Translation of heterogeneous in Spanish:

heterogeneous

heterogéneo, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌhɛt(ə)rə(ʊ)ˈdʒiːnɪəs//ˌhɛdərəˈdʒiniəs/

adjective

formal

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    (mixture/assembly/crowd) heterogéneo formal
    • Apparently, Canada succeeded where the U.S. had failed in assembling multiculturally diverse, heterogeneous groups of people.
    • Almost two decades later, it is still hard to quantify such settlements, as the city's topography accentuates their heterogeneous character and formal diversity.
    • Can one really expect what is in reality a globally heterogeneous collection of movements to have a single message’?
    • For this brief review, I have taken a pragmatic approach, collecting information from heterogeneous sources, with very different degrees of reliability.
    • To manage the affairs of a small homogenous state is relatively simple as compared to the affairs of a heterogeneous state of continental dimension.
    • Collectively, Antarctic studies have painted a picture of a biologically diverse and heterogeneous marine environment.
    • First, it is difficult to fix categories in advance for such a heterogeneous collection of work without forcing individual entries into often inappropriate pigeon holes.
    • The population is heterogeneous and cosmopolitan to a degree almost unknown elsewhere.
    • Our sample is not formally representative of any specific population, but it approximates a heterogeneous collection of clinically referred youth.
    • Clayton's proposed methodology for cultural studies serves as a wide umbrella for a heterogeneous collection of individual essays.
    • Distributed widely as they are in the political spectrum, these heterogeneous groups represent very diverse outlooks and interests as a whole.
    • However, in a heterogeneous habitat diverse elements may influence movement.
    • You would be hard-pressed to come up with a more heterogeneous collection of oddments.
    • Surrounding these core units was a heterogeneous coalition as diverse in their loyalties as they were in their equipment, training, and combat capabilities.
    • In general, blues festivals attract a very diverse, heterogeneous audience.
    • The narrow inclusion and validity criteria stated in the protocol ensured that studies included would be valid and less likely to be heterogeneous or diverse.
    • To be prepared to teach all children in the schools of today and tomorrow, teachers must have an understanding of the diversity present in heterogeneous classrooms.
    • This study has limitations, including the small, heterogeneous population and data collection at a single site.
    • They were a racially and ethnically heterogeneous group; 84 percent of the children were eligible for free or reduced price lunches, and a majority read at or below grade level.
    • He created a nationalist and revolutionary rhetoric in order to transform the heterogeneous state into a unitary entity.