Translation of hierarchy in Spanish:


jerarquía, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhʌɪərɑːki//ˈhaɪ(ə)ˌrɑrki/

nounPlural hierarchies

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    jerarquía feminine
    • He sought retreat in a feudal world of deference, aristocracy and hierarchy.
    • Boys, on the other hand, tend to have more hierarchically organized groups than girls, and status in the hierarchy is paramount.
    • The authority of the father was absolute, as the head of a hierarchy arranged by generation, age and sex, in which every member of the extended family was related in rank to every other.
    • Who holds the lowest rank in the well-defined hierarchy of film production: the production assistant or the extra?
    • Within the hierarchy of the Ethiopian Church, a special role is played by the deacon, or Dabtara.
    • The most important thing in the election of the chairman was not professional competence in the field, but activity within the Party and a sufficiently high status in the political hierarchy.
    • The take not used, the part not won, consigned him to a profitable but frustrating secondary status in the Hollywood hierarchy.
    • Both of these were indications that he was now reaching the upper echelons of the Nazi hierarchy.
    • As a republican, I hate rigid social hierarchy.
    • On the other hand, family income and education, which may reflect rank in the social hierarchy, are strongly related to health.
    • One problem with our democracy is that a rigid class and caste hierarchy coupled with gross gender inequality has kept large sections of our population traditionally without a voice.
    • It was important that the traditional hierarchy remained intact and that the nobility did not get the impression that they and their old estates were exposed to an attack by the middle class.
    • Not an end in itself, domestic violence is a means of enforcing gender roles in society and maintaining a hierarchy in which men remain in control.
    • As families assimilated, the traditional hierarchies flattened, giving women and children a greater voice in their households.
    • Degrees of difference within the caste hierarchy were also marked by forms of address, seating arrangements, and other practices of deference and superiority.
    • For far too long in this country we've had institutions that have been bound by class, by hierarchy.
    • As expected, the results show a clear-cut hierarchy with the upper class on the top rung of the ladder and the unskilled laborers on the bottom rung.
    • At the bottom of this hierarchy was the vast Third Estate which basically meant everybody else, or about 25 million people.
    • The most intriguing part of the film is the hierarchy of a household where the upper classes live upstairs and the servants downstairs.
    • Almost in passing, his observation revealed how in modern Britain, despite the demolition of some old hierarchies and snobberies, status still rules.