Translation of lifeblood in Spanish:

lifeblood

parte vital, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈlʌɪfblʌd//ˈlaɪfˌbləd/

noun

  • 1

    (mainstay)
    parte vital feminine
    alma feminine
    • The power of a nation lies in its freedoms, its ideas, and its lifeblood including new immigrants which add fresh lifeblood.
    • With 14,000 workers in 13 countries it has built a sizeable business with Asian and European carmakers but its lifeblood is Detroit.
    • Tonle Sap Lake is the lifeblood of Cambodia, providing the most important source of animal protein for its population.
    • The lifeblood of democracy is the free exchange of ideas.
    • We've given ourselves carpal tunnel writing about how cars befoul the planet, and cars are the burbs' toxic lifeblood.
    • He said at the moment its lifeblood was not able to flow, adding ‘we see the park and ride scheme an absolutely crucial part of the healing’.
    • Citizen participation is the theoretical lifeblood of democracy.
    • The other side of the palace looks onto the city's lifeblood, the Neva, at this point a wide and polluted river which catches and reflects the colours of the sky unlike any other.
    • He is the essence, the lifeblood, the very marrow of the team.
    • The real issue is not job numbers, but the decline in good jobs - the very lifeblood of America's middle class.
    • Every day there are examples of unspeakable destruction, from the salmon to the redwoods - our lifeblood.
    • What happens if that army thinks its lifeblood is choked off?
    • Society has changed and not only are such families a fact of life, they should be recognised, and indeed welcomed, as the new lifeblood of the village.
    • What gives the series lifeblood is excellent writing, inspired acting and good characters.
    • Didn't matter though, as the charity's doors were closed because its lifeblood had been cut with the loss of its tax deductibility status.
    • The pride and lifeblood of the city was decimated in a single day.
    • The Ruaha National Park is rightly named after its lifeblood - the Great Ruaha River.
    • In Mrezat, water is the lifeblood of the people.
    • Roadside services on the A9 were banned in the 1970s to preserve the economic lifeblood of Highland villages.
    • Quiet precision of thought and speech is individuality's prerequisite, its lifeblood, its hallmark.
  • 2literary

    (life)
    his lifeblood was draining away su vida se apagaba literary