Translation of birth rate in Spanish:

birth rate

índice de natalidad, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbərθ ˌreɪt/

noun

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    índice de natalidad masculine
    tasa de natalidad feminine
    natalidad feminine
    • With a declining birth rate and an ageing population, the first minister says they need fresh talent.
    • The main reason for the stagnant population was the birth rate, which plummeted after 1965.
    • The increasing demand is linked to a rising birth rate in the area bucking the national trend, which shows a decline.
    • The United States will stabilize its population by 2040 at the current birth rate.
    • The rise in the world's population is slowing down: India now has a birth rate lower than America in the 1950s.
    • A declining birth rate not only means fewer kids but also an ageing population.
    • With the oldest population in the world and the lowest birth rate, Japan's crisis is just beginning.
    • In general the death rate is four for every thousand, while the birth rate is twenty-nine for every thousand.
    • She asserts that the community's death rate has risen sharply, while the birth rate has crashed.
    • A drop in population had to impact the birth rate which, in turn, would have an impact on future population figures.
    • Catholics had a birth rate approximately double that of the Protestant population.
    • At a public meeting held for residents, numerous people raised the point of what would happen if the birth rate rose and there were no places for the children.
    • Poverty is also contributing to the falling birth rate.
    • Statistics from the period show that the birth rate for Turks was about two percent compared to just above zero for Bulgarians.
    • One could also speculate on the link to the low birth rate, which usually is ascribed to an under-performing economy.
    • If they were relevant, the birth rate among the poor would be significantly lower than among better off families, which has never been the case.
    • The birth rate in the U.S. is much higher than in European countries like Sweden and Switzerland.
    • France tries to boost its falling birth rate with more money for mothers.
    • The birth rate has been described as exceptional and has delighted park rangers, who would normally expect only two joeys to be born annually.
    • In that period, the business birth rate actually fell from 30.4 to 27.5 per 10,000 adults.