Translation of trial in Spanish:

trial

proceso, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtraɪ(ə)l//ˈtrʌɪəl/

noun

  • 1

    • 1.1Law
      (court hearing)

      proceso masculine
      juicio masculine
      murder/rape trial proceso / juicio por asesinato/violación
      • That trial proceeded, I prosecuted, and the jury duly convicted him of perjury.
      • It is for the jury in a criminal trial to draw inferences from the evidence as the trier of fact, not the witness.
      • As Ontario is a province which has maintained civil jury trials, the Juries Act also applies to the gathering of juries for civil trials.
      • But realistically it obviously would have an intensely huge impact upon the number of civil jury trials for example that might have been held in Queensland.
      • There are four problems with this evidentiary basis for the trial judge's conviction.
      • Nullification is a byproduct of the robust right of criminal defendants to a trial by jury.
      • It's an edited version of a real criminal trial before a real judge and jury.
      • Federal patents may be the same nationwide but under our Constitution, federal criminal jury trials are meant to differ state by state to some extent.
      • They also examined evidence referred to them from commercial, criminal and civil trial proceedings.
      • Also, at the end of the trial, the judge said to the jury that evidence was only to be taken notice of from the witness box.
      • In both civil and criminal trials, appeals courts strongly defer to a jury's decision to believe one witness rather than another.
      • It cannot be violated to uphold criminal proceedings or to be used as evidence in a criminal trial.
      • The presumption of innocence is a requirement that applies only to the members of a jury in a criminal trial.
      • The right to a fair trial in criminal proceedings, as embodied in Article 6, holds a prominent place in a democratic society.
      • Had the evidence been available to the trial judge the verdict may have been different.
      • Your complaint seems to be about the way the trial judge directed the jury.
      • In contrast, in many civil law systems, trials in absentia are admissible, that is the defendant may be tried even if he has never appeared in court and is on the run or in hiding.
      • When jury trials were common in civil litigation this was a matter for the jury to decide, and so it was regarded as a question of fact.
      • They can hold people in contempt of court, and when litigants consent, magistrate judges can preside at civil jury trials.
      • Yes, but they are dealing with the respective functions of judge and jury at a criminal trial.

    • 1.2Law
      (judgment)

      juicio masculine
      trial by jury juicio con / por jurado
      • if the case goes to trial si el caso va a juicio
      • she was brought to trial fue procesada
      • to be on trial for murder/murdering a policeman estar siendo procesado por asesinato/el asesinato de un policía
      • to stand trial ser procesado / juzgado
      • she is awaiting trial está a la espera de ser procesada
      • fair trial juicio imparcial
      • to give sb a fair trial juzgar a algn con imparcialidad

  • 2

    (test)
    (of machine, drug) prueba feminine
    (of person) prueba feminine
    trial of strength prueba de fuerza feminine
    • the meeting will be a trial of strength between the two ministers los dos ministros medirán sus fuerzas en la reunión
    • to give sth/sb a trial poner algo/a algn a prueba
    • on trial a prueba
    • we'll send you the first volume on trial le enviaremos el primer tomo a prueba
    • remember, you're on trial recuerda que estás a prueba
    • Researchers found only two randomized controlled trials comparing individuals wearing surgical masks with those not wearing surgical masks.
    • Grading systems are needed to determine the quality of various clinical trials.
    • Ideally, all drugs used to treat children would be subject to quality clinical research and trials to be authorised for use in children.
    • A high quality metaanalysis cannot resurrect poor quality clinical trials.
    • Clinical trials must require the consent of the patient.
    • These analyses cannot substitute fully for the critical review of individual trials.
    • In our view one month into the trial period is too soon to have a valid comment.
    • Methodological quality of all trials was evaluated using the standard scoring system developed by Jadad and colleagues.
    • But it was discovered during trials that individuals were able to improve relaxation levels over a period of several weeks by progressing from the faster to slower CDs.
    • Clinical trials must use similar protocols to interpret positive results.
    • Those results will reveal whether the drug is suitable for human clinical trials.
    • In two of the trials, the focal individual's relative dominance status was not as intended, and in one trial the focal individual was highly inactive.
    • Most randomised trials allocate individual participants to different treatments.
    • Instead they voted for a full gyratory system for a trial period of three months.
    • Then it designed clinical trials to test whether its drugs could extend life, an unequivocal proof of efficacy.
    • Similar problems of interpretation arise in the evaluation of clinical trials to test the efficacy of pharmaceutical drugs.
    • One of my favourite scenes is when Lauren interviews Graeme to test his suitability for a drug trial.
    • And this is how the situation will stay until a clinical trial is performed.
    • However, this has not been established in a clinical trial.
    • Individual trials have been inconclusive, probably because of small sample sizes.
  • 3

