Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

more severe   (más severo)

If the condition is more severe, it may take many years.

He had a more severe one a few days later.

Floods became more common and more severe.

severe damage   (daño severo)

In 1995 Hurricane Luis caused severe damage on Barbuda.

Suffered severe damage during the Civil War.

The 1838 earthquake caused severe damage.

severe weather   (tiempo severo)

Males also rest on flowers during severe weather.

The severe weather warnings are only broadcast in Japanese.

wildfires, severe weather, floods, dust storms, earthquakes).

most severe   (más severo)

Tier 1 is the most severe and Tier 3 is the least.

However, for some areas, it was the most severe.

In 1721, the most severe epidemic occurred.

suffered severe   (sufrió severa)

Urbanczyk rescued several people and suffered severe injuries.

The building suffered severe damage from an earthquake in 746.

In August 1949, the locomotive suffered severe turbine damage.

suffered a severe   (sufrió un severo)

While staying at an inn he suffered a severe asthma attack.

On November 1, 2008, Wilson suffered a severe brain injury.

The Indians suffered a severe loss and withdrew on Sept. 12.

severe cases   (casos severos)

In severe cases: two tablets daily in two doses.

In severe cases, photochemotherapy is an option.

In exceptionally severe cases PUVA therapy may be considered.

less severe   (menos severo)

Attacks get less severe and less frequent in middle age.

Nausea and vomiting are less severe and more easily controlled.

General comment was that his cyclone was less severe than the 2005 storm.

severe tropical   (tropical severo)

On September 5, JMA upgraded Dujuan into a severe tropical storm.

On January 24, the cyclone weakened into a severe tropical storm.

Later on May 4, Chan-hom strengthened into a severe tropical storm.

caused severe   (causado grave)

In 1995 Hurricane Luis caused severe damage on Barbuda.

The 1838 earthquake caused severe damage.

This was said to have caused severe health problems among area residents.

so severe   (tan severo)

The blow was so severe that her bow was almost wrenched off.

This ailment was so severe that it was thought to be leprosy.

However, when the slew rate of the current is not so severe (e.g.

severe flooding   (inundación grave)

In Queensland, Beni was responsible severe flooding.

This resulted in severe flooding and mudslides in the canyons.

Damage was heaviest in Virginia, where heavy rains left severe flooding.

severe financial   (severo financiero)

Short engaged in land speculation and incurred severe financial losses.

Under his presidency at Maynooth, the institution suffered severe financial problems.

Deteriorating economic performance in 1997–98 culminated in a severe financial crisis in 1999.

severe drought   (grave sequía)

By 1877, it had become the most severe drought ever recorded.

A severe drought has ruined the carrot crop in Bugs Bunny's northern home.

Excessive rains began falling in March 2018 following a year of severe drought.

cause severe   (causa severa)

It can cause severe and less often fatal strokes.

If ingested, the sap can cause severe damage to internal organs.

Skin contact with the roots can cause severe itching and swelling.

severe injuries   (heridas graves)

Urbanczyk rescued several people and suffered severe injuries.

He was thrown clear, receiving severe injuries to his arms, back and legs.

Several severe injuries or diseases can cause IA in a wide range of patients.

due to severe   (debido a severa)

Investigators said the victim died due to severe illness.

He was then admitted to hospital due to severe back pain.

Officials recommended boats to stay at port due to severe conditions.

causing severe   (causando graves)

One of the rockets hit the National Assembly building, causing severe damage.

At 04:00 the PAVN opened fire on an LCU causing severe damage and killing 1 sailor.

The B&Q superstore had to be demolished and the junction was closed for several months, causing severe disruption.

very severe   (muy severo)

The pain of his head wound had become very severe.

This handicap is very severe and, thus, not competitive.

This leads to very severe hypermetropia.

severe tropical storm   (tormenta tropical severa)

On September 5, JMA upgraded Dujuan into a severe tropical storm.

On January 24, the cyclone weakened into a severe tropical storm.

Later on May 4, Chan-hom strengthened into a severe tropical storm.

severe pain   (dolor severo)

However, this juice causes him to have severe pain.

That night, Norton was struck with a severe pain in his eyes.

They drink champagne but Tommaso is unable to hide his severe pain.

severe storm   (tormenta severa)

Two days out, a severe storm arose imperiling the ship.

In October 1944, a severe storm in the English channel broached the ship on the beach, "breaking her back."

The letter concludes: Soon after the ship set sail from Nantes, a severe storm drove the vessel back ashore.

severe economic   (económico severo)

Another severe economic crisis hit in 2003 to 2004, again causing a surge in emigration.

The resignation followed severe economic and political crises over the previous six to twelve months.

France was experiencing such a severe economic depression that there wasn't enough food to go around.

severe enough   (suficientemente severo)

Exsanguination is blood loss severe enough to cause death.

The damage was severe enough that she was paid off on the 23rd.

It was severe enough that she twice sought treatment at a local hospital that day.

severe depression   (depresión severa)

The severe depression that started in 1893 ripped apart the Democratic party.

Beramok is associated with mental issues of severe depression or other mood disorders.

