Translation of resultant in Spanish:


resultante, n.

Pronunciation /rɪˈzʌlt(ə)nt//rəˈzəltnt/


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    resultante feminine
    • The contrast between resultants, like the weight of a macroscopic object, and emergents, like an object's colour, seems intuitive enough; but on examination, it is very hard to make precise.
    • He proved various results on resultants including what is essentially Cramer's rule.
    • Measurements may be made, very crudely, by measuring the dips of the resultants of the primary and secondary magnetic fields or in more sophisticated ways by measuring amplitudes and phases of various field components.
    • In Commons's work two opposing resultants of underlying, real economic forces do not impersonally, mechanistically interact and come into static equilibrium.


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    • Imports outweighed exports, and resultant trade deficits weakened states already in a downward economic spiral.
    • After being shaken in their containers, these intriguing objects' resultant relationships are interpreted by the diviner.
    • His youngish stepmother, Joyce, volunteers to baby-sit gratis in view of his straitened circumstances and her recent widowing and resultant loneliness.
    • Neither this study's gestalt approach nor the daunting task of comprehending resultant findings need dilute its intended contributions.
    • Taking into account the probability of active faults and resultant ground movement, Californian engineers had elaborated fault-tolerant design standards for nuclear reactors.
    • Whilst industrialisation brought a number of dramatic changes and opportunities, insecurity and the resultant downwards spiral into poverty remained a deeply entrenched continuity.
    • Yet, formative experiences and the resultant attitudes, sensibilities, hot buttons and cultural reference points can vary for members at either end of the generational spectrum.
    • When a field is not tilled, the decomposition and resultant release of carbon dioxide is vastly slowed.
    • Our psychology must therefore take account not only of the conditions antecedent to mental states, but of their resultant consequences as well.
    • Harsh words followed, and the resultant disagreement is still not resolved.
    • The engineers found that the original structural design helped arrest the progression of collapse and resultant loss of life.
    • Some might argue that, if households borrow from other households, the resultant growth in aggregate debt may not matter, as all the credits and debits ‘cancel out’.
    • Interviews with forty-six selected citizens were taped and since the resultant two million words were edited down to one hundred and fifty thousand there has been a good deal of literary shaping.
    • Pre-crisis, during the regional economic boom of the early to mid-nineties and the resultant growth in tourism demand, one of the most attractive property assets in Asia was a hotel.
    • I don't think this color could be captured anyway other than by one's vision, for the light and resultant color are not mechanical.
    • Britain's biggest advantage over its rivals in the naval arms race was the greater size of its merchant marine and resultant pool of trained seamen.
    • The surface weather which is experienced is but an indicator of the considerable flux and resultant turbulence which occurs in the range of atmosphere from the surface to high above.
    • Mr Bowa said both the participating outlets and consumers stood to benefit from the scheme in terms of the resultant increases in sales and affordability of the products.
    • And if you tax consumption with indirect taxation, taxes often pyramid, with resultant price increases of a regressive nature.
    • A natural result of this growth is a resultant increase in the desire and need for computers to communicate with each other.