Translation of periphery in Spanish:


periferia, n.

Pronunciation /pəˈrɪf(ə)ri//pəˈrɪf(ə)ri/

nounPlural peripheries


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    (of city) periferia feminine
    (of society) margen masculine
    • By contrast Italian churches had tended to confine tomb monuments to the peripheries, with the wall tomb the most prestigious form of church burial.
    • Poised on the western periphery of Europe, Portugal has always been on the edge, looking outwards.
    • Most part-time positions are located in the periphery of the organization.
    • We and the cinema must first conquer the DVD as a medium which serves the furthest peripheries of image production as much as the centre, the dissidents as much as the mainstream.
    • But with respect, you are at the periphery; I would not say the margin, but you are at the periphery of that debate.
    • In sum, the prefect was the indispensable link between the centre and the periphery.
    • Hotels on the city's periphery also have significant lettings.
    • As the economic and social crisis mounted, democracy was confined, remarkably quickly, to the peripheries of European civilization.
    • The distribution of soil pressure normal to the culvert periphery is plotted against the central angle in Figure 7.
    • One morning, a village on the periphery of a city wakes up to find itself bifurcated by the construction of a National Highway.
    • Is speech that advocates violence at the center of the First Amendment, or at its periphery?
    • The center may need to pay attention to the periphery and accept its influence simply in order to survive.
    • As its power of attraction increases, the center becomes more ignorant of the periphery.
    • Note the formation of multiple hairs located at the cell periphery.
    • In town, the word referred to those who illegally took possession of land on the urban peripheries.
    • From a sport that existed on the periphery of Irish consciousness his name entered the mainstream.
    • The ward is no longer on the periphery of the town.
    • On the periphery of the print, I can see the living room décor as it used to be.
    • If she sees me in the periphery of her vision, I'm screwed.
    • The emphatic verticals of sheet metal piling mark out the eastern and northern peripheries of the car park.
    • Concrete public housing projects evoke their counterparts elsewhere and shanty towns exist on the urban periphery.
    • Briefly, the initially adsorbed liposomes seemed to collapse from the outer periphery toward the center of the liposome.
    • In later use, the country's name indicates its location on the northern periphery of Europe.
    • The base plate may include flanges disposed along the outer periphery of the base plate.
    • The modern state thus emerged on the periphery of a dynamic area of economic growth.
    • New housing developments dot the city's periphery.
    • The rotor includes a ring magnetic mounted to an outer periphery thereof.
    • The underdevelopment of the periphery is a condition of the development of the center.
    • In order to arrive at new prisms of analysis, we need to further de-center the West itself and look at what once were considered peripheries as centers in their own right, with their own capacity for creating history.
    • For all his party loyalty, he found himself increasingly marginalized in union work, pushed to the peripheries, and hung out to take the flack when things fell apart.
    • On the positive side it has assisted in moving issues about ageing from the periphery to the centre of political debate.
    • Moreover, attacks on Victorianism could come from the periphery as well as the centre.
    • But there is, in many of its aspects, a confrontational bluntness that ensures relegation to the peripheries.
    • Vimentin filaments are more prevalent in the central regions of the cell than in the cell periphery.
    • On the periphery of my hearing, I caught a high pitched keening sound - the sonic pulse.
    • By definition, the lesions are in the lung periphery and therefore rarely present with hemoptysis or signs of infection.