Translation of detection in Spanish:


descubrimiento, n.

Pronunciation /dəˈtɛkʃ(ə)n/ /dɪˈtɛkʃ(ə)n/


  • 1

    (of error)
    descubrimiento masculine
    they minimized the chances of detection redujeron al mínimo las posibilidades de ser descubiertos
    • she hoped that it would escape detection tenía la esperanza de que pasara desapercibido / inadvertido
    • detection work investigaciones
    • There should be an effective treatment or intervention for patients identified through early detection.
    • Other property owners, tenants or landlords have failed to provide any smoke or fire detection systems.
    • Prostate cancer presents major challenges for early detection through screening.
    • It allows more patients to be seen sooner and this rapid assessment can lead to the earlier detection of serious illness.
    • This would mean faster and more accurate detection and identification of substances.
    • Facilities for early detection and intervention woefully fall short of requirements.
    • The sniffer bees have an expert natural detection system and could be used to find truck bombs and land mines.
    • In my case, due to early detection, my diabetologist was able to follow a holistic approach.
    • This toxin molecule is so tiny that it often eludes detection by the immune system.
    • Future applications for my robot include automated vacuum cleaning and fire and intrusion detection.
    • However, the detection and identification of a drug in a blood sample indicates clear current exposure to that drug.
    • A part of the stool sample was processed for the detection of bacterial pathogens.
    • Earlier this year the school did not pass parts of the fire risk assessment due to inadequate smoke detection alarms.
    • A wireless leak detection and automatic water shutoff system can save you lots of hassle in this case.
    • She needed to establish a system that could not be tampered electronically without detection.
    • As of last week, some 23,000 cattle had been tested, with no detection of the disease.
    • The final cause of the process is that the chameleon should escape detection by its predators.
    • This utility could be of particular value as part of an intrusion detection system.
    • Scientific experts say many lives could have been saved if there had been an early detection of tsunamis.
    • So they try to exploit the detection and learning systems of their predators to make mistakes as unlikely as possible.
  • 2

    (of substance, event)
    detección feminine