Translation of upbringing in Spanish:

upbringing

educación, n.

Pronunciation /ˈəpˌbrɪŋɪŋ//ˈʌpbrɪŋɪŋ/

noun

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    educación feminine
    it depends on your upbringing depende de la educación que se haya recibido / de cómo se haya sido educado
    • I know it is a strange viewpoint, Mama, but I suspect it is a result of his background and his upbringing.
    • Both Taylor and Phillips wanted a more rural home that would remind them of their upbringings in deep countryside.
    • Priestley is reluctant to say what he will bring to it from his own upbringing in Vancouver.
    • After pondering the philosophical elements of our individual upbringings, we discovered that both of us had been brought up in the United Church.
    • Most of this was due to her parents, her controlled upbringing and her feelings towards the disease.
    • With varied upbringings, geographic backgrounds, faiths and even languages, people make more of an effort to find common ground.
    • ‘No, we were raised with completely different upbringings,’ Zoe began to explain.
    • He prefers not to dwell on his parents' deaths, but he talks freely about his upbringing in Falkirk.
    • Jane had a strict upbringing and she never developed a close relationship with her parents.
    • Perhaps his unflappable nature stems from an upbringing on New Zealand's west coast.
    • He said that the upbringing of children should be a private matter for parents.
    • The unconscious choices, rooted in our upbringings; in compassion and understanding, the core beliefs that guide us through the obstacle course of life.
    • Tyson has been heavily influenced by his childhood, his upbringing, his mother.
    • I still think the significant question is why two different paths were taken by two people with similar upbringings.
    • The three athletes are very similar: modest upbringings and supportive families have moulded them into hungry, focused individuals.
    • That way, the child gets to have a normal life with parents who would give him or her a good upbringing.
    • In the end, it all comes down to the importance of family and a good upbringing.
    • She said that he had experienced a difficult upbringing and had been in care for much of his youth.
    • Which brings us to your upbringing in the bombed London which seems to reappear in a lot of your work.
    • I was a very happy and healthy baby and had a normal upbringing, in fact, with lots of nurturing.