Translation of composition in Spanish:


composición, n.

Pronunciation: /ˌkɑmpəˈzɪʃ(ə)n//kɒmpəˈzɪʃ(ə)n/


  • 1

    composición feminine
    the composition of the subsoil la composición del subsuelo
    • But the exact composition of this mixture varies from person to person, depending on body chemistry and diet.
    • Although their body fat was not reduced, the addition of the lean mass altered their body composition.
    • We are determined that the Armed Forces should better reflect the ethnic composition of the British population.
    • Later Surveyor missions carried analytical instrumentation to determine the chemical composition of the soil samples.
    • Well, the concern and the uncertainty that we're facing now is that we're not sure about the nature of the chemical composition of the magma that is involved in driving this thing.
    • The cumulative effect, over billions of years, is to change the elemental composition of the universe.
    • Endogenous LS is a complex, multicomponent mixture, the precise composition of which is still not completely defined.
    • In tumors with heterogeneous cellularity, fields were selected to reflect the whole tumor composition.
    • For that reason the isotope composition of the labelling solution was determined.
    • Finally, long-term cholesterol depletion could initiate compensatory changes in membrane lipid composition.
    • Sojourner analyzed the chemical composition of fifteen rocks using its alpha proton X-ray spectrometer.
    • Underlying that growth was a dramatic shift in the ethnic composition of the population.
    • The ingredient and nutrient composition of the basal diet is presented in Tables 1 and 2.
    • One such question has to do with the composition of the atmosphere as observed by Huygens.
    • Immigration policy has produced an extraordinary change in the ethnic composition of the U.S. population.
    • Though the clothes themselves are ordinary garments, they are by the nature of their composition all individual.
    • The materials alchemists used were typically impure mixtures whose composition varied according the site from which they originated.
    • Currently, we create so much CO 2 this way that we are changing the chemical composition of the atmosphere.
    • As diagenetic growth of authigenic apatite continues within a bone, the isotopic composition of the whole bone will trend towards a purely diagenetic signal.
    • Tourism has also accelerated immigration to Panajachel and furthered a gradual diversification in its social composition.
    • A particular problem with composition shingles is that due to the heat-softening, they become very prone to damage.
    • Solid vinyl tile is a non-backed product that contains higher levels of vinyl resins, plasticizers and stabilizers than composition tile.
    • Excessive heat build-up in an attic can shorten the longevity of composition roof shingles by causing premature evaporation of the oils in the asphalt.
    • For example, composition tile consists of a vinyl surface with a separate backing.
    • Wood composition sheathing may be glued to polyurethane and isocyanurate slabs of insulation in the same way as EPS panels.
    • In high-traffic areas, Kastner says he uses modular carpet for high-wear areas and vinyl composition tile for corridors with less traffic.
    • A new, 500-space parking lot is hidden amid grassy dunes on which saltgrass is growing in durable composition material.
    • We looked at copper, composition shingles, slate and concrete, and finally decided on rubber shingles made entirely from recycled tires.
    • So it was soon banned as was hard composition rubber.
    • Nickel alloys are normally welded with matching composition filler metals.
  • 2

