Traducción de mission en Español:


misión, n.

Pronunciación /ˈmɪʃən//ˈmɪʃ(ə)n/


  • 1

    • 1.1(task)

      misión femenino
      he flew more than 30 missions tomó parte en más de 30 misiones aéreas
      • he was assigned an important mission se le encomendó una misión importante
      • to leave on a mission partir en misión especial
      • Once stability has been restored, plans will be drawn up for a trade mission to the country.
      • A hate crime task force has launched a mission to encourage victims of abuse, harassment and assault to report crimes.
      • The charge followed a fact-finding mission to the capital Sofia by Sir John Ramsden, head of the Foreign Office central and north-west Europe department.
      • After first realising the export possibilities while on a trade mission to Kuala Lumpur, Scrimgour made a concerted effort to discover new markets in developing countries.
      • The team undertook a fact-finding mission to assess how violence had affected minority women.
      • Modest EU missions have been sent to Macedonia, Bosnia and the Congo.
      • He entered the diplomatic service in 1856 and one of his first tasks was to lead a mission to Central Asia in 1858.
      • Likewise, some countries in the Middle East have also sent missions to the Philippines.
      • Family members of Sept.11 victims traveled on a peace mission to Iraq in January.
      • During a long conversation with a senior administration official, I asked why Wilson was assigned the mission to Niger.
      • Indonesia and Spain have agreed to send more trade missions in the future in a bid to further promote trade relations between the two countries.
      • And it is with this motto that he has undertaken the mission to walk throughout the country.
      • As the Australian Crime Commission was being formed, the junior detective was sent on an important mission to Cambodia.
      • They had an important mission to do, and he needed to remain focused.
      • But the mission to India in 1942 was enough of a success to elevate Cripps to the job of leader of the House of Commons and into the war cabinet as minister of aircraft production.
      • Juni and Carmen undertake a renegade mission to an uncharted island full of strange creatures and enemy agents, with Gary and Gertie in pursuit.
      • There are people who have already been assigned a mission to infiltrate and spy from the beginning.
      • In addition, military-transport obligation does not apply to diplomatic missions and consular offices of foreign states.
      • A factory foreman embarks on a dangerous mission to occupied France to retrieve important machinery.
      • A man who has led some amazing missions in different parts of the country was in York to talk to church leaders from all over North and East Yorkshire and York itself about plans for a mission to the region next year.

    • 1.2(vocation, aim)

      misión femenino
      her mission in life is to help the poor su misión en la vida es ayudar a los pobres
      • He always thought that his main mission in life, and his greatest pleasure, was in teaching the deaf.
      • Even if the act does remain secret, taking that risk greatly wrongs Jesus, the Church, and her mission.
      • These three themes represent the political/social mission of Canadians.
      • There is the one charged with the task of organizing the Christian mission in Britain and drawing it together as one Church.
      • And to share in Christ's mission involves trusting Jesus above everything else.
      • In Oregon, some wounded members of the National Guard have made it their mission to make sure their fellow soldiers get the welcome that they deserve.
      • The issue of religion and politics takes on a deeper dimension when we come to consider ideas about the mission of the Christian church.
      • The guiding principle for the Church in its mission is that it is concerned especially with people for their own sakes and for Christ's sake.
      • This usurps the sovereignty of God and places human speculation at the center of the Christian mission, which is inevitably fallible.
      • Those who are serious about Christian missions should work not only to develop their own specialized code of ethics but to name and shame its violators.
      • Even if your folks make fairness their main mission in life, they could never dole out exactly the same goodies at precisely the same time to all their kids.
      • They agitate for power on the clericalist assumption that the Church and her mission belongs to the bishops.
      • Constants in Context is a survey of missiology, or the ways the church carries out its mission in the world.
      • Given his book that was published yesterday, he talks very strongly about his mission.
      • Its purpose is to express the nature of Christian faith in terms of the mission of the Church.
      • The public debate has tended to concentrate on the criticism of the Catholic Church for a venture which was seen to be more like to the mission of the Evangelical Churches.
      • This means that its interpretation is properly ecclesial, serving the mission of the church.
      • Their faith and their commitment to God's mission were clear.
      • Convey said that the bishops have come to believe that the education of the urban poor is one of the church's missions.
      • His mission was to spread the word of God to people living in the depths of the Amazon rain forest.
      • As expressed in the baptismal theology of the 1979 Book of Common Prayer, the mission of the Church is given in its life as the body of Christ.
      • It's fairly strict, and one of my main missions in trying to be a better songwriter is to learn how to properly break all the rules.
      • In light of the mission to spread the gospel, the division of the churches seemed pragmatically ineffective and theologically scandalous.
      • But today, I had a mission, a mission to go to the library and finish my history project.
      • As expressed in the catechism in the Book of Common Prayer, the mission of the church is made explicit as the body of Christ.
      • Dr. Phil has made it his mission to help find Holloway.
      • The academy's mission is to send out the message that women are not weak and will stand up against abuse.
      • America is a Catholic magazine in the service of the Church and her mission.
      • He may well be a man with a mission - to stamp out pedophilia at its highest level - but it's a mission far to ambitious for one man.
      • Clearly, we must actively and forcefully explain the importance of our fundamental mission to policy leaders and the general public.
      • The reasonable restoration of discipline requires a renewed vision of the very purpose and mission of the church.
      • The majority of Catholics have little appreciation of their mission to spread the faith as a precious gift intended for all.

