Translation of transitional in Spanish:


de transición, adj.

Pronunciation /tranˈsɪʃɪʃ(ə)n(ə)l//trænˈzɪʃ(ə)n(ə)l//tranˈzɪʃ(ə)n(ə)l/


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    (period/stage) de transición
    (architecture) de transición entre el románico y el gótico
    • The camerlengo supervises the administration of the Holy See during the transitional period.
    • The Government has put up cash for a two-year transitional period which will be overseen by the Forestry Commission.
    • Are we living in a transitional period leading to that nightmare?
    • The Gothic stylistic elements that mark it as a transitional structure can best be seen in the chancel and the ambulatory with its famous stained-glass windows.
    • The transitional period has been successively extended and is still in force today.
    • One of these matters was mentioned in the preceding section in connection with Wittgenstein's transitional period.
    • The time of life which was the focus of most attention was the transitional period, which might extend from the onset of puberty to the late twenties.
    • For some it has been really important in getting through in getting through difficult transitional periods.
    • The months of October and March are transitional periods and are known as autumn and spring, respectively.
    • Neither the Directive nor the Agreement provided for a transitional period or phased implementation.
    • The transitional period, as one regime merges awkwardly into another, has not been without its impact on the players.
    • A year into the job and still stuck in what he terms a transitional period, he is hamstrung by the need to offload several players before he can add to the squad.
    • The new cathedral incorporated the transitional Gothic facade and the south tower, both survivors of the fire.
    • It will not be in charge of its own affairs until it has passed through a transitional period, one which is still continuing.
    • On top of the hill four sharp spires rise from the Transitional Gothic cathedral.
    • This is a transitional period and fingers crossed the new services will be available in April at the earliest.
    • At a wider level, it suggested the security and stability of Britain at this transitional period in its history.
    • After the transitional period, all issuers must file full interim and annual certificates.
    • A prison service spokesperson said some staff would be kept on at the prison over the transitional period.
    • The major output of that transitional period, it seems, was this fascinating book.
    • They are going through a transitional period but the kids are gaining invaluable experience.
    • Stage one saw the removal of most of the hereditary peers, leaving 92, who were to remain during a transitional period.
    • The scheme will involve a transitional period of management leading to the purchase of the respective company.