Spanish-English dictionary > canijo

  • 3 práctico

    adj.
    1 practical, no-nonsense, down-to-earth, matter-of-fact.
    2 practical, handy, helpful, useful.
    m.
    1 coast pilot.
    2 practitioner.
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    1 (gen) practical
    2 (hábil) skilful (US skillful)
    3 (pragmático) practical
    1 MARÍTIMO pilot
    ————————
    1 MARÍTIMO pilot
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    (f. - práctica)
    adj.
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    1. ADJ
    1) (=útil) [gen] practical; [herramienta] handy; [ropa] sensible, practical

    resulta práctico vivir tan cerca de la fábricait's convenient o handy to live so close to the factory

    2) (=no teórico) [estudio, formación] practical
    3) (=pragmático)

    sé práctico y búscate un trabajo que dé dinerobe practical o sensible and find a job with money

    4) frm (=experto)

    ser muy práctico en algo — to be very skilled at sth, be an expert at sth

    2. SM
    1) (Náut) pilot ( in a port)
    2) (Med) practitioner
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    I
    - ca adjetivo
    1) <envase/cuchillo> useful, handy; <falda/diseño> practical

    es muy práctico tener el coche para hacer la comprait's very handy o convenient having the car to do the shopping

    2) ( no teórico) practical
    3) < persona> [SER] ( desenvuelto) practical
    II
    masculino y femenino (Náut) pilot
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    = workable, hands-on, practical, utilitarian, instrumental, working, down-to-earth, practice-oriented, hardheaded [hard-headed], serviceable, how-to, experiential, practically minded, worldly [worldlier -comp., worldliest -sup.], matter-of-fact.
    Ex. The type of environment in which the principles of pre-coordination are workable are restricted by the acceptable bulk or length of index headings.
    Ex. As an aid to evaluation, hands-on practical work is rarely cost effective, even in undertaken by inexperienced staff.
    Ex. Yet, in its own way, the press was taking the lead in putting pressure on the Community to adopt a more practical outlook, and by so doing kept the subject alive in the minds of the public.
    Ex. Descriptive bibliography has long been acknowledged as one primary field of bibliographical activity and greeted especially warmly by those who wish to see a strictly utilitarian end for these studies.
    Ex. There are five types of 'gratification', instrumental, prestige, reinforcement, aesthetic and respite, to be derived from the reading of literature.
    Ex. As they grow up, children have to develop an identity and a working philosophy of life.
    Ex. The report gives a down-to-earth account of the way in which membership of the European Community has materially affected major British industries.
    Ex. This paper describes a computerised index of the articles contained in 6 practice-oriented medical periodicals.
    Ex. Managers should be encouraged to raise critical questions, and the criteria for evaluating progress must be as hardheaded as possible.
    Ex. He provided us with this very serviceable definition: 'Bibliographical control is the development and maintenance of a system of adequate recording of all forms of material published and unpublished, printed, audio-visual or otherwise, which add to the sum of human knowledge and information'.
    Ex. In addition, adult education in general has moved from an emphasis on the liberal arts to a concentration on practical, 'how-to' courses.
    Ex. This necessitates the sharing of experiential knowledge at various levels and in various forms.
    Ex. He is practically minded, not taking unnecessary risks or deliberately hurting his victims if nothing is to be gained.
    Ex. There exist sets of duality in this philosophy; body versus soul, worldly versus unworldly and life versus salvation.
    Ex. The videotape of the interviews showed the offender to be impassive and matter-of-fact in describing what he had done.
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    * a efectos prácticos = to all intents and purposes, for all practical purposes, for all intents and purposes, to all intents.
    * basado en un método práctico = enquiry-based [inquiry-based, -USA].
    * caso práctico = case.
    * casos prácticos = best practices.
    * consejo práctico = tip.
    * con una mente práctica = practically minded.
    * cuestión práctica = practicality.
    * de un modo práctico = practically.
    * ejercicio práctico = practical, practical exercise.
    * escritor de casos prácticos = case writer [case-writer].
    * examen práctico = practical examination.
    * experiencia práctica = field experience, hands on experience, practical experience.
    * guía práctica = working guide.
    * información práctica = practical information.
    * poco práctico = impractical, awkward.
    * razón práctica = practical reason.
    * supuesto práctico = case.
    * trabajo práctico = fieldwork [field work], practical work.
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    I
    - ca adjetivo
    1) <envase/cuchillo> useful, handy; <falda/diseño> practical

    es muy práctico tener el coche para hacer la comprait's very handy o convenient having the car to do the shopping

