Translation of controversy in Spanish:


controversia, n.

Pronunciation /kənˈtrɒvəsi//ˈkɒntrəvəːsi//ˈkɑntrəˌvərsi/

nounPlural controversies

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    controversia feminine
    polémica feminine
    it was the subject of endless controversy fue objeto de interminable polémica
    • This ascription has notoriously become a matter of debate and controversy in the modern era.
    • I have, moreover, sought to alert the reader to key debates and points of controversy.
    • This line of argument takes us swiftly into huge controversy because it goes to the heart of how we parent.
    • There is no reason to think this latest controversy will end any differently.
    • The controversy over the bodies in the mortuary continues, but this time at national level.
    • After a few years of vigorous controversy the second great debate petered out.
    • Then the police were subject to a storm of political conflict and controversy.
    • Scholars come and go and its attribution is a constant source of controversy.
    • Thanks to recent controversy, this last visit has taken on a greater importance than usual.
    • This past week has seen more controversy arising from Sunday's live televised match.
    • Within each of these two systems of thought and action there is controversy and argument.
    • The legal controversy has been just one problem attending the couple's wedding plans.
    • He will knowingly enter a mild scuffle of controversy not of his own making.
    • For a century, they bestrode court and country, privy to the innermost controversy.
    • It is the latest in a line of complaints about the tip which has been the source of much controversy since it opened.
    • The long-term effects of cannabis on the body are still a matter of controversy.
    • A storm of controversy continues to rage over changes to bus services in Colchester.
    • There is room for debate and controversy, and there is the stuff of real division.
    • The good thing is that my work continues to raise a lot of controversy and dialogue.
    • The application is expected to cause controversy when it is finally submitted.