Traducción de subclass en Español:


subclase, n.

Pronunciación /ˈsʌbklɑːs//ˈsəbklæs/


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    subclase femenino
    • From this, I envisage subclasses for static text and dynamically-generated text.
    • The class includes a subclass whose members have claims or defences that raise common issues not shared by all class members.
    • But as a fairly homogenized subclass of workers, the Mexican Indians are readily marginalized.
    • Intellectual leftism is grounded in elitism, the idea that a certain subclass of individuals has a vastly superior understanding of how the world ‘really’ works.
    • The system Merken developed with Beecher finds and separates the 18 most common food flavonoids, representing all 5 subclasses.
    • Most patents also are assigned a subclass and are given more than one class and subclass.
    • This percentage was rather variable in proteins that belonged to different secondary structure subclasses.
    • Equality does not mean equal representation by every subclass or subgroup.
    • Though a low-fat, high-carbohydrate diet may be appropriate for the patient with LDL subclass B, those who present with subclass A do not receive the same benefit and may actually increase their CVD risk.
    • I am a member of a entire subclass of not-so-young-anymore men, living in large cities, who are precariously close to being worrisome bachelors, problem sons, borderline lost causes.
    • You might define a more-general class polygon, which would have triangle as a subclass, along with other subclasses such as quadrilateral, pentagon and hexagon.
    • Any program of restitution, however, contemplates the use of tax dollars to benefit some subclass of the population at the expense of everyone else.
    • Programmers, the technologically innovative subclass of the creative, theoretically have it better: information technology remains a seller's market, with companies reporting an ongoing recruiting shortfall for IT new hires.
    • Although the 33-year-old artist and songwriter Harvey is no fan of the present system of artist subsidies, she does think that GATS will kill off an already poor subclass.
    • My final thoughts on these backformations is that there is an even more special subclass of them: those whose source verb is transitive.
    • The last structural-functional subclass contains sites which share a common amino acid function or type and represent long-range interactions.
    • These people are victims of a disaster and they have been ignored or treated like criminals, or - worse still - a subclass of citizens.
    • The Pintupi were also a subclass amongst the Aboriginal population, and suffered discrimination from other language groups who were more acclimatised to European cultural values.
    • He said that as the phenomenon of poverty takes root in ethnic minority communities, they drift away from the social strata to which their members belonged and begin to form a new, ethnic subclass.
    • Such sources are believed to be either quark stars or neutron stars, and a subclass of these are already observed by conventional means as pulsars or X-ray emitting celestial objects.