There are 2 main translations of continent in Spanish

: continent1continent2

continent1

continente, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkɑnt(ə)nənt//ˈkɒntɪnənt/

noun

  • 1

    continente masculine
    • The history of the Armenian state and people spans over three thousand years and six continents.
    • The flowers also tend to be very small, compared to the size of the flowers found in other landmasses and continents.
    • The experience of war fought across two oceans and three continents turned it into a military hegemon of the first order.
    • By the end of my second year there, I'd travelled to most continents, and my air miles account was truly bulging.
    • Instead, tectonics has encircled the north pole with most of the great continents.
    • The one mass of land began to break up, and the separating continents took with them living cargoes of animals.
    • With present telecommunication links it is indeed possible to work across the continents.
    • To be competitive in the 1990s, airlines must offer services across several continents.
    • Thousands died on the seas while they were being shipped like caged cattle between continents.
    • As far as the other continents were concerned British capital was centred on the Empire.
    • You're all my very extended family spanning all continents and all time zones around the world.
    • In fact, we know that tornadoes have occurred on all continents except Antarctica.
    • It even creates news products for maritime and land mobile markets across six continents and four ocean regions.
    • Australia was the last of the inhabited continents to be reached by Europeans.
    • A child from an extended family may be living across different continents with different cultures and laws.
    • The plan is to sail around several continents before eventually returning to Europe.
    • This steep sided sea flows like a meeting place between the two continents of Africa and Asia.
    • This is due to the fact that all the continents had merged into a single landmass.
    • So, after Everest, she resolved to climb the highest mountains on each of the seven continents.
    • The Middle East and tropical Africa were the last continents that Europeans colonized.
  • 2

    the continent Europa (continental) feminine

There are 2 main translations of continent in Spanish

: continent1continent2

continent2

continente, adj.

adjective

  • 1

    (restrained)
    continente
    • They were sexually continent all their lives.
    • They believed that the church should be made up of women and men who were sexually continent and who also abstained from wine and meat.
  • 2

    Medicine
    que controla los esfínteres
    • This provides a mechanism to influence the two muscle groups to work in concert for continent urine storage and release.
    • The patients in the study were losing the ability to dress themselves, bathe, use the toilet, clean themselves, and remain continent.
    • We compared the risk of urinary incontinence in the daughters of incontinent women with that in the daughters of continent women.