    2) ( no teórico) practical
    3) < persona> [SER] ( desenvuelto) practical
    II
    masculino y femenino (Náut) pilot
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    = workable, hands-on, practical, utilitarian, instrumental, working, down-to-earth, practice-oriented, hardheaded [hard-headed], serviceable, how-to, experiential, practically minded, worldly [worldlier -comp., worldliest -sup.], matter-of-fact.

    Ex: The type of environment in which the principles of pre-coordination are workable are restricted by the acceptable bulk or length of index headings.

    Ex: As an aid to evaluation, hands-on practical work is rarely cost effective, even in undertaken by inexperienced staff.
    Ex: Yet, in its own way, the press was taking the lead in putting pressure on the Community to adopt a more practical outlook, and by so doing kept the subject alive in the minds of the public.
    Ex: Descriptive bibliography has long been acknowledged as one primary field of bibliographical activity and greeted especially warmly by those who wish to see a strictly utilitarian end for these studies.
    Ex: There are five types of 'gratification', instrumental, prestige, reinforcement, aesthetic and respite, to be derived from the reading of literature.
    Ex: As they grow up, children have to develop an identity and a working philosophy of life.
    Ex: The report gives a down-to-earth account of the way in which membership of the European Community has materially affected major British industries.
    Ex: This paper describes a computerised index of the articles contained in 6 practice-oriented medical periodicals.
    Ex: Managers should be encouraged to raise critical questions, and the criteria for evaluating progress must be as hardheaded as possible.
    Ex: He provided us with this very serviceable definition: 'Bibliographical control is the development and maintenance of a system of adequate recording of all forms of material published and unpublished, printed, audio-visual or otherwise, which add to the sum of human knowledge and information'.
    Ex: In addition, adult education in general has moved from an emphasis on the liberal arts to a concentration on practical, 'how-to' courses.
    Ex: This necessitates the sharing of experiential knowledge at various levels and in various forms.
    Ex: He is practically minded, not taking unnecessary risks or deliberately hurting his victims if nothing is to be gained.
    Ex: There exist sets of duality in this philosophy; body versus soul, worldly versus unworldly and life versus salvation.
    Ex: The videotape of the interviews showed the offender to be impassive and matter-of-fact in describing what he had done.
    * a efectos prácticos = to all intents and purposes, for all practical purposes, for all intents and purposes, to all intents.
    * basado en un método práctico = enquiry-based [inquiry-based, -USA].
    * caso práctico = case.
    * casos prácticos = best practices.
    * consejo práctico = tip.
    * con una mente práctica = practically minded.
    * cuestión práctica = practicality.
    * de un modo práctico = practically.
    * ejercicio práctico = practical, practical exercise.
    * escritor de casos prácticos = case writer [case-writer].
    * examen práctico = practical examination.
    * experiencia práctica = field experience, hands on experience, practical experience.
    * guía práctica = working guide.
    * información práctica = practical information.
    * poco práctico = impractical, awkward.
    * razón práctica = practical reason.
    * supuesto práctico = case.
    * trabajo práctico = fieldwork [field work], practical work.

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    práctico1 -ca
    A ‹envase/cuchillo› useful, handy; ‹falda/bolso› practical
    es un diseño muy práctico it's a very practical design
    regalémosle algo práctico let's give her something useful o practical
    es muy práctico tener el coche para hacer las compras it's very handy o convenient having the car to do the shopping
    B (no teórico) practical
    C ‹persona›
    1 [ SER] (desenvuelto) practical
    tiene gran sentido práctico she's very practically minded
    2 ( RPl) [ ESTAR] (experimentado) experienced
    cuando estés más práctica, te presto el auto when you're more experienced o when you've had more practice, I'll lend you the car
    ( Náut) pilot
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    Del verbo practicar: ( conjugate practicar)

    practico es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    practicó es:

