Translation of revolution in Spanish:

revolution

revolución, n.

Pronunciation /rɛvəˈluːʃ(ə)n//ˌrɛvəˈluʃ(ə)n/

noun

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    • 1.1Politics

      revolución feminine
      come the revolution cuando venga la revolución
      • My father was adamant that change could not come about without a violent revolution and a proletarian dictatorship.
      • Some of these revolutions were socialist, others capitalist; all were strongly nationalist.
      • In 1848 the British establishment watched in horror as revolution swept across Europe.
      • Immediately after a revolution or a dramatic change of government there are some exuberant examples of patriotic art.
      • All that is required to subvert the revolution is to put a for sale sign up in front of its symbols, at which point it is assimilated.
      • There was enormous economic and social unrest, a weak parliamentary system and the fear of a socialist revolution.
      • I was trying to start a workers' revolution in Glasgow.
      • In 1924, when the Turkish revolution overthrew the Ottomans, the caliphate was abolished.
      • But the Revolution has not yet fulfilled its tasks.
      • By the end of the war, Woodrow Wilson hoped for a liberal revolution in Germany, whereas the Bolsheviks anticipated a socialist revolution.
      • Simultaneous revolutions and uprisings erupted in several countries across Europe.
      • No one is urged to dwell on the fact that the day's fireworks displays are symbolic of an armed revolution against tyranny and colonialism.
      • Louis was now a prisoner of the Revolution and an enemy of the Revolution.
      • Violent revolution to overthrow the capitalist system in favour of complete social justice will follow.
      • They, too, saw a need to keep the Kadets on the side of the Revolution.
      • In 1979 the US-backed dictator in Nicaragua, Antonio Somoza, was overthrown by a popular revolution.
      • Neither of those things would have been any different, had they had a revolution in favour of democratic government instead of communist.
      • They regard the 1917 Russian revolution as merely a capitalist revolution overthrowing feudalism.
      • The workers' revolution would thus usher in a lasting age of genuine Utopia.
      • The Iranian Islamic revolution also must be understood in all its complexity.
      • How can a party whose principles rest on an international workers' revolution advance socialist policies in a bourgeois political system?
      • Here's a new addition to the List of People Who Will Be Up Against the Wall When the Revolution Comes.
      • This was necessitated by the severe economic problems the country faced in the aftermath of the civil war and the defeat of socialist revolutions in Europe.
      • The vortex of wars and revolutions swept away all paper evidence of his education.
      • They also claim to be bringing about a new world order… a revolution of sorts.
      • 23 years later, in 1917, the Russian Revolution inspired other revolutions and uprisings throughout Europe.
      • The 1979 revolution overthrew a vicious dictatorial regime supported by the West.
      • As you've pointed out in many of your articles, the revolution against the capitalist plutocracy is largely a war of words and ideas at this point.
      • So without further ado, grab your hard hat and let the revolution begin!
      • Ikea will be first up against the wall when the Revolution comes, hopefully.
      • Young believers in the Fascist revolution began to turn towards Communism as an alternative.
      • In Cuba, Elián was hailed as the child-hero of the Revolution.
      • The clearest example was in Russia in the successful workers' revolution in 1917.
      • Want to do your bit for the Revolution and stand up for the kids?
      • For an organisation that claims to lead the world revolution, they have nothing.

    • 1.2(radical change)

      revolución feminine
      • The materials revolution led to a dramatic and sudden decrease in the cost of building bridges up to 1000m in span a decade ago, and as a consequence we have seen these new kinds of bridges cropping up everywhere.
      • Infinite Data Storage is now close to starting another technological revolution in digital recording technology.
      • While there may be a few scattered news operations that the revolution has not yet touched, the profession has undergone a technological transformation.
      • The civil rights revolution of the 1960s presents the relevant object lesson.
      • But as in TV, the digital revolution is coming in radio.
      • Identifying the structure of DNA triggered a revolution in biology that is still continuing today.
      • The sexual revolution has swept up young adults in a perilous tailspin.
      • Who are the innovators leading the next tech revolution?
      • After utterly destroying the once thriving Indian textile industry, Britain sparked its own industrial revolution.
      • Most of Ireland missed out on the first industrial revolution of the late eighteenth century.
      • The technological computer telecommunications revolution is equally responsible.
      • The arts and crafts movement began in Britain in reaction to the industrial revolution of the nineteenth century.
      • Rapid technological advances have also fueled the revolution in business affairs.
      • This is also a cultural question, and Nigeria needs as much a revolution in attitudes and thinking as it does in new legislation or new measures.
      • Record companies have finally begun to embrace the digital revolution started by the first incarnation of Napster.
      • The book helped to spark a cultural revolution.
      • The molecular genetics revolution of the 1960s swept up many of the brightest young minds.
      • The tools of the much-hyped communications and information technology revolution bring people closer together and drive them further apart.
      • In the women's game, an even greater revolution of sorts was sprung.
      • A revolution in military affairs suggests a fundamental change in all aspects of warfare.