  • 2

    • 2.1(group of delegates)

      misión femenino
      delegación femenino
      • He said Indonesia and Malaysia would also form a joint mission to oversee and assess the reports made by the fact-finding mission.
      • Even a UN security mission sent in to assess the situation had to turn back before reaching Mazar because it was too dangerous to proceed.
      • A joint government-Anglo-Jewish mission was sent out in May 1939 to Africa to assess appropriate settlement sites.

    • 2.2(embassy)

      embajada femenino
      • The appeal was set up after his most recent visit to the Christian Brothers run mission at Lukulu in Zambia.
      • And in the span of a year, 46 nations have established or re-established diplomatic missions or embassies in Iraq.
      • She established the Methodist mission hospital at Ikkadu near Madras, where she also served as a district magistrate.
      • To introduce Indian culture to this crowd, the mission organizes a charity event called as ‘Sakura Bazaar’ each year.
      • In 1996 a small mission hospital called the Good News Hospital was opened in Mandritsara, a market town in the northern interior of Madagascar.
      • On the outbreak of hostilities, diplomatic missions in enemy countries close down and the diplomats depart.
      • By the end of the nineteenth century, both Protestants and Catholics had established missions in the region.
      • Christian missions were also establishing school in the region.
      • He was the medical doctor in charge of St. Mary's Hospital, a Catholic mission in Gula.
      • Within a week, he had visited a seventy-five-mile area and established missions in four tribal villages.
      • For a time, these missions became powerful institutions in colonial South America.
      • In 1814 a small Christian mission was established, with little success at first, but progress by mid-century.
      • All these factors restricted missionaries consequently they tended to establish missions along the Kavango River and to avoid the interior.
      • Those alliances are visible in the very stones and wood of the mission buildings.
      • Baptists established missions to Aborigines and the urban poor.
      • However, Pearson grew up on a Lutheran mission station.
      • Christian missions established a presence in the late 19th century and continue to play a role in Cameroonian life.
      • At that time Catholic, Protestant, and Orthodox missions were established.
      • During the second century, a vigorous Christian mission in North Africa established a large number of congregations for whose use the Greek Bible was translated into Latin.

  • 3

    misión femenino
    before noun mission house/station misión femenino
    • Security was beefed up across the capital last night, especially around hotels and diplomatic missions, police said.
    • This same team will be building missions, weapons, and new features for years to come.
    • Economic recovery was painful but rapid, and by 1870 the church had even built its first mission.