Traducción de dedication en Español:


dedicación, n.

Pronunciación /dɛdɪˈkeɪʃ(ə)n//ˌdɛdəˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/


  • 1

    dedicación femenino
    entrega femenino
    dedication to sth dedicación / entrega a algo
    • Alexander is a career politician too, though one who has at least earned the respect of many in business through dedication to her core task of economic development.
    • His vision, necessarily, was a narrow one and he was no politician, but his dedication to his task was total.
    • More importantly, he's a tough politician with matchless dedication to a task once he has undertaken it.
    • Here again, her dedication to the task on hand was as remarkable as ever and she proved an excellent student.
    • Throughout the Gospels, two women stand out in their love for the Lord and fearless dedication to His purposes: Mary of Magdela and Mary of Bethany.
    • Endless dedication to quality, a kitchen that can turn even the simplest dish into a culinary experience and one of the best views in town make a visit worth the pricey tab. -
    • His ability has never been in doubt, his hard work and dedication to the task in hand has been obvious, but was it enough?
    • The operations of our Thailand plant have been very successful through your great ideas, hard work and dedication to quality.
    • Reg was a most popular man, admired for his leadership qualities and sincere dedication to everything he tackled.
    • To make a film relying on personal financial means is a courageous task that shows dedication to the art: how did you manage to accomplish it?
    • My abiding memory of their performances of these two great works is the Quartet's total dedication to the task of recreating the sublime ideas of both composers.
    • Both of these women were rewarded for their commitment and dedication to improving labour standards in the burgeoning call centre industry.
    • Tom had launched the contracting company and through sheer hard work and dedication to service and quality, they began to make their mark.
    • To learn to love, or give, requires tremendous effort and dedication to spiritual growth.
    • Perhaps nothing is more admirable than a parent's dedication to spending quality time with the kids.
    • The preparation and training involved for the trip required tremendous effort and dedication on their part, all in aid of a most worthy cause.
    • A family culture still very much prevails and, while output has increased, the Butlers insist their dedication to quality has not been compromised.
    • His heart was never fully in the job and his dedication to the task has been questioned.
    • Their dedication to quality has paid off - with a devoted band of customers throughout West Yorkshire.
    • He has shown tremendous commitment and dedication to saving lives and for that we are very grateful.
  • 2

    • 2.1(act of making tribute)

      dedicación femenino
      • A dedication ceremony is to be performed by the Bishop of Bradford, the Rt Rev David James, next month.
      • The company's dedication ceremony was marked by a scroll placed in the foundation stone.
      • When I told a friend about my dedication ceremony, I never anticipated her initial shocked reaction.
      • Such preparations marked a building's dedication and consecration to the service of God.
      • At the B&O's dedication ceremony, a scroll was placed in a hole drilled inside the foundation stone.
      • This special dedication ceremony takes place this Thursday December 8 at 7.30 pm.
      • But the money will not be available until October - one month before the national dedication ceremony to the ship at the memorial site at Mount Scott.
      • As I discovered during the four-hour-long dedication ceremony, the cathedral is not just a huge auditorium under church auspices.
      • A dedication ceremony was held in late July in Balkh province for the hand over of 100 km of recently constructed farm-to-market roads.
      • A dedication ceremony was held Wednesday evening.
      • I spent months planning my dedication ceremony, and wrote the majority of it myself.
      • The dedication of new churches is of supreme importance and involves feasts and choral competitions
      • A dedication ceremony was conducted by the station chaplain at RAF Linton-on-Ouse, Squadron Leader Eleanor Rance.
      • The dedication ceremony was attended by guests from around the world and featured entertainment and several exclusive displays.
      • More than 3000 people crammed around the HMAS Sydney memorial at Mount Scott yesterday for its dedication ceremony.
      • The moderator of Face the Nation and his wife, Pat, are expected in Fort Worth for the official dedication ceremony March 8.
      • A dedication ceremony paying tribute to the five lives lost in a car accident a year ago was held at Selborne College's memorial quadrangle here yesterday.
      • The dedication ceremony was held at NASA Ames Research Centre, Moffett Field, California.
      • A number of students who helped design the space have since graduated but all were named and thanked at the special dedication and blessing ceremony.

    • 2.2(written message)

      dedicatoria femenino
      • Thomson's compatriot, Thomas Gordon, described dedications as ‘Bills of exchange drawn by the witty upon the great, and payable at sight’.
      • There's the chance you might also come across a statue of Queen Victoria, but you'll find few dedications to any other women.
      • Three of the four dedications involve members of the Gonzaga family, two of whom lived in Rome, the third one (Duchess Eleonora of Austria) residing at the court in Mantua.
      • As I started work, it was moving to read some of the dedications, from many whose mothers or best friends had succumbed to breast, or other, cancers.
      • His rather obscure politics have always attracted less attention than his writings, which apart from a few of his letters and dedications, are all in verse.
      • This type of pun is of course frequent in heraldic rebuses, but these almost invariably stand for personal names, although they can sometimes be identical with place names; a few also relate to dedications.
      • In his rhetorically powerful letters and dedications George apparently saw Mehmed as a suitable patron of his academic skills.
      • Norbrook argues that the dedications of the individual books, and of the volume as a whole, were all to men involved in opposition to government policy.
      • The expectations raised by the prefatory dedications to this book are fully realised in both its felicitous prose and subtle readings.
      • In Mumbai, the BPL subscribers dialled a particular number to dedicate songs to their relatives and friends and on one single day there were 48,000 such dedications.
      • Each of the individual dedications was pinned to the oak trees by children from the village school at Esquelbecq.
      • But he was always in my thoughts, especially when the time came to write the final piece for my book - the thanks and dedications.
      • All dedications must be received by Friday and a special carol service will be held at the hospice on December 12 at 4.30 pm when the lights will be turned on.
      • Little is known of Drayton's personal life, though dedications and epistles reveal his circle to have included such friends as Stow, Camden, Jonson, and W. Drummond.
      • On the sleeve, he lists a few dedications, and then pointedly says that this is ‘for no one else.’
      • Apart from the usual salutations and dedications, the book starts with an introduction in conventional German.
      • I hadn't planned on ever talking about it publicly, not beyond the dedications in my books.

  • 3

    • 3.1(consecration)

      dedicación femenino

    • 3.2US (opening)

      inauguración femenino