Translation of ascription in Spanish:


atribución, n.

Pronunciation /əˈskrɪpʃ(ə)n//əˈskrɪpʃ(ə)n/



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    atribución feminine
    imputación feminine formal
    ascription to sb/sth atribución a algn/algo
    • Less often are we aware of the privileges accorded us by affiliation and ascription; I did get a job interview, a grant, a publication offer because of my academic pedigree, my identity, or both.
    • Given this discrepancy, solution may be elusive, and ascription of the patterns to a pervasive pathology whose outbreaks are unpredictable makes sense.
    • An account of our mental habits does enter into the explanation of our ascriptions of causality; but this is not to say that when we attribute causal properties to some physical object, we are also making an assertion about ourselves.
    • The hundreds of texts on this theme contain two main elements: the description of the experience; and its ascription to the nightmare.
    • Modern psycho-analysts question this physical ascription as they work on the basis that our cognitions and emotions have a greater role than repetition of physical acts in forming habits.