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

    Multiple Entries:
    practicar    
    práctico
    practicar ( conjugate practicar) verbo transitivo
    1
    a)idioma/pieza musical› to practice( conjugate practice);

    tenis to play;

    no practica ningún deporte he doesn't play o do any sport(s)
    b) profesión› to practice( conjugate practice)

    2 (frml) (llevar a cabo, realizar) ‹corte/incisión to make;
    autopsia/operación to perform, do;
    redada/actividad to carry out;
    detenciones to make
    verbo intransitivo ( repetir) to practice( conjugate practice);
    ( ejercer) to practice( conjugate practice)
    práctico
    ◊ -ca adjetivo

    1envase/cuchillo useful, handy;
    falda/diseño practical;
    es muy práctico tener el coche para hacer la compra it's very handy o convenient having the car to do the shopping

    2 ( no teórico) practical
    3 persona› [SER] ( desenvuelto) practical
    practicar
    I verbo transitivo
    1 (una profesión) to practise, US practice
    2 (una actividad) to play, practise: deberías practicar el tenis más a menudo, you should play tennis more regularly
    3 (una operación, etc) to carry out, do, perform: tuvieron que practicarle una autopsia, they had to perform a post mortem on him
    4 Rel to practise
    II verbo intransitivo to practise: si quieres hablar bien el inglés, debes practicar más, if you want to speak good English, you must practise more ➣ Ver nota en practise
    práctico,-a
    I adjetivo
    1 (un objeto) handy, useful
    2 (una persona, disciplina) practical
    II m Náut pilot
    ' práctico' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ejercicio
    - práctica
    - realista
    - útil
    - utilitaria
    - utilitario
    - aplicación
    English:
    convenient
    - down-to-earth
    - exercise
    - handy
    - impractical
    - inconvenient
    - inconveniently
    - matter-of-fact
    - practical
    - practicality
    - sandwich course
    - sensible
    - serviceable
    - skilled
    - starry-eyed
    - tip
    - useful
    - down
    - hand
    - hard
    - matter
    - pilot
    - practically
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    práctico1, -a adj
    1. [objeto, situación] practical;
    [útil] handy, useful;
    un regalo práctico a practical gift;
    es muy práctico vivir cerca del centro it's very handy o convenient living near the centre
    2. [curso, conocimientos] practical;
    un curso práctico de fotografía a practical photography course;
    estudiaremos varios casos prácticos we will study a number of practical examples
    3. [persona] [pragmático] practical;
    es una persona muy práctica she's a very practical o pragmatic person
    4. [casi]
    la práctica desaparición de la variedad silvestre the virtual extinction of the wild variety
    5. RP [persona] [experimentado]
    estar práctico to be experienced, to have experience
    Náut pilot
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    I adj practical
    II m MAR pilot
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    práctico, -ca adj
    : practical, useful
    * * *
    1. (en general) practical
    2. (útil) handy [comp. handier; superl. handiest]

    Spanish-English dictionary > práctico

  • 4 realista

    adj.
    1 realistic.
    2 royalist.
    f. & m.
    1 realist (art).
    2 royalist.
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    1 (de la monarquía) royalist
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    1 (de la realidad) realistic
    1 (de la realidad) realist
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    1. adj. 2. noun mf.
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    1.
    2.
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    I
    adjetivo ( pragmático) realistic; (Art, Lit, Fil) realist
    II
    masculino y femenino realist
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    = realistic, down-to-earth, realist, hardheaded [hard-headed], worldly [worldlier -comp., worldliest -sup.].
    Ex. Figure 166 on page 152 shows the outline of a realistic holdings pyramid.
    Ex. The report gives a down-to-earth account of the way in which membership of the European Community has materially affected major British industries.
    Ex. This is the life for us, this is the critique -- and only this -- which will make us a profession of realists and not fugitives.
    Ex. Managers should be encouraged to raise critical questions, and the criteria for evaluating progress must be as hardheaded as possible.
    Ex. There exist sets of duality in this philosophy; body versus soul, worldly versus unworldly and life versus salvation.
    ----
    * de manera realista = realistically.
    * poco realista = unrealistic, unwordly, way out in left field, airy-fairy.
    * seamos realistas = face it, let's face it.
    * ser realista = get real.
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    I
    adjetivo ( pragmático) realistic; (Art, Lit, Fil) realist
    II
    masculino y femenino realist
    * * *
    = realistic, down-to-earth, realist, hardheaded [hard-headed], worldly [worldlier -comp., worldliest -sup.].

