Translation of consortium in Spanish:


consorcio, n.

Pronunciation /kənˈsɔrdiəm/ /kənˈsɔrʃ(i)əm/ /kənˈsɔːtɪəm/

nounplural consortia, plural consortiums

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    consorcio masculine
    • It would move the commissioning of care to local authorities, giving democratic control of the health service to locally elected people, with council consortiums commissioning more complex services.
    • Examples of hybrid organizations include joint ventures and consortia that maximize resources, particularly information exchange between organizations.
    • This would create opportunities for Irish syndicates and consortiums.
    • With this in mind, it is believed that a number of consortiums are being organised by development land agents at present.
    • Major automobile manufacturers are setting up consortiums for Internet-enabled procurement of auto-assembly materials.
    • The government received 13 expressions of interest to build a second terminal, many of them from international consortia.
    • In the computer and consumer electronics industries, such consortiums are often integral in getting new technologies off the ground.
    • The six consortiums all had foreign telecoms expertise, substantial financial backing from both foreign and Irish sources and a recognisable Irish presence on the ground.
    • Each of the six consortiums had powerful foreign telecoms members, large financial support from both international and Irish sources and each included an Irish member.
    • The foreign sales of weapons manufacturing know-how led to the emergence of international consortiums that set up base in many countries of the world.
    • None of the six consortiums has been told to work within specific financial limits and the real extent of the expenditure involved will only emerge when they submit their bids.
    • The meetings between the project team which oversaw the competition and the defeated consortiums took place in the late spring of 1996.
    • Such a case would only come after a successful lawsuit against the government by one of the consortiums that failed to secure the licence in 1995.
    • In the twentieth century geological surveys over land and sea areas by national institutions and international consortia of oil companies have covered most of the western half of the Arctic basin.
    • Evidence showing an association between funding and research outcomes is drawn largely from analysing studies with single sponsors rather than consortia of multiple sources.
    • When the project is finished, the consortium breaks up and the separate partners may find themselves competing, possibly in different consortia, for the next project.
    • The evaluations will be undertaken by consortia of academic criminologists.
    • Many are forming consortia to share the pain if deals go sour.
    • For the first time, we're seeing consortiums of competitors come together to work toward eliminating complexity.
    • This was done for fear of leaving the government open to legal action from the various components of the unsuccessful consortia.