Absolute in spanish

Absoluto

pronunciation: ɑbsoʊlutoʊ part of speech: adjective
In gestures

absolute = absoluto. 

Example: It's already difficult to find a lot of these things as it is, but it would be absolute irresponsibility to go to a title-main entry.

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» absolute certainty = certeza absoluta.

Example: Fallibilism is the philosophical doctrine that absolute certainty about knowledge is impossible, or at least that all claims to knowledge could, in principle, be mistaken.

» absolute majority = mayoría absoluta.

Example: The decisions of the General Assemblies shall be taken by an absolute majority apart from the exceptions provided for in these Statutes.

» absolute majority vote = voto de la mayoría absoluta.

Example: In an absolute majority vote, candidates need more than 50% of the vote to win the election.

» be an absolute outrage = clamar al cielo.

Example: I cannot believe the total disregard to the public interest that we have seen here this afternoon, it is an absolute outrage.

» in absolute terms = en términos absolutos.

Example: The poverty of the majority of social workers' clients -- who are either women at home with dependent children, or single parents, or the elderly, or carers -- is increasing in absolute terms.
Absolute synonyms:
sheer in spanish: escarpado, pronunciation: ʃɪr part of speech: adjective arbitrary in spanish: arbitrario, pronunciation: ɑrbətreri part of speech: adjective complete in spanish: completar, pronunciation: kəmplit part of speech: adjective, verb direct in spanish: directo, pronunciation: dɜrekt part of speech: adjective implicit in spanish: implícito, pronunciation: ɪmplɪsət part of speech: adjective rank in spanish: rango, pronunciation: ræŋk part of speech: noun pure in spanish: puro, pronunciation: pjʊr part of speech: adjective independent in spanish: independiente, pronunciation: ɪndɪpendənt part of speech: adjective living in spanish: vivo, pronunciation: lɪvɪŋ part of speech: noun infinite in spanish: infinito, pronunciation: ɪnfənət part of speech: adjective total in spanish: total, pronunciation: toʊtəl part of speech: adjective, noun unequivocal in spanish: inequívoco, pronunciation: ənɪkwɪvəkəl part of speech: adjective inalienable in spanish: inalienable, pronunciation: ɪneɪljənəbəl part of speech: adjective conclusive in spanish: concluyente, pronunciation: kənklusɪv part of speech: adjective inviolable in spanish: inviolable, pronunciation: ɪnvaɪələbəl part of speech: adjective downright in spanish: completamente, pronunciation: daʊnraɪt part of speech: adverb, adjective unambiguous in spanish: inequívoco, pronunciation: ənæmbɪgjəwəs part of speech: adjective unconditional in spanish: incondicional, pronunciation: ənkəndɪʃənəl part of speech: adjective unalienable in spanish: inalienable, pronunciation: əneɪlienəbəl part of speech: adjective univocal in spanish: unívoco, pronunciation: ənɪvəkəl part of speech: adjective infrangible in spanish: infrangible, pronunciation: ɪnfrændʒəbəl part of speech: adjective out-and-out in spanish: fuera y fuera, pronunciation: aʊtændaʊt undiluted in spanish: sin diluir, pronunciation: əndəlutɪd part of speech: adjective unconditioned in spanish: incondicional, pronunciation: ənkəndɪʃənd part of speech: adjective unmixed in spanish: sin mezclar, pronunciation: ənmɪkst part of speech: adjective unquestioning in spanish: incondicional, pronunciation: ənkwestʃənɪŋ part of speech: adjective right-down in spanish: justo abajo, pronunciation: raɪtdaʊn part of speech: adjective, adverb syntactically independent in spanish: sintácticamente independiente, pronunciation: sæntæktɪkəliɪndɪpendənt part of speech: adjective
Absolute antonyms:
relative pronunciation: relətɪv part of speech: adjective
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