Traducción de elapse en español:


transcurrir, v.

Pronunciación /əˈlæps/ /ɪˈlaps/

Ver definición en español de transcurrir

verbo intransitivo

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    • A few more moments passed in a seamless elapse of time until the deep metal sound of the ending bell was heard.
    • It is also true that eight and a half years have now elapsed since the proceedings were commenced.
    • As more time elapsed, my chances of survival would grow progressively slim.
    • Under Indonesia's complex impeachment rules, three months must elapse before a second censure motion can be passed.
    • Surely an anniversary is not a matter of discretion, but determined by the stipulated period of time elapsing in its usual and inalterable course?
    • With almost a decade elapsing between the initial stages and money in the till, surely it's hard to predict what the public will favour in the future?
    • Various factors, including the time elapsing between any remarks and the trial, can affect this.
    • Speed is certainly of the essence in the mobile registration exercise if the targeted five million voters are to be captured before the designated 21 day period elapses.
    • Once a 30-day period elapses, the documentation will be used to announce a tender for construction of a railway bridge needed for the ring road.
    • A considerable time often elapses before the Home Office makes a decision on individual cases, and it is on these that this article will primarily focus.
    • As time elapses, the team that covers the most laps wins.
    • She says this gets more difficult as time elapses.
    • The electronic system will send an automatic text message to the car owner 10 minutes before the parking time elapses.
    • Experts tell us that with missing persons cases, the more that time elapses, the colder the case becomes.
    • This base score is multiplied if the alliance clocks out before the two-minute match elapses.
    • There is nothing, though, to stop people in these categories from going along again when that time elapses.
    • A period of time elapses before the full effects of your action is felt.
    • However, as time elapses, little is done to improve or set a solidified path toward upgrading.
    • The law effectively discourages new owners from investing in repairs before a year elapses.
    • Occasionally events build upon each other, then the tension elapses in a natural way.