Traducción de akin en Español:

akin

Pronunciación /əˈkɪn//əˈkɪn/

adjetivo

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    to be akin (to sth)
    • the two ideas are closely akin las dos ideas están íntimamente relacionadas / son muy afines
    • the symptoms are akin to those of the common cold los síntomas son similares a los de un resfriado común
    • politically they are akin to the greens su postura política es muy cercana a la de los verdes / tiene gran afinidad con la de los verdes
    • Something akin to the process of declaring saints of the Roman Catholic Church.
    • It's more akin to buying a lottery ticket than paying for a service.
    • That's the way he characterised your approach and he said that was akin to blackmail.
    • The limestone pavement gives the island a character akin to the Burren with a similar flora.
    • This gives it a unique character, more akin to a board game such as chess than to a normal card game.
    • The effect is somewhat akin to accelerating through various 20th century musical schools.
    • Winstone proclaims his love for West Ham as he tops up his tan by a Spanish pool, looking something akin to an orange Smart car.
    • There are areas of every American city that you steer clear of or hurry through because they are more akin to third than first world.
    • It was his character which was unpredictable, akin to a time-bomb waiting to go off.
    • When it comes to knocking the stuffing out of rival teams, Hearts are becoming something akin to specialists.
    • Goodwin describes the process as being akin to working on a jigsaw.
    • But within the Labour tribe, it is akin to smashing a sacred tablet of stone.
    • In fact, the Chinese model is akin to the Gandhian scheme of decentralised development.
    • With 12 independently administered areas, the city is more akin to a series of linked villages.
    • This is an experience that cannot be replicated outside a university or something at least akin to it.
    • Salvaging good news from such a disaster may be akin to pulling a shopping trolley out of a canal - what exactly do you gain?
    • Since the collapse of Enron in January 2002, maintenance has become more akin to life support.
    • As Ray puts it, this is akin to the change and variation occurring among the characters in a story.
    • Without having read his comments, something akin to that feeling always propelled me on.
    • At the moment the situation is very much akin to the tail wagging the dog.