Translation of suppression in Spanish:

suppression

represión, n.

Pronunciation: /səˈprɛʃən//səˈprɛʃ(ə)n/

noun

  • 1

    • 1.1(of feelings)

      represión feminine
      inhibición feminine
      • Cycles of recognition, repression or suppression and recovery of truth can be extrapolated both from the course of individual analytic treatments and social struggles.
      • Conscious suppression of a memory is a more plausible explanation for the failure to recall an event than repression.
      • A major component of codependence is emotional repression and suppression.

    • 1.2

      (of text) supresión feminine
      (of evidence) ocultación feminine
      (of book) prohibición feminine
      • Not many were interested in political activities anyway given the trauma of past suppression.
      • The army has retained power over the past four decades through the brutal suppression of opposition, including from ethnic minorities.
      • Moreover they know that if they become too flagrant in their suppression of opposition and commit atrocities, the United Nations stands ready to intervene to overthrow them.
      • However, although the government seems to have nodded to pageants, the long-term suppression of the activity has still kept most of the ongoing beauty contests in China relatively discreet.
      • Boucher said the government's continued intimidation and repression of the opposition and its violent suppression of peaceful public protests were not conducive to beginning a dialogue.
      • Whether this is due to forest management activities or canopy suppression is unknown.
      • The exclusion of political views from public debate logically extends into the openly violent suppression of public actions based upon those views.
      • Some books have been unjustly censored, he argued, and many writers and booksellers were punished too severely when all that was required was the simple suppression of publication.
      • It is not possible to build a democratic state based on an ideology of religious exclusivism and through the forcible suppression of the democratic rights of another people.
      • It is undeniable that the forcible suppression of religious and religious identity concerns by the communists gave a boost to these feelings.
      • Nevertheless, a significant portion of the public supported the forcible suppression of campus protests.
      • In the 14 months since he threw that fatal punch, court suppression orders have prevented publication of his name or details.
      • Secondly, a transparent code of conduct against publication bias or selective suppression of information should be developed.
      • As an indicator of forcible suppression it often appears in charts associated with assassinations (but not necessarily for the actual moment of such deeds).
      • These concern the suppression of all terrorist activity on their territory, the transparency of banking and trade arrangements, and the disavowal of weapons of mass destruction.
      • I am 100% certain that, if this bill is passed as is, it will be used in this country for the surveillance and suppression of political activists.
      • Despite its wide range, the species is increasingly under threat after centuries of persecution and habitat loss to human activity and fire suppression.
      • He persisted in arguing that the forcible suppression of the students might prove to be a mistake of such magnitude as to destroy the legitimacy of the regime.
      • This point leads to an exceptionally compelling aspect of the narrative, the rise and suppression of the opposition media.
      • Add to that high rates of illiteracy, the hypocrisy of the governmental media, the weakness of civil society and state suppression of the opposition parties.

    • 1.3(of revolt)

      represión feminine

  • 2

    Electricity Television Radio Motor Vehicles
    eliminación feminine
    supresión feminine
    • This provides some suppression, but the residual signal may still exceed detection thresholds.
    • Echo cancellation and/or suppression is disabled upon such selective switching.
    • For the particular cause of interference suppression, where might these come from?
    • Butcher concedes that the degree of suppression is relatively small.