Translation of study in Spanish:

study

estudio, n.

Pronunciation /ˈstədi//ˈstʌdi/

noun

  • 1

    (act, process of learning)
    estudio masculine
    our days are spent in study and meditation dedicamos nuestro tiempo al estudio y la meditación
    • animal behavior is a fascinating study el estudio del comportamiento animal es fascinante
    • study guide manual de estudio
    • study tour viaje de estudio
    • You would still have to do stuff like maths, even if that wasn't the area of study you were interested in.
    • Do you feel your parents would have rather had you pursue your studies in college?
    • This study focused on an entering cohort of students in their first semester of study.
    • Their only opportunity to pursue college studies was outside Shanghai.
    • With the focus of my art studies on sculpture, I learned that the environment where the art lives is vital.
    • She won scholarships to continue her studies in London at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
    • From classical piano at an early age, her interests developed through studies in Celtic Harp and percussion.
    • The curriculum can be completed in three years of full time study, including summers.
    • The growth of Australian history as an area of academic study led to the establishment of a range of professional associations.
    • It involves academic study as well as a gruelling daily round of training and matches across the States.
    • After a year away from his own musical studies, he was ready to return to school.
    • Training takes three years during peace time, as academic study is included in the first two years, which are spent on the island Cruxia.
    • As well as the coveted title she also received a BBC Young Musician Travel Award to promote her musical studies.
    • Most studies of Sienese art focus on the early trecento.
    • The unintended consequences have already been the subject of much study in many books.
    • He intends to continue his musical studies after Year 12 with a Bachelor of Music degree.
    • It became clear that he had been poisoned while flying on Garuda Airlines to the Netherlands where he had received a scholarship to pursue his studies.
    • The e-learning programme allowed them to continue their studies without the commitment of a residential course, he said.
    • Group Awards can be completed during a year of full-time study or over a longer period of time.
    • He did come to hear his son give a recital on one occasion, and he provided him with a new piano after he finished his music studies.
    • Combining economics study with related areas in a business or commerce degree curriculum is also a good strategy.
    • Aureli is in her last year of study at a high school where she is specializing in marketing for tourism.
    • The point of in depth study is that one acquires skills, rather than knowledge, which are potentially applicable to a very wide range of jobs.
    • Within a year he had a scholarship to continue his studies at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Center.
    • If it's a midweek trip, inform the teacher and ask for a curriculum of study while away.
    • The effect of family changes on children's academic success is a new subject for study.
    • As he got older, he retreated from the public eye, spent his days in quiet solitary devotion and scholarly study.
    • Bill Danforth set out on a career based on study, teaching, and service in academic medicine.
    • You will continue your grade level study at a local school and there won't be any trouble.
    • To prepare new nurses, we need teachers for formal study or for orientation and certification.
    • Their oldest daughter is about to graduate from high school and hopes to continue her studies in higher education.
    • No doubt you were excited about your musical studies and soaked up as much knowledge possible.
    • A variety of studies has linked active music participation with better performance in school.
    • Breda has also recently been employed to work in Kill Post Office, which allows her to focus more time on her studies and evening classes.
    • She returned on her aunt's death at the end of the year to Haworth, where she spent the rest of her life, and continued to pursue her studies of German and music.
    • The program is accredited and graduates can begin or continue study towards a college degree.
    • I won a two year Government of India Scholarship for continued studies in Bharata Natyam.
    • If you qualify, your employer must give you time off for study or training during working hours.
    • The minister added that his country would offer scholarships to Indian students pursuing higher studies in the IT sector.
    • To meet those challenges, scholars must be proficient in more than one area of study.
  • 2studies plural

    • 2.1(work of student)

      estudios masculine

    • 2.2(academic discipline)

      Spanish studies lengua y civilización españolas feminine
      • they do media/environmental studies at school estudian los medios de comunicación/los problemas del medio ambiente en el colegio

