Translation of proportional in Spanish:

proportional

proporcional, adj.

Pronunciation: /prəˈpɔːʃ(ə)n(ə)l//prəˈpɔrʃ(ə)n(ə)l/

adjective

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    proporcional
    to be proportional to sth ser proporcional a algo
    • We may find that the numbers of collectors are proportional to modern population size or we may not.
    • The amount of injury is proportional to the duration and severity of the ischemia.
    • The amount of tiles left out will be proportional to the size of the tile.
    • The effects of these gases were directly proportional to the amount inhaled by the soldier.
    • This shows countries drawn as geometric blocks whose size is proportional to the nation's total GDP.
    • History has shown that such groups will have voluntary, or involuntary, leaks proportional to the size of the group.
    • The circle sizes are proportional to the numbers of molecules they represent.
    • Their ability to do so was assumed to be proportional to the size of their landholdings.
    • I think the amount they complain is directly proportional to the amount of money they make.
    • The stress generated by a situation seems to be inversely proportional to the amount of control you have over it.
    • These odds are inversely proportional to the amount of your insurance payment.
    • Swords and knives, especially, were made to be directly proportional to the size of the user.
    • The intensity of the fluorescence is proportional to the amount of product being made.
    • As such the amount paid in fees, proportional to the amount under management, has continued to increase.
    • Regardless of the particular model, the dollar impacts are small and roughly proportional to income.
    • Broadly speaking biodiversity is proportional to the amount of area that you can develop it in.
    • And it's got to be roughly proportional and roughly balanced, or else it breaks down.
    • The amounts produced are proportional to the size of the gland, whether this is increased benignly or by prostate cancer.
    • Thus, the magnitude of the Effect is proportional to the size of the population that causes it.
    • The amount produced is proportional to the cooking time and accumulates with a second and subsequent heating.