Translation of truism in Spanish:

truism

Pronunciation /ˈtruˌɪzəm//ˈtruːɪz(ə)m/

noun

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    (obvious truth)
    hecho que salta a la vista masculine
    perogrullada feminine informal
    • It is a truism to say that fieldwork is a prerequisite to any sort of research on Neotropical birds.
    • It is a truism that rights and responsibilities go hand in hand.
    • They are truisms though no less true because of that.
    • Even if what you were suggesting was true, you would merely be confirming an old moral truism that evil actions can have good consequences.
    • This episode reinforces that old truism that there are two sides to each story and that neither is all white or all black.
    • An old truism about the perverse ways of big business surfaced again last week in the pages of the Financial Times.
    • It's an obvious truism but to succeed, the team's whole must exceed the sum of its parts.
    • But, there is an old truism in public relations - you don't repeat the charges against you.
    • An old truism regarding alcoholism is that if someone close to you thinks it's a problem, it's a problem.
    • Sometimes a truism can be proclaimed in a manner that makes it startling.
    • It's a truism that as a general rule consumers seek bargains and businesses seek profits.
    • It is a truism to say that we describe the world through the lens our own experience.
    • Let's put aside the obvious truism, applicable to both Old and New Media, that the value of a creative work increases as more people are exposed to it.
    • In the end, though, it's that old truism about parental guidance that counts.
    • I won't reveal any more of the plot than that, but if there's a moral to this story, it's that old truism that says that curiosity killed the cat.
    • It is a truism to say that humanity is gone out of journalism.
    • They were able to question the truisms that dominated British political thought, and thus set out in astonishingly new directions.
    • It's full of truisms, generalisations and nonsense.
    • No-one should argue against teaching future citizens to think critically and to subject orthodoxies and truisms to rigorous examination.
    • Most of us will see it as a truism but it is also a warning against the tendency of all of us, ethnobiologists are no exception, to get carried away.
  • 2criticized

    (cliché)
    tópico masculine
    lugar común masculine