Traducción de functional en Español:


Pronunciación /ˈfəŋ(k)ʃ(ə)n(ə)l//ˈfʌŋ(k)ʃ(ə)n(ə)l/


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    (machine/weapon/part) en buen estado (de funcionamiento)
    (principle/law/rule) vigente
    • The Dolby Digital 2.0 track is uninspiring, but completely functional and effective for a dialogue-driven feature.
    • In this experimental study, the effect of a functional approach to grammar teaching is examined in the context of French immersion classes at the grade 6 level.
    • Future examinations of behavioral and functional effects on reproduction will allow us to conduct better ecological risk assessments.
    • There are many examples of organizations continuing to exist even where they are not particularly effective or functional.
    • Eric works hard to keep the site not just functional and operating, but to make sure it thrives and is a viable source of information, as well as a medium for all the writers to reach a variety of readers.
    • In fact, an attack may have no functional effect either - it may create directly an operational effect on the decisionmaker.
    • Perhaps the most interesting aspect is the contrast between this flamboyant style and some of the more functional, if effective, tactics employed by Europe's top sides.
    • Long before we knew anything about the physical basis of heredity, factors or genes were identified in terms of their functional or phenotypic effects.
    • Cogently, it is important to indicate that effective leadership requires a functional working credo that is more appropriate for the years ahead.
    • The concept is to assure food safety through development, implementation, and effective management of a functional hazard control programme.
    • While the department was fully functional, operating with five pharmacists, Lochan said as of yesterday, a vacancy was created when a member of staff went on extended leave.
    • And the vision that must develop has to be one that is functional and that is effective in a globalised world.
    • The response to the scandals was a campaign aimed more at suppressing illegal abuses than at boosting the functional effectiveness of intelligence.
    • They are straightforward in nature and won't win any prizes for sophistication, but they are functional and effective.
    • And Mr. Hogan, what you were saying that maybe 2005 or 2004, we might be functional, operating from our new site?
  • 2

    (furniture/design) funcional
    • There are no flashy lights or LED's so if this is something you are looking for, look elsewhere; the unit is designed to be functional and simple above all else.
    • According to a company press release, the site was chosen for its ‘simple, functional, yet elegant design’.
    • Charlotte, on the other hand, has a clean and simple, elegant and functional design, that was highly usable.
    • But like all good design, it is functional as well, with training and conference suites as well as office accommodation, a library, an organic café and a retail area.
    • ‘Gauche, perhaps, but practical, functional, and utilitarian,’ Saffron said.
    • Its original simple black frame was more functional than attractive, and curators wanted a more appropriate treatment.
    • Katy chose to focus on design, as in functional contemporary design rather than fine art and sculpture.
    • Influenced by the avant-garde jewellery art scene in Germany, her designs go beyond functional accessory into the realm of individual self-expression.
    • The great variety of design and the opportunity to own a very attractive, functional tool also make knives highly collectible.
    • Each item is also faithful to a set of core principles including value for money, simple, functional design and basic, understated colour.
    • Gernon is attracted not only to its functional design but to its versatility.
    • With quality and functional differences among products largely having narrowed over the past decade or so, eye-catching design can be decisive.
    • For a web design to be amazing it has to be eye-catching, functional and practical.
    • This means that my bras tend to be functional rather than visually attractive.
    • It's an attractive and functional design and a excellent exemplar of public art.
    • The design elements and functional characteristics of the product itself are just part of the overall marketing process.
    • The plain, yet functional, robot design had been wholly transformed into a work of art that even the greatest masters would weep at the sight of.
    • Simple in appearance and designed to be functional, the very first fabric awnings were only installed when and where they were needed.
    • That is, sites that are attractive, practical, functional, and interesting.
    • In fact, you don't need a book collection at all, since these functional and attractive ladders are every bit as useful in the kitchen, den, home office or even the garage.
    • Once again, Pearl Izumi has designed a functional and attractive article of clothing that is not only great on the bike but in other uses as well.
  • 3

    (disease/disorder) funcional
    • Patients with functional heartburn have symptoms that are typical of esophageal disease but that have no physical explanation.
    • The cases have been described as either a ‘toxic psychosis’ or a functional psychosis.
    • Cardiac disease, including left ventricular structural and functional disorders, is an important and potentially treatable comorbidity of early kidney disease.
    • This discussion focuses on the acute treatment of functional psychosis.
    • Amyloidosis is a functional disorder marked by unusual depositions of amyloid protein in various organs.
    • Physicians would note amnesia in a chart and try to determine whether the amnesia was organic or functional.
    • In any case there were no discernible functional consequences associated with the removal of these amino acids.
    • It's a deep vein of functional psychosis in my family.
    • This edition divides voice disorders into three causal areas: functional, organic and neorogenic, with a separate chapter on each.
    • Depending on which symptoms are apparent, delirium may be mistaken for a variety of disorders including dementia, mood disorders, and functional psychoses.
    • Psychoses may be divided into two categories, organic or functional.
    • The main differential diagnosis of delirium is from a functional psychosis (such as schizophrenia and manic depression) and from dementia.
    • Reveal tumors and functional disorders in organs such as the lungs, liver, pancreas, kidney and spleen
    • The worth of the person is not affected by disease, disability, functional status, or proximity to death.
    • The challenge is to reliably sift out and satisfactorily reassure the 40% with functional disease without missing those with more serious pathology.
    • Patients with predominant epigastric pain without peptic ulcer disease or oesophagitis have functional dyspepsia.
    • The highly influential psychiatrist and philosopher Jaspers listed the functional psychoses as schizophrenia, manic - depressive insanity, and epilepsy.
    • Heart failure is a complex syndrome that results from any structural or functional cardiac disorder that impairs the ability of the heart to function as a pump.
    • Age at disease onset and functional class were the strongest independent predictors of survival.
    • Malnutrition, typhus, tuberculosis, sepsis, and universal diarrhoea (probably functional rather than infective) were rife.
    • Although IBS is a functional disease, it not only causes physical suffering but also has a great impact on people's quality of life.
    • Of particular interest is the more controversial class of amnesic syndromes known as dissociative, functional, or psychogcnic amnesias.
    • In clinical practice, severe liver disease and celiac disease are probably the two most common causes of functional hyposplenism.
    • There is good evidence for structural and functional diversity within a hepatic acinus, which is the smallest structural / functional unit in the organ.
    • An estimated 4 to 7 percent of prisoners suffer from a functional psychotic mental illness
    • These four species, however, are the only cereals from which functional disease resistance genes have been isolated and characterized.
    • Indeed, the histologic findings revealed less damage, suggesting better functional organ capacity in these animals.
    • Many patients with functional class IV heart failure are symptomatic because of inadequate diuresis.
    • Various prokinetic drugs might help in organic and functional dyspepsia.
    • Insomnia may be functional, a signal that you need to attend to what got you up.
    • It also can be used to treat functional disorders such as trigeminal neuralgia.
    • No patients were excluded on the basis of the type of structural or functional heart disease.
    • Persistent symptoms are often multiple and disabling and may be described as functional syndromes.
    • They may have functional dyspepsia or diseases such as peptic ulcer or gastro-oesophageal reflux disease.
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    (illiterate) funcional