Translation of pivotal in Spanish:


capital, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈpɪvədl//ˈpɪvətl/


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    • She had a pivotal scene the next day and he wanted her well rested.
    • Both men were pivotal figures in the golden age of the Hollywood studio system.
    • Which is why today's trip to Aberdeen could prove pivotal come the end of the season.
    • He's not cited a single instance in which the Patriot Act has proved pivotal in averting terrorism.
    • We golfers, on the other hand, enjoy a year-round sport in which the knees play a crucial, if not pivotal, role.
    • One of his offseason moves will play a pivotal role in determining his early success.
    • Highlighted information helps to emphasise important issues or pivotal points in a developing argument.
    • The Rutherford Lab lecture turned out to be a pivotal event in theoretical physics.
    • We want it to play that pivotal role.
    • In this situation the role of the Communist Party has become pivotal.
    • The home-field advantage has proved pivotal in at least one direct match-up.
    • The even more pivotal figure Tony Blair will have to wrestle with is himself.
    • The media play a pivotal role in shaping American perceptions of events in Korea.
    • The heroic performance of Ben and his twin brother Jerry was absolutely pivotal to that success.
    • Before retiring in 1990, he was at the forefront of some of file most pivotal moments in American history.
    • Bennett is a potentially pivotal figure in the offense.
    • The point behind today's post is that customer service is pivotal to the success of any business.
    • Nobody does so much, so often in so pivotal a position.
    • Researchers claim the findings could be pivotal in developing anti-bullying strategies in Scottish schools.
    • The work of Russell Bishop on the role of the teacher is absolutely pivotal.