Translation of exponential in Spanish:


exponencial, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌɛkspəˈnɛn(t)ʃ(ə)l//ˌɛkspəˈnɛnʃ(ə)l/


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    (increase/growth) exponencial
    • The organism has an exponential rate of evolution, and it is not long before the community is affected and the government takes over the case.
    • As technology increases at an exponential pace, I think the average citizen is embracing it at a much slower rate.
    • As you'll soon learn, an exponential increase in strength and effectiveness is best met with restraint and caution, not bloodlust.
    • Well, unfortunately the models produce linear warming with exponential increases in carbon dioxide.
    • Right now, the growth looks exponential, but increasing competition may yet dampen it down.
    • Species have a tendency to increase in size over generations at an exponential rate.
    • Now, with exponential increases in information, we can't possibly provide students with all they will need to know.
    • The growth of skateboarding continues to increase at an exponential rate.
    • The amount of information on the internet is increasing at an exponential rate.
    • Right now the chip-music scene is growing at an exponential rate.
    • This led to an exponential increase in the number of troops based in the area.
    • We are now in a similar position with regard to biology, where we see an even sharper exponential increase in the amount of DNA sequence information to come.
    • The MEPS model predicts an exponential decrease in recombination rate in relation to the level of divergence.
    • Human civilisation has developed at an exponential rate since the renaissance, during a time when the environment has been in a relatively benign state.
    • Finally, the volume and flow of potentially relevant information has increased seemingly at an exponential rate.
    • While my environmental knowledge is limited, I am learning at an exponential rate.
    • Unlike its stalling economy, soccer in Japan is in something of a boom cycle, with its stock climbing at an exponential rate in the last few years.
    • He has filled out considerably, seems to have aged at an exponential rate and, tonight, looks every inch the trendy uncle in his hooded top and combat trousers.
    • Notwithstanding that these growth rates are not precisely exponential, in all cases they are clearly not linear.
    • That said, it's fairly obvious why the machine is selling at near exponential rates.