Detailed Translations for massive from English to Spanish


Translation Matrix for massive:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
fuerte castle; château; citadel; door lock; fort; fortification; fortified building; fortress; knight's castle; lock; strength; strong point; stronghold
macizo bed; bedstead; flower bed; flower garden; place to sleep
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- monolithic; monumental
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
complicado awkward; burdensome; difficult; hard; heavy; massive; stiff; tough annoying; awkward; complex; complicated; critical; delicate; difficult; hard; ill-timed; incompetent; inconvenient; intricate; involved; painful; perilous; precarious; review; touchy; unfit; unsuitable; worrisome; wrapped in
con intensidad heavy; intense; massive; vehement; violent fierce; heavy; intense; vehement; violent
de peso heavily built; heavyset; massive burdensome; heavy; obese; oppressing; oppressive; stout
difícil awkward; burdensome; difficult; hard; heavy; massive; stiff; tough aggravating; annoying; awkward; critical; delicate; difficult; exacting; hard; ill-timed; incompetent; inconvenient; incriminating; painful; perilous; perplexing; precarious; problematic; puzzling; review; stiff; stiff conversation; strenuous; touchy; tough; tricky; trying; unfit; unsuitable; worrisome
duro awkward; burdensome; difficult; hard; heavy; massive; stiff; tough against the grain; agressive; aloud; blunt; callous; cruel; dispassionate; dizy; emotionless; hard; hard-handed; hard-hearted; harsh; headstrong; heartless; immovable; impassive; indifferent; inflexible; insensitive; merciless; obstinate; offensive; out loud; penetrating; persisting; piercing; pig-headed; pitiless; plain; rasping; recalcitrant; relentless; rigid; rough; ruthless; shrill; soulless; star; stern; stiff; straight; straight-backed; stubborn; tenacious; tough; unbending; uncaring; unfeeling; violent; weak
fornido heavily built; heavyset; massive big-boned; burly; effective; fierce; heavy; hefty; intense; large-limbed; muscular; potent; powerfully built; robust; solid; stocky; stout; strong; sturdy; vehement; violent; well built
fuerte heavily built; heavyset; massive aloud; as fast as a bullet; big; bold; brave; burly; constant; courageous; durable; effective; embittered; everlasting; exasperated; fierce; firm; grim; heavy; heroic; heroical; intense; lasting; morally strong; muscular; out loud; penetrating; piercing; potent; powerful; punish; rasping; robust; severe; shrill; solid; sound; standing-on; staunch; stiff; stone-hard; stout; strapping; strong; sturdy; sullen; suppressed; valiant; vehement; very fast; vigorous; violent; well built
grande heavily built; heavyset; massive at large extent; big; considerable; conspicuous; enormous; generous; gigantic; glorious; grand; grandiose; great; haughty; huge; immense; imposing; impressive; large; lofty; magnanimous; magnificent; noble; notable; out of proportion; proud; remarkable; respectable; splendid; striking; substantial; swell; tall; tremendous; vast; very large; vigorous
intensamente heavy; intense; massive; vehement; violent fierce; heavy; intense; vehement; violent
intenso heavy; intense; massive; vehement; violent boisterousness; busily engaged; busy; decided; decisive; deep; determined; dire; embittered; engaged; exasperated; fierce; furious; grim; grinding; heartfelt; heavy; intense; occupied; penetrating; piercing; profound; rasping; resolute; shrill; sullen; suppressed; tempestuous; tied up; vehement; violent
macizo heavily built; heavyset; massive
masivo bulk; heavily built; heavyset; massive; wholesale in large numbers; multitudinous; numerous; obese; stout
musculoso heavily built; heavyset; massive effective; fierce; heavy; intense; muscular; potent; solid; stout; strong; sturdy; vehement; violent; well built
profundo heavy; intense; massive; vehement; violent consummate; deep; fierce; heartfelt; hearty; heavy; in depth; intense; penetrating; perfect; profound; profoundly; radical; sincere; thorough; vehement; violent; whole-hearted
robusto heavily built; heavyset; massive big; big-boned; bold; brave; burly; courageous; effective; fierce; forceful; heavy; hefty; heroic; heroical; intense; large-limbed; potent; powerful; powerfully built; robust; stocky; stout; strapping; strong; sturdy; tough; valiant; vehement; vigorous; violent
sólido burly; heavily built; heavyset; massive; robust; sturdy constant; durable; elaborate; everlasting; firm; hard core; lasting; obese; reliable; solid; sound; stable; staunch; stout; substantial
vigoroso heavily built; heavyset; massive big; busily engaged; busy; decisive; drastic; effective; energetic; engaged; fierce; firm; forceful; great; heavy; intense; large; lively; morally strong; occupied; potent; powerful; robust; standing-on; staunch; stiff; strapping; strong; tall; tied up; vast; vehement; vigorous; violent

Related Words for "massive":

  • massiveness, massively, mass

Synonyms for "massive":

Related Definitions for "massive":

