Traducción de exclusion en Español:


exclusión, n.

Pronunciación /ɪkˈskluːʒ(ə)n//ɛkˈskluːʒ(ə)n//ɪkˈskluʒən/


  • 1

    exclusión femenino
    • Unable to see the areas themselves, all you have to go on is the circles of exclusion, the difficulties in movement.
    • Rastafarians were subjected to disdain, harassment and exclusion in Jamaica.
    • This finding may have been due to our exclusion of people over age 65 and those living in remote areas.
    • I wasn't sure whether the issue was one of social privilege or gender exclusion, or both.
    • We are here because, whatever our sexuality, we believe that the days of exclusion are numbered.
    • Both sides of this issue reflect the social and geographical exclusion of black people in a discriminatory society.
    • Their detention, removal and exclusion from the territory are inconsistent with any or all of those words.
    • Secondly, their exclusion would not affect the settlement, in terms of the quality or the amount.
    • The Panel agreed that permanent exclusion would have a highly detrimental effect on him at the present time.
    • Caste was not the basis for any exclusion of participation in the political process.
    • Reality TV rules and it's supposed to be fun, but in the end all it's about is exclusion and rejection.
    • Geeks and freaks become what they are negatively, through their exclusion by others.
    • He said sanctions which could feature in such a charter would range from detention to permanent exclusion.
    • The result is lower growth and exclusion for young workers trying to get jobs, get credit, or start their own businesses.
    • Some people have used exclusion diets and have corrected their arthritis by these means.
    • Fascism breeds in poverty and exclusion; it exits democracy and takes up violence when it sees no other option.
    • They should retain the remit to mobilise and lead the active response to acute poverty and exclusion.
    • Finally the parties made no submissions either orally or in writing about the business exclusion.
    • No economic system can take the moral high ground when it comes to social and economic exclusion.
    • The subjects were selected on the basis of exclusion and inclusion criteria.
  • 2

    exclusión femenino
  • 3

    (in contract, insurance policy)
    apartado excluyente masculino
    • For example, the paragraph covering exclusions from patentability has not been changed.
    • I make declarations and sign exclusions of liability.
    • For reasons already given, exclusions and disclaimers will pass muster under the statutory law on unfair contract terms.
    • Among the exclusions from cover listed in the Special Conditions is non-accidental pollution.
    • You should shop around, since the level of cover and exclusions vary greatly between providers.
    • In California our homeowner's insurance policy had lengthy earthquake exclusions.
    • Typically, rates are up, new exclusions may be imposed, and limits may be reduced.
    • Exclusion criteria related to greater severity of disease or perceived problems with follow-up.
    • The service's own insurance coverage against claims by its own employees did not have such exclusions.
    • Could you just indicate to us the type of industrial relation issues which the agreement covers and what, if any, are the exclusions?
    • However, this was a title protection act and it was written in such a way that its exclusions were greater than what it covered.
    • If you are going away over the bank holiday and arranging travel insurance, don't forget to read all the health exclusions carefully.
    • The Defendants also relied on the very wide exclusion of liability under clause 16.9.
    • There is low acceptance among general practitioners and patients of recently imposed contract exclusions.
    • The drawbacks to independent acquirers are the fees and exclusions that the seller will have to cover.
    • Some policies have so many exclusions it is virtually impossible to make a claim, and generally, the older the car the greater number of exclusions.
    • The risks are the perils with the exclusions; together they delimit the risks covered.