Translation of conglomeration in Spanish:


acumulación, n.

Pronunciation /kəŋˌɡlɒməˈreɪʃ(ə)n//kənˌɡlɑməˈreɪʃ(ə)n/


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    acumulación feminine
    conglomerado masculine
    • Much like the movie is a conglomeration of familiar elements.
    • Prop is a unique conglomeration of vibraphones, marimba, synthesisers, drums, percussion and bass guitar - a tuned percussion group with a rhythm section.
    • Eventually, every poster in our mind gets tie dyed into one big conglomeration of waste.
    • Their sound is their own: a live progressive breakbeat house conglomeration.
    • It is not possible to reciprocate a purely passive or mechanical or insentient conglomeration of objects.
    • In my field of view they've been building a sprawling conglomeration of flats.
    • Created by Victor Frankenstein in Ingolstadt, the monster is a conglomeration of human parts with inhuman strength.
    • These short essays add tremendously to the book, again raising it above the level of a conglomeration of stories of human stupidity.
    • The concept belief would require an even more complex conglomeration of primitives.
    • The building now houses a conglomeration of different businesses.
    • It is a whole conglomeration of different things that cause history.
    • A set is any collection, group, or conglomeration.
    • There's no one particular reason, there's just a conglomeration of reasons for Brian.
    • The recovered craft was a conglomeration of conventional and cutting edge technology of the time.
    • The Mirwaiz is a pivotal member of the APHC - a loose conglomeration of pro-independence or pro-Pakistan parties in the Kashmir valley.
    • Similarly, the orange ovals highlight some sort of conglomeration that was duplicated.
    • A conglomeration of the rating scales created by students in all three classes is shown in Figure 2.
    • The Indian film industry is a conglomeration of various big and small regional language industries.
    • This 14-minute piece is simply a conglomeration of vignettes of tweens and young women doing a variety of things in the bathroom.
    • Each human is a unique conglomeration of chemicals (molecules, etc.).
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    conglomeración feminine
    • The small traders will oppose any scheme to transform the town centre into a conglomeration of faceless shops selling the same products.
    • It is owned by the Apollo Group, which was founded in 1973 and is a conglomeration of for-profit educational companies.
    • Media conglomeration runs in cycles, so the fish currently progressing through the bellies of the media kings may not stay there for long.
    • I'm glad to see an artist taking on the subject of radio/media conglomeration.
    • China Telecom is a conglomeration of many largely independent provincial companies.
    • Finally, coverage of the climate crisis is one of many casualties of media conglomeration.
    • The struggling Vivendi conglomeration has reportedly shopped Universal, the world's largest record company, since last year.
    • A gawky chap with a ponytail, rarely ever seen in a suit, he wanted to be different from those tough guys at the big anonymous corporate conglomerations.
    • With globalisation have come huge conglomerations of multinational publishers who swamp the limited Australian market with publications from the USA, the UK and Europe.
    • This is similar to when media conglomerates sell off ownership of some of their subsidiaries because conglomeration loses profitability at a certain point.
    • It is not some financial corporation, or industrial conglomeration milking its poor workers for personal gain.
    • No decent person wants to worship an amoral conglomeration of technology.
    • A conglomeration of a bunch of retailers working with them, doing distribution, and co-marketing is a different situation.
    • Stationary conglomerations of individuals were transformed into migratory co-operative groups, following the shores of lakes and seas, and the courses of rivers.
    • Now, the illogic of massive media conglomeration is a lot easier to enter into than to back out of.
    • Critics say the FCC is preparing to allow record levels of conglomeration in the cable industry.
    • Luckily for them, corporate conglomeration makes branching out that much easier - since one branch is just a small step from the trunk.
    • Urban conglomerations are water intensive by their very nature.
    • And it may even be a small sign of the baleful effects of media industry conglomeration.
    • There are tremendous economic benefits to media conglomeration - but they accrue almost entirely to the media owners.