Traducción de critical en Español:

critical

crítico, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈkrɪtɪk(ə)l//ˈkrɪdək(ə)l/

adjetivo

  • 1

    • 1.1(censorious)

      (remark/report) crítico
      he watched us with a critical eye nos observó con ojo crítico
      • to be critical of sth/sb criticar algo/a algn
      • she's terribly critical of government policy critica duramente la política del gobierno
      • The report is highly critical of succeeding governments because to date nothing has happened.
      • Mr Lloyd also revealed that an internal report had been critical of the force's vetting system.
      • The report is highly critical of the quality of teaching standards
      • The report was critical of his involvement in the deal.
      • He has also been critical of overcrowding in Scotland's jails.
      • The report was critical of many things in the town including the fire station.
      • Last year the National Tidy Towns Report was very critical of litter in our town and surrounding areas, and so far this year the same problem has arisen.
      • Of course, to be honest, since when has a one of these reports been really critical of the government that set it up?
      • Inman is highly critical of industry sponsored safety studies, which he regards as marketing exercises.
      • While the report is critical of the intelligence services, it clears the British Prime Minister of misleading the public over the case for war.
      • The environment committee has just published a report that's quite critical of the executive.
      • The report was critical of the British government, essentially describing current initiatives to tackle obesity as much talk but little action.
      • The report is also critical of road safety education because of its lack of prominence, vagueness and poor training for teachers.
      • We think also it's probably the most critical of all the reports done so far.
      • Children with low self-esteem tend to be overly critical of and easily disappointed in themselves.
      • Parts of the report are heavily critical of the district's police who, it says, have conflicting styles.
      • The Ofsted report was highly critical of the school, and said its weaknesses far exceeded its strengths.
      • The report is critical of the inhumane treatment of children in arbitrary detention and calls into question our commitment to human rights.
      • The consultants report was very critical of the company and the Trust for employing too many overpaid people with very substantial perks.
      • The report was critical of police because there was no formal procedure to chase up those who failed to answer to bail.

    • 1.2(journalistic, academic)