    • 2.1Literature Music Art

      composición feminine
      • Such motives form the basis for his musical compositions, especially the operas.
      • All of this work furthered my composition of new prose poems.
      • The space-box is replaced by compositions organized through a loose symmetry.
      • The notes are a bit dry but not technical and offer some educational insights into the composition of the music.
      • Her first pictures were of fishermen, factory workers, and lorry drivers, all remarkable for their composition and colouring.
      • Mention the word ‘étude,’ and compositions by Chopin, Debussy or Czerny may come to mind.
      • Experience the process of composition of the art.
      • They can endure anguish as they go through the process of composition.
      • In spite of his many talents and activities, he never lost sight of his primary mission - the composition of serious concert music.
      • Therefore, no objective standard exists for the composition or development of music.
      • The latter two works have an irregularly repeated fringelike pattern that anchors the composition.
      • One rarely associates the term ‘programmatic music’ with the compositions of Johannes Brahms.
      • There are also educational pieces, numerous compositions of chamber music and two concertos.
      • The rows vary in texture and density, from single pages to cardboard book covers, undulating in a wavelike pattern across the horizontal composition.
      • Both paintings share similar compositions; an enormous crane and a fragment of sky are shown where the towers used to be.
      • At one level, no doubt, we could say that everything in a poet's life becomes integral to the composition of the poem, whatever the form or genre.
      • In a number of instances, the choice of the artist commissioned to produce a portrait is as significant as the portrait's format or composition.
      • Their repertoire spans from traditional Chinese music to contemporary Canadian compositions, and other cross-cultural pieces.
      • Despite the complex rhythms of his compositions, Stravinsky's music is imbued with the spirit of the dance, and it was not just in the scores written specifically for ballet that he produced ideal ballet music.
      • Here, his composition, line and Fauvist hues abstract the imagined essence of flowers on conspicuous stalks that may be heading on to hip and seed.
      • Here Sherman lauded the manner in which elements in Cezanne's pictures were adjusted for the sake of the composition, independent of laws of reality.
      • The selections have been arranged roughly in chronological order, by year of composition, a format that works surprisingly well.
      • Frightened is also a pretty picture, but the composition is a little complex, and we can almost hear the noise when the artist cut the woodblock.
      • On a couple of tracks, he added a heavy dose of jazz in between his chamber music compositions.
      • I'm deeply concerned with harmony, and yet it is the aspect of composition that is the most predetermined methodically.
      • He brought his political commitment and his many talents - photography, journalism and music composition - to film-making.
      • He maintains clarity of form in the very nuclei of his compositions, namely the melodies that he derives from folk songs and dances, and transfers this to a larger scale.
      • It was later recognised as one of the iconic compositions of classical music.
      • Itsuko Hasegawa, one of Japan's most widely respected architects, likens making architecture to the act of creating a poem or a musical composition.
      • A zone of smeared blue pushes in from the upper right corner, destabilizing the composition, giving the brushwork it impinges on a frenetic quality.
      • It has a profound effect on literary composition.
      • Rubens sometimes used monochrome techniques in sketching compositions for engravers.
      • Including him also helped Holbein to balance the composition, which is slightly weighted to the left in the drawing.
      • Artists draw a composition on a block of wood and then cut away the areas they do not want to ink, leaving a relief of the intended image.
      • Musical compositions accompanying each piece help set the mood.
      • It is what one might expect of an artist experimenting with the composition of a companion picture.
      • The other contests the students had to vie in were designing a book cover, radio jockeying, poetry composition, hairstyle, make-up, modelling and recitation.
      • Each of her dances, however, was created around different music, ranging from the baroque compositions of Johann Pachelbel to local folk songs.
      • After the radio performance, the RTÉ producers encouraged the girls to continue to work together, as it was felt that they have an obvious talent for composition and performance.
      • Josef Suk can always be counted upon to produce good, well crafted and melodious music and these three compositions certainly live up to that description.
      • Musicians will gain a broad range of skills including technology, performance, composition and music business.
      • Once you started writing, what effect did music have upon the composition of the poems and what composers might have influenced your work?
      • It's an enjoyable experience in its own right and with a high standard of composition and performance the album could be ‘Music to watch clouds by’.
      • For composition is not just a way to organize a picture.
      • At the same time, he fully recognises the impact of existing music on his own compositions.
      • I preferred to study harmony, counterpoint and composition.
      • This made it an object of desire in the homes of the fast-growing bourgeoisie, creating a market greedy for the sheet music of Chopin's compositions that poured into the shops.
      • It's a neat trick, actually, and sidesteps the innate structure that pervades dance music's more epic compositions.
      • Its singing melodies, rocking accompaniments and romantic harmonies advance the composition of nocturnes from Field to Chopin.
      • Some of the artists worked out their compositions with small sketches, at other times they would work with a spontaneous intuitive flow, reacting and responding to their evolving composition.
      • His compositions comprise mainly chamber music, including string quartets and accompanied keyboard sonatas.
      • A song, of course, is a musical composition, a poem or ballad; a ballad is a short narrative poem adopted for reciting or for singing.
      • Formal study followed at Latrobe University developing interests in 20th century composition, Jazz and Music from other cultures.
      • Because he wrote equally as well for the orchestra, the piano orchestral works are compositions all serious musicians should explore.
      • The larger paintings are staged in a manner characteristic of Manet's early studio compositions.
      • Esch decided to return to his prior vocation as an adjunct professor of prose composition at Harvard.
      • These include various compositions by Bach, Mozart, Schumann, Haydn, Beethoven and Purcell.

    • 2.2(essay)

      redacción feminine
      composición feminine Latin America
      • The study employed a total of five morphological and syntactic structures as unmarked and marked error types in two student compositions and investigated 40 professors' reactions to them.
      • The sources of data included oral interviews, written compositions, and letters.
      • You know, sitting down to write about the weekend is a bit like being back at school and told to write a composition on ‘What I Did During The Holidays’.
      • I recall once going over a five-page composition I'd written for his class and counting over thirty be-verbs.
      • But CStar is not limited to writing compositions for class.
      • Written compositions will show a familiarity with informal, spoken English.
      • The flag was saluted, cheers given for the King and senior classes were given the task of writing a composition on the greatness of the British Empire.
      • When I was at school in the 1940s and 50s, we were asked to write compositions on how we would spend this leisure time and what kind of tourism we would like to see developed.
      • Results supporting this hypothesis are presented from analyses of 114 compositions written by French and Japanese background learners of English.
      • Our homework from Friday was to write a composition on our dream for the world with a forward from Dr. Martian Luther King's speech at the top.
      • We began writing compositions in school when I was 11 or 12.
      • Judging from school compositions, he was writing and talking like this when he was eleven.
      • The choice of compositions offered to ordinary-level students included one on the topic of travelling on a school bus.
      • All through school I loved to write reports and compositions, but never anything that would reveal the feelings going on inside me.
      • The author subsequently met with six 10-year-olds, and asked them to write a composition about their school.
      • When I teach college composition to ESL students, I spend much of my time thinking about linguistic matters.
      • In the English syllabus I enjoyed writing compositions, but I didn't really like sentence analysis.
      • It was all a dream - as we used to say at the end of our compositions in elementary school.
      • We did not use newspaper, as the students' compositions would be much more visible on the plain surface than on ‘busy’ newsprint.

  • 3

    composición feminine
  • 4

    mezcla feminine
    (rubber/sole) (before noun) sintético
  • 5

    (agreement, settlement)
    transacción feminine
    (with creditors) convenio masculine