Serious

Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

more serious   (mas serio)

In 2004-5 more serious slumping episodes occurred.

A more serious trouble befell him later in the year.

A more serious type of divination is the Kiō-á.

most serious   (más serio)

It is the most serious nerve injury in the scheme.

His most serious rival was the former magistrate Gaston Pierre.

The crash is noted as the most serious incident in DIA's history.

serious injury   (herida grave)

All workers escaped without serious injury.

His career ended after a serious injury in his last match.

Beyond that the pitcher would cause himself a serious injury.

serious injuries   (lesiones graves)

Reema was taken to hospital with serious injuries.

Six of these 50 people have suffered serious injuries.

No serious injuries occurred on either vessel.

serious damage   (daño grave)

Counties in Transylvania and Dobruja showed no serious damage.

One bomb caused serious damage to the Victorian glass and steel roof.

The fire was discovered and extinguished before causing serious damage.

very serious

"He's very serious about his work, like I am.

Price is also very serious and thoughtful.

Allegedly Munatia Plancina was convicted of very serious crimes.

suffered a serious

In 115, Apamea suffered a serious earthquake.

John Mason suffered a serious head injury and an 11-day coma.

Here, however, his victorious career suffered a serious setback.

serious threat   (amenaza seria)

The Golden coqui is in serious threat of extinction.

Thus, rising ocean temperatures pose a serious threat to this species.

The most serious threat to species is loss and degradation of habitats.

serious problem   (problema serio)

Child sex tourism is a serious problem in the country.

Malnutrition is a serious problem for Guinea.

Domestic violence was considered a serious problem in 2011.

no serious

The lightning strikes had caused no serious permanent damage.

Counties in Transylvania and Dobruja showed no serious damage.

Beyond that, I can think of no serious objections to the game."

serious problems

In industrial processes, foams pose serious problems.

Corruption and impunity were serious problems.

This caused serious problems for tourists to access the tower.

serious illness   (Enfermedad seria)

Meally died following a brief but serious illness.

He died in 1912 after a short, serious illness.

She died after a long and serious illness.

first serious

Odhams had faced their first serious crisis in May 1967.

Tomlinson's first serious duty was to re-establish the Rev.

It was one of the first serious games ever to be developed.

suffered serious

Six of these 50 people have suffered serious injuries.

The military suffered serious unrest in 2008.

The men suffered serious, although not life-threatening, injuries.

serious knee

A serious knee injury forced him to retire in 1975.

He had to retire in 2004 due to serious knee injury.

His career was put on halt due to a serious knee injury.

serious knee injury

A serious knee injury forced him to retire in 1975.

He had to retire in 2004 due to serious knee injury.

His career was put on halt due to a serious knee injury.

serious crimes

Allegedly Munatia Plancina was convicted of very serious crimes.

This is true even if new facts occur that indicate other and/or much serious crimes.

Often serious crimes have been either poorly investigated or prosecution has been declined.

serious financial   (seria financiera)

The production was a serious financial strain on Wallenda.

However the club's serious financial problems caused unrest.

Kalaya is in serious financial trouble.

serious health   (salud seria)

Some of these solvents pose serious health concerns.

This can lead to serious health problems, such as leukemia.

Hazardous drugs expose health care workers to serious health risks.

cause serious   (causar serios)

Benzodiazepines can cause serious addiction problems.

This can cause serious harm to the species that drink the water.

It is a challenging exercise, as poor form or execution can cause serious injury.

serious issue

How to pay for it remained a serious issue.

But with so much else to do, that's hardly a serious issue."

Cutting of the flooded forest to make room for farming is also a serious issue.

less serious   (menos serio)

The astronauts also engaged in less serious activities on the Moon.

Hydrangeas are another potential pest, but their threat is less serious.

There were also a series of less serious riots in other towns and cities.

serious accident

It was about this time that a serious accident occurred.

In 2004, the Heideroosjes tour bus was involved in a serious accident.

He was not to be deterred, even after a serious accident in which he got severe concussion.

caused serious

This caused serious problems for tourists to access the tower.

One bomb caused serious damage to the Victorian glass and steel roof.

Their love affair caused serious complications between Goebbels and his wife Magda.

serious consequences   (consecuencias graves)

Failure for them to do so could have serious consequences.

The 1678–1679 civil war resulted in the most serious consequences.

It is estimated that a person might drink of heavy water without serious consequences.

become a serious   (convertirse en un serio)

Pollution, from industry and car exhaust has become a serious problem.

