Traducción de inactivity en Español:


inactividad, n.

Pronunciación /ɪnækˈtɪvədi//ˌɪnakˈtɪvɪti/


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    inactividad femenino
    • She did venture outside after several hours of forced inactivity.
    • Muscle fibre composition does not appear to change during short periods of inactivity.
    • Alongside rising employment and falling unemployment, economic inactivity has also been increasing.
    • Stiffness may occur following periods of inactivity.
    • The major causes are poor dietary habits and inactivity.
    • What you want to do is avoid having your credit card canceled because of inactivity.
    • Hip stiffness is common, particularly after inactivity, and can be a presenting feature.
    • To talk about an epidemic of obesity is like talking about a plague of inactivity or a contagion of overeating.
    • Platinum also finds applications in systems where chemical inactivity is an important property.
    • Those who reported physical inactivity were invited to come to the research center to complete the questionnaire.
    • But sleep can be thought of just as a period of inactivity.
    • Most fear that all they have gained through hard training will be lost during a period of inactivity.
    • Physical inactivity accounts for many of these deaths.
    • Increased levels of physical inactivity have been reported for Asian Indians.
    • For one thing the study of the solar system was revitalized after a long period of relative inactivity.
    • Eating too much or inactivity is likely to have some influence.
    • There is evidence that links physical inactivity with the increasing prevalence of osteoporosis in the United States.
    • Several aspects of the observed inactivity strongly resembled the dormancy induced by the water loss.
    • Unlike species in colder climates, tropical species experience a period of inactivity associated with the dry season.
    • There is no off switch and the unit simply shuts down after a couple of minutes of inactivity.