Traducción de equivocation en Español:

equivocation

evasiva, n.

Pronunciación /ɪˌkwɪvəˈkeɪʃ(ə)n//ɪˌkwɪvəˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/

nombre

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    evasiva femenino
    subterfugio masculino
    • But in the meantime, I back the president's decision without any equivocation.
    • It is at any rate more candid than the notoriously slimy postwar equivocations of Albert Speer.
    • While compassion makes us feel the richer for our magnanimity, justice stirs up far more complex emotions of self-justification and equivocation.
    • I say without equivocation to the House that the assets test is a logical and necessary expression of any genuine commitment to the pursuit of a needs based welfare system.
    • Despite the nobility of its conception, this odyssey will end in irresolution and equivocation - as indeed it must.
    • I know there's been a lot of equivocation in this post.
    • So I can say that without any equivocation whatsoever.
    • Their equivocations seem to have taken our mandarins by surprise.
    • With official equivocation over animal experiments, it isn't surprising that plans for a world-class primate research lab at Cambridge have been axed.
    • Look, in my view it's due to, if you like, a bit of equivocation about earnings growth for the course of the next 12 months.
    • But Congressional equivocation also reflects Congressional ambivalence.
    • Apparently, they didn't realize that the people who felt this way were looking for leadership on the issue not equivocation.
    • No question has been raised as to any equivocation, ambiguity or uncertainty in the interpretation of that will.
    • We'll publish pictures no one will publish, we'll show video no one will show, and we'll stay on it 24/7 until the truth penetrates through the lies and equivocations.
    • As someone who's been struggling with NOT getting things done for over forty years, I can say without equivocation that Allen's methods really do work.
    • You read them and you see a man so cautiously calculating not to put a foot wrong that he envelops himself in a fog of caveats and equivocations.
    • The excuses, explanations and equivocations are strictly for public consumption.
    • His reactions are relevant only because they seem to fit his career-long pattern of equivocation and calculation trying whenever possible to have it both ways.
    • Inevitably the postelection media were full of tactful equivocations, brave faces and the search for silver linings.
    • I'm over-reacting, of course, but it seems that such reportage has more to do with equivocation than articulation.