Translation of abolition in Spanish:

abolition

abolición, n.

Pronunciation: /ˌæbəˈlɪʃ(ə)n//abəˈlɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

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    (in US history)
    (of institution, practice) abolición feminine
    (of institution, practice) supresión feminine
    (of law) derogación feminine
    (of law) abolición feminine
    (of slavery) abolición feminine
    the Abolition la abolición de la esclavitud en EEUU
    • One of the proposals in the original draft dropped by the government was the abolition of the president's office.
    • The abolition of most grammar schools kicked away the ladder for children from poorer backgrounds.
    • The public wanted to retain the death penalty; parliament decreed its abolition.
    • The imminent abolition of the current transfer system will only increase a worrying trend.
    • They escaped the death penalty by only a couple of months as abolition took effect four weeks before their arrest.
    • The abolition of polling stations means that people cannot be guaranteed the right to vote in privacy and security.
    • The abolition of all prescription charges and home care charges for the disabled will also be of direct benefit.
    • It also sought abolition of the roster system for the appointment of Urdu teachers.
    • The abolition of the means test is supported by the savings industry.
    • Indeed I think the complexity of the system alone is reason for its abolition.
    • We are campaigning for the abolition of nuclear weapons and all other weapons of mass destruction.
    • I agree with the suffrage of women, the abolition of torture and so on.
    • The abolition of small courtesies leads inevitably to grosser aggression.
    • They have written to New Forest District Council and demanded the immediate abolition of the fees.
    • The film caused huge debate in Poland and was at least partially instrumental in the abolition of the death penalty.
    • The abolition of apartheid restored the legitimacy of the South African state.
    • The party has also argued for abolition of the House of Lords and refused to take seats in it.
    • Among the major parties abolition of faith schools is inconceivable because they are too popular.
    • Why not select several limited but hated taxes, totalling a few billion, and earmark them for abolition?
    • The age discrimination law will mean the total abolition of the retirement age.