Translation of coloration in Spanish:

coloration

coloración, n.

(British colouration)

Pronunciation /ˌkələˈreɪʃ(ə)n//kʌləˈreɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

formal

  • 1

    coloración feminine formal
    • Since the foundation of the state of Israel, Labour has been central to the Zionist project, giving a democratic and even socialist colouration to what was always a fundamentally reactionary programme.
    • There is no possibility of a centralized cabal that could appoint people of only one political coloration.
    • It should be noted that the Copenhagen Consensus is not a group with any particular political coloration.
    • In the 1990s it also shed its socialist ideological coloration.
    • Besides, while individual investors are turned off, Europe's governments, whatever their political coloration, are totally hooked on the markets.
    • The decade immediately preceding Picasso's turn to ceramics saw the century-old debate about craft and society in France take on emphatic new political colorations, first of a leftist cast, and then of a rightist.
    • While Zionism attempted to give itself a socialist colouration, its differences with socialism were of a fundamental character.
    • Perhaps the political coloration of his lecture is accidental, but it is hard to overlook the congruity of his theoretical exegesis with a familiar political posture in the contemporary scene.