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  • 61 grave — {{#}}{{LM G19380}}{{〓}} {{SynG19877}} {{[}}grave{{]}} ‹gra·ve› {{《}}▍ adj.inv.{{》}} {{<}}1{{>}} Que tiene mucha entidad o importancia: • Estamos atravesando una grave crisis económica.{{○}} {{<}}2{{>}} Serio o que causa respeto: • Llegó… …

    Diccionario de uso del español actual con sinónimos y antónimos

  • 62 grave — 1. n. 1 a a trench dug in the ground to receive a coffin on burial. b a mound or memorial stone placed over this. 2 (prec. by the) death, esp. as indicating mortal finality. 3 something compared to or regarded as a grave. Phrases and idioms: turn …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 63 grave — adj m y f I. 1 Que es malo, peligroso, dañino, o perjudicial: una enfermedad grave, una noticia grave, un grave error, graves consecuencias 2 Estar grave Estar muy enfermo y en peligro de muerte 3 Que es serio y austero, que corresponde a las… …

    Español en México

  • 64 grave*/ — [greɪv] noun I 1) [C] the place where a dead body is buried in a deep hole in the ground He s never even visited his mother s grave.[/ex] 2) the grave [singular] literary death His secret will go with me to the grave (= I will die without telling …

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • 65 grave — Modern English has essentially two words grave. Grave ‘burial place’ goes back ultimately to prehistoric Indo European *ghrebh ‘dig’, which also produced Latvian grebt ‘hollow out’ and Old Church Slavonic pogreti ‘bury’. Its Germanic descendant… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 66 grave — Modern English has essentially two words grave. Grave ‘burial place’ goes back ultimately to prehistoric Indo European *ghrebh ‘dig’, which also produced Latvian grebt ‘hollow out’ and Old Church Slavonic pogreti ‘bury’. Its Germanic descendant… …

    Word origins

  • 67 grave — 1. adjective /ɡreɪv/ a) Characterised by a dignified sense of seriousness; not cheerful, sombre. An illiterate fool sits in a mans seat; and the common people hold him learned, grave, and wise. b) Low in pitch, tone etc …

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  • 68 Grave — Gra|ve 〈[ və] n. 15; Mus.〉 grave zu spielendes Musikstück od. Teil eines Musikstückes * * * gra|ve <Adv.> [ital. grave < lat. gravis, ↑ gravierend] (Musik): langsam, schwer u. feierlich, ernst. * * * grave   [lateinisch italienisch… …

    Universal-Lexikon

  • 69 grave — {{hw}}{{grave}}{{/hw}}A agg. 1 (fis.) Che subisce gli effetti della forza di gravità: corpo –g. 2 (est.) Pesante, faticoso: fardello grave | Greve: avere le palpebre gravi di sonno; CONTR. Leggero. 3 (lett.) Carico, onusto | Essere grave d anni,… …

    Enciclopedia di italiano

  • 70 grave — grave1 noun a hole dug in the ground to receive a coffin or corpse. ↘(the grave) death. Phrases dig one s own grave do something foolish which causes one s downfall. turn (N. Amer. also roll over or turn over) in one s grave (of a dead person) be …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 71 grave — gra|ve 〈[ və] Mus.〉 schwer, ernst, langsam, getragen (zu spielen) [ital.] * * * gra|ve <Adv.> [ital. grave < lat. gravis, ↑ gravierend] (Musik): langsam, schwer u. feierlich, ernst. * * * grave   [lateinisch italienisch »schwer«],… …

    Universal-Lexikon

  • 72 grave — Synonyms and related words: abject, abominable, acute, afflictive, agonizing, annihilation, arch, aristocratic, arrant, assemble, atrocious, august, autolithograph, awe inspiring, awful, bane, baritone, barrow, base, bass, be a printmaker,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 73 grave — (adj) (Básico) que tiene mucha importancia, es serio y bastante solemne Ejemplos: Nos hemos enfrentado a una grave crisis económica, pero ya nos estamos recuperando. El terrorismo es un grave problema en el mundo. Colocaciones: situación grave,… …

    Español Extremo Basic and Intermediate

  • 74 grave — See: ONE FOOT IN THE GRAVE, TURN IN ONE S GRAVE or TURN OVER IN ONE S GRAVE …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 75 grave — See: ONE FOOT IN THE GRAVE, TURN IN ONE S GRAVE or TURN OVER IN ONE S GRAVE …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 76 grave — See: one foot in the grave, turn in one s grave or turn over in one s grave …

    Словарь американских идиом

  • 77 grave — adj. Bête, con : C qu elle est grave ! Fou, inconscient de ses actes. / Dangereux : c est grave. □ adv. Beaucoup, très : Il s est craché grave …

    Dictionnaire du Français argotique et populaire

  • 78 grave — I noun she left flowers at his grave Syn: burial site, gravesite, cemetery plot, tomb, sepulcher, vault, burial chamber, mausoleum, crypt; last resting place II adjective 1) a grave matter Syn: serious, importan …

    Thesaurus of popular words

  • 79 grave — I noun an unmarked grave Syn: tomb, burial place, last resting place, vault, mausoleum, sepulchre II adjective 1) a grave matter Syn: serious, important, weighty, profound, significant …

    Synonyms and antonyms dictionary

  • 80 grave — Denoting symptoms of a serious or dangerous character. [L. gravis, heavy, g.] * * * grave grāv adj very serious: dangerous to life used of an illness or its prospects <a grave prognosis> * * * (grāv) [L. gravis] severe or serious …

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