Mealybugs may become a serious pest of pineapples if ants are present to protect mealybugs from their natural enemies.

Transphobia can become a serious conflict within the family and can damage the relationship the child has with his or her family.

serious crime

This has resulted in meticulous strict handling procedures with new cases of serious crime.

Upon examining the parcel himself, Holmes is convinced that it is evidence of a serious crime.

They seem to feel that giving freedom to women is equivalent to committing a very serious crime.

other serious   (otra seria)

Players would often have to quit due to broken bones or other serious injuries.

In 1891, with the Judiciary Act of 1891 (the "Evarts Act"), Congress extended this right to other serious crimes.

Although many AVMs are asymptomatic, they can cause intense pain or bleeding or lead to other serious medical problems.

without serious

The demonstration took place without serious incidents.

All workers escaped without serious injury.

It is estimated that a person might drink of heavy water without serious consequences.

serious concerns

However, after seeing subsequent drafts, we have serious concerns.

But still had serious concerns.

The intelligence that we have causes serious concerns that this is being considered.

serious attempt   (intento serio)

Some education-entertainment is a serious attempt to combine the best features of the two.

It has been said that this was Tchaikovsky's first serious attempt to conquer his homosexuality.

This was their second serious attempt at promotion, the first ending in a loss on penalties to Municipal de Colón.

serious enough

The damage sustained was serious enough to cut the patrol short.

The injury was serious enough for the owners and trainer to retire The Tin Man.

The damage sustained was serious enough to force the abandonment of her patrol.

serious issues

It seems to have been a response to criticism that he was not writing about serious issues.

Works by Shimizu address a range of serious issues including sex, race, and cultural identity, but also can be light and whimsical.

This was a ballet that was clearly parodying itself, something traditional ballet patrons would obviously have serious issues with.

serious concern   (preocupacion seria)

The air pollution in Cairo is a matter of serious concern.

Given the hot, dry climate, evaporation loss is a serious concern.

Obsolescence of technical skills is a serious concern for electrical engineers.

causing serious

The fire was discovered and extinguished before causing serious damage.

Twice in 1566 and 1698, parts of the church's vault structure collapsed causing serious damage.

That bomb passed through the ship and exploded under the hull, causing serious structural damage.

not serious

She described her album as "super fun" and "not serious."

The condition is generally not serious.

He quickly gets back on his toes as the injury is not serious.

serious consideration   (consideración seria)

Many rock fans thus began excluding the group from "serious consideration".

During the late 1960s and early 1970s, serious consideration was once given to moving the capital of Guyana to this area.

It is clear from the context that Eddington is not suggesting that the probability of this happening is worthy of serious consideration.

serious challenge   (serio desafío)

Lüdemann is the only serious challenge to the consensus of mid to late 50s.

He was challenged in the Republican primary by Paul Crespo, who presented a serious challenge.

Vitter faced a potentially serious challenge in the Republican primary as well as the general election.

serious cases

In more serious cases, blistering can occur.

For serious cases, such as murder, bail is often refused.

Having begun work in the Cheka, Grigory was assigned some serious cases.

serious side

Coronary ischemia has some serious side effects if it is not treated.

If hyperthermia is used conscientiously it has no serious side effects.

The most serious side effect of chloramphenicol treatment is aplastic anaemia.

serious violations

A majority of the serious violations were related to the lack of water and hand washing.

In July 2012, the CPLP refused Equatorial Guinea full membership, primarily because of its continued serious violations of human rights.

On December 28, 2018, President Tan Yuansheng () has been stripped of his post and party membership for alleged "serious violations of discipline and laws."

serious adverse

On occasion, serious adverse effects occur.

Many serious adverse events were reported from developed countries.

Although serious adverse effects are rare, acupuncture is not without risk.

so serious

The damage inflicted was so serious that scuttled the boat with a torpedo the following day.

The irregularities were so serious Pandhare alleged that the government was "...playing with people's lives".

The situation was so serious that Augustus himself appeared at the trial, even though he had not been called as a witness.

serious fire   (fuego grave)

This indicated serious fire in the attic floor above.

Dry tumbleweed poses a serious fire danger.

In 1610, about 50 percent of the houses were destroyed by a serious fire.

serious condition   (condición seria)

She was taken to hospital in a serious condition.

All 4 survivors were in serious condition.

They soon find him, but realise he is in a serious condition.

serious trouble

A more serious trouble befell him later in the year.