    (trouble)
    padecimiento masculine
    sufrimiento masculine
    trials and tribulations tribulaciones feminine
    • children can be a trial los niños pueden ser una cruz
    • I had the pleasure of speaking to Schneider and inquiring about the trials and tribulations that he's experienced in his career.
    • After the trials and tribulations of the past couple of years, the embarrassments and the ugliness, how could anyone at Leeds United have thought that Stan Boardman was acceptable as a star turn?
    • The trials and tribulations that the college faced and the tortuous path it traversed are deeply etched in the memories of those who are associated with it.
    • They were nostalgic, so to say, about the trials and tribulations they underwent to realise their dream of a bridge across the tributary of the Periyar at Manjummel.
    • He has become familiar with the trials and tribulations that have tortured Ireland over the years but still says that the people and splendour of the country make it a bit special.
    • Whether you wish it or not, you need to undergo the trials and tribulations of the sunny days and sultry nights as there is no escape from it.
    • They had been married for over forty five years and had gone through the trials and tribulations of the Partition of India in which they had lost everything.
    • Tracey herself knows first-hand about the trials and tribulations of putting on shows that are both erotic and comic.
    • For the last several years, Pat and I have shared a good many of the trials and tribulations in our lives, as well as the joys and successes.
    • At some point in our lives, the trials and tribulations of love and romance become a constant - even if we aren't dating, we usually wish we were.
    • News anchors and reporters couldn't make enough references to the trials and tribulations that they faced throughout the day.
    • My own work is about the trials and tribulations of what it is to be a human being.
    • Forget about the trials and tribulations of dealing with the complex emotions of the average human (or, even worse, having to deal with your own emotional mood swings).
    • Each episode will ‘reveal the trials and tribulations of these writers on their journey to literary success.’
    • Here's a rapper who's capable of making a sincere connection with his audience, so much so that he can get you on his side even when bemoaning the trials and tribulations of excessive wealth.
    • Staying focused on what's important has ensured her success as she skillfully avoids the trials and tribulations of the pressures that surround her.
    • In addition, Malaysia will be a severe trial for race engines, which will, for the first time, be tested over a second consecutive GP weekend.
    • Despite the trials and tribulations, all ends reasonably happily in this tale of duty and sacrifice, with the Gods being placated and Idamante living and getting his girl.
    • I cannot help but contend that they have failed to demonstrate an appreciation of the history of the trials and tribulations of the various groups that shaped this society.
    • And it's not just about cricket; it focuses on the trials and tribulations and passions one has to go through to achieve one's dreams.
  • 4