There is limited evidence of effectiveness for CBT in bipolar disorder and severe depression.

suffered from severe   (sufrió de severa)

He suffered from severe head trauma and vertebrae fractures.

At the end of World War One, Copenhagen suffered from severe housing shortage.

In recent decades, China has suffered from severe environmental deterioration and pollution.

severe illness   (enfermedad severa)

A delay of six months was caused by severe illness.

Investigators said the victim died due to severe illness.

On 11 April 2013, she died following a short, severe illness.

severe burns   (quemaduras severas)

The bodies were stripped of clothing and revealed severe burns, he said.

Thirty-one survivors reached the surface, with some sustaining severe burns.

One of them suffered severe burns when she came into contact with the third rail.

moderate to severe   (moderado a severo)

Dogs that are bitten may develop a moderate to severe dermatitis.

It is typically constant, and may be moderate to severe in intensity.

About 6 to 19 per 1,000 cause a moderate to severe degree of problems.

severe blow   (golpe severo)

Khan's death dealt the Adilshah's rule a severe blow.

The Treaty of Neuilly-sur-Seine proved to be a severe blow to Bulgaria's military.

The loss was valued at some £1.5 million (£ in today's money), dealing a severe blow to British commerce.

severe losses   (pérdidas severas)

Gen. Alfred Iverson suffered severe losses assaulting the I Corps division of Brig.

It is found in Brazil, where it is poisonous to livestock and has caused severe losses.

Although Grant suffered severe losses during the campaign, it was a strategic Union victory.

severe mental   (mental severo)

Leila died in 1945 after suffering severe mental illness which had confined her to a hospital.

But why prolong life if this is to be accompanied by increases in severe mental and physical impairment?

Uiso's father Crown Prince Sado had a severe mental illness and was often at odds with his father, King Yeongjo.

severe winter   (invierno severo)

February was by far the coldest month in this severe winter.

The most severe winter days in Lapland can see the temperature fall down to .

During the severe winter of 1940, the battalion remained in battle positions.

severe injury   (herida severa)

Moreover, due to severe injury, he might also have experienced trauma to his head, neck, and chest.

Higgins later picked up a severe injury, which forced him to temporarily retire from the game in May 1984.

At least one case of severe injury was noted from an explosion involved in metal powders used for fused filament printing.

caused severe damage   (causó daños severos)

In 1995 Hurricane Luis caused severe damage on Barbuda.

The 1838 earthquake caused severe damage.

In localized areas, the flooding caused severe damage to roads and houses.

severe criticism   (severa crítica)

The Met received severe criticism for its role in the phone hacking scandal.

However, this interpretation drew rather severe criticism for being premature.

His most severe criticism was 'He—or she—does not know how to join two notes together.'

severe thunderstorms   (tormentas eléctricas severas)

Floods, blizzards, and severe thunderstorms can also occur.

High frequency of heavy showers, severe thunderstorms and flooding.

The area is vulnerable to hurricanes as well as floods and severe thunderstorms.

particularly severe   (particularmente severo)

The problem is particularly severe in China and India.

The outbreak in 2012 was particularly severe.

A particularly severe crisis in 1907 led Congress to enact the Federal Reserve Act in 1913.

severe punishment   (castigo severo)

If you lodge a complaint against them, they will face severe punishment.

The most severe punishment defined in the Criminal Code is life imprisonment.

Persia, Ottoman and Dagestan clans made preparations for Kartli's severe punishment.

severe head   (cabeza severa)

He suffered from severe head trauma and vertebrae fractures.

He later succumbed to his severe head injuries at a local hospital.

But the worst problem occurred when Schirra developed a severe head cold.

severe form   (forma severa)

Infectious arthritis is another severe form of arthritis.

ISSD is the most severe form of the sialic acid storage diseases.

Infibulation, the most severe form of excision, was not practiced.

too severe   (demasiado severo)

However, Moore's wounds were too severe and he died the following day.

Still, economic circumstances were not too severe when compared to the rest of Europe.

The leg injury proved too severe, and his retirement was officially announced on 7 October.

severe thunderstorm   (tormenta severa)

The flight crew consisted of the following: A severe thunderstorm arrived at JFK just as Flight 66 was approaching the New York City area.

In 2017, Chiemsee Summer was hit by a severe thunderstorm amidst evening performances, causing mass panicking and leaving several attendants injured.

On 13 March 1834 there was an earthquake, with aftershocks on 15 and 21 March, and on 24 March there was a severe thunderstorm with hail and water saturated with sulfur.

severe symptoms   (síntomas severos)

Maroteaux–Lamy syndrome has a variable spectrum of severe symptoms.

The symptoms can appear quickly, the patient will suffer from severe symptoms which may lead to death.

EFF has less severe symptoms than SPD, with less gastrointestinal signs and more lymph node involvement.

suffering from severe   (sufriendo de severa)

In 1976, the band was suffering from severe stress.

In 1983, suffering from severe illness, he took his own life.

By the early 1970s, Indiana Avenue was suffering from severe urban blight.

suffered severe damage   (sufrió daños severos)

The building suffered severe damage from an earthquake in 746.

