absolute


absolute
'æbsəlu:t
adjective
(complete: absolute honesty.) absoluto
absolute adj absoluto
absolute
tr['æbsəlʊːt]
adjective
1 (gen) absoluto,-a
in absolute terms en términos absolutos
2 (total) total
there was absolute silence hubo silencio total
it's the absolute truth es la pura verdad
it's absolute rubbish es una perfecta tontería
3 (unlimited) absoluto,-a
he held absolute power over her ejercía un poder absoluto sobre ella
4 (irrefutable) irrefutable, incontrovertible
we have absolute proof tenemos pruebas incontrovertibles
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
absolute majority mayoría absoluta
absolute zero cero absoluto
absolute ['æbsə.lu:t, .æbsə'lu:t] adj
1) complete, perfect: completo, pleno, perfecto
2) unconditional: absoluto, incondicional
3) definite: categórico, definitivo
absolute
adj.
absoluto (Matemática) adj.
incondicional adj.
puro, -a adj.
total adj.
n.
absoluto s.m.
'æbsəluːt
adjective
1)
a) (complete) <trust/confidence> absoluto, pleno

the absolute truth — la pura verdad

an absolute beginner — un principiante que no sabe absolutamente nada

b) (as intensifier) total

it was an absolute disaster — fue un absoluto desastre or un desastre total

absolute chaos — el caos más absoluto

he's an absolute idiot — es un tonto redomado

a look of absolute hatred — una mirada de odio reconcentrado

2)
a) (unconditional) <right> incuestionable; <pardon/freedom> incondicional; <guarantee> absoluto
b) <monarch/rule> absoluto
['æbsǝluːt]
1. ADJ
1) (=complete, unqualified) [certainty, confidence, majority, need] absoluto; [support] incondicional, total; [refusal] rotundo; [prohibition, command] terminante; [proof] irrefutable; [denial] rotundo, categórico; [right] incuestionable

he's an absolute beginner — es un auténtico principiante

it's an absolute fact that ... — es indiscutible el hecho de que ...

the divorce was made absolute — concedieron el divorcio por sentencia firme

absolute monopoly — monopolio m total

it was the absolute truth, I promise — era la pura verdad, se lo prometo

absolute veto — veto m total

2) (=unlimited) [power, monarch] absoluto
3) (=not relative) [value] absoluto

in absolute terms — en términos absolutos

the quest for absolute truth — la búsqueda de la verdad absoluta

4) (as intensifier) [liar, villain] redomado

the party was an absolute disaster — la fiesta fue un completo desastre

it's an absolute disgrace — es una auténtica vergüenza

it's the absolute end! — ¡es el colmo!

she wore an expression of absolute hatred — la expresión de su cara estaba llena de odio

the man's an absolute idiot — es completamente idiota

it's absolute rubbish! — ¡es puro disparate!

5) (Gram) absoluto
2.
N
(Philos)

the absolute — lo absoluto

3.
CPD

absolute alcohol N — alcohol m puro

absolute liability N — (Econ, Jur) responsabilidad f total

absolute majority N — mayoría f absoluta

to win an absolute majority — obtener la mayoría absoluta

absolute pitch N — (Mus) oído m absoluto

to have absolute pitch — tener oído absoluto

absolute temperature N — temperatura f absoluta

absolute zero N — cero m absoluto

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['æbsəluːt]
adjective
1)
a) (complete) <trust/confidence> absoluto, pleno

the absolute truth — la pura verdad

an absolute beginner — un principiante que no sabe absolutamente nada

b) (as intensifier) total

it was an absolute disaster — fue un absoluto desastre or un desastre total

absolute chaos — el caos más absoluto

he's an absolute idiot — es un tonto redomado

a look of absolute hatred — una mirada de odio reconcentrado

2)
a) (unconditional) <right> incuestionable; <pardon/freedom> incondicional; <guarantee> absoluto
b) <monarch/rule> absoluto

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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