Translation of diversification in Spanish:


variedad, n.

Pronunciation /dəˌvərsəfəˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/ /daɪˌvərsəfəˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/ /dʌɪvəːsɪfɪˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/

See Spanish definition of variedad


  • 1

    (change, variety)
    variedad feminine
    • In effect, private accounts reduce the extent of retirement income diversification, exposing workers to greatly increased risk.
    • The movie also ignores the reality of the ethnic diversification of the American South in recent years.
    • Agricultural goods continued to be the primary source of employment and exports in most African countries, with little diversification.
    • But make sure to pick funds with skilled managers that add diversification to your portfolio.
    • This wet/dry cycle has existed for centuries, leading to the diversification of tree species within the swamp.
    • The project's components include rural enterprise development and finance, crop diversification, and institutional support.
    • Popular music has undergone increasing fragmentation and diversification, a process symptomatic of wider social and cultural trends.
    • On a genetic standpoint, it is to create variation and diversification in the gene pool.
    • More clients are choosing to retain existing staff, rather than recruiting new staff, through role rotation, role diversification and internal promotion.
    • In the colonial era, periods of spatial expansion, demographic concentration, regional diversification and volatility alternated with the reverse.
  • 2

    diversificación feminine
    • We have been mindful of the need to balance business diversification opportunities with the necessity to abide by the rules of the scheme.
    • Predictably, perhaps, the industry's successive waves of expansion and diversification have been led by its major corporate players.
    • In 1981, the company reversed course again and returned to diversification and consumer goods.
    • The company's success can be traced back to its early days in the late 1980s when it adopted a strategy of acquisition and diversification.
    • In this way, using the device of acquiring and divesting subsidiary companies, the policy of large companies has alternated between diversification and focusing.
    • Group chief executive Calnan said the company's results were an endorsement of its diversification strategy over the last few years.
    • Diversification means we can move products into the highest value markets.
    • At this stage the prospects for earnings growth from the bank's own organic diversification programme look uncertain.
    • Critical to future success will be the implementation of the board's ambitious plans for overseas diversification.
    • Japanese firms have a talent for diversification.