healthy

healthy
adjective
1) ((generally) having good health: I'm rarely ill - I'm really a very healthy person; My bank balance is healthier now than it used to be.) sano
2) (causing or helping to produce good health: a healthy climate.) saludable
3) (resulting from good health: a healthy appetite.) bueno
4) (showing a sensible concern for one's own well-being etc: He shows a healthy respect for the law.) sano
healthy adj
1. sano
the boy is strong and healthy el chico está fuerte y sano
2. saludable
a healthy lifestyle un estilo de vida saludable
El comparativo de healthy se escribe healthier; el superlativo se escribe healthiest
healthy
tr['helɵɪ]
adjective (comp healthier, superl healthiest)
1 (gen) sano,-a
2 (good for health) saludable
3 (appetite) bueno,-a
he has a healthy appetite tiene buen apetito
4 (prosperous) próspero,-a; (disposition) sensato,-a
5 figurative use sano,-a
she has a very healthy outlook on life su actitud de cara a la vida es muy sana
healthy ['hɛlɵi] adj, healthier ; -est : sano, bien
healthily [-ɵəli] adv
healthy
adj.
salubre adj.
saludable adj.
sano, -a adj.
'helθi
adjective -thier, -thiest
1)
a) (in good health) <person/animal> sano; <skin/complexion> sano, saludable

she has a healthy appetite — tiene buen apetito

b) (promoting good health) <diet/living/environment> sano, saludable
c) (sound) <respect> sano; <debate> abierto y sin trabas
2) <society/democracy> que goza de buena salud; <economy/finances> próspero; <profit> sustancial
['helθɪ]
ADJ (compar healthier) (superl healthiest)
1) (=normal) [person, plant, cell, mind] sano; [skin, hair] sano, saludable; [society] que goza de buena salud

to be healthy — [person] tener buena salud, estar sano

to look healthy — tener un aspecto saludable

to have a healthy appetite — tener buen apetito

2) (=beneficial) [diet, lifestyle, air, place] sano, saludable
3) (=thriving) [economy, company] próspero
4) (=substantial) [profit] pingüe; [bank account] sustancioso
5) (=sensible) [attitude, scepticism] razonable

to have a healthy interest in sth — tener un sano interés en algo

to have a healthy respect for sb/sth — tenerle un respeto sano a algn/algo

* * *
['helθi]
adjective -thier, -thiest
1)
a) (in good health) <person/animal> sano; <skin/complexion> sano, saludable

she has a healthy appetite — tiene buen apetito

b) (promoting good health) <diet/living/environment> sano, saludable
c) (sound) <respect> sano; <debate> abierto y sin trabas
2) <society/democracy> que goza de buena salud; <economy/finances> próspero; <profit> sustancial

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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