Translation of constructive in Spanish:

constructive

constructivo, adj.

Pronunciation /kənˈstrəktɪv/ /kənˈstrʌktɪv/

See Spanish definition of constructivo

adjective

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    (criticism/suggestion/advice) constructivo
    she was very constructive about my essay hizo comentarios muy constructivos sobre mi trabajo
    • Comments, advice, suggestions or constructive criticism are especially welcome.
    • Any advice and/or constructive criticism is welcome, as always.
    • Oh, and thank you for all the advice, I love constructive criticism.
    • Plus she's a regular reviewer with some grand advice and constructive criticism.
    • If so, I am opening up myself to constructive criticism or helpful comments.
    • Most of the comments here are delightfully informative, useful or otherwise constructive, and I'm happy to keep it that way!
    • Keeping a murderer in prison costs upwards of £25,000 a year which could be better used for constructive purposes.
    • At the same time, impeding the efforts of soldiers at war serves no constructive purpose.
    • I'd like someone to come up with a van, haul them off and put them to constructive purpose.
    • The question which now must be asked of Teagasc is what constructive purpose do these reports serve.
    • I think that parents should work with schools in a constructive partnership to benefit all parties.
    • He said it was a useful and constructive meeting following on from the previous meeting.
    • I told him he needed to be supportive and indulge me in some positive constructive advice.
    • They must try to profit from experience and constructive advice.
    • Generally speaking, I find the critique to be constructive and useful though largely misguided.
    • Suppose, further, that she attempts to use bulldozers for constructive purposes.
    • Go to work for the day, lose yourself in something constructive, the benefits outweigh the negatives.
    • The trouble with such sites is that it is just as easy for someone vandalise their pages as it is for someone to add something useful or constructive.
    • Authors might rate reviews as useful, creative, constructive, or crucial to their paper.
    • Gendering transport history offers a full, useful and constructive tool of analysis.