robust em Inglês
adj. robust, sturdy, strong, hardy, healthy, rugged, rocky, stony
adv. robustly, in a manly fashion, stoutly, resolutely, intrepidly, ruggedly, roughly, brawnily
Frases De Exemplo
And here they are,” he added, holding out his two robust arms, furrowed with veins as large as the strings of a bass-viol.
The robust and agile Frenchman was soon on his feet again.
There were robust farmers with sunburnt complexions; and their wives, overflowing with vigour, with their cheeks as red as apples.
A memory greatly affected the Russian. Many an afternoon, after lunch, he had met in this very spot a robust man, stocky, with reddish beard and kindly eyes,
brought forth a harvest of bristling crosses! War now showed itself to Desnoyers with all its cruel hideousness. He had been accustomed to speak of it heretofore as those in robust health speak of death,
His gay and robust old age had suddenly fallen from him, the news having clapped ten years on to his four score.
Of what use would it be? He looked robust and was well-preserved for his age, but he was over seventy, and only the young make good soldiers. But combat is only one part of the struggle.
The decline in the fourth quarter of 2013 was directly related to poor retail sales, inventory adjustments, and a less robust balance of trade.
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Then, too, Chichi was now almost a woman, her robust development making her look older than she was, and it was not expedient to keep her on the estate to become a rustic senorita like her mother.
What do you need? What do you want? His voice was trembling with tenderness. He was speaking to the tanned and robust combatant in the same tone that he was wont to use twenty years ago
Sinônimos1. rude: boisterous, coarse, rough, wild
2. vigourous: healthy, hardy, stalwart, strong, strapping, powerful, sturdy