  • 3

    (room)
    estudio masculine
    • The city of Toronto was his backyard, and in many instances his living room, study, kitchen and bathroom as well.
    • Lisa slipped while getting up from her en-suite toilet in her study room in a new block at James College.
    • The glass she was leaning on was long enough to be in two rooms, the kitchen and the living room with the study.
    • The house also includes a drawing room, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, five bedrooms and a study.
    • I use one of my rooms as my study and office, though one of our problems is having too many books.
    • Inside, there are six bedrooms, three bathrooms, a breakfast style kitchen, a study and a utility room.
    • We penetrated into a vast, dim-lit room, a cross between a study and a living room.
    • Inside, there are two reception rooms, two bathrooms, a study, kitchen and walk-in hot press.
    • All the bedrooms and studies and sitting rooms were of Chinese style while the dining rooms, lounges and bathrooms were Western.
    • There were three bedrooms, an upstairs and downstairs, a kitchen, a living room and a study.
    • Just off the kitchen is another room which could be used as a study or family room.
    • The first reception room, a study, is to the left of the hall and includes a bay window and maple floor.
    • It has a dining area overlooked by a gallery study, living room, kitchen, utility room, three bedrooms and a bathroom.
    • Have it matted and framed and hang it on the wall of your study or living room.
    • This room adjoins a study which could also be used as a library or gym.
    • The property consists of a kitchen, utility, sitting room, study, five bedrooms and a bathroom.
    • In most homes, it makes sense that any formal dining room has the dual function of a quiet study or reading room.
    • I have put in an urgent request to get rid of the carpet in the study and dining room.
    • He proceeded out of the study to the living room, where the girls were waiting for their dates to arrive.
    • There are two reception rooms, a study, kitchen, utility room, five bedrooms and three bathrooms.
  • 4

    • 4.1(investigation, examination)

      estudio masculine
      investigación feminine
      to carry out / conduct a study llevar a cabo / realizar un estudio / una investigación
      • to make a study of sth estudiar / investigar algo
      • to be under study estar en estudio
      • The study of art history in a Ph.D. program took up the better part of the next 15 years.
      • People should place more reliance on animal studies than lab-based experiments on cells, he says.
      • Jeff Konigsberg had been working in his studio on a diagrammatic wall piece based on structural studies of the space.
      • His work includes historical and international comparative studies of education policy.
      • But other studies show you can develop a tolerance to caffeine so that it doesn't affect your blood pressure.
      • Our previous studies developed a maximum likelihood method for estimating the rate at which fingerprints change.
      • The painterly freedom of the Fauves and their expressive use of color gave splendid proof of their intelligent study of van Gogh's art.
      • Most of these studies were based on experiments in which males were either removed or kept as controls.
      • The catchment area for this study did not include any major metropolitan or industrialized cities.
      • The study asks whether the curriculum led to learning of unlearning racism.
      • All authors contributed to the design of the study and writing of the paper.
      • The tissue-welding experiments were extended to studies on rabbit Achilles tendons.
      • Instead those in the study developed a generalized sense that the system was failing.
      • We don't know of any long-term studies on whether people develop tolerance to turmeric.
      • More high-quality, linked DNA markers of herbal medicines will be developed in further studies.
      • The appearance of Mit Mythen Leben represents a milestone in the study of Roman art.
      • This center will conduct studies to develop new gene therapies for Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
      • Additional studies are needed to develop the therapeutic ratio of all inhaled steroids.
      • Even Andy Warhol's sixties pop art was a study of the power of iconography and branding.
      • To draw on this variety is to develop the study of crime in relation to a range of broader cultural contexts.

    • 4.2(published report, thesis)

