Traducción de totality en Español:

totality

totalidad, n.

Pronunciación /toʊˈtælədi//tə(ʊ)ˈtalɪti/

nombre

  • 1formal

    (whole)
    totalidad femenino
    • Yoga is then not just exercise and stretches, but encompasses the totality of the whole person.
    • Each social construction is then part of a larger whole - a totality.
    • But this is not the totality of the number of failures in the war on terror.
    • The American people will make a judgment on the totality of those issues.
    • Let there be safeguards by all means, but these should not be in the totality that they currently are.
    • I could imagine the whole of Arcadia slowing slightly as it processed my totality, my thoughts.
    • But the totality of their successes can't be put down to running slick campaigns.
    • Many people will have seen some of the photos and footage of these areas, but it is still hard to be fully prepared for the totality of the devastation.
    • Each of these requirements is worthy, even noble, but in their totality they should be cause for alarm.
    • At an early age, before he had experienced life in its natural totality, he embarked upon an odyssey charted out for him by others.
    • Certainly it would be worrying if students were being taught that these aspects are the totality of what literature has to offer.
    • So I expect the totality of the statement will be along those lines saying look, this is a sham and here is why.
    • It is the international system of currency that determines the totality of life on this planet!
    • The key to our reformation will be a positive and receptive attitude toward the totality of the human experience.
    • Goodness knows what horrid things he saw and I fear that there's no knowing the totality or the extent of the images that remained in his memories.
    • He posed once the idea to me that the whole, the totality of the universe is just perception.
    • The Roman state was false and anti-Christian precisely because it wanted to be the totality of human capacity.
    • It doesn't mean he can't, or shouldn't, be investigated for the totality of his behavior.
    • Well, let us indeed examine the totality of the Prime Minister's words and deeds, and discover how we came by this misunderstanding.
    • ‘Any concerns are heavily outweighed by the totality of the positive benefits,’ he said.
  • 2

    (completeness)
    carácter total y absoluto masculino
    the totality of the destruction was beyond doubt la destrucción fue, sin duda, total y absoluta