Translation of reconstruction in Spanish:

reconstruction

reconstrucción, n.

Pronunciation /ˌrikənˈstrəkʃ(ə)n//riːkənˈstrʌkʃn/

noun

  • 1

    (rebuilding)
    reconstrucción feminine
    • That is the greatest impediment to the political and economic reconstruction of the country.
    • As the city entered the 1980s, it began to embark on a large-scale process of urban reconstruction.
    • To this must be added the cost of the ongoing, even if limited, process of reconstruction.
    • Once the monetary settlement is received, property owners can begin the process of reconstruction.
    • The grant is not only timely but it comes at a critical time when the country is grappling with the economic reconstruction programme.
    • Emerging from the war physically devastated, Europe began a process of both economic and political reconstruction.
    • Yet the slow process of reconstruction, following the ravages of a diamond-fuelled civil war, continues.
    • There should also be an appraisal of Britain's role in the post-war, reconstruction process.
    • The Bali government has set aside special funds for the reconstruction of the area damaged in the bombing.
    • This is a serious problem which impedes the process of reconstruction.
    • It really brought home to me how the relief effort and the process of reconstruction must go hand in hand.
    • Women were indispensable in this many-sided economic and social reconstruction.
    • After the war, capital and labor must be expended in reconstruction and repair.
    • The same drive is apparent in the process of reconstruction.
    • The reconstruction process has strongly affected the position and morale of local residents.
    • The process of reconstruction was so immense that all countries struggled to cope.
    • It was astonishing to hear how the process of reconstruction had already begun by the morning after the attacks.
    • The reconstruction of Rousse railway station is to cost nine million leva.
    • Plans for how the civil administration of the country would work were vague, as were those for its economic reconstruction.
    • The worst hit areas are now engaged in the biggest post-catastrophe reconstruction programme since the Second World War.
  • 2Reconstruction

    período, de 1865 a 1877, durante el cual se llevó a cabo la integración de los estados Sudistas con la Unión
  • 3

    (re-creation)
    reconstitución feminine
    the police staged a reconstruction of the crime la policía efectuó una reconstitución del delito