Translation of complementarity in Spanish:


complementariedad, n.

Pronunciation /ˌkɑmpləmɛnˈtɛrədi/ /ˌkɒmplɪmɛnˈtarɪti/

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    complementariedad feminine
    • Emerging complementarities between the economies of the two regions, buttressed by macro-economic reforms of the recent past, have contributed to a rapid growth in trade, investment and financial flows between them.
    • My earlier post was an admittedly rudimentary attempt to come up with a more accurate way of describing gender differences and complementarities.
    • As generalists become more different from one another, interorganizational complementarities likely increase, thereby yielding more opportunities for alliance formation.
    • Arthur argued that increasing returns from learning, network externalities, and technological complementarities lead one technology eventually to dominate a given market.
    • Second, there are intellectual as well as technical economies of scale, external economies, and complementarities.
    • We have vigorously set about recovering our mutual understanding, building a broad base for our co-operation and redeeming the promise of our complementarities.
    • Furthermore, culture seems to contain contradictions, such as income redistribution to the needy and simultaneous espousal of equality of opportunity, as well as complementarities which can serve as organizing points.
    • These basic differences between oral and written communication are a fruitful domain for continued dialogue about the strengths, limitations, and complementarities of the first-year rhetoric classroom.
    • Such advantages are further bolstered by the underlying complementarities between the U.S. economy and the economies of the developing world - especially those in Asia.
    • The job is to differentiate them in such a way as to expose their complementarities, to make clear how static and dynamic elements of systems can coexist, and to show how a division of labour can be constructed amongst them.
    • The duality and complementarities of marketplace and Cyberspace raise the issue of relationship-building in an environment that is both virtual and physical.
    • Many fruit and vegetable growers also grew tobacco, since there exist complementarities between horticultural crops and tobacco.
    • For instance, the essential recapitalization of the Coast Guard must meet distinctive Coast Guard operational needs; it must also capture complementarities and synergisms with the Navy.
    • The new arsenals, shipyards, mines, and steelworks operated in a vacuum, with neither infrastructure nor complementarities.
    • We have to be careful lest in a search for cost-effective complementarities between Navy and Coast Guard we underplay the vital point that the first duty of the latter is excellence as a coast guard.
    • Technological complementarities often shape the eventual consequences and productivity of new technologies.
    • Optimal development requires each side to harness their complementarities and use the diversity of views and interests to constructive ends.
    • In contrast, the complementarities between the American and the Chinese economies, although considerable, are not nearly so great.
    • In particular, he sees complementarities between their theories of motivation and suggests that each discipline can learn something from the other.
    • The important factors were the existence of a smooth working relationship and technological complementarity.