Translation of intervention in Spanish:


intervención, n.

Pronunciation: /ˌɪn(t)ərˈvɛn(t)ʃ(ə)n//ɪntəˈvɛnʃ(ə)n/


  • 1

    intervención feminine
    armed/military intervention intervención armada/militar
    • They were frustratingly denied by late deflections or timely interventions.
    • The result is one of the simplest artistic interventions I have ever seen and one of the most unforgettable.
    • Research shows it's less helpful in normal labours and can lead to unnecessary interventions.
    • Studies have shown that the tree would be safe with only minor interventions.
    • Most lyrical of all his interventions there is the restaurant on the edge of the vineyards.
    • As economic interventions go it must surely rank as one of the biggest failures in history.
    • We can make our observations and interventions on behalf of the emerging poem or story.
    • Not only had he given his all going forward, he had helped out at the back with telling interventions.
    • However, these incentives are often distorted by interventions in the market.
    • They eagerly, even desperately, seek to create or receive such interventions.
    • What we have here then is an extraordinary range of fairly informed interventions.
    • Behind the parade of diets and workout regimes there have been more direct interventions.
    • Also the possibilities of realist strategies as radical interventions should be broached.
    • Ecosystems are delicate and complex, easily disrupted by clumsy interventions.
    • Second the costs of interventions, both explicit and implicit, did not become excessive.
    • Many have raised several matters that Ann's kindly interventions have resolved.
  • 2

    (in the EU)
    intervención feminine
    intervention price precio de intervención masculine
  • 3

    (in debate, discussion)
    intervención feminine