Translation of longevity in Spanish:

longevity

longevidad, n.

Pronunciation /lɔnˈdʒɛvədi//lɒnˈdʒɛvɪti//lɑnˈdʒɛvədi/

noun

formal

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    longevidad feminine
    (of material) larga duración feminine
    • Increased longevity is one of the modern world's greatest achievements.
    • Now he has a chance to prove that he deserves his career longevity.
    • The amount of money a country spends on health care does positively correlate with increased longevity.
    • His longevity of service to the bank will serve him well in his new role.
    • The mean phenotypic plasticity for the seven variables decreased significantly with increasing leaf longevity.
    • Most manufactured pop artists have the sort of career longevity that would cause a mayfly to snigger.
    • However, as in nectar production, the costs of flower longevity may also be high.
    • Water also charges up joints and promotes longevity by boosting your overall health.
    • Ada has a clear idea of how she has attained such longevity.
    • Environmental conditions such as temperature, light intensity and relative humidity influence pollen longevity.
    • Winning at work no longer means job security but career longevity.
    • He did not have the longevity of career that many boxing writers view necessary.
    • The reason for the longevity of some players is in part due to their ability to adapt quickly to the changing business environment.
    • Why do we furiously invent new technologies to give us the illusion of stability and longevity?
    • Girls Aloud, however, are demonstrating a longevity almost unheard of in their genre.
    • Bacon's interest in comparative longevity also reveals the extent to which youth itself can be tied to substance.
    • Pollen longevity may differ depending on whether male and female receptivity is simultaneous or not.
    • He, too, has longevity on his side.
    • She's seen many changes to society in her life, and thinks her longevity is due to her faith in God.
    • Nevertheless, I found a little article about a new German beer that is being touted to offer longevity!
    • Pollinator activity can affect flower longevity in different ways.
    • Could their longevity be due in part to an extraordinary resistance to cancer and other diseases?
    • In a marketing sense this extra longevity means the rules have changed.
    • Caloric reduction has been under scrutiny for some time as a means to better health and extended longevity.
    • The researchers suspect that the same genes could confer greater longevity and are measuring the animals' survival rate.
    • How does longevity in the United States compare with that of other countries?
    • Despite the longevity of his time at the school, Mr Collings said that the school still feels new to him.
    • A similar trade-off exists between the photosynthesis rate per unit leaf area and leaf longevity.
    • Scientists attribute this remarkable longevity to the shark's superior physiological developments.