Translation of precondition in Spanish:

precondition

condición previa, n.

Pronunciation: /priːkənˈdɪʃ(ə)n//ˌprikənˈdɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

  • 1

    condición previa feminine
    • The first thing clergy can do is to make premarital education a necessary precondition for officiating at a couple's ceremony.
    • A belief in it is not only not naïve; it is the essential precondition for civilized society, and our best defense against the arbitrary use of power.
    • This is not because order is not a necessary precondition for teaching and learning; rather it is because there are several other factors that must be addressed in order to improve the quality of education.
    • According to Ahiakpor, Keynes's greatest error was not understanding that production is a necessary precondition for consumption.
    • Although financial development is not a sufficient condition to strengthen economic growth, it is a necessary condition and hence a precondition for high economic growth.
    • For instance, liberals in the 18th century advocated more religious freedom but not the right to be an atheist, because a belief in God was seen as a necessary precondition for social life.
    • Fast Internet access is an essential precondition for economic modernisation and it needs to be available throughout New Zealand, so that our rural industries can benefit from it along with our cities.
    • The necessary precondition for a functioning democracy is not just minimal outright poverty, but a reasonable degree of similarity between the life and life prospects of the citizens.
    • Liking the name was not the only reason for adopting it, just a necessary precondition for doing so.
    • At the top of his to-do list is stabilizing the Philadelphia school district's chronically unstable finances, which he describes as the essential precondition for all other reforms.
    • This was a necessary precondition for attacking the power of the drug barons, who controlled extensive areas of the country and whose illegal exports of drugs yielded more capital than the export of coffee.
    • These analyses are targeted toward locating a job opening, which is a necessary precondition for negotiating the terms of a subsequent job offer.
    • Recall that an essential precondition for exchange is a mutual perception of fairness.
    • Surely a necessary precondition for women participating equally in the structures of power is them actually wanting to do so?
    • Nothing else will destroy or even greatly weaken the power of the current educational establishment - a necessary precondition for radical improvement in our educational system.
    • No longer content with surface vision, Janie is learning to ‘look further,’ a necessary precondition for finding an expressive voice.
    • There are several reasons for the prevalence of the dowry system, but the main one is that it is a necessary precondition for marriage.
    • Similarly, Bertha's punishment of Rochester by burning his house and causing his injuries is the necessary precondition for his repentance and reform.
    • It would appear to us that a concern for the fate of humanity - including how and under what physical and mental conditions masses of people live - must be a precondition for advanced art today.