Translation of adventitious in Spanish:

adventitious

adventicio, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌadv(ə)nˈtɪʃəs//ˌædvɛnˈtɪʃəs/

adjective

  • 1

    (discovery/arrival/presence) adventicio formal
    (root/bud) adventicio
    • Opportunities for adventitious habitat creation have been widely accepted.
    • If adventitious rooting could be introduced into a crop like cotton, it could lead to new production efficiencies.
    • So we are not dealing with a case of purely adventitious conversion to Christianity.
    • Light was excluded during this stage to prevent adventitious photodamage.
    • It does not feel, subjectively, like some interfering, adventitious stuff has been removed.
    • After removal, such stem segments could produce adventitious roots under moist soil conditions, and produce new plants.
    • It was strange how you can run into people in such an adventitious way.
    • It was an adventitious consequence of the fixing of the date of the hearing.
    • Nowhere was this adventitious attitude to life more evident than in the rural music scene.
    • Plants were washed carefully out of soil and the individual adventitious roots originating from the stem base were removed for testing.
    • What the audience identify with are the apparently adventitious features imposed by the logic of the form itself.
    • Gouges in the sides may be adventitious consequences of the casting process, but in this context they read as scars.
    • Not unnaturally, he basks in adventitious glory.
    • Oxygen transport from shoot through adventitious roots has been visualized directly.
    • The narrative perhaps shares with a good many other such accounts the adventitious quality of a just so story.
    • They are adventitious benefits, which for policy reasons are not to be regarded as diminishing the plaintiff's loss.
    • Then, as if in tribute to the adventitious nature of idea generation, the solution came to him in his sleep.
    • It is by no means adventitious that this statement combines an ethical proposition with an economic prescription.
    • The young parasite then develops a tubercle, with adventitious roots and a shoot.
    • The influence a writer can exert is purely adventitious.
    • For his closest friends and family his demise was shockingly adventitious.
    • So far, the connection has been very adventitious.
    • That result was not an adventitious distortion of the tradition.
    • The total number of primary adventitious roots per plant was closely correlated with corm dry weight.
    • All of creation is an adventitious assault and modification of this preexisting ‘condition.’
    • But that specification will be partly adventitious.