Translation of conjectural in Spanish:

conjectural

basado en conjeturas, adj.

Pronunciation /kənˈdʒɛktʃərəl//kənˈdʒɛktʃ(ə)r(ə)l/

adjective

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    basado en conjeturas
    conjetural formal
    • The vignettes that follow are conjectural, but they may suggest ways in which his life as we know it found its way into his art.
    • It is preoccupied with hypothetical origins and conjectural future ends.
    • Yet, it does not explain why its proponents don't believe in unicorns, leprechauns or other such conjectural entities, all of which also lie outside the imagined boundaries of science.
    • Gone are the days when scientists could look at the state as a bottomless pit of resources for often conjectural studies.
    • Altered estrogen receptor sensitivity is another possible abnormality, but like the estrogen-androgen imbalance suggestion, it is completely conjectural.
    • Although this sort of analogy to herd-living, open-country ungulates will always be somewhat conjectural, it is far from being completely speculative.
    • The foregoing is conjectural, and is intended more to suggest an approach to establishing action on behalf of the future than to prescribe specifics.
    • Prying apart the text, he located discrepancies between the author's conjectural inferences and the evidence actually offered in support of those inferences.
    • Certainly, where the evidence in question is equivocal, in the sense of ambiguous and uncertain and conjectural in nature, the probative force is of such diminished significance as to be valueless.
    • Watson and Crick were determined to try to build a conjectural model of the structure of DNA.
    • Despite increased understanding of the nature of the disease in general, the factors that contribute to symptomatic destabilization are little studied and much remains conjectural.
    • The defendant says the elements of the loss must be established with reasonable certainty, and must not be speculative or conjectural.
    • A conjectural science, which teaches to judge of the effects and influences of the stars, and to foretell future events by the situation and different aspects of the heavenly bodies.
    • Citing the findings of previous interpreters could also be a way of letting readers know that a translation was itself a conjectural reconstruction open to refutation.
    • Fears of conjectural health risk from the pesticides themselves, as well as environmental concerns, would have swamped the valid arguments for the employment of such techniques.
    • My point is why make the claim for a developed canon in the first place, especially when it is based on conjectural attributions and dates.
    • It is their reliance on conjectural statements based on outward similarities that mars the book as a whole.
    • Everything else - that is, the actual character of the external world and of our relationship to it - must remain conjectural or hypothetical, though some hypotheses are better than others.
    • Address your fears with conjectural theory and speculation.
    • Her inspiring words were the only remnants other than my conjectural thoughts that I allowed to follow my every flight.