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Heavy in Spanish 🇪🇸

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heavy pesada
How to say “heavy” in Spanish? “Pesada”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “pesada” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on heavy in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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There are several idiomatic expressions that use the word “pesada,” such as “ser una pesada” (to be a nuisance) and “llevar una carga pesada” (to carry a heavy burden).

9 months ago


Normal speech: peh-SAH-dah
IPA: peˈsaða

8 months ago


“Pesada” can be used to describe something or someone that is heavy, burdensome, or tedious. It can also be used to describe a person who is annoying or difficult to deal with.

9 months ago


“Pesada” comes from the Latin “pessatus,” meaning “weighed down” or “burdened.”

9 months ago

pesada info.

Tips to remember ‘pesada’:
– Associate ‘pesada’ with the English word ‘peso,’ as in the currency of several Latin American countries, which comes from the Spanish word for weight. Think of something with a lot of “pesos” being heavy.
– Link ‘pesada’ with the word ‘heavy’ in English by imagining carrying a heavy load, which makes the task ‘pesada’ (arduous).

– ‘Pesada’ is the feminine form of the adjective ‘pesado,’ meaning heavy. In Spanish, adjectives must agree in gender and number with the nouns they describe.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Grave (when referring to something serious or severe)
– Intenso/intensa (when referring to something extreme in degree or strength)
– Fuerte (can sometimes mean heavy, especially in certain contexts such as “lluvia fuerte” for heavy rain)

Alternate meanings like slang:
– ‘Pesada’ can be used colloquially to describe someone who is annoying or bothersome.
– It can also describe an atmosphere or situation that is tense or uncomfortable.

Examples of sentences:
– La caja es muy pesada; necesito ayuda para levantarla. (The box is very heavy; I need help lifting it.)
– Esta mochila está demasiado pesada, tengo que sacar algunas cosas. (This backpack is too heavy; I have to take some things out.)
– Su actitud pesada hace difícil trabajar con ella. (Her annoying attitude makes it difficult to work with her.)
– El ambiente en la reunión se puso pesado después del desacuerdo. (The atmosphere at the meeting became tense after the disagreement.)

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