Translation of adoption in Spanish:

adoption

adopción, n.

Pronunciation /əˈdɑpʃ(ə)n//əˈdɒpʃ(ə)n/

noun

  • 1

    (of child)
    adopción feminine
    the number of adoptions has risen el número de adopciones ha aumentado
    • I'm a Londoner by adoption Londres es mi ciudad adoptiva
    • before noun adoption certificate certificado de adopción
    • The Scottish executive plans to legislate to change the law, extending rights of adoption.
    • The supercomputing crowd tends to set the pace for technology adoption across the server market.
    • Its adoption in Australia as a single variety is an interesting development.
    • The adoption of technology specific legislation is therefore not the answer.
    • The cute toddler was put up for adoption within days of being born and has already overcome a liver transplant.
    • The adoption of fusionist policies by Lombards and Venetians alike proved futile.
    • They fear that it will adversely affect their position in the country of their adoption.
    • The net result was that the number of adoption applications began, inexorably, to fall.
    • Nor is it difficult to understand the process and reasoning that led to its adoption.
    • A number of myths exist about who may adopt and about the unwieldy processes which exist in adoption.
    • Of course adoption services must give the full facts to prospective parents.
    • The emerging local plan is at an early stage in the process of adoption and could be subject to change.
    • She enters into a pact with a doctor who helps her deliver the baby and give it up for adoption.
    • When children need to live with a permanent new family adoption would always be considered first.
    • They had commissioned a study of the model pioneered in Scotland for possible adoption in Italy.
    • Dylan is just 15 months old and was placed for adoption within days of being born.
    • This is of course due to unscrupulous organisations taking advantage of its adoption.
    • An application was then made to put the child up for adoption and again, the mother had to represent herself.
    • A Scotland on Sunday survey of adoption of the code in city centre pubs painted a mixed picture.
    • I have never been able to discover exactly why she was given up for adoption.
  • 2

    (of idea, approach, custom, title)
    adopción feminine
  • 3

    (of report, motion)
    aprobación feminine
  • 4British

    Politics
    (of candidate)
    elección feminine