      (analysis/writing/theory) crítico
      the film enjoyed a critical success la película fue muy bien recibida por la crítica
      • His intense, swaggering stage presence and masterful violin playing has won him both fans and critical acclaim all over the world.
      • The classic critical essay in this third region of investigation is Paul de Man's " The Rhetoric of Temporality ".
      • To those who have an education grounded in critical thinking and science we can see through it very clearly.
      • How does he feel about the critical acclaim from a usually unimpressed music scene?
      • The book is divided into two parts: a 35-page critical essay followed by drawings grouped according to theme.
      • Every museum publication has critical essays and an interview with the artist.
      • The next thing I knew, I was on the receiving end of some serious critical acclaim.
      • This is a new translation of the German critical edition of Bonhoeffer's text.
      • It makes you feel good to watch, regardless of what critical merits it possesses.
      • Like the other work in this issue, Leong's vision arrests and disturbs, creating unsettling moments that insistently summon critical imagination.
      • U.S. Latino Literatures and Cultures: Transnational Perspectives is an important point of reference in assessing developments in this rapidly evolving field of critical enquiry.
      • The comprehensive citation of critical articles and journals will be extremely useful to scholars.
      • His recent CD recording of Liszt's piano music received critical acclaim.
      • True, they produce many religious pamphlets, but relatively few books that contribute to critical knowledge.
      • The 20-year-old left with top grades in philosophy, English literature and sociology as well as a merit in critical thinking.
      • I'd rather just read the critical text than read the same thing watered down and simplified in fiction.
      • BBC Music achieved significant sales growth and critical acclaim this year.
      • Let us hypothesize, therefore, that Barthes set out to write critical texts as if they were the theses he never wrote.
      • Many of the critical essays skillfully blend pertinent close readings with wider cultural background.
      • For the first time since the late 1960s British rock music was experiencing critical and financial acclaim.
      • Translations of major texts are borrowed from current scholarly editions, while English texts are based on critical editions.
      • Drawing comparisons between film-makers and designers has its merits on critical and theoretical levels.
      • Already their work has come in for considerable critical acclaim from those that have seen it and it is expected to be in huge demand by poetry and art lovers.
      • He has also performed Handel's ‘Messiah’ to huge critical acclaim in the past.
      • Freire's own model of critical pedagogy invites a critical interrogation of this flaw in the work.
      • It was released in July 2001 to critical acclaim.
      • Entire pages of these two critical texts are presented in her book, bilingual explanations on the left-hand side, graphic images on the right.
      • These texts are joined by a critical essay and an extensive bibliography of each poet's work.
      • Set up a year ago by Martin Wheeler, 33, Iwari and its artists have sparked critical acclaim in the music press.
      • Women Studies from the beginning was projected as a critical inquiry that would seek to expose the structures that upheld the subordination of women.
      • Gavin sits on a Masters Degree Visual Arts Practises course with me where we have seen critical judgment voided by curatorial organisational skills.
      • Lee, 35, has been in the play for 18 months, including a stint in London's West End, where he received critical acclaim.
      • Interpret the results: Whereas statistical analysis is mostly computer-based, interpretation of the results requires critical thinking.
      • Hilliard describes educators who respect prior knowledge and engage in critical analysis, who treat their children as scholars.
      • The band is stirring both critical and popular acclaim for their soulful, virtuoso playing and thrilling live performances.
      • Peer learning tasks that require critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making can be challenging for both the teacher and students.
      • It received critical acclaim and the British music press were touting the song's writer, Annie, as a future world-conquering popstar.
      • This book is a hybrid negotiating the ground between critical text and coffee table ornament.
      • A critical edition of the same in English is also being done simultaneously.
      • He published 17 volumes of poetry, numerous translations, and two volumes of critical essays.
      • Carver read drafts and wrote over 300 pages of critical notes for Robertson.
      • Her second album secured her place in the hearts of real music fans and won her wide critical acclaim.
      • The caricatures are critical analyses of a writer's childhood, life style, ideology and views.
      • The novel brought her major critical acclaim and received the Prix Medici literary award in 1964.
      • There are virtually no references to the vast critical literature on Dostoevsky.
      • In these and similar cases, Loury's critical insight is that mistakes in perception lead to mistakes in judgment that reinforce the initial social stigma.
      • The critical evaluations of a favourite work by four Irish art critics are both informative and entertaining.
      • Those who were denied the right to vote in free and fair elections, to own mobile phones and to buy critical literature are now free to do so.
      • But it's the number raptors killed - the eight owls and 10 hawks - that drew Ho's critical eye.
      • Since Q2 represents the text closest to the author's manuscript it might be chosen as the copy text for a critical edition.
      • Yesterday they were presented to the public, together with plans for a definitive critical edition of Benjamin's works.
      • Three major areas in which the Intelligence field must retrofit are in force structure, training and critical thinking skills.
      • Key to the audit committee's effectiveness and accountability is a critical self assessment for the audit committee as well as each individual member.
      • They would not know that there is presently a vast body of critical literature.
      • An unlikely Australian export is receiving critical acclaim in Britain.
      • Moreover, to be truly seen and understood is close to the pinnacle for a work of art, and no critical essay can see and understand as deeply as the best parodies.
      • The book is written to engage the tribe of fellow economists who often pride themselves as critical thinkers.
      • Not all the projects have garnered critical acclaim, but few involved in New York's music scene fail to acknowledge Moss' gutsiness.
      • The investigations, however, were not only celebratory; various critical examinations of the institution of cinema also emerged.
      • The critical literature provides three different schools of thought on this subject.

  • 2

    • 2.1(very serious)