      trabajo masculine
      • Among the most influential recent studies on Albrecht Durer is that authored by Joseph Koerner.
      • However, to our knowledge, no published study has ever used this revised version.
      • Of the three books, this study may receive the most attention because of its methodology.
      • Sadie's other published works include studies of Handel and Mozart.
      • His earlier books include a study of the Court and a biography of Louis XVIII.
      • His other books include studies of directors Robert Aldrich and David Lean and novelist Raymond Chandler.
      • Johnson's study continues the important scholarly work of correcting this misreading.
      • From then until his death he published a succession of monographs on German art, including further studies of Kandinsky, Kirchner, and Klee.
      • Clovis Whitfield is Director of Whitfield Fine Art in London and the author of various studies on seicento landscape painting.
      • A number of studies on this topic are likely to be published shortly.
      • Those studies are arranged by topic, but Feldman organizes this collection by scholar.
      • A closer look at polls and studies on the topics yielded some interesting insights.
      • Both Phayer's book and other recent studies have made Pius's position very clear.
      • Many of the volumes were ancient and rare studies on various botanical topics.
      • It is an excellent academic study of cultural criticism, especially postmodernism.
      • Few published studies on the topic are available, and results have been mixed.
      • There are very few book length studies of Rushdie and this work therefore becomes extremely significant in the critical canon.

  • 5

    • 5.1(Art, Liter)

      estudio masculine
      her face was a study su cara era un poema
      • she walked in, a study in green entró hecha una sinfonía en verde
      • the speech was a study in sycophancy el discurso fue un modelo de adulación
      • Large white-painted canvases of fabric, hugely magnified from her original studies of small pieces of cloth.
      • This celebrated, rare etching is based on studies Picasso made for a figure of a weeping woman in Guernica.
      • I have a quantity of sketches, studies, some water colours, & some drawings by my brother.
      • No soap opera elements, no deep character studies, just an hour where you put the puzzle pieces together, the characters catch the bad guy, and they go home.
      • The sketches are his preliminary studies for more finished drawings.
      • As with the Martelli, in this gentle, empathetic character study Degas attempts to portray his friend with honesty and truth.
      • However, unlike in many character studies, the plot is more than just a simple framework.
      • The jury has long favoured feel-good coming-of-age films, character studies with a moral, well-crafted films from a bygone time.
      • In many ways, the film is a morality play, but it is equally valid as a thriller or a character study.
      • This film is basically a character study of two people who both need help, but only one of them realizes it.
      • Some of the drawings, like stained-glass tracery, are studies for the paintings.
      • Unlike most of Rubens's head studies, the Glen Falls sketch cannot be connected with a known painting.
      • Green Fish is a complex study of characters who are each trapped in their own desperate situations.
      • Both albums have a lot of straight polemics, but both also contain a lot of character studies.
      • Among these were about two dozen gouaches that are studies for the larger oil paintings.
      • It's a character study, a mystery, and even a little bit of a love story.
      • Manet's flower pieces and studies of such simple things as a ham on a dish restate 17th-century types with unequalled painterly freedom.
      • It's science fiction all right, but it's also a character study and a murder mystery.
      • There are no deep philosophical messages or complex character studies going on in The Funhouse.
      • Like many smart yet snoozy novels, this film is basically a character study set in a very particular time and place.
      • Her drawings from 1938 to 1940 are charcoal studies based on the posed model.
      • The literature is replete with studies on various aspects of stress and coping in Western populations.
      • These characters are monstrous studies in sybaritic excess.
      • Maybe it is just a character study of a sad, desperate man and his sad depressing life.
      • It is mostly a character study and, thematically and mood-wise, is very similar to Magnolia.
      • Artist Russell used to begin a painting by doing small color studies and sketches.
      • The new novel by Margaret Forster - like much of her previous work - consists of a series of such character studies.
      • They aren't really character studies so much as character sketches.
      • Although almost no preparatory studies for the painting have survived, there is every reason to believe that many were made.
      • His old art school, the Slade, now has a lot of his drawings and oil studies.
      • He also made a generous gift to the Ashmolean Museum, presenting it in 1853 with forty of his Carracci studies.
      • Early Jackson Pollock oil studies of horses, presented by Joan T. Washburn, were knockouts.
      • Ultimately, this film is a character study of a man with a problem, and how this problem ruins his life.
      • Methodical studies in a sketchbook show the results of stumbling various colors over a dark red composed of cadmium red and umber.
      • He began a series of new drawings and studies for work to be completed in Amsterdam.
      • This work often seems less like a proper novel than a bare study of two characters.
      • He recorded every step of this process in a separate drawing or a painted study.
      • One highlight will be a fascinating trio: three nude studies by Bathus, Bonnard and Butler, each one dedicated to Pierre by the artist.
      • In her studio, she creates small sketches and color studies based on her photos.
      • Consequently, the paintings on show feel like studies rather than finished pieces.

