Translation of adhesion in Spanish:

adhesion

adhesión, n.

Pronunciation /ədˈhiːʒ(ə)n//ədˈhiʒ(ə)n/

noun

  • 1formal

    (with glue)
    adhesión feminine
    adherencia feminine
    • The protection of minorities, which is one of the political criteria for adhesion to the European Union, has led to programs aimed at improving the lot of Gypsies in central Europe.
    • This selective texturing alters the surface to provide good adhesion between the tube and the molded or attached components.
    • However, there was a substantial difference in adhesion to collagen-coated plates.
    • The group now has 140 members, with a positive trend of adhesion (nearly 100 per cent in the last year).
    • A bonding layer to provide adhesion is required.
    • Metal pans eventually rust and lose adhesion to the sealer.
    • To be fair to Bodin, the offenses poured out against him by his malicious contemporaries at the time of his adhesion to the League should be analyzed and understood historically.
    • Another favorite for secure adhesion on a variety of surfaces is contact cement.
    • Plain material, often paper, is usually applied horizontally and used under wallcoverings to assure a smoother surface and better adhesion.
    • These pressures are likely to create more conflict within the party than the adhesion to an orthodox economic policy.
    • Experience has already shown that whatever plans drawn by foreigners have failed to deliver the goods because they are always inexplicable and lack that important local adhesion.
    • The type of binder and amount used affect everything from stain and crack resistance to adhesion.
    • This type of failure occurs when the adhesion of the sealant to the substrate it was applied to fails.
    • He is indued in his flannels; face, arms, and legs, body all being covered, so as nearly to resemble a man in chain armour, from the adhesion of the burrs.
    • He could not emphasize his more practical reasons for making reservations in his first letters of adhesion to the Roman Catholic hierarchy.
    • In 1899, he stood with his family and his people, while his uncle touched the pen on behalf of his band to signify the signing of an adhesion to Treaty 8.
    • They will achieve high adhesion on almost any surface.
    • The edge strips were glued in place, held down with sticky tape to ensure good adhesion and left 24 Hrs for the adhesive to fully cure.
    • Paint peeling, blistering and flaking occurs when moisture under a non-breathing film finish destroys the film's adhesion to the wood.
    • Most Baptists have suspected its adhesion to a government or to leftist politics, a supposition that led to its open rejection.
    • And their professed adhesion to the economic formula of Socialism would not of itself be good enough to alter my attitude towards them.
    • In addition to adhesion based on suction, the rim of the sucker can be bent on each side to enclose and grip thin filaments and sheets.
    • Be sure that there is good adhesion to the concrete.
    • In some cases, the adhesive should be allowed to tack sufficiently in order to provide greater adhesion and prevent adhesive bleed through.
    • The strong adhesion that occurs between the bitumen and mineral aggregate enables the bitumen to act as a binder, with the mineral aggregate providing mechanical strength for the road.
    • The product cures in four hours without gassing or pinholes, while exhibiting strong adhesion to the surface.
    • Its only commitments, expressed with imprecision, were to statutory recognition, a minimum wage and adhesion to the EU Social Chapter.
    • The team's previous research ruled out two other possible forms of adhesion: suction and chemical bonding.
    • When insulation is used in the cavity, foam-board adhesive is applied to the back for adhesion.
    • This could allow for adhesion to hooves and fur as well as boots and motorized vehicle tires and suggests a potential for plants to be dispersed outside of floodplains.
  • 2

    Physics
    adhesión feminine
    • When a molecule attracts to a different substance, this is termed adhesion.
    • For one, reducing the modulus simultaneously makes the surface more susceptible to adhesion by particulates.
    • The electrostatic theory suggests that adhesion is the result of differences in the electronegativities of adhering materials.
    • At this average receptor density, if all the particles are homogeneous, there are too few receptors on any particle to support any adhesion.
    • Direct evidence that the cooperative binding associated with clustering increases adhesion has been provided by atomic force microscopy.