Translation of finite in Spanish:


finito, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈfʌɪnʌɪt//ˈfaɪnaɪt/


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    (distance/number/speed) finito
    our resources are finite nuestros recursos son limitados
    • my patience is finite mi paciencia tiene un límite
    • Everything we perceive is filtered through our finite minds with finite vocabulary.
    • There is no doubt that in health there is infinite demand and finite resources, and each scarce health dollar must be put to the best possible use.
    • Since our industry is so specific, it's really a finite group of people we're targeting.
    • These challenges include a finite budget, and limited personnel and resources.
    • If something created God, God would have a beginning and He'd be finite, not infinite.
    • We do not know for sure whether the Universe is finite or infinite.
    • Guest speaker, Mr Warner, pointed out that water is a finite resource that is infinitely recycled.
    • Inductive arguments reason from a finite set of examples to a general rule.
    • However, there is a finite number of police officers to respond to incidents.
    • In this era of limited resources and finite health - care budgets, it is important to assess not just clinical effectiveness but also cost effectiveness.
    • We know, that a single universe is enormously large, but always finite in size due to its Big-Bang origin.
    • I have told them the heart only has a finite number of irreplaceable cells.
    • Anderson now spreads the word on the unsustainability of infinite growth in a finite world.
    • Simply because resources are finite, and we have to use them the best we can.
    • "In public finance, circumstances change, and we have to recognise that resources are finite.
    • With Frank in the chair, the deans met every fortnight ensuring that finite resources were used effectively.
    • Earth is a sphere; it therefore has finite volume and finite resources.
    • Language is a descriptive and a definitive tool - to name the thing is to bind the thing - and as such it is finite and limited.
    • They were always going to gain a finite amount of income from the scheme.
    • On another, more important level, the book is about Levin's research in cosmology, and her idea that the universe may be finite in size.
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    (form/verb) conjugado
    • Mini mission statements, nearly always written without benefit of finite verbs, are increasingly common.
    • In English, tense must be expressed in all finite verb phrases.
    • Form a question and make it specific and finite so that the answer is easily recognizable.
    • But we also don't call them finite complement clauses, though many linguists would.
    • A temporal profile needs to be contributed by a finite verb, as in I walked into the garden, We drove towards the sea.