Traducción de demise en Español:


fallecimiento, n.

Pronunciación /dəˈmaɪz/ /dɪˈmʌɪz/

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  • 1formal

    • 1.1eufemismo (death)

      fallecimiento masculino formal
      deceso masculino América Latina formal
      upon his demise tras su fallecimiento
      • At the heart of the new measures is a disturbing video charting the demise and death of a heroin victim.
      • Why highlight the tragic demise of one woman, and gloss over the deaths of the 14 men?
      • And that is the real story of the tragic demise of Liam Lawlor.
      • My lament, you see, stems from the tragic demise of one of the most influential professional couples in all of the film world.
      • Added to that was the sudden demise of his father.
      • He had to shift to Ludhiana to manage the shop here after the sudden demise of his father.
      • According to his nephew, the sudden demise of his uncle was a shock to the family, as he seemed to be in good health during the election on Monday.
      • His demise would not be as shocking as the death that has plunged his government into its most troubling crisis.
      • Another aspect of a tragic hero is an unwavering course of action, most likely caused by their flaw, that brings about their demise and the demise of those around them.
      • I think the thing that drives these people are their characters, as in Greek tragedies, the fatal flaw of their characters, that either causes their demise or the demise of others.
      • ‘It was shocking to learn the sudden demise of Mr. Koo,’ the newspaper quoted the message as saying.
      • The sad demise of the innocent young men in tragic circumstances was no doubt tragic and will be mourned by not only their family and friends but the entire nation.
      • The causes for each species' evolutionary transformations and eventual demise are as carefully related as are the details of the lives of its members.
      • I am satisfied that I have only been given a very partial account by Mr Doshi of the causes of Wines' demise.
      • After all, it's human nature to avoid dealing with things that entail planning for your own demise.
      • The courtier had, in essence, brought his own demise the moment he drew his sword on his own brother.
      • Her demise a few minutes later is hard to believe, since she is the scariest thing in the movie.
      • The young woman undergoes a transformation after Martin's demise and comes to detest even daylight, staying in the darkness of her bungalow in a remote high-range hamlet.
      • A difficulty unanticipated by the couple, and, indeed by the legislators, may arise as a result of the recipient's unfortunate demise.
      • My ignorance of his demise may have caused offence, and I apologize for that.

    • 1.2(end)

      desaparición femenino
      • What is the reason for the apparent demise of the central institution of democracy, parliament?
      • As many as 600 ships a year carried away charcoal made from South Lakeland's woods, but the demise of the industry and the coming of the railway in 1856 brought a dramatic decline.
      • The services sector is all some regions in the UK have left after the demise of the manufacturing industry.
      • Interest rate rises will impact on the recovery of the manufacturing industry, the demise of which is a key cause of the regional poverty exposed in your article.
      • This short film looks at the demise of the fishing industry both in Newfoundland and Ireland and is described as a very moving artistic documentary.
      • Business analysts are now predicting the imminent demise of several important industries as a result of the abolition act.
      • But those days are long gone and the demise of its heavy industry remains the most poignant reminder of the city's former greatness.
      • Some 18 months ago Kelan survived a squeeze on the electronics industry which saw the demise of many other circuit board makers.
      • Miners' welfare clubs will be placed at the forefront of regenerating communities hit hard by the demise of the coal industry.
      • The demise of our fishing industry in recent years has resulted in constant high unemployment and emigration from our islands.
      • He believes the plan will play an important part in regenerating a town which has been in decline ever since the demise of the mining industry.
      • Many experts, pro- and anti-gun, believe that if even one of the lawsuits had succeeded, it would have led to the demise of the handgun industry.
      • He said his ministry was concerned at the demise of industries in the country and would try to put up measures that would help resuscitate them.
      • The voiceprint's demise as a valuable forensic tool has resulted in a broader decline in the interest in voice identification techniques generally.
      • These requirements can cause a major impact on a company's business, and in some cases may lead to a company's demise if not met properly.
      • Within the week, he and his Democratic colleagues in the Senate will contribute to the legislation's demise.
      • The rapid demise of the quoted property company coincides with the equally rapid rise of interest in bricks and mortar by UK banks.
      • As the recent demise of the bankruptcy reform bill illustrates, even the most delicate compromises can fall apart.
      • Perhaps more pointedly, the backlash to the law had contributed to the defeat of John Adams and to the ultimate demise of the Federalist Party.
      • She disagrees the license fee caused the network's demise.

  • 2

    transferencia en arrendamiento femenino
    • First, where a landlord let premises by demise to a tenant, he was regarded as parting with all control over them.
    • Sandy Lane was not included in the demise but the lease included a grant of a right of way over it for all purposes.
    • From about April 1990 the issue whether the Yellow land was to be included in any demise dominated the exchanges between the parties.
    • Obviously he did not believe that he occupied the box room as part of his demise.
    • Although called a charge, the lender is deemed to be in the same position as if he had been granted a mortgage by demise.

verbo transitivo

  • 1

    (transfer by lease)
    transferir en arrendamiento
    the demised premises el inmueble arrendado
    • The document itself is at page 1126 in volume 5, and it looks like a common or garden lease demising an interest in land, conferring exclusive possession, for the special purpose of cultivation and grazing.
    • The whole of the premises demised by the Lease is used for the purpose of a business carried on by the Applicant.
    • The lease of Flat 3 was the only lease which included a box room in the premises demised.
    • As we have already seen, the definition of the demised premises in the lease expressly includes the shop units, save for the purposes of the rent review provisions.
    • Then you will see the words: by these present demise and lease unto the lessee the natural surface of the land.
  • 2

    (transfer by legacy)
    transmitir por sucesión