1(ascertain)(cause/position/nature) establecer(cause/position/nature) determinar
- We need additional research to determine what remediation methods are most appropriate for which kinds of student impairment.
- Names are not determined by nature, nor is one name for a thing more correct than another.
- Anthropologist Small follows the various strands of nature and nurture that determine the fate of our children.
- Automatically recorded information is becoming ever-more critical in determining the causes of increasingly complex accidents.
- Nor are the links with the unions in themselves decisive in determining the class nature of a party.
- Landfill sites are a potentially important cause of environmental pollution and ill health and studies are needed to determine the size and nature of such potential risks.
- A good plumber or mechanical engineer should do a heat-loss calculation for your rooms to determine what output radiators you need.
- The number of great powers at any time is considered a key feature of the international system, important in determining the level and nature of war.
- He travelled to Alexandria to oversee the construction of a practical water supply and to determine the size and nature of the local populus.
- The nature of the dictatorships determined the savage character of the eastern conflict.
- Prior research has shown that both family and community attitudes are influential in determining the amount of involvement of youth in activities.
- Study results vary and some experts say more research is needed to determine what negative impacts DDT has on humans.
- Do an assessment to determine what additional equipment may be needed and determine the best location for the equipment.
- The discussion then is not necessarily limited to whether nature determines culture or whether nature is simply a cultural construction.
- Parents, students and teachers should be free to determine what is learnt and employers and society should be free to pass judgement thereon.
- The nature of structural factors determining levels of variation below the species level has not been examined.
- The next step for researchers is to determine what lynx perceive as a barrier between one forest and the next.
- Further research will be necessary to determine what suppression of testosterone levels might mean, Sharpe said.
- There are numerous such mechanisms, which range from determining the scope and nature of judicial jurisdiction to the setting of judicial salaries.
- The nature of the fall determines the site of the break, but decreased bone density is also necessary.
- Today a spokesman for the council said contractors were working to determine the extent and nature of the subsidence and apologised for the inconvenience caused to drivers.
- Such information may be useful to future investigators in determining the motivating factors behind participation in treatment programs.
- You may say that you believe your actions to be meaningful, but you can never know to what extent your given nature is determining them.
- This study was more qualitative in nature, determining the amount of exercise required for joint enhancement.
- Yet the stigmatizing nature of HIV determines the social consequences of the disease; thus, framing the nature of that experience.
- Obviously the means used to drive out imperial occupiers are determined by the nature of the occupation.
- The results of your poll are largely determined by the nature of the publication itself.
- Because the danger exists that Bank of Ireland and AIB will now be snapped up as globalisation increasingly determines the future of the Irish economy.
- The aim was to determine what athletes should be excluded from the Olympics because of steroid use in a bid to avoid the embarrassment of a positive drugs test on the world stage.
- Do your research and determine what will be best for you and your child.
- The role of certainty of paternity in determining the degree and nature of male investment in offspring is equivocal.
- At the centre of the Oedipus tragedy is man's struggle to understand the forces of nature that determine the course of events in the world in which he lives.
- Presenters will also discuss the need for new service delivery systems and research to determine what works.
- Nortel has now entered into consultations with employees to determine the scope and nature of the cuts, as well as any redundancy packages to be offered.
- Knowing that an author might be biased doesn't aid in determining the extent and nature of the bias.
- Watermen believe that only God and nature can determine the abundance or scarcity of crabs.
- They do not accept that the biological world is governed by mechanistic processes determined by laws of nature.
- The speed, type, size and quality of these networks determine the level and nature of participation available to communities.
- Since a thing's criteria of identity are determined by its nature or kind, God is their ultimate ground.
- They have access to the best sources of information and regularly dissect competitive moves to determine future trends.
2.1(influence)determinarcondicionardetermining factor — factor determinante masculino
- The wife requests that the matter of spousal support not be determined at this hearing.
- This issue, as between Mr Rogers and Mrs Bailey, was not determined by the defendant.
- The English courts are obviously an appropriate forum to determine English Law issues.
- The firm was also involved in a number of other major judicial review proceedings which would be determined in the first three months of 2000.
- That particular question must be determined against the appellant.
2.3(mark)(boundary/limit/edge) definir(boundary/edge/limit) demarcar
- Determine the geometric object represented by the equation and draw this object.
- Weil's work on polynomial equations led to questions on what properties of a geometric object can be determined purely algebraically.
3.1literary (resolve)decidirto determine to + inf — decidir + inf
- he determined to leave at once — decidió / tomó la determinación de partir de inmediato
- The thought of leading the cloistered life of a nun made her bitterly unhappy, and she determined to run away from the convent.
- For some reason, they determined on migrating to the eastward, and accordingly set out together in a body.
- Lily had determined that she would not be sad.
- Graham's determined that our remaining time here should be as short as possible.
3.2literary (cause to decide)decidirthat determined me — eso me decidió