    • 5.2Music

      estudio masculine
      • Harmony and theory studies supported his first compositional efforts as a teen-ager.
      • If not all the studies have an equivalent sensitivity, the fault is partly Schumann's and that of the modern piano.
      • Indeed, the pianist Egon Petri once said Czerny wrote all of those studies because he hated children.
      • This kind of ricercar has little musical interest, and is artistically on a par with Czerny's duller technical studies.


transitive verb

  • 1

    (at school, university)
    estudiar
    • He studied at Arts Educational School and in 1953 joined the Theatre Arts Ballet.
    • That same year he was awarded a scholarship to study at the American Academy in Rome.
    • He studied at the famous educational establishments of Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama and Madinah University.
    • At 16 her parents decided she should broaden her education by studying at Gordonstoun, one of England's most prominent boarding schools.
    • He has studied at the Bath Academy of Arts, Trinity College, Dublin and the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, Milan.
    • I'm thinking about moving to San Francisco and studying at the Academy of Art College.
    • This is nothing revolutionary, because you can become a primary school teacher in Ireland, studying online with Hibernia College.
    • Matthew Smith is a leadership educator studying for his Master's degree at Kansas State University.
    • Karl was educated at home until he turned nine, and then studied at University College School, London, for seven years.
    • He was educated at Cradock Boys' High School and later studied at Rhodes University and Oxford.
    • She will be spending the next academic year studying at Harvard University.
    • After attending Saint Petersburg College Prep School, Laura studied at the University of South Florida in Tampa.
    • HRH studied from kindergarten to high school at Chitralada School in Bangkok.
    • His mother encouraged him to play piano as a toddler, and by 11 he won a scholarship to study at the Royal Academy of Music.
    • He attended the School of Art part-time while studying at the Christchurch Teachers' Training College.
    • The former Blackburn Girls Grammar School pupil studied at Sheffield Art College and went on to study fine art, painting and sculpting at Portsmouth University.
    • A total of 1 370 524 children are studying at public educational establishments this school year.
    • Anne who studied in Abbeyleix Further Education Centre is at present teaching art to pupils in Castlecuffe National School.
    • Born in London, he was educated at Winchester and studied at University College, London.
    • Scores of Muslim boys and girls are studying in educational and technical colleges in various parts of the country.
  • 2

    (investigate, research into)
    estudiar
    investigar
    • Nevertheless, studying the extreme case of vestigial teeth clearly confirms that natural selection affects patterns of variability.
    • I've been studying the situation for over half a century now, and the only other option I can see is for Canada to continue with its little matter of genocide.
    • The delegation will be visiting Kashmir from tomorrow for three days to study the situation there.
    • It is important to study each situation carefully and respond accordingly.
    • They have to study the political situation as it has emerged for devising a strategy accordingly.
    • Investors can study the details and decide whether to bid.
    • We are aware of the issues involved and we are studying the situation.
    • But most of the historians who have studied the case have concluded that the Massachusetts court didn't end slavery with a righteous bang.
    • Hood said that of nine mishandling cases that were studied in detail by reviewing thousands of pages of written records, five were confirmed.
    • You spend a lot of time studying this situation in the Middle East.
    • Catalyst Women, a non-profit business organization that researches women in the workplace, has studied the situation.
    • Peirce spent five years studying the case and amassed an astonishing quantity of information.
    • This would help members of the health care team to study the situation and help parents through counselling.
    • Consequently I was a twat and began to push her away while I tried to study the situation.
    • Khodorkovskaya said her son spent most of his time studying the case against him, writing a prison diary and reading history books.
    • A Ministry spokesman said they were now studying the geographical situation, as North Ribblesdale is close to Cumbria, where there have been 691 confirmed cases.
    • I am keenly aware of and have studied the webcasting situation in depth, and was an expert witness at the proceeding.
    • Before making your voting decision I urge you to take the time to study our case.
    • She told the conference that the World Health Organisation, which had studied the situation at great length, did not have a problem with them.
  • 3