  1. consisting of great mass; containing a great quantity of matter1
    • Earth is the most massive of the terrestrial planets1
  2. imposing in size or bulk or solidity1
    • massive oak doors1
    • Moore's massive sculptures1
  3. imposing in scale or scope or degree or power1
    • massive retaliatory power1
    • a massive increase in oil prices1
    • massive changes1
  4. being the same substance throughout1
    • massive silver1

Wiktionary Translations for massive:

  1. massive

Cross Translation:
massive masiva; masivo massig — mit Masse ausgestattet; über genügend, ausreichend Masse verfügend
massive macizo; masivo massif — de masse, gros
massive enorme énorme — Qui excéder de beaucoup la grandeur ou la grosseur habituelle.

massive form of mass:

mass [the ~] noun

  1. the mass (a whole lot; multitude; heap; )
    el montón; la gran cantidad; la pila
  2. the mass (Mass; worship; service)
    el empleo; la misa; la ayuda
  3. the mass (favour; service; grace; )
    el favor; la donación; el donativo

Translation Matrix for mass:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
ayuda Mass; mass; service; worship aid; aids; alleviation; assistance; assistant; assuagement; benefit; bystander; carriers; charwoman; cleaning-person; clerk; couriers; delivery-men; dole; footman; hand; help; helper; helpfulness; helping hands; messengers; prop; provision of services; relief; second servant; service; services; serving; shore; social assistance; social security; support; unemployment benefit; valet; welfare
donación boon; favor; favour; goodwill; grace; mass; patronage; service; support donation; gift; offering; present
donativo boon; favor; favour; goodwill; grace; mass; patronage; service; support donation
empleo Mass; mass; service; worship action; ante; application; chore; duties; employment; function; hobby; inset; installment; instalment; job; labor; labour; pastime; position; post; stakes; task; usage; use; wagework; work; working; workpiece
favor boon; favor; favour; goodwill; grace; mass; patronage; service; support benevolence; charity; philanthropy; well-doing
gran cantidad a whole lot; heap; load; lot; mass; multitude; quite a lot accumulation; congestion; crowd; gathering; group; mess; mountain; muddle
misa Mass; mass; service; worship
montón a whole lot; heap; load; lot; mass; multitude; quite a lot accumulation; bag and baggage; bunch; caboodle; clutter; collection; compilation; crowd; gathering; group; heap; hotchpotch; jumble; lot; medley; mishmash; pack; pile; piling up; quite a lot; scoop; sifting; sorting; spoon; stacking
pila a whole lot; heap; load; lot; mass; multitude; quite a lot barrel; battery; bucket; butt; cask; column; cue; drum; hold; kitchen sink; little heap; little pile; pail; pan; post; rinsing-tub; sink; stack; tub; vat; vessel
- bulk; hoi polloi; masses; multitude; people; the great unwashed; volume
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- aggregate; aggregated; aggregative
Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
ayuda help; online help
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- accumulate; form

Related Words for "mass":

Synonyms for "mass":

Related Definitions for "mass":

  1. formed of separate units gathered into a mass or whole1
  2. the property of a body that causes it to have weight in a gravitational field1
  3. the property of something that is great in magnitude1
    • he received a mass of correspondence1
  4. an ill-structured collection of similar things (objects or people)1
  5. the common people generally1
    • separate the warriors from the mass1
  6. a body of matter without definite shape1
    • a huge ice mass1
  7. join together into a mass or collect or form a mass1
    • Crowds were massing outside the palace1

Wiktionary Translations for mass:

  1. celebrate Mass
  1. religion: celebration of the Eucharist
  2. religion: Eucharist
  3. physics: quantity of matter which a body contains
  4. quantity of matter cohering together to make one body
  1. involving a mass of things
  2. involving a mass of people

Cross Translation:
mass misa mis — een godsdienstoefening in de katholieke kerk, een eucharistieviering
mass masa massa — totale hoeveelheid materie in een object
mass masa MassePhysik: die Ursache, dass der Materie Trägheit und Gravitation eigen ist; nach der Relativitätstheorie mit Energie äquivalent
mass misa MesseReligion: christliche Gottesdienstform, die aus Wortgottesdienst und Eucharistiefeier besteht
mass feria MesseWirtschaft: Warenschau
mass masiva; masivo massig — mit Masse ausgestattet; über genügend, ausreichend Masse verfügend
mass aglomerar agglomérermasser en un tout compact.
mass montón amas — Assemblage de plusieurs choses réunies, accumulées comme en un seul tas (1)
mass masa; bloque blocmasse, gros morceau d’une matière pesante et dure, telle que la pierre, le marbre, le fer non encore travailler.
mass folla; acervo; montón; muchedumbre foule — multitude de gens
mass masa; acervo; montón; cúmulo; pila masseamas de plusieurs parties qui faire corps ensemble.
mass misa messe — (christianisme) rite catholique qui commémore la mort de Jésus-Christ, et qui se fait par le ministère du prêtre devant un autel.