    Ex: Figure 166 on page 152 shows the outline of a realistic holdings pyramid.

    Ex: The report gives a down-to-earth account of the way in which membership of the European Community has materially affected major British industries.
    Ex: This is the life for us, this is the critique -- and only this -- which will make us a profession of realists and not fugitives.
    Ex: Managers should be encouraged to raise critical questions, and the criteria for evaluating progress must be as hardheaded as possible.
    Ex: There exist sets of duality in this philosophy; body versus soul, worldly versus unworldly and life versus salvation.
    * de manera realista = realistically.
    * poco realista = unrealistic, unwordly, way out in left field, airy-fairy.
    * seamos realistas = face it, let's face it.
    * ser realista = get real.

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    A
    1 (pragmático) ‹persona/actitud› realistic
    2 ( Art, Fil, Lit) realist
    B (monárquico) royalist
    A
    2 ( Art, Lit) realist
    3 ( Fil) realist
    B (monárquico) royalist
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    realista adjetivo ( pragmático) realistic;
    (Art, Lit, Fil) realist
    ■ sustantivo masculino y femenino
    realist
    realista
    I adjetivo
    1 (con sentido práctico) realistic: él es un soñador, pero su novia es más realista, he's a romantic but his girlfriend is more down-to-earth
    2 Arte realist
    el arte realista del siglo XIX, nineteenth-century realist art
    II mf realist
    ' realista' also found in these entries:
    English:
    down-to-earth
    - hard-headed
    - lifelike
    - matter-of-fact
    - realistic
    - realistically
    - true
    - unrealistic
    - unrealistically
    - authentic
    - down
    - hard
    - realist
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    adj
    1. [pragmático] realistic
    2. [en arte, literatura] realist
    3. Hist [monárquico] royalist
    4. Filosofía realist
    nmf
    1. [pragmático] realist
    2. [en arte, literatura] realist
    3. Hist [monárquico] royalist
    4. Filosofía realist
    * * *
    I adj realistic
    II m/f realist
    * * *
    1) : realistic
    2) : realist
    3) : royalist
    1) : realist
    2) : royalist
    * * *
    realista adj realistic

    Spanish-English dictionary > realista

  • 5 terco

    adj.
    stubborn, hardheaded, dogged, hard-nosed.
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    1 obstinate, stubborn
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    (f. - terca)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=obstinado) stubborn, obstinate
    2) And (=severo) harsh, unfeeling; (=indiferente) indifferent
    3) [material] hard, tough, hard to work
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo stubborn, obstinate

    ser terco como una mula — (fam) to be as stubborn as a mule

    * * *
    = stubborn, perverse, pigheaded, stiff-necked, self-willed.
    Ex. He is seldom happy, never satisfied, temperamental, stubborn; his behavior at times can be charitably characterized as erratic.
    Ex. The demand for business information, in relation to its price, is rather perverse in that high price often generates a high demand.
    Ex. I argue that intellectual vices (such as being gullible, dogmatic, pigheaded, or prejudiced) are essential.
    Ex. The problem was that the stiff-necked men of science refused to bow down before the idols of political expediency.
    Ex. But apparently the self-willed distinction affected his reason -- he went soft in the head and ended up believing in his divine origins.
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo stubborn, obstinate

    ser terco como una mula — (fam) to be as stubborn as a mule

    * * *
    = stubborn, perverse, pigheaded, stiff-necked, self-willed.

    Ex: He is seldom happy, never satisfied, temperamental, stubborn; his behavior at times can be charitably characterized as erratic.

    Ex: The demand for business information, in relation to its price, is rather perverse in that high price often generates a high demand.
    Ex: I argue that intellectual vices (such as being gullible, dogmatic, pigheaded, or prejudiced) are essential.
    Ex: The problem was that the stiff-necked men of science refused to bow down before the idols of political expediency.
    Ex: But apparently the self-willed distinction affected his reason -- he went soft in the head and ended up believing in his divine origins.

