Traducción de colonization en español:

colonization

colonización, n.

Pronunciación /kɑlənəˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/ /ˌkɒlənʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/

Ver definición en español de colonización

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    colonización femenino
    • For Dickens, the civilizing mission of imperialism meant European colonization.
    • European colonization characterizes 19th-century maps.
    • This is due mostly to the bitter resentment over Japan's colonization of Korea.
    • During the French colonization, this was the quarantine zone for the port.
    • In lectures before the association, he spoke out against slavery and colonization, while urging African-American solidarity.
    • Their resistance to colonization is evident in the fact that indigenous languages are preserved outside the classrooms.
    • The "new words" set to the tune of the folk song evoke the Spanish colonization of the Philippines.
    • Many critics delineate how a heritage of dual colonizations has left an indelible mark on the Filipino-American psyche.
    • He affiliates himself with this faux-moorish identity, asserting a parallel to the American colonization of Mexico and of Mexicans.
    • His work explored issues concerned with identity, politics, and colonization between the native Maori and European cultures.
    • His anxiety mirrored Marcuse's grim assessment of technology's colonization of everyday life.
    • They're against fundamentalism, Coca-Cola colonization, pornography, and Sigmund Freud.
    • The greatest danger to that is the colonization of thinking.
    • It's nice to know there is world music beyond the intense musical colonization of Gabriel's production and Byrne's ego.
    • The universal colonization called globalization, resembling and partaking of witchcraft, is a topic for another day.
    • He does not tire telling his audience that the colonization of cyberspace by non-free software should be fought.
    • The August issue raised questions about the new colonization of human minds by the culture of consummate consumption.
    • The idea of locative art allows him to create an economical meditation upon the colonization of public spaces, time, and memory by technology.
    • It strikes me as another telltale sign of the insidious colonization of our personal and social lives by the ethic of the algorithm.
    • This kind of housing owes its origin to the colonization of Manhattan's defunct industrial and warehouse spaces by trendy, arty, sixties types.
    • Their job is to destroy unstable planets in order to make star systems safe for human colonization.
    • Spreading from the ports, Formosan termites began a subterranean colonization of the country.
    • The vaccine was effective at reducing colonization of E. coli at the terminal rectum of cattle.
    • Human colonization reaches Pluto, only to find the planet already populated by a race crudely dubbed the Arachnids.
    • They found that inclusion of mannose in the drinking water of chicks reduced <i>S. typhimurium</i> colonization of the cecum.
    • The rest of the site is gradually being covered by natural colonization of plants.
    • The newly exposed land surface became available for colonization by plants from warmer regions.
    • Initial colonization of the tooth surfaces by bacteria occurs in childhood at the time of eruption of the first tooth.
    • Endotracheal tubes promote colonization by interfering with the cough reflex and by stimulating excessive mucus secretion.
    • Some patients have an increased risk for respiratory colonization and pneumonia.