    Sport
    prueba de selección feminine
    horse trials concurso hípico masculine
    • sheepdog trials concurso en que se pone a prueba la destreza de los perros pastores
    • The named individuals have resorted to coaxing players to quit after encountering stumbling blocks with the clubs in securing the release of the players for trials abroad.
    • Both teams are treating today's match at Northpower Stadium in Gosford as a trial for test selection.
    • The purity of seed for the last round of GM crop trials for winter oil seed rape has been confirmed, reports the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
    • After encountering stumbling blocks with Nkana in securing the release of the player for trials in Belgium, the named individuals convinced Mwanza to quit.
    • Thousands swarmed to Badminton last weekend to watch the prestigious three-day horse trials.
    • In fact, the national championships and Olympic trials are consistently held there.
    • Her parents, Sandy and Mike, were delighted at her selection for the British Eventing Team in her first full year of horse trials.
    • The Queen's granddaughter, 23, was competing in trials in Dorset on Friday when she fell from her horse.
    • Rather than naming the full team at trials, the five-man selection committee asked seven gymnasts to come to this week's camp and compete for the remaining two spots.
    • Bramham Park is home to major three-day international horse trials and its rural setting is synonymous with countryside pursuits.
    • There are also issues with people damaging land with trials motor cycles and four-wheel drive vehicles.
    • It hindered him so much, he finished second to Dremiel Byers at the national championships and missed the automatic berth in the finals of the Olympic trials.
    • She made her yearly trek east in February, to compete in horse trials leading up to the big three-days.
    • The selection trials clashed with the Allstar tournament, but I explained my position and expressed my willingness to play.
    • The animals used in these trials were very similar in age, size, and breed type.
    • A big day two for New Zealander Andrew Nicholson at the Burghley horse trials in England.
    • Unlike Olympic trials in individual sports, a hockey team is chosen by a committee.
    • The team aim to perform trials in animals that are naturally infected with HBV-like viruses.
    • This will be Haka's first time competing at Badminton, although he has previously competed in the three-day Burghley horse trials.
    • Lane and the national selectors confirmed the squad on Saturday evening after the trial match involving 41 players.
    • His interests are walking, boating and watching horse trials.
    • Team selection trials will be held during September / October.
    • A bike-mad youngster who was geared up to compete against adults in motorcycle trials has had his dreams shattered by thieves.
    • Marambe appealed to clubs to release their players to attend trials to be held on August 21, 23 and 28 at Longden Place.
    • By the time he entered Lightbowne Road he estimated the trials bike was about 300-yards in front of him.
    • Addingham Moorside is a well-used venue for both bike and motorcycle trials.
    • Another Aboriginal athlete vying for selection at the Olympic trials in August will be Patrick Johnson from the Umpila tribe of north Queensland.
    • A leading footpath campaigner said the motorcycle trials was a separate issue but still needed to be considered by the inspector.
    • He had won the World championship and had qualified for Athens too, but did not make the Australian team after the selection trials.
    • I was pleased with the contribution of the 46 players at the trials.
    • He competed as an international swimmer and was Scottish motorcycle trials champion twice before he switched to pedal bikes.
    • Nicole currently holds world junior titles in trial, road race and mountain, and is also Senior British Road Race Champion.
    • Some players were selected after trials while one province named its team after conducting an inter-divisional tournament.
    • Our stands appear at point-to-points, country fairs, horse trials and game fairs.
    • He was not among the 50-plus collegians invited to this summer's U.S. national team trials.
    • During the supplemental portion of all trials, heifers were maintained in 0.2-ha pens.
    • Johnston won three of this year's recognised trials with horses who were not entered for the big race.
    • It's become an issue for Australian track and field athletes, whose final Olympic trials are scheduled to be held at Stadium Australia in August.
    • The quartet are expected to participate in tomorrows's selection trials, among other athletes from across Zambia.
    • Equestrian stars frequent horse trials staged on our doorstep, while sporting royals are among those taking part at polo events at Ansty and Tidworth.
    • After the war, I started racing motorcycles and riding in trials, but while I was reasonable I wasn't good enough to satisfy myself, and so I concentrated on my business.
    • The bulls have to compete in feed efficiency trials as young animals before they get into the bull studs.
    • The recent Australian National Championships and Olympic swimming trials give a strange story to the world of swimming.
    • The aim is to discover Britain's best over four fields: trials, motocross, supermoto and road racing.
    • The winner of the selection trials will go to the Olympic Qualification Regatta in June in Lucerne, Switzerland, to try to earn a spot at the Games.

adjective

  • 1

    (period/flight) de prueba
    we've employed her/taken a subscription on a trial basis la hemos contratado/nos hemos suscrito a prueba
    • trial offer oferta especial
    • we agreed on a period of trial separation convinimos en un período de separación como prueba