Traducción de universe en Español:

universe

Pronunciación /ˈjuːnɪvəːs//ˈjunəˌvərs/

nombre

  • 1

    Astronomía
    the universe el universo
    • At the moment they believe the universe to be expanding, or contracting, or both.
    • He remembered clearly looking back at the stars, glinting at him across a million light years of the universe.
    • In the initial stages of the big bang the universe existed in a highly compressed state.
    • Among the many mysteries in the universe is the dark matter in galaxies and clusters.
    • The basic idea behind inflation is that a repulsive form of gravity caused the universe to expand.
    • Why can't we believe that the universe is infinite, both in size and duration?
    • If you really believe that the universe is infinite than you must also accept that godlike things will exist.
    • In the universe matter and physical space are in permanent dynamic equilibrium.
    • If the universe is expanding at any time and is closed, the expansion will slow down in the future.
    • So the question then is how much information has the universe processed since the Big Bang?
    • Theory predicts that there is five times more dark matter than ordinary matter in the universe.
    • You can see this very clearly in the physical sciences - do we have one universe or parallel universes?
    • This implied that the universe was expanding and led the way to the Big Bang theory.
    • Light from the object began its long journey across space when the universe was less than a billion years old.
    • They want to believe the universe is an elegant universe-and it's not so elegant.
    • Instead, the earth was envisaged as one planet amongst the vast, empty time and space of the universe.
    • Others believe that the universe was created as a whole by a single all-powerful entity.
    • Here he describes how black holes might spawn new universes.
    • For a few millennia after the Big Bang, the universe was dense, turbulent, and unimaginably hot.
    • Many people want to find God in the creation of the universe, in the big bang that started it all off.
  • 2

    (world)
    universo masculino
    • Flynn remembers meeting them in a challenge game a few years back in Ballymun but aside from that they have inhabited separate universes.
    • They spiced up our holiday and enabled us to discover their universes and their cultures, familial and national.
    • It was as though the two men inhabited completely un-related moral universes.
    • We cannot help but sense that we are trespassing on a hundred very private, vanished universes.
    • And this is not exactly rocket science because the survey universes are clearly different.
    • Artists began illustrating their own, internal worlds, creating their own universes.
    • Second, the five core features do not inhabit separate universes.
    • I knew that Truth was peace and joy and I knew it was effortless, but thinking this and experiencing this are universes apart.
    • Already, we are worlds away from the universes of The Asphalt Jungle and The Killing.
    • In an elegant book, these parallel universes are the sole source of irritation.
    • After all, they come not merely of different worlds, but, in effect, different universes.
    • It could work in the same way that comic books bridge universes, so to speak.
    • Some of these are small enough in our moral universes to almost vanish.
    • Are we to consider our own dreams as the raw material to be understood as the basis of our own closed universes?
    • It's like she and I are in two entirely different universes, and it's hard for us to relate.
    • Both the material and metaphysical universes of the indigenous people were turned upside down.
    • These fashion universes are not parallel, but keep in constant touch with one another.
    • All movement between universes is closely monitored, trespassing is severely punished.
    • We try and create universes in which we constantly ask ourselves how much we really want to show and how much we want to leave in the dark.