Translation of degeneration in Spanish:

degeneration

degeneración, n.

Pronunciation /dɪˌdʒɛnəˈreɪʃ(ə)n//dəˌdʒɛnəˈreɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

  • 1

    (deterioration)
    degeneración feminine
    deterioro masculine
    • Histopathology shows degeneration of the smooth muscle with fibrosis.
    • Our society has almost sunk into abysmal moral degeneration and deterioration.
    • It damages the nerve cells in the brain and causes degeneration, deterioration and gradual loss of function of areas of the brain.
    • Once you start a war, never think you can control its degeneration and its consequences.
    • The murder has shocked a community that in recent years has tried to shrug off a poor image of poverty and degeneration.
    • She believes that parents cannot escape the responsibility for the degeneration in the study of arts.
    • How does he propose to fix the problem of moral degeneration and cultural decline?
    • Uncontrolled and unplanned tourism has led to natural, cultural and social degeneration inside the so-called host nations.
    • The degeneration is even more evident in the literature and philosophy courses at the secondary level.
    • That last sentence in particular registers a serious demoralisation and also political degeneration.
    • We are not dealing with merely a process of intellectual degeneration.
    • Radiation therapy for exudative macular degeneration has also been attempted.
    • All biopsies showed evidence of muscle fiber degeneration and regeneration.
    • When we focus only on delinquent students, we allow some of the real culprits in this cycle of school degeneration to escape unscathed.
    • With these measures in place, we are optimistic that initiatives to control youth degeneration would begin to bear fruit.
    • At the same time, the pernicious influence of new urban cultural patterns could share some of the blame for rural degeneration.
    • They were pessimists, who refused to see history in terms of progress, and instead saw it as a desperate struggle against degeneration.
    • Then as now technical progress and terror of social degeneration were two sides of the same process.
    • Their complete failure results into their degeneration into savagery.
    • What we have is, we have a general cultural degeneration, of the institution of the family.
    • Time is thus measured as the extent to which one's virtuous labor gives way to corruption and degeneration.
    • The social degeneration that the government's abdication of its role has caused has not been identified with any real clarity.
    • But students could begin to challenge the degeneration of higher education by demanding a bit more.
    • Menopause is the transition period of the degeneration of ovarian functions.
    • However, the 1980s marked the completion of the process of degeneration of the unions.
  • 2

    Medicine
    (of tissue, organs)
    degeneración feminine