bodily

bodily
see body
bodily
tr['bɒdɪlɪ]
adjective
1 físico,-a, corporal
adverb
1 (in person) físicamente
2 (en masse) como un solo hombre, en pleno
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
bodily harm lesiones nombre femenino plural corporales
bodily waste excrementos nombre masculino plural
bodily ['bɑdəli] adv
: en peso
to lift someone bodily: levantar a alguien en peso
bodily adj
: corporal, del cuerpo
bodily harm: daños corporales
bodily
adj.
corporal adj.
corpóreo, -a adj.
adv.
corporalmente adv.
en su totalidad adv.

I 'bɑːdḷi, 'bɒdɪli
adjective (before n) corporal, del cuerpo

bodily functions — funciones fpl fisiológicas


II
adverb

they dragged him bodily into the car — lo agarraron y lo metieron en el coche a la fuerza

['bɒdɪlɪ]
1.
ADJ [scar, injury] en el cuerpo; [comfort] del cuerpo; [pain] corporal; [fluid] corporal, del cuerpo

bodily functions — funciones fpl fisiológicas

bodily needs — necesidades fpl corporales

actual bodily harm — (Jur) daños mpl físicos, lesiones fpl corporales

grievous bodily harm — (Jur) daños mpl físicos graves, lesiones fpl corporales graves

2.
ADV

to lift sb bodily — levantar a algn totalmente

he hurled himself bodily at the Prince — se lanzó con todo su peso sobre el Príncipe

the audience moved bodily to the front — el público se abalanzó en masa hacia la parte delantera

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I ['bɑːdḷi, 'bɒdɪli]
adjective (before n) corporal, del cuerpo

bodily functions — funciones fpl fisiológicas


II
adverb

they dragged him bodily into the car — lo agarraron y lo metieron en el coche a la fuerza


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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  • bodily — I adjective carnal, corporal, corporeal, corporeous, corporeus, de facto, embodied, existent, existing, human, incarnate, living, manifest, material, materiate, natural, organic, palpable, perceptible, physical, solid, somatic, somatical, tactile …   Law dictionary

  • bodily — bodily, physical, corporeal, corporal, somatic are comparable when used narrowly to mean of or relating to the human body. Bodily suggests opposition to mental or intellectual {so engrossed in thought as to be unaware of his bodily needs} {he has …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Bodily — Bod i*ly, a. 1. Having a body or material form; physical; corporeal; consisting of matter. [1913 Webster] You are a mere spirit, and have no knowledge of the bodily part of us. Tatler. [1913 Webster] 2. Of or pertaining to the body, in… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Bodily — Bod i*ly, adv. 1. Corporeally; in bodily form; united with a body or matter; in the body. [1913 Webster] For in him dwelleth all the fullness of the Godhead bodily. Col. ii. 9 [1913 Webster] 2. In respect to, or so as to affect, the entire body… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • bodily — [bäd′ə lē] adj. [ME bodilich < bodi,BODY] 1. physical: opposed to MENTAL1 2. of, in, by, or to the body adv. 1. in person; in the flesh [to be bodily present] 2. as a single body; in entirety …   English World dictionary

  • bodily — [adj] concerning animate structure actual, animal, carnal, corporal, corporeal, fleshly, gross, human, material, natural, normal, organic, physical, sensual, somatic, substantial, tangible, unspiritual; concept 406 Ant. mental, soulful, spiritual …   New thesaurus

  • bodily — (adj.) c.1300, pertaining to the body; also opposed to spiritual; from BODY (Cf. body) + LY (Cf. ly) (1). As an with (from LY (Cf. ly) (2)) from late 14c …   Etymology dictionary

  • bodily — ► ADJECTIVE 1) relating to the body. 2) material or physical. ► ADVERB ▪ by taking hold of a person s body with force …   English terms dictionary

  • bodily — [[t]bɒ̱dɪli[/t]] 1) ADJ: ADJ n Your bodily needs and functions are the needs and functions of your body. → See also grievous bodily harm ...descriptions of natural bodily functions... There s more to eating than just bodily needs. 2) ADV: ADV… …   English dictionary

  • bodily — bod|i|ly1 [ˈbɔdıli US ˈba: ] adj [only before noun] related to the human body ▪ Many bodily changes occur during adolescence. ▪ bodily sensations bodily 2 bodily2 adv 1.) by moving the whole of your or someone else s body ▪ He lifted the child… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • bodily — bod|i|ly1 [ badıli ] adjective only before noun relating to or affecting your body: bodily injury bodily fluids bodily bod|i|ly 2 [ badıli ] adverb 1. ) if you are bodily present, you are physically in a place 2. ) in a way that affects the whole …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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