Traducción de discussion en Español:


discusión, n.

Pronunciación /dəˈskəʃ(ə)n//dɪˈskʌʃ(ə)n/


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    (of plan, problem)
    discusión femenino
    debate masculino
    after much discussion después de mucho discutirlo
    • there has been no discussion of the moral aspects no se ha hablado de / no se han discutido los aspectos morales
    • it's still under discussion todavía se está discutiendo / estudiando
    • when does it come up for discussion? ¿cuándo se va a discutir / tratar?
    • she suggested a topic for discussion sugirió un tema para debatir
    • there will be discussions with other unions/the management habrá conversaciones con otros sindicatos/la patronal
    • before noun discussion document documento base / de consulta
    • It is hard to prevent a discussion of form and materials from spilling over into a discussion of content.
    • It has had articles written about it, and generated much heat in discussions and debate.
    • That very topic had been the subject of a discussion I had earlier in the day with a friend.
    • This is a fascinating discussion, and a topic about which I obviously need to learn a lot more.
    • An earlier discussion had led to an argument and neither wanted to concede they were wrong.
    • There is nothing to stop us, at the end of this round of negotiations, starting a discussion like that.
    • She would always be the first one to raise a class discussion about any topic, in any class.
    • He takes little part in a class discussion but will discuss a point on a one to one basis.
    • However, so far talks are at an early stage and there are still many discussions to take place.
    • He and I have had some great discussions over time even when we don't agree or see eye to eye on a subject.
    • I like listening to their discussions and seeing how they interact with each other.
    • After a political discussion about the campaign we discuss how to intervene that week.
    • Yet such a discussion is not even on the fringes of political debate on the left or anywhere else.
    • Others were in constant discussions and debates in the campsites or in the refreshment areas.
    • Stephen is also unafraid to give his views on the industry and the recent discussions about this topic area.
    • Inevitably in dealing with such large topics some of the discussions are far too abbreviated.
    • The rally kicked off a week of lively, exciting political debates and discussions.
    • All are welcome to discuss their work, join in the discussions or just sit and listen.
    • Do you think that more discussions should be held before implementing the project?
    • So discussions about my problems are really about the conflicts of the entire human race.