ardor

m.
1 heat.
ardor de estómago heartburn
2 burning sensation, burning, smart, smarting.
3 eagerness, ardor, vehemence, zeal.
4 fervor, passion, fervour, intense emotion.
5 suffocating heat.
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ardor
nombre masculino
1 burning sensation, burn (calor) heat
2 figurado (ansia) ardour (US ardor), fervour (US fervor)
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FRASEOLOGÍA
con ardor passionately
ardor de estómago heartburn
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noun m.
ardor
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SM
1) (=calor) heat
2) (Med)

ardor de estómago — heartburn

3) (=fervor) ardour, ardor (EEUU), eagerness; (=bizarría) courage, dash; [de argumento] heat, warmth

en el ardor de la batalla — in the heat of battle

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masculino
a) (fervor) ardor* (liter)

defendía su causa con ardor — she defended her cause ardently

trabaja con ardor — he works with great zeal

b) (dolor) burning; (escozor) smarting

ardor de estómago — heartburn

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= ardour [ardor, -USA].
Ex. 'Hello, Tom!' said the director, greeting him enthusiastically, as he rounded his desk to shake hands, which he did with unrestrained ardor.
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* apagar el ardor = dampen + Posesivo + ardor.
* ardor de estómago = heartburn.
* con ardor = ardently.
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masculino
a) (fervor) ardor* (liter)

defendía su causa con ardor — she defended her cause ardently

trabaja con ardor — he works with great zeal

b) (dolor) burning; (escozor) smarting

ardor de estómago — heartburn

* * *
= ardour [ardor, -USA].

Ex: 'Hello, Tom!' said the director, greeting him enthusiastically, as he rounded his desk to shake hands, which he did with unrestrained ardor.

* apagar el ardor = dampen + Posesivo + ardor.
* ardor de estómago = heartburn.
* con ardor = ardently.

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ardor
masculine
1 (fervor, entusiasmo) ardor* (liter)
defendía su causa con ardor she defended her cause ardently o zealously
trabaja con ardor he works with great zeal
2 (dolor) burning; (escozor) (AmL) smarting
ardor de estómago heartburn
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ardor sustantivo masculino (dolor) burning;
(escozor) smarting;
ardor de estómago heartburn

ardor sustantivo masculino
1 (calor) heat
Med ardor de estómago, heartburn
2 fig (pasión) ardour, US ardor, fervour, US fervor

'ardor' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
calor
- fogosidad
- leal
- viveza
- ímpetu
- quemazón
English:
ardour
- heartburn
- ardor
- burn
- heart
- sting
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ardor nm
1. [calor] heat;
[quemazón] burning (sensation)
Comp
ardor de estómago heartburn
2. [entusiasmo] fervour;
[pasión] passion;
con ardor passionately, fervently
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ardor
m entusiasmo fervor, Br
fervour;
en el ardor de la batalla o
disputa in the heat of battle
* * *
ardor nm
1) : heat
2) : passion, ardor

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • Ardor — Ar dor, n. [L. ardor, fr. ardere to burn: cf. OF. ardor, ardur, F. ardeur.] [Spelt also {ardour}.] 1. Heat, in a literal sense; as, the ardor of the sun s rays. [1913 Webster] 2. Warmth or heat of passion or affection; eagerness; zeal; as, he… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ardor — sustantivo masculino 1. (no contable) Exaltación de las pasiones: En el ardor de la disputa, le asestó un golpe mortal. El abogado defendió con ardor al acusado. 2. (no contable) Sensación de calor en una parte del cuerpo: En aquel cuarto tan… …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

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  • ardor — I noun ardency, ardor, drive, eagerness, effusiveness, élan, emotion, energy, enthusiasm, excitation of feelings, excitement, exhilaration, fanaticism, fervency, fervidness, fervor, feverishness, fire, force, forcefulness, furor, impassionedness …   Law dictionary

  • ardor — (n.) early 15c., heat of passion or desire, from O.Fr. ardure heat, glow; passion (12c.), from L. ardorem (nom. ardor) a flame, fire, burning, heat; also of feelings, etc., eagerness, zeal, from ardere to burn (see ARDENT (Cf. ardent)). In Middle …   Etymology dictionary

  • ardor — [är′dər] n. [ME & OFr ardour < L ardor, a flame, fire < ardere: see ARDENT] 1. emotional warmth; passion 2. eagerness; enthusiasm; zeal 3. intense heat; fire SYN. PASSION …   English World dictionary

  • Ardor — (lat.), 1) Wärme, Hitze; 2) Eifer. A. stomăchi (A. ventricŭli), Magenhitze, sonst für Sodbrennen, Magenkrampf, Magengeschwür u. Magenkatarrh. A. urīnae, so v.w. Harnstrenge …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Ardor — Ardor, lat., Hitze, Wärme …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • ardor — sensación de calor intenso Diccionario ilustrado de Términos Médicos.. Alvaro Galiano. 2010 …   Diccionario médico

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  • ardor — fervor, enthusiasm, zeal, *passion Analogous words: excitement, stimulation, quickening, galvanizing (see corresponding verbs at PROVOKE): eagerness,. avidity (see corresponding adjectives at EAGER): zest, gusto (see TASTE) Antonyms: coolness:… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

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