This, of course, was the beginning of serious trouble.

The British began to regard him as the fomenter of serious trouble.

serious head   (cabeza seria)

John Mason suffered a serious head injury and an 11-day coma.

Natasha, Summer and Chris are treated for minor injuries, while Andrew recovers from a serious head injury.

In 1986, he suffered a serious head injury, from which he never fully recovered, and affected his retirement.

serious car

In 2002, Simon was also involved in a serious car crash.

23 November 2007 had a serious car accident.

Simon was involved in two serious car accidents resulting in fatalities.

serious risk

There was the serious risk of both footpads (i.e.

It has been documented that the practice poses a serious risk of spreading herpes to the infant.

The United States' Environmental Protection Agency states that all forms of arsenic are a serious risk to human health.

serious relationship

They agree that neither of them want a serious relationship.

She also began a serious relationship with Guy Ritchie in 1999.

The pair share a passionate kiss and begin a serious relationship.

serious political

Instead, they employed humor to serious political ends.

But the 100-year horizon comes from serious political theorists".

In the 8th and 9th centuries, the iconoclast movement caused serious political unrest throughout the Empire.

serious danger

Earth is threatened by a serious danger — the galactic virus RZ, causing a "glass disease".

Farmers with low grades were in serious danger of penalties, or even total loss of their farms.

General Harlet brought up the 4th Grenadiers and the Anglo-allied centre was now in serious danger of breaking.

too serious

Life, the world are too serious to leave it in our hands".

I tried to have fun with it, tried to not take it too serious.

Children tend to find the news boring, too serious, or emotionally disturbing.

serious criminal

The most serious criminal and civil matters are reserved for the Supreme Court.

BRIs specialise in serious criminal cases such as armed robbery and kidnappings.

The 1996 Constitutional Review Group recommended replacing "felony" with "serious criminal offence".

sustained serious

She got high, crashed her car and sustained serious heart damage.

"King George V" sustained serious damage to her bow, and was forced to return to port for repairs.

About 50,000 of the nation's 280,000 telecommunication lines sustained serious damage, resulting in prolonged power outages.

serious medical   (médico serio)

AVMs can cause intense pain and lead to serious medical problems.

However, the overall rate of serious medical or surgical emergencies was low.

Peptic ulcers, or stomach ulcers, used to be a very serious medical condition.

serious blow   (golpe serio)

In 1380, Dmitry Donskoy and his army dealt the first serious blow to the Golden Horde.

The development of the religion in Scotland suffered a serious blow in 1921 when ʻAbdu'l-Bahá died.

On the other hand, Golts stated, "I think this is going to be another serious blow to cooperation with India.

serious contender   (contendiente serio)

Has to be considered a serious contender."

With Soviet support, the MPP was now a serious contender for power.

He was a serious contender, and a world ranked boxer in both weight classes.

considered a serious

Has to be considered a serious contender."

Domestic violence was considered a serious problem in 2011.

Reproductive coercion is considered a serious public health issue.

serious harm   (daño grave)

This can cause serious harm to the species that drink the water.

They can be dangerous and are able to cause serious harm and injury to humans and livestock.

Hence, labeling either habitual criminals or those who have caused serious harm as "criminals" is not constructive.

serious study

It is a serious study, well researched and competently written".

His popular written works show a combination of serious study and a sense of humor.

In 1878, His begins to engage in serious study of the anatomy of human embryos for his drawings.

serious economic

Chagas disease has a serious economic impact; As of 2013, the global cost was estimated at $7 billion.

A sizable current account deficit and very high unemployment rate remain the two most serious economic problems.

The new government faced a serious economic crisis due to a huge debt and the severe damage caused by the War of the Pacific.

serious mental

In addition to Haley's drinking problems, he was having serious mental problems, as well.

According to some, Morva's case raises ethical questions about executing those with serious mental illnesses.

The diagnosis also triggered immobilizing depressions in Busch, which later developed into serious mental illness.

became a serious

The alarming rise in the number of tourists became a serious concern since 2008.

Later when Rosa became a serious collector of all comics of the post-war years, he particularly enjoyed and collected the classic E.C.

By the end of the first decade of the 21st century, the Chinese bikini industry became a serious international threat for the Brazilian bikini industry.

serious opposition

This second petition met with serious opposition in the Senate.

She has been re-elected seventeen times, never facing serious opposition.

