Translation of reproduction in Spanish:

reproduction

reproducción, n.

Pronunciation /ˌriprəˈdəkʃ(ə)n//riːprəˈdʌkʃ(ə)n/

noun

  • 1

    Biology
    reproducción feminine
    • The limited data available indicate that vitamin A levels considered optimal for other functions such as reproduction and health will support high levels of milk production.
    • Breeding gilts after they attain physical and body compositional maturity will help to ensure that they will have sufficient body nutrient stores to meet the metabolic challenges of reproduction.
    • When that course entails the social regulation of her sexual life in reproduction, the young woman's entry into intellectual life will necessarily be seen as transgressive.
    • In nature clones are found in organisms capable of asexual reproduction, that is, in certain plants and bacteria.
    • Freud's name invokes a world to a large extent determined by sexuality and reproduction, and a world of psychological miseries locked up in childhood or passed down from parents and ancestors.
    • This phenomenon can also be observed in the sexual revolution, where reproduction was removed from sex, ultimately resulting in the liberation from sex itself.
    • She attributes this, at least in part, to a rural acceptance of natural processes of birth, reproduction, death and decay.
    • It's interesting that if only one larva penetrates a snail, it can multiply into tens of thousands of larvae through asexual reproduction.
    • Bovine reproductive diseases and conditions result in economic losses caused by decreased production and delayed reproduction as well as increased treatment and preventative measurement costs.
    • The Duke's attempt to regulate sexual behaviour and reproduction is inspired less by religion than by fear of the consequences unrestricted fornication would have for the political and social order.
    • But Farnsworth's usual sense of humor, while not entirely absent, gave way here to a more somber aura of serious contemplation as she explored feminine desire for biological reproduction.
    • Engendering in intimacy is not confined to biological reproduction or economic production.
    • Ectoplasmic production seems to overcome the medium, as if internal systems, such as respiration, reproduction, and digestion, are forcing excretions out of the body's orifices.
    • In Oreo, the cultures of old worlds are destroyed or remixed in the making of Americans, as the impure offspring ultimately chooses between reproduction or extinction of the patrilineal heritage.
    • The study of dietary effects on reproduction could help lead to year-round production of beneficial insects and their eggs.
    • As the quotation marks indicate, transcendence in these terms would not be Christian transcendence, nor would fecundity be synonymous with biological reproduction.
    • There is much speculation but little direct evidence for a specific role of secondary metabolites in the growth and reproduction of the organisms that produce them.
    • Vitamins are essential nutrients that affect economically important performance traits of dairy cows, including milk production, reproduction, and udder health.
    • Therefore Foucault is concerned with issues like health, sexuality and reproduction and how these relate to the administration of management of populations.
    • By the early decades of the nineteenth century, Levy explains, consistent pressure on women's reading habits had caused cultural and biological reproduction to become intertwined.
  • 2

    • 2.1(copying)

      reproducción feminine
      sound reproduction reproducción del sonido
      • Benjamin asked questions about the continued value of art and of individual genius in an age when mechanical reproduction was becoming increasingly accurate and widely available.
      • The transfer is amazing, with perfect color reproduction.
      • The color reproduction is accurate, and the cinematography does a wonderful job of capturing the various points in the journey.
      • No longer are the costs of color reproduction prohibitive.
      • People often say painting died in the modern world, that the age of mechanical reproduction made it a relic, of value only to conservative fetishists of fine art.
      • Color reproduction is bright and realistic, without bleed or muddiness.
      • If the marginal cost of reproduction of a digital good is near zero, that means almost everyone should have it for almost no charge.
      • This will be more comprehensive including latest trends in layout and design which will take participants through the entire process from the drawing board to the phase were the publication is ready for reproduction and printing.
      • For one thing, there is the concern that some visitors might mistake the color reproduction for an original and thus be confused or even cheated as paying clients.
      • The only photograph taken was by Sinn Fein's PR officer, who had control of its subsequent reproduction and distribution.
      • Broad reach, favorable demos, zoning capabilities, improved color reproduction, and streamlined ordering and billing are just a few.
      • It looks back to the pre-industrial even as it embraces modern mechanical reproduction.
      • The video is very good, with a small amount of dirt on the print and good reproduction of color and black levels.
      • The color reproduction seems all right, but it's hard to tell since the entire palette consists of browns and grays (with the occasional spurt of red).
      • So much so that nowadays any deficiency in colour reproduction is far more likely to be a consequence of faulty photography (or badly stored photographs) than of careless printing.
      • Technological advances have been slow, she says, particularly when it comes to color reproduction.
      • Philosophically, the term suggests an organic wholeness in stark opposition to the age of mechanical reproduction.
      • If no single system or solution works best, it is time, in this age of digital reproduction, to revisit the options for original collections.
      • Intentional color issues aside, this is a great transfer of a low-budget movie, with apparently faithful color reproduction and no grain or edge enhancement to detract from the picture.
      • First, the costs of reproduction are subsidised by the state, meaning that employers do not have to consider increasing wages in order to ensure that their female employees can afford childcare.

    • 2.2(copied article)

      reproducción feminine
      before noun reproduction furniture muebles de reproducción masculine
      • The CD sleeve sports reproductions of Ivo's paintings.
      • The pages are richly illustrated with old photographs, reproductions of paintings, engravings and sketches - all in black and white.
      • Less than 200 pages long, the book is peppered with monochromatic reproductions of old photographs and John's paintings, drawings and jottings.
      • These photographic reproductions of paintings, backed by aluminum and preserved under Plexiglas, sell in multiples.
      • Contemporary reproductions of vintage photographs don't qualify as vintage prints.
      • For the part of the decorative border not available she substituted full-color photographic reproductions set into place on the floor.
      • An easily-found Easter egg reveals a nice collection of poster reproductions and production artwork.
      • Fastened to the wall around the mirror are copies and reproductions of works of art by Poussin, Le Sueur, Rembrandt and others.
      • As for the fidelity of the reproductions, Roe said the prints have even fooled auction house experts.
      • The best-quality reproductions come from lithographic prints, which contain blocks of solid color.
      • Both are fully illustrated, but Hofmann's lavish reproductions, in larger format and often with details enlarged still further, are the most useful.
      • The paintings themselves were generally not for sale, but reproductions of them sold in vast quantities.
      • As a result, photographic reproductions have come to mediate the experience of the ‘authentic’ Ise.
      • Many galleries also sell art prints and reproductions, which are often are purchased wholesale from…
      • These sheets then had reproductions of his works printed on them and were sold to the gullible as ‘limited edition’ original prints.
      • To mark the occasion, Harley released a limited number of licensed print and sculpture reproductions while keeping the originals.
      • Sales of reproductions of the image have generated funds to benefit veterans, their families and their communities.
      • If you want to have an original piece of art for a reasonable price and want to decorate your home with it, then go for late prints and reproductions.
      • Museum Print Editions is currently working on portfolios of reproductions from other museums.
      • These he mixed with reproductions of old group portraits, of militias and the governors and governesses of charitable institutions.