Traducción de continuous en español:


continuo, adj.

Pronunciación /kənˈtɪnjuəs/ /kənˈtɪnjʊəs/

Ver definición en español de continuo


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    (unbroken, constant)
    • But the airport is no longer inactive during the afternoons, as there is continuous movement of flights.
    • There will also be environmental monitoring around the works including additional continuous air monitoring.
    • At the time of tooth bud formation, each tooth begins a continuous movement outward in relation to the bone.
    • Several traffic signals have been removed and there is continuous, easy movement.
    • This position goes against all appearances, which constrain our senses to believe that the sun is in continuous movement around the earth.
    • People with Huntington's disease need to have a high calorie diet because they burn more calories with their continuous movement.
    • He pulled his wand out of his robes and began to concentrate and wave it around with a continuous wrist movement.
    • But perhaps it still admits of a solution which does not require us to deny the possibility of continuous movement.
    • People often lose weight because they have difficulty eating and burn more calories due to the continuous movement.
    • The department of local disaster relief blamed the damaging natural catastrophe on continuous rain in the area in recent days.
    • The residents in the area were faced with continuous flooding on many occasions over a long number of years.
    • This area had been in continuous occupation for over 1,000 years.
    • For the purposes of this book, an urban area is defined as a single continuous and contiguous area of urban development.
    • Neither should life be frittered away because of endless procrastination and continuous introspection.
    • And there is no proper mechanism in place to monitor the fire safety measures in buildings on a continuous basis.
    • During that offensive, there were nine days of continuous bombing over a 60 square mile area.
    • The continuous monitoring of the lake ecology reveals far-reaching changes in its environment.
    • A narrow band of waterside willows is continuous and is bordered on our side by a flat area 20 yards wide, then the floodbank.
    • A comprehensive assessment and continuous monitoring of the effects should be undertaken.
    • Cotton is a crop that requires continuous monitoring for its nutrient requirement.
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    • 2.1Matemáticas

      (function/curve) continuo
      • Accounts of technological development are retrospective stories about continuous advance.
      • A point on the block serves as guide for the repeat impression, so that the design is continuous.
      • The one area of reproduction which can create difficulties in accurate dating is the continuous production of a design over many years.
      • Hang gliders have evolved by continuous improvements on previous designs.
      • The slab is designed as a continuous plate supported by the floor beams and edge girders.
      • Competition is not a good in itself: it is only a good if it achieves continuous improvement in areas that benefit society as a whole.
      • Since then, the area has suffered continuous economic decline.
      • The report and its findings will be used as an agenda for sustained and continuous improvement to enable all our students to develop and prosper.
      • Without continuous and increasing demand, any pure fiat system is dead on arrival.
      • It was called to protest continuous increases in oil and fuel prices.
      • As a rule, in order to sustain a general up-trend in stock prices there must be a continuous increase in money supply.
      • We have now entered an era of continuous rate increases that has no chance of turning back anytime soon.
      • The quay was in many respects a local project, born out of local needs, given the continuous increase in trade and shipping in the port of Izmir.
      • A continuous increase in import prices would mean a fall in real income and a slowdown in personal consumption.
      • The consequences would be a rapid, continuous, and sizable escalation of oil prices in the short and long term.
      • With the continuous increase in the number of graduates, the job situation is getting tougher and tougher.
      • With the continuous increase in the size of herds and flocks pastoralists moved away from the settled areas around Adelaide.
      • The decision to relocate and upgrade the branch was necessitated by the continuous growth of the branch.
      • The company, says Jeter, believes that continuous improvement is vital to its business.
      • In 1873 he gave a continuous function with divergent Fourier series at any point solving a major problem.
      • This means that we can ignore a lot of jumps in functions and integrate them as if they were nice, smooth, continuous functions.
      • He proved strong results on continuous functions containing Sierpinski's curve and wrote several papers on functional spaces.
      • A similar algorithm was later developed which allowed rational approximation of continuous functions defined on an interval.
      • He also studied projective geometry, algebraic curves and continuous groups in lectures given by Gustav Kohn.

    • 2.2Lingüística

      (tense) continuo
      future continuous futuro continuo
      • present continuous presente continuo


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    the continuous el continuo