Translation of proponent in Spanish:


defensor, n.

Pronunciation /prəˈpoʊnənt//prəˈpəʊnənt/


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    defensor masculine
    defensora feminine
    • This much would be accepted by most, if not all, proponents of coherence theories.
    • He took on proponents of women's equality by arguing that woman is not man's equal but his complement.
    • That is what the supporters and proponents of the bill require, and it needs to proceed.
    • The most obvious lesson of course applies to proponents of biological control.
    • Of course slavery and its proponents represent utter evil in the novel.
    • It is still too early to know who might join the proponents by filing a friend of the Court amicus brief.
    • As long as there are strong proponents of each protocol, there is a market for both.
    • This may come as a surprise to both proponents and critics of Sweden's high-tax society.
    • Firstly, the foundations on which it rests are not as secure as some of its proponents would have us believe.
    • These three lines of legal argument are generally linked by their proponents in human rights advocacy.
    • First, proponents want us to believe that it will affect only a small number of people.
    • As both critics and proponents of devolution have pointed out, devolution is a process not an event.
    • He is of course one of the chief proponents of the libertarian view.
    • This is something that the proponents of ‘strong’ copyright would dearly love to stamp out.
    • As soon as proponents demonstrate that one concern is misplaced their opponents come up with another one.
    • Its proponents believe that if you throw enough muck some of it will stick.
    • What's more, privatization proponents ignore the fact that bear markets can last a long time.
    • It is the recognition of this that has further compelled the proponents of cosmopolitan democracy to set out their case.
    • But they were sceptical of the promises made by the proponents of the technology.
    • Its proponents claim it's a difficult but liberating discipline, which can take years to learn.