Traducción de many-sided en Español:


multilateral, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈmɛniˌsaɪdəd/


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    • In almost all national revolutions, the idea of freedom is many-sided.
    • The EU has been built on a view of itself as an expanding universe of rational actions and many-sided decision-making, with a slow but inexorable momentum towards ever closer union.
    • Judge us by our ideas, and by our willingness to provide a rich, many-sided debate on our ideas, and not by the skin color of those people who hold or listen to the ideas.
    • So we could be content with the many-sided discourses from the French press that reach us over the Rhine - if it weren't for one problem.
    • The situation in war fluctuates, it is many-sided and contradictory; it blends together the essential and the superficial, the law-governed and the fortuitous, the old and the new.
    • Just as power was ubiquitous in society and repression many-sided, so the struggle against it would have to tackle it from all angles, including ecologism, regionalism, anti-racism, feminism, and the gay movement.
    • Their contributions to the life and structures of the empire were both many and many-sided.
    • But when you do that, it turns out to be a rich and many-sided thing.
    • Today the world faces the many-sided challenge that a rapidly aging population presents.
    • Taken together, the international accounts of the major world economies paint a highly detailed, many-sided picture of all international flows of goods, services, income and investments.
    • Walking is a many-sided pleasure and essential for those who lead a sedentary life.
    • Whatever the case, the councils and congresses called for the purposes of making treaties were often many-sided exhibitions of generosity, oratory, and military might.
    • This is the secret God has concealed in his bosom, and his many-sided wisdom is displaying so that all of the angels and even all of the demons, Satan himself, can look and see the wisdom of God's plan.
    • It grew out of the relativism that was originally promoted as a means in the search for a many-sided truth.
    • The many-sided interests - art, history, technical and military - have resulted in a wide and diverse audience that is sure to be satisfied with the variety and quality of this exhibition.
    • The causes, motives and preconditions of terrorist attacks are certainly many-sided.
    • The choice to exhibit these works exclusive of any other motifs magnifies certain aspects of Johns's many-sided artistic personality.
    • Women were indispensable in this many-sided economic and social reconstruction.
    • Listen to his many-sided Falstaff portrayal in the Verdi, too.
    • But of course there are many other versions; one of the argument's chief features is its many-sided diversity.
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