Translation of transparency in Spanish:


transparencia, n.

Pronunciation: /trɑːnˈspɛːr(ə)nsi//tranˈspɛːr(ə)nsi//trɑːnˈspar(ə)nsi//ˌtrænˈspɛrənsi//tranˈspar(ə)nsi/


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    • 1.1(of material)

      transparencia feminine
      • The on-line service provides full transparency by maintaining computerised records of the feed inputs used in the rearing of animals.
      • Increased price transparency - the process of making inefficient markets more efficient - will send ripple effects through the economy.
      • Programs to improve financial transparency, corporate governance and debt reduction were hard to find.
      • She also demanded transparency in the evaluation process of the candidates.
      • Full transparency is maintained by publishing the reserves and the aggregate balance in the clearing accounts of the banking system.
      • Hopefully, this legislation will bring greater transparency in these transactions.
      • Yet passions will be inflamed in this instance, and complete transparency of the process is required.
      • Yet the talks failed over two relatively minor issues - trade facilitation and transparency in government procurement.
      • In essence, the rationality means transparency with regard to both investment strategies and performance.
      • The material can achieve optical transparency of better than 95 % for sheet resistance values in excess of 1000 /.
      • In simple terms, the new code will create transparency in the process.
      • We also want to see more transparency with regard to securities, derivative transactions, investment, and guarantees.
      • Demands for greater financial transparency were resisted at every turn.
      • Central and provincial authorities should do more to promote transparency in government procurement and contract bidding.
      • Measurement and information systems need to be developed to provide full transparency throughout public education.
      • Authorities also introduced an open land tender system last year to improve market transparency, replacing often opaque land sales.
      • But they resisted talks on more transparency in government procurement.
      • Corporate executives, however, see more to lose than gain from increased transparency.
      • A single currency will also increase price transparency and thus highlight price differences still existing between Member States.
      • At the same time, society is demanding more transparency in those business transactions.

    • 1.2(of lies, behavior)

      transparencia feminine

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    transparencia feminine
    diapositiva feminine
    (for overhead projector) transparencia feminine