      (condition/situation/shortage) crítico
      • In Scotland the situation is particularly critical.
      • Many were taken to Rhode Island Hospital and 38 remained there yesterday, 14 of them in critical condition.
      • One person is said to be in critical condition, four others in serious condition.
      • He replied that his company didn't think it was facing a critical situation at that point.
      • One recruit is dead from a rash and another person is in critical condition with a serious form of Strep.
      • The situation is critical, and the government should act NOW!
      • Eight Israeli soldiers were wounded, one of whom is in critical condition.
      • One of them is in critical condition, the other in serious condition.
      • Two of the five taken to the hospital are in critical condition.
      • He had been in critical condition since he was assaulted on Sunday.
      • The report reveals that shortage of specialist staff in key areas still remains a critical problem.
      • And remember, we were talking of a very critical situation.
      • I'm afraid that if anything, the situation is more critical and needs attention globally.
      • It puts us in a difficult and critical situation.
      • We have a potentially critical situation here.
      • We usually get an urgent notice in case the situation is too critical.
      • It was a critical situation that confronted our firemen.
      • The 82-year-old female driver of the vehicle remains in critical condition at Lions Gate Hospital.
      • Saxe-Coburg postponed his Wednesday visit to Brussels because of the critical situation after the terrorist acts.
      • One soldier was in critical condition and the other two were in stable condition.
      • None of these problems is critical, but they all act to inhibit the process of renewing Australia's economic infrastructure.
      • One of them was in critical condition following surgery for multiple internal injuries and severe burns.
      • There's also traction control to help you keep in command during critical situations such as ice or gravel on the roads.
      • The second younger couple was so seriously injured that they were airlifted to Hamilton General Hospital in critical condition.
      • Kathy was dead from head wounds, and her son and husband were taken to the hospital in critical condition.
      • The security guards expressed similar fears but were more confident because they are trained to handle such critical situations.
      • One of the 17 injured was said to be in critical condition.
      • It will also prove that the Indonesian government is intelligent and creative enough to resolve its most critical problems.
      • Although Gainer was in critical condition on Sunday, he was in stable condition on Monday at Foothills Hospital.
      • The situation is critical and the EU countries must resolve this problem before the December 17 Meeting.
      • Following the accident, he was rushed to hospital in critical condition with a severe head injury and underwent brain surgery the very next day.
      • They felt that they had to do something in this critical situation.
      • It said nine of those injured were in critical condition, suggesting that the death toll might rise.
      • The city on the hill has a very critical problem with water.
      • As of Wednesday afternoon at least two workers remained in critical condition from severe burns and six others were listed in serious condition.
      • He remained in critical condition on a life-support machine, but lost his fight for life yesterday afternoon.
      • That was a critical problem that we've had in the past.
      • This is a creative and innovative way of solving a very critical problem for America.
      • More than a dozen were in critical condition with head and chest wounds and severe burns.
      • He was taken to hospital and was in critical condition.

    • 2.2(decisive, crucial)

      (phase/period) crítico
      (resource/victory/decision) de importancia fundamental
      • This builds commitment among staff, a critical factor for business success.
      • This completely fails to recognise the critical importance that success in business has in funding our aspirations for the public services.
      • This is crucial to our credibility and critical to our success.
      • Reducing elapsed time can in fact make the critical difference between success and failure.
      • In today's fast-paced dairy industry, speed to market is a critical success factor.
      • This gives them the right to take decisions of critical importance, having gained two thirds of the stake in the holding.
      • This research considers the factors critical for success as perceived by different parties.
      • You will need to follow the many family businesses for whom embracing non-family executives into the extended family of the firm is a critical success factor.
      • The sauna culture is critical and crucial to understanding Finland's commercial successes.
      • For that reason, we are starting with safety to emphasize its importance as critical to a successful project.
      • Simply stated, this is an issue of critical importance to the future success of the New Zealand economy.
      • We know that early detection is of critical importance.
      • The distinguishing feature of their initial period will be its crucial and critical, decisive character.
      • A critical success factor that the research team found related to strong product knowledge.
      • But do they represent a critical factor in the success or failure of a business?
      • One of the most critical factors in the success of any retreat is its ability to fully engage all attendees.
      • Human and animal transport is often critical to the success or failure of a military campaign.
      • Each focuses on different critical factors in its success at the individual, group, and community levels.
      • The board is going to have to make a critical decision about the successor.
      • The critical factor in the failure of endowment mortgages has been poor investment returns.

    • 2.3Física

      (temperature/volume/pressure) crítico
      to go critical iniciar una reacción en cadena
      • On the other hand, if the frequency exceeded a certain critical value, there would be enough energy for the electron to be able to get away.
      • The bear market of 2002, however, has changed the critical threshold values for this indicator.
      • When the fraction is close to the critical value, computation times become very large.
      • As the concentration of cholesterol in the bilayer exceeds a critical value, phase separation occurs.
      • Similarly, superconductivity can be destroyed by applying a magnetic field that exceeds some critical value.