Translation of hypothetical in Spanish:


hipotético, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌhʌɪpəˈθɛtɪk(ə)l//ˌhaɪpəˈθɛdək(ə)l/


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    • A hypothetical case explores the legal issues involved.
    • For illustrative purposes, various hypothetical cases of age-related cognitive decline will be described and discussed.
    • Estimates that do exist are based on hypothetical projections from local investigations with questionable validity.
    • But any thoughts of expanding the program are ‘based on hypothetical funding,’ Cecire said.
    • On this I will defend the use of hypothetical philosophical thought experiments.
    • This term reflects the fact that he developed it through reflection on John Rawls' account of justice as grounded on a hypothetical social contract.
    • The hypothetical question based on the operative report of Dr. Carroll was put to Dr. Winton in these terms by defence counsel.
    • The preceding description of a hypothetical study is based on the use of traditional endoscopie methods.
    • These situations are not hypothetical; they are based on real stories from faculty members across the country.
    • This program produces a subset of hypothetical products based on the attribute levels provided by the researcher.
    • The analysis was based on a hypothetical cohort of 60-year-old medical patients being treated for acute respiratory failure.
    • Estimating requires speculation because it is hypothetical.
    • However, the onlap interpretation is based on hypothetical time lines in unstudied locations.
    • In advance of combat, polls filled with hypothetical questions have limited predictive ability.
    • And it is to the world that is there that the scientist must go to confirm or disconfirm the hypothetical objects of scientific theory.
    • The identification of risk starts with considering hypothetical scenarios based on past experience, i.e., the ‘what if’ approach.
    • I'm just pointing out to you a hypothetical experiment.
    • Consider these hypothetical examples based on cases I have seen during my work in social services.
    • Some philosophers have adduced hypothetical examples to support the conclusion that we ought to set the threshold very high.
    • In the circumstances, I am unwilling to express a conclusion based on a hypothetical view of the evidence in respect of an issue now academic.