Traducción de transition en español:

transition

transición, n.

Pronunciación: /tranˈsɪʃ(ə)n//trænˈzɪʃ(ə)n//trænˈsɪʃ(ə)n//tranˈzɪʃ(ə)n//trɑːnˈzɪʃ(ə)n//tranˈsɪʃ(ə)n/

nombre

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    (change)
    transición femenino
    (stage/period) (before noun) de transición
    a period/time of transition un período/una época de transición
    • to be in a state of transition estar en estado de transición
    • transition from sth to sth transición de algo a algo
    • the transition from dictatorship to democracy la transición de la dictadura a la democracia
    • he successfully made the transition from monastic to secular life pasó de la vida monástica a la secular sin problemas
    • transition element elemento de transición
    • He made his fortune during the country's rapid transition to a free market economy during the 1990s.
    • Living in a country in transition, I always believe democracy is a good thing to fight for.
    • The church is in a period of enormous transition with heroic attempts being made to adapt to new conditions.
    • The transition has happened gradually, in daily lessons that come through patience and careful scrutiny.
    • The country's transition to capitalism has been uncertain, with the privatization of state-run enterprises proceeding slowly.
    • The new Cabinet appears designed, in short, to help ensure an orderly transition.
    • He skilfully dissects the complex and varied forms of the labour process during periods of transition.
    • Must we always be a community in transition with high immigration and transient internal population?
    • For some the confidence of adolescence is replaced with questions and doubt, marking the transition to adulthood.
    • In Spain we did have a period of transition from a totalitarian regime to a democracy, just like you.
    • The situationists only wanted what could never exist, never accepting a period of transition, a process of change.
    • Ever since the move, she had used the excuse that everyone was testy because they were still in transition - still in a period of adjustment.
    • We can project that our planet's human population will stabilise, as all continents undergo the demographic transition.
    • The system provides an interesting experimental model because the structural transitions occur over the time scale of weeks.
    • Several rather abrupt transitions have now been noted.
    • His arrest is political and I fear we are in transition from democracy to dictatorship.
    • He added that being a public radio is necessary to be involved with the processes of unification in countries in transition.
    • Marriage is the most important stage in a person's life, marking the official transition to adulthood.
    • A case of too fast a transition from feudalism to modernity?
    • For these other countries, postcommunism designates the period of transition and radical democratic changes that followed the end of communist rule.
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    Música
    transición femenino
    • A quick transition to the major tonality provides sunshine.
    • In a telling transition from B minor to F major, Delius calms the troubled man.
    • I was bowled over by the energy of the Seventh Symphony which has a lovely transition in the First Movement and a dreamy Allegretto reminding one of hallowed antiquity.
    • The transition from the dominant to the tonic, while hardly original to our ears, is still effective, and one of the movement's strong points.