Translation of derivation in Spanish:

derivation

derivación, n.

Pronunciation: /dɛrɪˈveɪʃ(ə)n//ˌdɛrəˈveɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

  • 1

    Linguistics
    (process) derivación feminine
    (origin) origen masculine
    the derivation of this word is uncertain el origen de esta palabra es incierto
    • But the similarity of the name to the Incan word makes the actual derivation ambiguous.
    • On this account, the word based theories posit that lexical relations in Semitic languages are linked to derivations involving lexemes and morphemes.
    • When I first came to the community I asked people for the derivation of the word.
    • The derivation of the word manufacture reflects its original meaning, ‘to make by hand.’
    • I like language and often times, words and their derivation interest me.
    • Of course, the common derivation of the word Sheffield - ‘the sheep field’ - is wrong and, frankly, slightly naive.
    • The derivation of the Chinese word Tai-wan is unknown, though its literal meaning is ‘terraced bay.’
    • We forget the derivation of the word journalism: someone who keeps a journal.
    • The word spaniel is probably a derivation of the Latin word for Spain, Hispania, reflecting the dog's Spanish heritage.
    • The derivation from the Greek word koros, which means insect, is supposed to describe the insect-like aroma of the leaves, although some experts argue that it is because those small brown seeds look like beetles.
    • Often, he explains the linguistic derivation of a word or idiom.
    • Is there a book out there that indicates the derivation of words?
    • The precise derivation of the word has always been as contentious as it is obscure but it is tempting to see some shared lexical kinship with our New Year festivities.
    • The words are of Latin derivation meaning left and right.
    • Whatever its derivation it has lost any regional associations.
    • He was also learning the meaning of words, their derivation and more while broadening his general knowledge in leaps and bounds.
    • Many of them would later find their way to Louisiana where they became known as Cajuns, a derivation of the word Acadian.
    • These differences relate to the historical derivation of the words in question: whether they were acquired directly from Latin or through French.
    • I honestly can't give you the derivation of the word, you'd probably need to check someone with training in linguistics.
    • The derivation of the word ‘quail’ has been charmingly explored by the author who points out that it is an imitative name, cognate with ‘quack’.
    • Sometimes when going through a long algebraic derivation, I will ask each student in turn: ‘Clara, what is the next step in solving for [lambda]?’
    • The results generated through Stochastic L-Systems are different for every derivation process.
    • Future work includes full-scale simulation studies and real data analyses, which can verify the mathematical derivations involved in the theory and test the efficiency of the proposed methods.
    • The derivation of the formulas used to construct the graphs is described in MATERIALS AND METHODS.
    • His derivation of the estimates is a tour de force and the applications in algebraic geometry are beautiful.
    • After Arbogast died in 1803, Français inherited his mathematical papers and continued to work on the calculus of derivations.
    • Mathematical derivations and other difficult or detailed materials are often consigned to appendices.
    • But here is an elementary (no calculus) derivation that pulls together several useful but mostly disregarded in the pre-college mathematics ideas.
    • The work is a survey of Kerala mathematics and, very unusually for an Indian mathematical text, it contains proofs of the theorems and gives derivations of the rules it contains.
    • Here is a mathematical derivation of the two values.
    • The derivation of snakes from mosasauroids implies a marine origin of snakes.
    • This suggests derivation from a similar source and/or a similar depositional age.
    • The mineralogy of loess commonly differs considerably from that of the underlying bedrock, further demonstrating its derivation from a distant source.
    • To begin with, there is the matter of its provenance, which concerns the origin or derivation of an artifact.
    • These approaches have one important aspect in common: they all effectively reduce the dimensionality of the search-space by assumption, rather than by derivation.
    • Considering its derivation from pop fiction and movies, Greene's writing is better than it needed to be.
    • Two facies of regionally metamorphosed rocks that may be of either original sedimentary or igneous derivation are characterized by epidote.
    • There is, to my mind, a distinction between the source from which the dividend is paid and the derivation of that source.
    • The trace element and isotopic characteristics of these dykes imply derivation from an asthenospheric mantle source, which is likely to occur only as a result of regional lithospheric extension.
    • The combined isotopic data suggest derivation of the sediments from at least three distinct crustal source regions.
    • The ancestral metazoan gene structure gives the most parsimonious derivation of its descendant genes.
    • Einstein's original derivation of mass-energy equivalence is the best known in this group.
    • The origin or derivation of rights is a difficult area, but Manderson says that they are claimed and granted within the context of a community on the basis of what is deemed reasonable.
    • The high silica content suggests derivation from a high pressure metamorphic source.
    • A mutual interaction, rather than a one-way derivation, could offer a more fruitful and more critical path.
    • Although not a definitive indicator, the lack of abrasion is consistent with derivation from nearby sources.
    • This area has been problematized by a long historical debate over secularism and the complicated derivation of civil laws from various codification systems.
    • In addition, the similarity of the provenance record of samples from glacial and non-glacial units within the Appin and Argyll groups suggests derivation of these two broad depositional regimes from similar source regions.
    • Furthermore, they suggested that such neuroendocrine carcinomas might be of endodermal rather than neuroectodermal derivation.
    • But notice that this just pushes the assumption back, and eventually one will reach the beginning of the original derivation.
  • 2

    Mathematics
    (deduction) deducción feminine
    (deriving) derivación feminine
  • 3

    (obtaining)
    obtención feminine
    the derivation of diesel from crude oil la obtención del diesel a partir del crudo