Translation of domino effect in Spanish:

domino effect

efecto dominó, n.

noun

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    efecto dominó masculine
    • The resulting domino effect will be electrifying.
    • But, generally, when one of the game's top personalities and its finest coach expresses an opinion, it tends to have a domino effect.
    • So it causes a domino effect through the economy?
    • It is the domino effect or the ripple effect, whichever you choose.
    • The transition is expected to be gradual, with some fund managers still extremely wary of technology firms for fear of the domino effect of further profits warnings.
    • Such an action would cause a domino effect among most other indebted countries, transforming most of the world almost overnight.
    • Critics who have long been calling for a tuition freeze say this would have a domino effect in the province and cause other schools to follow suit.
    • All this culminates to form a domino effect for teachers and students.
    • And if it continues it will have a domino effect with all the other airlines.
    • Do you think the situation will sort of have a domino effect?
    • In retrospect I see the domino effect of how people's behaviour deteriorates when they are expected to go that extra mile - on a permanent basis.
    • My feeling is that if this asbestos plant gets the go-ahead there will be a domino effect and all sorts of hazardous materials could end up being processed.
    • Vehicles travelling behind that car also brake hard, triggering a domino effect as motorists react to brake lights in front of them, slowing all traffic in that lane.
    • This has already created a domino effect in the industry as funds suspend their own dividends, often because they have suffered dividend cuts on their own investments.
    • And then it's like a domino effect, and it starts spreading throughout the world.
    • Equally worrying is the fact that delays are causing a costly domino effect as contractors incur costs while they wait for other workers to complete tasks.
    • Such selfish driving practices prevent other drivers from being able to park correctly, which sometimes creates a domino effect in a line of spaces.
    • The women had an added obstacle as one of the first athletes fell on the hill, causing a domino effect which saw more than half the field lying in the snow.
    • Somewhere, in one of the rooms, there is the beginning of the domino effect that transforms an ordinary house into something with which we'll be happy but we haven't found it yet.
    • There is an interesting domino effect in commerce.