Translation of preeminence in Spanish:

preeminence

preeminencia, n.

Pronunciation /priːˈɛmɪnəns//priˈɛmənəns/

noun

formal

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    preeminencia feminine
    a position of preeminence un lugar preeminente / destacado
    • In past single-party eras, the majority party earned its preeminence with broad popular support.
    • Mach, like Ostwald, also denied the pre-eminence of mechanical explanation.
    • But he came comparatively late to the profession where he attained such pre-eminence.
    • It is a local pre-eminence that has been achieved with a style of football that won as many plaudits as points.
    • It flourished until the last quarter of the 18th century, when neoclassicism gained preeminence in Latin America.
    • Even today, in the modern world, India retains its position of pre-eminence in spiritual leadership.
    • The city ought to try to regain its preeminence in retailing by letting the big boxes in.
    • The close of the twentieth century probably heralded the end of gold's lustrous pre-eminence.
    • By 1860, Virginia's former preeminence in coal production had vanished.
    • The big supermarket chains claim that they have achieved their pre-eminence in Britain by providing people with what they want.
    • The double standard may be disputed by a few of these individuals, but not the preeminence of physical appeal.
    • The county owed its distinctiveness and pre-eminence largely to one man, St Cuthbert.
    • Even more remarkable is the size of the American military preeminence.
    • He alone has the pre-eminence.
    • Still, broadcasters aren't ready to cede long-form pre-eminence to cable just yet.
    • He came to understand if he pushed himself hard enough, he could eventually exert his physical preeminence.
    • He scored eight of Brazil's 18 goals to reassert his global pre-eminence on the most celebrated stage of all.
    • Defense officials and pundits alike have elevated this concept to preeminence in the discourse on future military structure.
    • Proponents say a package of tax breaks and research grants will help attract scientists and new companies to the state, preserving its preeminence in the field.
    • The pre-eminence of gold was helped by the discovery of gold in California, Canada, Alaska, Australia, and South Africa in the nineteenth century.