Traducción de appreciable en Español:

appreciable

apreciable, adj.

Pronunciación /əˈpriːʃɪəb(ə)l//əˈpriːʃəb(ə)l//əˈpriʃ(i)əb(ə)l/

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    (difference/change) apreciable
    (change/difference) sensible
    (loss/number/sum) importante
    (number/loss/sum) considerable
    • That last bit suggests to me that this pressure won't have an appreciable effect anytime soon.
    • An appreciable amount of carbon dioxide, unlike oxygen, is also free in solution in the plasma.
    • It is also the only satellite in the solar system with an appreciable atmosphere, mostly composed of nitrogen like the Earth's.
    • This approach can take six to eight years before an appreciable reduction is noticed.
    • Most common apatites are fluorine rich; however, they may contain appreciable amounts of chlorine.
    • Sherry maintained its lead as the most popular drink, but there was an appreciable increase in the consumption of French and Empire wines.
    • Seldom has he had to share an appreciable amount of space on an album with a fellow artist.
    • Even when the Russian gymnast himself took to the stage and begged the audience to stop there was no appreciable response.
    • You have to be prepared to make some appreciable adjustments to a different lifestyle and surroundings if you come to China.
    • So I went back to the data to see if there was any appreciable difference in response by gender.
    • Sadly, calligraphy no longer exists in the Western world, not to any appreciable extent, anyway.
    • If you do any appreciable amount of driving outside town centres and the suburbs, this is the better choice.
    • Us winning this one doesn't make any appreciable difference.
    • It takes an appreciable length of time for a wave of public opinion to cross the continent.
    • This gimmick blurs the clarity of the storyline without adding any appreciable benefit.
    • If they have been allowed to grow for long enough to produce an appreciable amount of toxin, the food is poisonous and remains so no matter how much it is heated.
    • So many people define their lives by vanity purchases which have no real appreciable value.
    • Its membership spread to almost every nook and cranny of the world where African people lived in appreciable numbers.
    • There was an appreciable measure of realism in the discussions at the football seminar in Delhi recently.
    • Transformation as currently practiced carries an appreciable risk of ultimate doom.