Translation of thesis in Spanish:


tesis, n.

Pronunciation /ˈθisɪs//ˈθiːsɪs/

nounPlural theses

  • 1

    tesis feminine
    • This thesis is not yet proved; but its resolution appears feasible in the foreseeable future.
    • It certainly failed to convince me of its central thesis: that much of modern humour, especially modern American humour, is Jewish in origin.
    • The thesis you put forward equating leftist parties has the same credibility as the joke about Hitler and Stalin.
    • Instead, his central thesis is that the religious extremism which gives rise to some forms of terrorism is born out of political repression.
    • Nor can I accept the thesis that his long statement was a police concoction.
    • But the central thesis of the work was that these leaders generally make decisions based on imprecise readings of the past.
    • Unfortunately, even the core data he uses to prove his thesis explain less than he claims.
    • My impression of your central thesis is that, contrary to how we may view ourselves as a society, we are in fact a lot more uptight about sex than we'd like to believe.
    • The method Keegan uses to prove his thesis is also interesting.
    • He seeks to prove no partisan theses; he just wants us to know what happened.
    • It is her thesis that theory and practice are linked in classical Chinese medicine by the archive of accumulated medical lore.
    • Although ingeniously and entertainingly argued with a wealth of detail, the thesis is not conclusively proven.
    • One of the principal theses of Isaiah Berlin, the English philosopher, was that most of the cardinal values to which human beings aspire clash.
    • But the essential content of his thesis is maintained: socialism has been removed from the historical agenda.
    • While it might seem like an eternity for your thesis to be proven, its fruition is often well worth the wait.
    • For all the narrative time-shifting and interweaving threads, it is brilliantly readable and its central thesis is compelling.
    • Her thesis is merely that free will and determinism are incompatible.
    • You willfully ignore my central thesis: that there has been a change in the motivations underpinning US foreign policy.
    • The central thesis was simple: mannerly behaviour is a barometer of civilisation.
    • And nothing proves my thesis more than comparing Spielberg's movies to the deluge that comes after him.
    • The central thesis boils down to: if humans find it complex, it must be designed by something more intelligent than humans.
    • You feel Mamet is proving a thesis about the white American male and his channelling of sexual insecurity into racial hatred.
  • 2

    tesis feminine
    (shorter) tesina feminine
    • Many scientists, including people writing doctoral theses, had access to the bones, and they were laboriously studied.
    • Kloosterman presented his doctoral thesis to the University of Leiden in 1924.
    • The writer is an environmental lawyer from Sydney who is currently based in Jakarta writing a doctoral thesis on environmental law in Indonesia.
    • This work was based on his doctoral thesis and is written in the form of a discussion between a teacher and a group of students.
    • Perhaps when I get around to writing my doctoral thesis it will be on The Humour of Tolstoy and Pratchett: A Comparative Study.
    • Another chapter is devoted entirely to writing a doctoral thesis.
    • The compiler also welcomes information about relevant publications that the staff may have missed, including books, theses, and dissertations.
    • This synthesis is based on public domain data, including published papers, theses and dissertations.
    • He has recently completed a doctoral thesis at the University of Exeter.
    • The thesis or dissertation is your original research written with the guidance of a group of faculty known as your committee.
    • Unpublished manuscripts, theses, and dissertations were also excluded.
    • The thesis was on the theory of probability, and in it he developed the main results of the theory in a rigorous but elementary way.
    • Then, under the supervision of theological scholar Paul Tillich from Harvard University, she wrote a doctoral thesis.
    • Today, most universities require their students to submit electronic theses and dissertations for their graduation.
    • They can continue classes or use the research as their master's theses and doctoral dissertations.
    • If you are a graduate student, you may be moving toward completing your master's thesis or doctoral dissertation.
    • The book is a compilation of doctoral candidates' dissertations and theses.
    • These essays grew out of my Columbia University master's thesis on Hopkins, written in 1942.
    • The significance of this finding is that each and every one of these websites are of the type declared to be illegal by the government for they sell completed theses, dissertations and term papers to students.
    • It is taught in American literature courses and has been incorporated into master's theses and doctoral dissertations.
    • In traditional paper-based university libraries, higher degree theses and research articles are viewed and treated very differently.