The island of Dominica suffered severe damage from Hurricane Omar.

Several of the Union ships were hit, but none suffered severe damage.

experienced severe   (experimentado severo)

In the 1960s and 1970s, the country experienced severe left-right political polarization and turmoil.

Like many other London clubs, the Constitutional experienced severe financial difficulties with the passing years.

He left in January 1889, but while on the journey they experienced severe weather conditions in the Atlantic Ocean.

severe case   (caso severo)

She survives the fall, and manages to get back to New Montana, but contracted a severe case of black lung.

The second classification of the Seddon system is referred to as axonotmesis which is a more severe case of peripheral nerve injury.

In December 1943, while on a trip to Dhaka, health problems flared anew, a severe case of Phlebitis causing a two-month hospitalization.

severe storms   (tormentas severas)

"—Worsening and more frequent earthquakes and severe storms like hurricanes threaten society in "Ark".

The lakes are prone to sudden and severe storms, in particular in the autumn, from late October until early December.

His book "Significant Tornadoes" is considered a critical and authoritative source among severe storms meteorologists.

severe tropical cyclone   (ciclón tropical severo)

Early on November 26, the FMS reported that Sina had become a category 3 severe tropical cyclone.

The FMS subsequently reported during the next day that the system had become a category 3 severe tropical cyclone.

Fran moved into the region during 11 March as a Category 3 severe tropical cyclone, with 10-minute sustained winds of 140 km/h (85 mph).

suffering severe   (sufriendo severo)

Lily Bumster, by this time suffering severe tuberculosis, died in late 1916.

While suffering severe casualties, the German force won a mostly temporary reprieve.

Young, who was steering, was hurled onto the barge, suffering severe injuries to the back.

severe restrictions   (restricciones severas)

In 1983, the MGK decided to allow the formation of new parties with severe restrictions.

The Syrian government placed severe restrictions on the Jewish community, including on emigration.

After a year and half, the MGK decided to allow the formation of new parties with severe restrictions.

severe casualties   (bajas graves)

VFL club University left the league and went into recess due to severe casualties.

While suffering severe casualties, the German force won a mostly temporary reprieve.

Meanwhile, the deception raids at The Nek and Lone Pine resulted in severe casualties.

severe shortage   (escasez severa)

There is a severe shortage of personnel when it comes to treating drug addiction.

Production of every type of weapon peaked in June and July 1944, but there was now a severe shortage of fuel.

As a result of this disaster, the following year there was a severe shortage of food which caused large-scale rioting.

risk of severe   (riesgo de grave)

Palivizumab is used to reduce the risk of respiratory syncytial virus in children at increased risk of severe disease.

On April 8, the Storm Prediction Center (SPC) first introduced a risk of severe weather in their day 6 outlook, valid on April 13.

A moderate risk of severe weather was issued by the SPC for August 24, with a significant threat for tornadoes, some of which could be strong.

severe disease   (enfermedad severa)

Frank Ostrowski died in 2011 after a severe disease.

Hypercapnia only occurs if severe disease or respiratory muscle fatigue occurs.

Hemoglobin E/β-thalassemia is a severe disease, and it still has no universal cure.

severe penalties   (sanciones severas)

Importing larger quantities than this can carry severe penalties.

A classic road rally is not about speed; in fact, there are severe penalties for finishing too early.

In 2004, cannabis was made a Class C drug with less severe penalties but it was moved back to Class B in 2009.

sustained severe   (sostenido severo)

The aircraft sustained severe damage.

Both vessels sustained severe damage.

Both stands sustained severe slump damage during the earthquake in 2011.

severe problems   (problemas severos)

Most theories containing gravitons suffer from severe problems.

Bank of America, however, had its own separate severe problems, and its stock plunged.

Random fusion can result in severe problems to the normal functioning of the human body.

patients with severe   (pacientes con graves)

Consequently, patients with severe deficiencies in this CYP, i.e.

Successful use of charcoal hemoperfusion has been claimed in patients with severe aconite poisoning.

The excretion of ofloxacin may be reduced in patients with severe liver function disorders (e.g., cirrhosis with or without ascites).

faced severe   (enfrentado severa)

Over the period of time, Gilbert Hill has faced severe erosion problems too.

However, WJ faced severe media scrutiny for refusing to accept responsibility for the incident.

Under Hughes's leadership, Bangor University faced severe financial problems, resulting in several reductions of staff.

severe consequences   (consecuencias severas)

The failure of the attack had severe consequences for England.

The collective persecution of the gendarmerie had severe consequences for its members.

A show spokesperson explained that Sam makes a "split-second decision" with severe consequences.

causes severe   (causa graves)

Its bite causes severe local tissue destruction (similar to that of the puff adder).

This chemical, CHO, causes severe skin blisters (dermatosis) within hours after exposure.

This usually causes severe confusion in the player resulting in the failure of the combination move.

severe brain   (cerebro severo)

Shoham died of severe brain damage on 11 June 2001.

On November 1, 2008, Wilson suffered a severe brain injury.

A caspase 9 knock-out leads to a severe brain malformation.