Translation of temperament in Spanish:

temperament

temperamento, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtɛmp(ə)rəmənt//ˈtɛmp(ə)rəm(ə)nt/

noun

  • 1

    (character)
    temperamento masculine
    an artistic temperament un temperamento artístico
    • Not all temperaments suit a collegial environment: not all people are able to attend a course.
    • The means toward attaining those goals, however, are as varied as our political views, socioeconomic background and individual temperaments.
    • It's learning, for example, to live in community with people of very different temperaments and talents and outlooks and personalities.
    • One's diet for example, can affect the body's temperaments and thus influence ones's intellectual moral character.
    • Planetary characteristics are defined by these humoural temperaments where, as in nature, warmth and moisture promote health and vitality whilst cold and dryness are conducive to decay.
    • Some of these methods are still used today, particularly the concepts of balancing out the four elements, nine temperaments and four humours that make up the human body.
    • In Hinduism you have many deities with various temperaments and nature, so you have the luxury of choosing and bonding with the deity which suits your nature.
    • They must be able to adapt to the different artistic requirements and temperaments of classical, jazz and pop musicians.
    • His design skills and my publishing experience helped balance our individual roles and temperaments.
    • She wrote at length on the four humours and on the temperaments of people according to the phase of the Moon in which they were conceived.
    • It sorts people into four temperaments: idealists, rationals, artisans, and guardians.
    • Malls have temperaments and personalities and strange tribal auras; when you enter some malls you get the feeling right away that this is not your place.
    • Back in the days of the four humors, people had no problem believing that temperaments emerged from the balance, or imbalance, of chemicals in the body.
    • It is shaped by our own temperaments and personalities that incline us to behave in certain ways, which, in turn, shape how others react to us.
    • Therapy included a discussion of complementary styles and temperaments.
    • Campers' temperaments vary, from easy to difficult, persistent to inattentive, outgoing to withdrawn.
    • In addition, staff personalities and temperaments could have impacted parental knowledge gain.
    • But this is a temperament election, and neither of these people have temperaments that are frightening, and I think that's the key.
    • With so many artistic temperaments involved, it was surprising that the festivals remained so free of cultural clashes.
    • Healthy human contact and a spacious, more natural living environment improves their temperaments tremendously.
  • 2

    (moodiness)
    mal genio masculine
    • "Ross showed signs of temperament early on," reports John.
    • But his volatile temperament sometimes landed him in serious trouble with the authorities.
    • He then embarked upon a legal career which was characterised by often brilliant legal exposition, and mercurial temperament.
    • Actually, it is not the Englishman's performances that will be closely examined, but signs that he is managing to keep his suspect temperament in check.
    • Women with the aspect often have an excessively emotional temperament.
    • His emotional and dramatic temperament is well suited to the imaginative and affective dimensions of Ignatian prayer.
    • All other fairies were nice, but I would like to see more temperament in every character.
    • At what age do signs of temperament emerge?
    • Autocratic rages and selfish bursts of temperament seem not to have been in his repertoire.