    (examine, scrutinize)
    (proposal/map/evidence) estudiar
    she studied his face as they talked le estudiaba el rostro mientras hablaban
    • he studied himself in the mirror se observaba en el espejo
    • ‘That looks good,’ she observed, studying my more than half-charred hot dog.
    • Now they are studying the Bicester campaign closely to see what lessons, if any, they can learn.
    • Instructions are stapled onto the side. I study them closely as I return to the cottage.
    • And I watched them grow, and actually very closely I studied them like probably nobody did.
    • Lucas watched him closely, studying every inch of his face from those wide blue eyes right down to the spray of freckles across his nose.
    • ‘I have good news and bad news,’ she said, studying him closely.
    • Election headquarters should be studying them closely, and taking note, so that the political platform of a candidate can be flexible to fit in with trends.
    • When he did he studied them closely, watching Taylor as she held a shirt up to Josh and titled her head.
    • She studied him closely, watching his movements and his body language, hoping to learn something, or sense something.
    • Adam looked over at the ‘princess’ and she was studying him closely, almost with concern.
    • I was amused to see an elderly woman closely studying the large and slightly homo-erotic men's underwear photos on the walls in the gent's section.
    • Paul watched her closely and studied the elder woman while his mind worked quickly.
    • She studied them closely, trying to read gestures and lips, but to no avail.
    • Backleh brings the sparrow up to eye level, studying it closely.
    • Rue fumed silently as he hummed contentedly and she watched him closely, studying his movements and actions.
    • ‘Not since yesterday,’ Stan replied, studying his camera closely and munching on a French fry.
    • If he had studied me more closely he would have realised that I was, in fact, raging.
    • She studied Eric and Michael closely, watching them, wondering who would try to strike her next, and what move she would use to shield herself.
    • Isabella got the distinct impression that everyone was studying her very closely now.
    • But opponents of the proposal are urging people to study the plans carefully, and to look closely at the small print.

intransitive verb

  • 1

    estudiar
    don't study too hard! ¡no estudies demasiado!
    • she's studying to be a doctor/lawyer/psychologist estudia medicina/derecho/psicología
    • to study under / with sb ser discípulo de algn
    • Just as rock and roll is here to stay, so are the academics devoted to studying it and all the other sounds contained under the ‘popular music’ rubric.
    • Watson does such a good job of explaining and exploring key chess concepts that a player cannot help but improve his chess knowledge by studying this book.
    • The students will spend two weeks here with a group of foreign students studying gender issues, chemistry and African literature, and a further two weeks at Phillips Academy.
    • His students and their successors studied his books, or at least paid lip-service to him, well into the 20th century.
    • I even spent an afternoon studying a book devoted to drawings of various Goddess symbols and glyphs found on ancient artifacts.
    • But there is no comparable academic industry devoted to studying the psychological underpinnings of liberalism.
    • She paid attention during class and studied her notes and books.
    • David Bellamy is not only a highly qualified academic who has probably studied this subject more than most, he is by no means alone.
    • College-bound students were also advised to study a foreign language for at least two years.
    • Numbers of them often appear in books on the artist so students can study them.
    • A few of the students had studied critical theory in college with an eye towards acting for social justice.
    • Most of this book is devoted to studying the interface between a company and its customers, for example in terms of customers' responses to promotional messages and price levels charged.
    • I would definitely recommend this book to students studying legal psychology as well as criminology.
    • Some teachers incorporate a primary source into studying a historical topic, often to verify for students that the information they have presented is correct.
    • As part of our art curriculum, our sixth-grade students studied the Impressionist and Post-Impressionist era.
    • In order to acquire gnana, one has to study books or get knowledge by other means.
    • Wood is one of the first academics to study a topic so integral to gaming as music.
    • With the publication of that book, Mayr was thrust into the center of the group dedicated to forming a society devoted to studying evolutionary biology.
    • In the second and third grade classroom, the teacher and the students studied the topic of immigrants.
    • As troubles mounted, Sun cultivated ties to a circle of academics who study rural issues.