    * * *
    terco -ca
    stubborn, obstinate
    ser terco como una mula ( fam); to be as stubborn as a mule
    * * *

    terco
    ◊ -ca adjetivo

    stubborn, obstinate
    terco,-a adjetivo stubborn

    ' terco' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    burra
    - burro
    - cabezón
    - cabezona
    - cabezudo
    - como
    - terca
    - canijo
    - empecinado
    - mula
    English:
    bloody-minded
    - obstinate
    - pigheaded
    - self-opinionated
    - stiff-necked
    - stubborn
    - wilful
    - wilfull
    - mule
    - strong
    - willful
    * * *
    terco, -a
    adj
    1. [testarudo] stubborn;
    terco como una mula as stubborn as a mule
    2. Ecuad [indiferente] cold, aloof
    nm,f
    stubborn person;
    ser un terco to be stubborn
    * * *
    adj stubborn
    * * *
    terco, -ca adj
    obstinado: obstinate, stubborn
    * * *
    terco adj stubborn

    Spanish-English dictionary > terco

  • 6 testarudo

    adj.
    1 stubborn, hardheaded, adamant, dogged.
    2 stubborn, adamant.
    m.
    stubborn person, strong-headed person, intransigent, intransigent person.
    * * *
    1 obstinate, stubborn, pig-headed
    * * *
    ADJ stubborn, pigheaded
    * * *
    - da adjetivo stubborn, pigheaded
    * * *
    = pigheaded, self-willed.
    Ex. I argue that intellectual vices (such as being gullible, dogmatic, pigheaded, or prejudiced) are essential.
    Ex. But apparently the self-willed distinction affected his reason -- he went soft in the head and ended up believing in his divine origins.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo stubborn, pigheaded
    * * *
    = pigheaded, self-willed.

    Ex: I argue that intellectual vices (such as being gullible, dogmatic, pigheaded, or prejudiced) are essential.

    Ex: But apparently the self-willed distinction affected his reason -- he went soft in the head and ended up believing in his divine origins.

    * * *
    testarudo1 -da
    stubborn, pigheaded
    testarudo2 -da
    masculine, feminine
    es un testarudo he's stubborn o pigheaded, he's a stubborn devil
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    testarudo
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    stubborn, pigheaded
    testarudo,-a adjetivo stubborn, pigheaded

    ' testarudo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    cabezón
    - cabezona
    - testaruda
    English:
    headstrong
    - obstinate
    - stubborn
    - hard
    - head
    * * *
    testarudo, -a
    adj
    stubborn
    nm,f
    stubborn person;
    ser un testarudo to be stubborn
    * * *
    adj stubborn
    * * *
    testarudo, -da adj
    : stubborn, pigheaded
    * * *
    testarudo adj stubborn

    Spanish-English dictionary > testarudo

  • 7 testarudez

    f.
    1 stubbornness.
    2 hardheaded action, hardheaded position.
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    1 stubbornness, obstinacy, pig-headedness
    * * *
    SF stubbornness, pigheadedness
    * * *
    femenino stubbornness, pigheadedness
    * * *
    femenino stubbornness, pigheadedness
    * * *
    stubbornness, pigheadedness
    * * *

    testarudez sustantivo femenino obstinacy, stubborness
    ' testarudez' also found in these entries:
    English:
    pigheadedness
    * * *
    stubbornness;
    con testarudez stubbornly
    * * *
    f stubbornness

    Spanish-English dictionary > testarudez

  • 8 cabezonada

    f.
    1 stubborn action, hardheaded action, pigheaded action.
    2 pigheadedness, hardheadedness, stubbornness, obstinacy.
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    1 familiar pig-headed action
    * * *
    ( fam)
    pigheaded thing to do ( colloq)
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    Fam
    el ir a la playa fue una cabezonada de tu padre going to the beach was something your father got into his head that we just had to do
    * * *
    f pigheaded thing to do

    Spanish-English dictionary > cabezonada

  • 9 duro de corazón

    • hard goods
    • hard-hearted person
    • hardheaded person
    • hardheartedness

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > duro de corazón

  • 10 endurecido

    • cold of heart
    • compassionless
    • harden
    • hardener
    • hardheaded person
    • hardheartedness
    • inured
    • stonyhearted
    • toughened
    • unfeeling

