English translation of 'fortalecer'
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'fortalecer' in Other Languages
British English: strengthen /ˈstrɛŋθən/ VERB
To strengthen something means to make it stronger.
Cycling strengthens all the muscles of the body.
- American English: strengthen
- Arabic: يُقَوِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: fortalecer
- Chinese: 加强
- Croatian: ojačati
- Czech: posílit
- Danish: styrke
- Dutch: sterker maken
- European Spanish: fortalecer
- Finnish: vahvistaa tehdä vahvemmaksi
- French: renforcer
- German: stärken
- Greek: ενισχύω
- Italian: rafforzare
- Japanese: 強くする
- Korean: 강화하다
- Norwegian: styrke
- Polish: wzmocnić
- European Portuguese: fortalecer
- Romanian: a întări
- Russian: усиливать(ся)
- Spanish: fortalecer
- Swedish: förstärka
- Thai: ทำให้แข็งแรงขึ้น
- Turkish: güçlendirmek
- Ukrainian: зміцнювати
- Vietnamese: tăng cường
British English: fortify VERB
To fortify a place means to make it stronger and more difficult to attack, often by building a wall or ditch round it.
...soldiers working to fortify an airbase.
British English: toughen VERB
If you toughen something or if it toughens, you make it stronger so that it will not break easily.
Months of walking barefoot had toughened his feet.
Translation of fortalecer from the Collins Portuguese to English
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