rigor en Español

Pronunciación
s. rigor, austeridad, rigidez, severidad, tirantez; escalofríos

rigor en Inglés

Pronunciación
[rigor (m)] n. rigor, hardness, severity, stringency; stiffness of muscles causing an inability to react to stimuli (Physiology)

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La muerte se aprende a través de un rigor constante durante toda la vida.
We learn to die with a constant rigor throughout a lifetime.
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Sucedía esto en 1875, y era en el rigor del estío; no recuerdo si el día de Santiago o el de San Luis... me inclino a creer el de San Luis.
This took place in 1875, and was at the height of the summer. I do not remember whether it was Saint James’s day or Saint Louis’s. I am inclined to think it was Saint Louis’s.
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—Hé ahí la imparcialidad del mundo. Critican severamente la pobreza, y á la vez no hay cosa que condenen con más rigor que el ánsia de riquezas.
This is the even–handed dealing of the world!, he said. "There is nothing on which it is so hard as poverty; and there is nothing it professes to condemn with such severity as the pursuit of wealth!"
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Lo pesado, lo anonadador, son las operaciones y sacrificios que preceden al combate, las marchas interminables, los rigores de la temperatura, las noches a cielo raso, remover la tierra, abrir trincheras,
The hardship and self-denial are the operations and sacrifices that precede combat. The interminable marches, extremes of temperature, nights in the open air, shoveling earth, digging trenches,
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Tales consideraciones pueden disuadir a los Estados de presentar nombres o aplicar sanciones con el rigor necesario, lo que socavaría la credibilidad y eficacia del régimen de sanciones.
Such concerns may discourage States from submitting names or applying sanctions with the required rigour, thereby undermining the credibility and effectiveness of the sanctions regime.
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Los rigores de nuestra profesión no nos permite desclasificar todos los nombres para todas las estrellas.
The rigors of our profession don't allow us to declassify all the names for all the stars.
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Esta fue la primera señal de divergencia entre lo que Alemania creía que debía hacerse (planes de rigor fiscal y estabilidad en las finanzas públicas), y lo que estaban practicando sus socios europeos, incluida Francia.
This was the first signal of divergence between what Germany thought it had to do (plans of fiscal strictness and stability in the public finances), and what its European partners were doing, including France.
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Rigor Mortis es el endurecimiento de los músculos después de la muerte.
Rigor Mortis is the stiffening of the muscles after death.
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No, simplemente no podía explicar su avanzado estado de rigor mortis.
No, I simply couldn't explain his advanced stage of rigor mortis.
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Está del rigor para él y ella
It's de rigueur for him and her
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Sinónimos

something hard to endure: hardship, rigourousness, severeness, difficultness, difficulty, sternness, rigorousness, rigour, asperity, grimness, severity
excessive sternness: harshness, stiffness, strictness, severity, sternness, severeness, inclemency, rigorousness, rigour, hardness, rigourousness
the quality of being valid and rigorous: credibility, credibleness, validity, believability, rigour, cogency



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