Translation of synthetic in Spanish:


sintético, adj.

Pronunciation /sɪnˈθɛdɪk//sɪnˈθɛtɪk/


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    (made by chemical synthesis)
    • Mixtures of several synthetic dyes, or mixtures of natural and synthetic dyes, could produce more subdued colors.
    • Both the natural and synthetic iron oxide pigments are very stable.
    • Conventional oil is derived from petroleum refining; synthetic oils are chemically manufactured replicas.
    • Each year, over 1,000 new synthetic chemicals are introduced in the United States.
    • These drugs are synthetic substances related to the male sex hormones, called androgens.
    • When we assault our skin with harsh detergents, exfoliants, drying alcohols and synthetic oils, we can end up producing completely unintended results.
    • Other researchers performed cell growth assays comparing natural and synthetic cholesterol.
    • When carried out in hydrocarbon solvent, this reaction produces a synthetic rubber similar to natural rubber.
    • The primary use of ammonia, in turn, is in the manufacture of synthetic fertilizers.
    • New synthetic materials claim to be absorbed rapidly and thus to minimize these disadvantages.
    • The changing status of his preferred materials invites this - tyres are no longer manufactured from rubber plants but from synthetic materials produced from crude oil.
    • Easier to wash than synthetic fabrics, natural fabrics are the perfect choice for slipcovers, bedding, upholstery, draperies and cushions.
    • He further explained that synthetic fiber is used for thread production.
    • Don't believe that synthetic pesticides are all bad news.
    • Today, nearly a century later, the Haber process remains the only economically viable method for producing synthetic nitrogen fertilizer.
    • Nylon was the first synthetic fiber not based on natural materials such as cellulose.
    • The chemicals which comprise synthetic drugs are natural.
    • These jersey knit sheets feature organic cotton and are not treated with chlorine bleach, chemical softeners, or synthetic dyes that can irritate skin.
    • Do these hormones have the same risks as synthetic hormones?
    • And one of the key choices is whether to use organic or synthetic fertilizers.
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    Linguistics Philosophy
    • Kant held that, even though most mathematical propositions are synthetic, they are knowable a priori - independent of sensory experience.
    • The theory that existence is not a predicate implies, however, that all existential propositions are synthetic.
    • As of now, in addition to that of the Monthly editors, I am aware of two entirely synthetic proofs of the statement.
    • Over time, synthetic languages have become more analytic, with the effect that inflexional morphology has repeatedly been simplified.
    • Analytic propositions like synthetic propositions, can be believed for bad reasons, or for no reasons at all, and, when this occurs, we should deny that the believer knows the propositions in question.
    • Inflected languages are a variety of synthetic language in which a word takes various forms, most usually by the addition of suffixes, which show its role in the sentence.
    • Its Cyrillic alphabet is phonetic; its grammar is synthetic, conveying information through word modification rather than order.
    • Albanian is a synthetic language that is similar in structure to most other Indo-European languages.
    • Contemporary philosophers recognize the possibility that sentences that express identities might be synthetic as opposed to analytic or true by definition.


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    fibra sintética feminine
    tejido sintético masculine