Translation of purview in Spanish:


ámbito, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpəːvjuː//ˈpərˌvju/



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    ámbito masculine
    to lie outside/come within the purview of sth estar fuera/dentro del ámbito de algo
    • It is not within the purview of the legal system to help us grieve.
    • One system did not handle what fell within the purview of the other.
    • Once he does that, their behaviours no longer fall under the purview of evolutionary theory, as it is not generally concerned with pathology.
    • If Westminster MPs only talked about issues that fell within the legal purview of the House of Commons they would have some extraordinarily truncated discussions.
    • Why would it not be within the purview of trade policy to say, yes, we're going to make a determination about what kind of country we want this to be.
    • We're not focused on cancer, teeth, or anything that is specifically within the purview of a sister institute.
    • In Australia, both roles remain within the nursing purview.
    • In general, the quest for sexual fulfillment lay within the purview of men, from whom vigorous sexual activity was anticipated as soon as maturity had been attained.
    • As a result of these developments, the number of countries within the purview of the IMF increased once again, so that by 2002 it had 183 member states.
    • Calving percentage, clearly a variable within the purview of management, was the only variable significant in all three models.
    • Only the state of the sanity of the defendant's mind mattered, and that was the purview of men with education and experience.
    • So whether it's done in Guantanamo or somewhere else, it needs to be done and it should be under the purview of the Pentagon with oversight from outside.
    • Now we're getting people who are reviewing up to a dozen applications, not in their area of speciality but in, what you might say, their wider purview of experience.
    • That is why we view with concern a proposal to partially exempt NSW politicians from the purview of the state's anti-corruption watchdog.
    • Consequently, the detailed composition of clinical work is regarded as something that lies solely within the purview of the clinicians immediately involved.
    • Every human action takes place within the purview of moral judgment.
    • It seems to me that this action is inappropriate and not within the purview of the school's obligations and responsibility.
    • The selection of people to be placed under observation is entirely within the purview of the investigating police officers.
    • Tours are typically arranged between the boards of the countries involved and do not really come under its purview, except perhaps as a facilitator.
    • Important spheres of local public life fell outside of the purview of most scholarly narratives.
    • Whatever additional value they may have as companions, from this perspective, is beyond the purview of the law to address.
    • As far as the question of double-dipping is concerned, that is within the purview of the Minister to answer, and the Minister can comment on that part.
    • The curious thing, in the setting of the Regulations Review Committee, is that not all subordinate legislation is within the purview of the committee.
    • One is that ‘every human action takes place within the purview of moral judgment.’
    • The question of awards and damages should be the purview of state legislators.
    • But I don't think it's within the purview of the commission to get into that.
    • It was not pressed with any force by Mr Blades, and is not within the purview of Boyd's leave to appeal granted by us.
    • Clearly, regulation of the truthfulness of such statements is properly within the purview of government regulation.
    • The film points out that these novels were written by a man who had never been to America, and links Hitler to him as also a man who had no experience of cultures outside his purview.