Cobbett attacks only until he meets serious opposition, and then runs away, like a bullying schoolboy.

serious car accident

23 November 2007 had a serious car accident.

In 1967, he suffered a serious car accident, after which he started to grow his signature mustache to disguise his scar.

Although Tong and Sun pursue the criminals, they get into a serious car accident involving a passing Jeep who seriously cripples Sun.

only serious   (solo serio)

It is the only serious hazard to navigation in that part of the Bay.

Lüdemann is the only serious challenge to the consensus of mid to late 50s.

His only serious challenges came from Paulo Gomes in 1995 and Chico Serra in 1999.

serious competition   (competencia seria)

These gave serious competition to the SoundBlaster 16.

Gorbachev was aided by a lack of serious competition in the Politburo.

With Asia's relative weakness at rugby union, Japan struggles to get serious competition.

serious questions

They also run Court actions where there are serious questions of potential environmental harm.

It became apparent to Admiral Nimitz that Ghormley and his staff did not have answers to serious questions that they should have had.

Despite the probable illegality of these actions, no serious questions were made into the payments and the auditors were not disciplined.

due to serious

He had to retire in 2004 due to serious knee injury.

The election was cancelled due to serious abuses in favour of Boitelle during the campaign.

Kournikova retired at the age of 21 due to serious back and spinal problems, including a herniated disk.

faced serious

Superficially the town seemed a success, but it faced serious problems.

The club faced serious financial issues during the 2010–11 season due to the failure of an affiliated advertising company.

The country faced serious fiscal challenges with rate of contribution into the pension system having reached 45% of gross wage.

serious decline

By then, his health was in major and serious decline.

By about 1300, the urban society at Cahokia Mounds was in serious decline.

The Varangian trade stations in Russia suffered a serious decline at roughly the same date.

serious side effects

Coronary ischemia has some serious side effects if it is not treated.

If hyperthermia is used conscientiously it has no serious side effects.

Other serious side effects include allergic reactions and increased future risk of another cancer.

much more serious

A later fire in June 1927, however, was much more serious.

But the result at Ragnarök, the end of the world, will be much more serious.

In reality, there are competitions that are much more serious and more difficult.

serious work   (trabajo serio)

New readers often wonder how such a serious work may be called a "comedy".

His most significant serious work is arguably his opera "The Tents of the Arabs".

This led to serious work on the culture including the deciphering of its hieroglyphic writing.

sustained a serious

However, he sustained a serious foot injury in practice in late November 2009.

However, he sustained a serious knee injury that ruled him out of the entire 2014 season.

In April 2010, Cooper sustained a serious eye injury in a NFL Division 1 win over Monaghan.

serious health problems   (problemas de salud graves)

This can lead to serious health problems, such as leukemia.

Irving Brown started suffering from serious health problems in 1986.

Gervy had serious health problems in the early 2001 that forced her to retire in 2002.

serious interest

In the United States he began to show a serious interest in publishing.

Fullerenes appeared in fiction well before scientists took serious interest in them.

The Dons reached the top of their Division in September 2007 and other clubs began to take a serious interest.

potentially serious   (potencialmente grave)

ADHF is a common and potentially serious cause of acute respiratory distress.

Vitter faced a potentially serious challenge in the Republican primary as well as the general election.

Several case reports show temporal associations between interventions and potentially serious complications.

serious doubts

The poor accuracy and reliability of the missiles raised serious doubts about their effectiveness.

The author who Marvin engaged to co-write a book on the subject came to have serious doubts about Marvin's story.

Kelly Johnson personally cancelled the entire program, having had serious doubts from the start of the feasibility.

serious tone

During the Season 1, the episodes maintain a serious tone.

News media and bloggers noted a more serious tone from previous years.

Swift uses the proposer's serious tone to highlight the absurdity of his proposal.

serious incident   (incidente grave)

The crash is noted as the most serious incident in DIA's history.

Another more serious incident occurred in late 1940 at the Papago Reservation west of Tucson.

In February 2010, another serious incident involving a B-2 occurred at Andersen Air Force Base.

number of serious   (número de graves)

The event resulted in an unusual number of serious injuries.

McEveley himself has also suffered a number of serious knee injuries.

His inter county career was cut short due to a number of serious knee injuries.

several serious

Despite these measures, several serious runaways still occurred.

Immediately after the war, there were several serious barriers for foreign businesses attempting to operate in Cuba.

Disdaining the experience and cautious advice of the Ifriqiyans, Kulthum ibn Iyad made several serious tactical errors.