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major adj.

  1. major (important; significant)
  2. major

major [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the major (squadron leader)
    el comandante; el mayor

Translation Matrix for major:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
comandante major; squadron leader airman; aviator; captain; centurion; chief; commander; commander-in-chief; commanding officer; flier; flyer; forewoman; general; headman; leader; lieutenant-colonel; lord; master; pilot; ruler; scoutmaster; woman-leader
esencial main issue; main point; main thing; prominent
mayor major; squadron leader Nestor; doyen; eldest; oldest; senior; senior partner
ModifierTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
esencial important; major; significant actual; actually; as a matter of fact; basic; cardinal; central; chief; crucial; elemental; elementary; essential; exhaustive; fundamental; in fact; indispensable; inevitably; material; necessary; needfully; of necessity; principal; real; really; thorough; true; vital; wanted
importante important; major; significant aristocratic; big; capital; central; considerable; conspicuous; crucial; dignified; distinguished; elemental; eminent; enormous; essential; fundamental; glorious; grand; great; high ranking; highranking; illustrious; important; large; leading; material; notable; noteworthy; obese; princely; prominent; remarkable; renowned; respectable; significant; stately; stout; striking; substantial; tall; vast; venerable; vital; wanted; weighty
mayor big; bigger; biggest; considerable; conspicuous; elder; elderly; enormous; great; higher; large; larger; notable; older; remarkable; respectable; striking; substantial; tall; taller; vast
modo mayor major

Palabras relacionadas con "major":

  • majors, majorly

Sinónimos de "major":

Antónimos de "major":

Definiciones relacionadas de "major":

  1. greater in number or size or amount1
    • a major portion (a majority) of the population1
    • a major portion of the winnings1
  2. greater in scope or effect1
    • a major contribution1
    • a major improvement1
    • a major break with tradition1
    • a major misunderstanding1
  3. of full legal age1
  4. of a scale or mode1
    • major scales1
    • the key of D major1
  5. of the field of academic study in which one concentrates or specializes1
    • his major field was mathematics1
  6. of greater importance or stature or rank1
    • a major artist1
    • a major role1
    • major highways1
  7. of greater seriousness or danger1
    • a major earthquake1
    • a major hurricane1
    • a major illness1
  8. of the elder of two boys with the same family name1
    • Jones major1
  9. the principal field of study of a student at a university1
    • her major is linguistics1
  10. a commissioned military officer in the United States Army or Air Force or Marines; below lieutenant colonel and above captain1
  11. a university student who is studying a particular field as the principal subject1
    • she is a linguistics major1
  12. have as one's principal field of study1
    • She is majoring in linguistics1

Wiktionary: major

  1. person of legal age
  2. The main area of study
  3. military rank
  1. musical chord or key

Cross Translation:
major maior; mayor; bemol; si BTonart, Tonbezeichnung
major mayor DurMusik: Tongeschlecht einer Klangverbindung, deren Charakteristikum eine große Terz im Verhältnis zum Grundton ist.
major mayor Durin Zusammensetzungen: eine Tonart dieses Geschlechts
major mayor F — Tonartbezeichnung, kurz für F-Dur

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