Translation of adherence in Spanish:


adhesión, n.

Pronunciation /ədˈhɪrəns/ /ədˈhɪərəns/

See Spanish definition of adhesión


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    (to principles/faith/customs) adhesión feminine
    (to law/rule) obervancia feminine
    adherence to sth adhesión a algo
    observancia de algo
    • Many instances of performance-based design are approved for their adherence to safety principles.
    • Ceremony implies honor, and honor implies an adherence to traditions.
    • A lack of adherence by the participants with the intervention program might have influenced the outcomes of our study.
    • Where written policies existed, they varied widely in adherence to the guidelines.
    • We do not know all the circumstances, and I hope that adherence to confidentiality means that we never will.
    • Patient-centered communication is positively associated with patient satisfaction, adherence, and better health outcomes.
    • They advocate adherence to the dietary guidelines as the most appropriate way to achieve a positive outcome.
    • The authors call for strengthening responses for victims of violence and promoting adherence to international treaties.
    • They avoid adherence to any one approach.
    • He himself regarded it as a watershed in his thinking, signaling his move toward a more sincere adherence to religious principles.