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    Mechanics Astronomy
    revolución feminine
    45/33 revolutions per minute 45/33 revoluciones por minuto
    • before noun revolution counter cuentarrevoluciones
    • We on Earth get to see the same side of the Moon as its rotational period around its axis and revolution period around the Earth are the same.
    • Krazy Krab attaches numbers to the days, making the world turning on its axis, each revolution, incredibly important.
    • The moon completes its revolution around the earth in exactly 29.5 days, an astronomical phenomenon as certain as the day after night until the day of the Qiyamah.
    • The core of the bowling ball, coupled with the revolutions and rotation one applies, determines where the track is.
    • This can be rounded up to 2.5 years per sign or 30 years for one revolution around the zodiac.
    • The third day concerned the earth's annual motion around the sun, and of course certain phenomena involving both the daily rotation and the annual revolution.
    • Before I do this, I have to revisit science concepts and make sure I understand orbits, rotations, revolutions and seasons.
    • The researchers initiated this process by feeding their rotors with ATP, and saw them revolve under the microscope at around five revolutions per second.
    • So if, for example, W = 2, that means that the diameter of the tube after a single revolution is twice what it was one whorl before.
    • Get the biggest you can afford, with at least 7,200 revolutions per minute.
    • Spinning the sample a million or more revolutions per minute does the job.
    • The Blazer also has a maximum power of 138 horsepower at 5,600 revolutions per minute (rpm).
    • The starter motor spun the crankshaft through a few revolutions, easily resisting the cold, gluey oil that clings to the bearings and cylinder walls.
    • For example, the Hilda asteroids circle the Sun three times for every two revolutions of Jupiter.
    • Since the rotations and revolutions of the moon were different from Earth, an artificial sky, sun, and moon were set up to simulate Earth.
    • Details were recorded of the number of steps taken per minute, the number of hours that the convicts turned the wheel, the height of the steps, the number of revolutions turned in a day, and certain other data.
    • A complete revolution of the earth takes approximately 24 hours.
    • He orders us into his Landrover and we skid across the causeway, the water rising with every revolution of the wheels, splashing above the windscreen.
    • It is important that a vehicle's wheels make a complete revolution, i.e., turn full circle over the material.
    • This almost certainly indicates that Sedna is spinning, completing a revolution every 20 days.
    • For the number of revolutions of the apsis and node of the moon per mahayuga, Aryabhata I proposed 488219 and 232226, respectively.
    • From statistical analysis of 11 pulsars, they concluded that the maximum speed seen in nature must be below 760 revolutions per second.
    • Most millisecond pulsars hover around the 300 revolutions per second mark, and the fastest spinning pulsar ever detected clocked in at 641 rps.
    • The chambers, furthermore, would all move, the lowest completing a revolution once a year, the second once a month, the uppermost once a day.
    • How long does it take the International Space Station to complete a revolution of the earth?
    • He believed that the tides are caused by the periodic reinforcement and opposition of two motions of the Earth - its annual revolution around the sun and its daily rotation on its axis.
    • Each year is still equivalent to the sidereal period of the Earth, one revolution around the Sun.
    • Once it had completed a full revolution (ie moved forward 26 places), it would kick the middle rotor forward one position.
    • Eight years after the transit the Venus would have completed almost exactly 12 full revolutions of the sun.
    • The car is fitted with a six-speed close ratio gearbox but thanks to the high amount of torque developed at low revolutions, the car should be very flexible.
    • I was amazing to see a stadium wave last two complete revolutions.
    • After completing a number of revolutions, the carousel began to slow and came to a stop.
    • In theory, pulsars could remain intact at speeds as high as 1,000 to 3,000 revolutions per second.
    • My stomach dropped out from underneath me more than once as we were thrown up in the air and even completed a full revolution.
    • When you have a hamster in your head than runs on its wheel at 300 revolutions a second, you certainly don't have to plan your stand-up act.
    • In initial tests, some of the biomolecular motors spun their propellers for more than two hours, at eight revolutions per second.
    • Later the revolution of the planet Jupiter was also used in Hindu astronomy.
    • AFT's Bob Brooks noted that with a standard hat, the rpm of the engine at the track's top end is 300 revolutions faster than the driveshaft.
    • It stayed in orbit around the Moon for 20 hours, and made ten revolutions of our only satellite.
    • I was able to complete a few tumbling revolutions before collapsing into a skidding heap.