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > endurecido

  • 11 endurecido de corazón

    • hard copy
    • hard-core waiver
    • hardheaded person
    • hardheartedness
    • insensately
    • insensible condition

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > endurecido de corazón

  • 12 insensible

    • case-hardened
    • cold-hearted
    • hardheaded person
    • hardheartedness
    • impervious
    • insensately
    • insensible condition
    • insensitive person
    • insensitiveness
    • inseparability
    • leaden sword
    • leaden-eyed
    • pitiless
    • stonyhearted
    • tactless
    • unfeeling
    • unresponsive

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > insensible

  • 13 porfía

    • hardheaded
    • hardhearted
    • obstinacy
    • stubbornness
    • wayside
    • wayworn

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > porfía

  • 14 ser duro de mollera

    • be hardheaded
    • be stubborn

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > ser duro de mollera

  • 15 sin corazón

    • hardheaded person
    • hardheartedness
    • heartiness
    • heartlessly

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > sin corazón

  • 16 tacańería

    • avarice
    • cheapness
    • cheese-paring
    • cheeseparing
    • covetousness
    • hardening of the arteries
    • hardheaded
    • miserliness
    • Nigerian
    • niggardly
    • penny-pinching
    • stinginess
    • tightfistedness

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > tacańería

  • 17 terco

    • dogged
    • hardening of the veins
    • hardheaded person
    • headstart
    • headwaiter
    • muleteer
    • mulishness
    • obstinate
    • peevish
    • pigheaded
    • self-operative
    • self-ordained
    • self-ventilation
    • self-winding
    • stick-to-itive
    • stiff-necked
    • stubborn

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > terco

  • 18 testarudo

    • adamant
    • bolthead
    • hardening of the veins
    • hardheaded person
    • intractable
    • intransigent
    • intransigent person
    • muleteer
    • mulishness
    • obdurate
    • opinion survey
    • opium
    • peevish
    • piggish
    • pigheaded
    • self-operative
    • self-ordained
    • stiff-necked
    • stubborn
    • stubborn person

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > testarudo

См. также в других словарях:

  • hardheaded — hard head ed, hard headed hard head ed, a. Having sound judgment; sagacious; shrewd; practical and pragmatic. {Hard head ed*ness}, n. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • hardheaded — index perspicacious Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • hardheaded — [härd′hed΄id] adj. 1. shrewd and unsentimental; practical; matter of fact 2. stubborn; obstinate; dogged hardheadedly adv. hardheadedness n …   English World dictionary

  • hardheaded — adjective Date: 1583 1. stubborn, willful 2. concerned with or involving practical considerations ; sober, realistic < some hardheaded advice > < a hardheaded observer of winds and tides > • hardheadedly adverb • hardheadedness …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • hardheaded — mod. stubborn. □ Gary is a real hardheaded guy. □ Anybody that hardheaded is going to have trouble with everybody …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • hardheaded — {adj.} Stubborn; shrewd; practical. * /Don is a hardheaded businessman who made lots of money, even during the recession./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • hardheaded — {adj.} Stubborn; shrewd; practical. * /Don is a hardheaded businessman who made lots of money, even during the recession./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • hardheaded — adj Stubborn; shrewd; practical. Don is a hardheaded businessman who made lots of money, even during the recession …   Словарь американских идиом

  • hardheaded — adjective a hardheaded jurist Syn: unsentimental, practical, pragmatic, businesslike, realistic, sensible, rational, clear thinking, coolheaded, down to earth, matter of fact, no nonsense, with both feet on the ground; tough, hard bitten; shrewd …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • hardheaded — hard nosed / hardheaded [adj] stubborn astute, bullheaded*, hard*, hard boiled*, headstrong, intractable, levelheaded, locked in*, mulish, obstinate, pertinacious, perverse, pigheaded*, practical, pragmatic, rational, realistic, resolute,… …   New thesaurus

  • hardheaded — adjective 1. unreasonably rigid in the face of argument or entreaty or attack • Syn: ↑mulish • Similar to: ↑stubborn, ↑obstinate, ↑unregenerate • Derivationally related forms: ↑mulishness ( …   Useful english dictionary

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