Translation of outgrowth in Spanish:


brote, n.

Pronunciation /ˈaʊtɡrəʊθ//ˈaʊtˌɡroʊθ/


  • 1

    brote masculine
    • The tissue forming the outgrowths had the appearance of valve tissue, except at the tip, where it did not resemble any floral tissue.
    • Root hairs are highly polarized outgrowths that arise from swellings that form at the apical (root tip) end of root epidermal cells.
    • It's the most energetic part of the body which is physically working all the time and it's also an outgrowth of the brain.
    • Concentric growth lines or lamellar outgrowths of shell distinguish some genera, such as Atrypa.
    • The retina forms as an outgrowth of the embryonic brain, and is strictly part of the central nervous system.
    • Your vertebrae begin to grow together, forming vertical bony outgrowths and becoming stiff and inflexible.
    • The seeds are attached to a durable fruit casing by a cord with a fleshy outgrowth, or aril, at its base that bats find appetizing.
    • The cotyledons then appear as outgrowths from the flattened top surface.
    • Begun in 1972 as an outgrowth of the chapel of the same name, the school runs from kindergarten through twelfth grade and enrolls about 100 students.
  • 2

    producto masculine
    • There is not much of a case for this, except that basketball is played indoors on a manmade surface and is of its own invention rather than an outgrowth of another sport.
    • It's due to a gap in leadership and talent at many agencies, perhaps an outgrowth of a brain drain caused by the last recession.
    • The new county leadership expresses a vision for economic development that sees job creation as the natural outgrowth of business development.
    • The study of normative political thought and the history of political thought is not an outgrowth of the same social-scientific turn as the other sub-disciplines in the field.
    • My interest is an outgrowth of over twenty years of research on expansion of the Earth.
    • The characters are very personal, sort of outgrowths of my own experiences, and obviously based on people I've come into contact with, one way or another.
    • The emergence of free agent workers can be seen as a natural outgrowth of changing concepts about careers and career development.
    • Although maybe this is simply an outgrowth of the semi-obsessive logorrhea of writers, where they feel they know their work best and can't help but respond.
    • Then there was the equally intriguing suggestion that what happened was simply a grotesque outgrowth of things which happen all the time in some small businesses.
    • I documented an outgrowth of the mentality thus displayed earlier.
    • This problem becomes magnified when you consider the rate at which these ad-hoc data sources are appearing, an outgrowth of the data explosion.
    • ‘Rather than adhering to a set form and a limited range of gestures, as in ballet, the dancer creates form as an outgrowth of his or her own communicative impulses,’ the dance school says.
    • It is an outgrowth of modern problem solving: a system for living.
    • It was founded in London in the 1860s as an outgrowth of Methodism, a sort of militant form of Methodism which had a strong sense of social justice.
    • This, her fourth volume of poetry, has been described as ‘organic outgrowths of a life encompassing both Ireland and Australia.’
    • First of all, the discovery that germs cause infection was an outgrowth of Pasteur's studies demonstrating that germs cause putrefaction of animal and vegetable material outside the body.
    • A sixth test result - loop length approximation - is a natural outgrowth of the previous five tests.
    • This latest work appears to be an outgrowth of her previous collaboration with researchers to use a gel as a scaffolding for the growth of cartilage.
    • ‘It's an outgrowth of the idea that somehow it's exciting to be on camera, that our lives become interesting and more real when they're on camera,’ she said.
    • When you were younger, did you have any ambitions to appear in movies, or did that just happen as an outgrowth of your comedy dream?
  • 3

    (act, process)
    brote masculine
    • In 1879, Uskoff noted that isolated white blood cells displayed greater outgrowth of processes during microscopic examination with red light compared with violet-blue light.
    • The phenotypic analysis of fru mutant embryos along with fru's temporal and spatial expression pattern suggests that the fru gene functions during axonal outgrowth.
    • The smaller, more distal foramen formed through a similar course of differential outgrowth and fusion.
    • The balayage technique provides ultimate control over color application and allows for less outgrowth and more contrast in the hair.
    • Angiogenesis, a process by which new blood vessels sprout from existing one, is a prerequisite for outgrowth and metastasis of tumour.