Traducción de consumption en Español:

consumption

consumo, n.

Pronunciación /kənˈsəm(p)ʃ(ə)n//kənˈsʌm(p)ʃ(ə)n/

nombre

  • 1

    • 1.1(eating, drinking)

      consumo masculino
      the consumption of alcohol el consumo de bebidas alcohólicas
      • this meat is fit/unfit for human consumption esta carne es/no es apta para el consumo
      • Dentists put the huge increase in tooth erosion down to the growing consumption of acidic drinks such as fruit juice, fruit tea, sports drinks and fizzy drinks.
      • The consumption of food and drink is restricted to tea.
      • These filters produce clean water for consumption, such as drinking and cooking.
      • Like many successful Irish events, Dublin football games are bound up with the vast consumption of drink.
      • The link between soft drink consumption and bone loss is going to become even more significant as children practically weaned on soft drinks reach adulthood.
      • Excessive consumption of soft drinks in childhood has been shown to lead to calcium deficiency and more broken bones.
      • The coffee shop, which has been open in Blackheath since 2001, has never received planning permission to sell food for consumption on the premises.
      • Even more worrying, though, was the increased risk of erosion caused by frequent consumption of such drinks.
      • Judge Martin said the present levels of drink and drug consumption are scandalous.
      • Despite the potential health benefits for some people, I never recommend starting to drink or increasing alcohol consumption.
      • A significant increase in drink prices will moderate consumption.
      • Increased consumption of such drinks and foods brings up the question of whether or not people are exercising enough to burn all the excess fat and energy their bodies are taking in.
      • This aid aims to eventually change people's eating patterns through the consumption of flour and to outdo local producers.
      • But snack and soft drink consumption are on the rise, while milk-drinking is decreasing.
      • No liquor shall be sold or supplied for consumption away from the premises in containers larger than two litres.
      • Only the canned drinks are fit for consumption.
      • Mexico has the largest per capita consumption of soft drinks in the world.
      • Men who increased consumption by one drink per day had a heart attack risk 22 per cent lower than those whose intake remained unchanged.
      • We had the tradition of preserving food and drink for long time consumption, by watching when the leaves began to fall and when there were changes happening to Nature.
      • Overall, the report reveals that teenagers are finally drinking more milk, while soft drink consumption is going down.

    • 1.2(use)

      consumo masculino
      water consumption consumo de agua
      • it was not intended for public consumption no estaba dirigido al público
      • The result was that the house's energy consumption was reduced by 33 percent compared with the previous year, according to Max.
      • Coupled with local generation, there is a potential for significant reduction of energy consumption from new buildings.
      • The design team actively promoted passive climate control and the use of architectural strategies to reduce resource consumption.
      • My wife and I decided to do our bit to reduce energy consumption by buying a modern refrigerator a few months ago.
      • Through these measures, they reduced energy and water consumption while lowering the operating and maintenance cost of the building.
      • The government also came up with a set of contingency plans featuring the reduction of energy consumption.
      • An executive spokesman said that its energy consumption has probably been reduced by 26% to 248 kilowatt hours per square metre over the last decade.
      • An advisor will also direct the homeowner on ways of decreasing energy consumption and costs.
      • Behavioral interventions have also attempted to reduce energy consumption and pollution by altering transportation-related behavior.
      • It is clear, then, that entrepreneurs have strong incentives to manage their residuals efficiently and gradually to reduce their consumption of resources for any given output.
      • Real sustainability depends on reducing energy consumption in much of the world and generating locally as much as possible.
      • By the end of the year-long project, York should have significantly reduced its energy consumption.
      • The strategy is expected to result in a 40 per cent reduction of energy consumption and a significant reduction of environmental pollution.
      • I really appreciate their simple style of living, with minimal consumption of resources like water, space, energy, etc.
      • We can start by reducing our energy consumption and turning to renewable resources.
      • Before his job is finished, he will create a list of suggestions that could reduce the energy consumption of her home by 50 per cent.
      • An alternative way we are lowering our resource consumption is by changing our yard.
      • Lots of people think about energy saving measures and doing it is critical if we are going to reduce energy consumption.
      • Newcastle then moved quickly to become more accountable for its own operations in terms of energy and resource consumption.
      • Building best-practice homes can eliminate waste in the construction process, as well as reduce water and energy consumption.

    • 1.3Economía

      consumo masculino

  • 2anticuado

    (tuberculosis)
    tisis femenino anticuado
    consunción femenino anticuado
    • In the 19th century, it seemed as if everyone was slowly dying of consumption.
    • They were so undernourished that they easily became ill from consumption, fevers, pestilence, and a variety of other disorders.
    • During the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, consumption was considered incurable by most people, patients and physicians alike.
    • He caught the consumption from his son, whereby he soon followed him to the grave.