Traducción de coexistence en español:

coexistence

coexistencia, n.

Pronunciación /ˌkoʊɪɡˈzɪstəns/ /kəʊɪɡˈzɪstəns/

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    coexistencia femenino
    convivencia femenino
    • The paradox he presents is the coexistence of violence with love.
    • In addition to this mixing of ethnicities, there is a remarkable coexistence of ways of life.
    • What emerged was a picture of a 1,000-year-long tradition of multicultural and inter-religious coexistence.
    • The state's capacity of transforming the aggressive activists into peaceful coexistence among the people of different faiths is questionable.
    • He was hysterically threatening them with a "battle to the finish" and declaring peaceful coexistence virtually impossible.
    • Their terrorizing these communities is very detrimental for the peaceful coexistence of other tribes and communities.
    • Wherever fundamental extremists live, they tend not to live in coexistence.
    • The coexistence of an egalitarian founding philosophy with a social reality is marked by substantial inequalities.
    • They see this rising population as having undermined peaceful coexistence between the two groups.
    • The two groups maintain an uneasy coexistence under the king's rule.