Translation of congruence in Spanish:


congruencia, n.

Pronunciation /kənˈɡruəns//ˈkɒŋɡrʊəns/


  • 1formal

    congruencia feminine
    • High interpersonal congruence should foster harmonious and productive interactions for at least two reasons.
    • That is, in order to be homologous, structures must satisfy the tests of similarity, congruence and conjunction.
    • Until now America has never had an almost complete congruence between ideological and party identities.
    • More momentously, geometric proofs are guided by our deep ability to see points, lines, shapes and their symmetries, similarities and congruences.
    • From coincidence, to congruence, to harmony, to synergy, the two films have to stand the new ground that they cut.
  • 2

    congruencia feminine