Translation of emergency in Spanish:


emergencia, n.

Pronunciation /əˈmərdʒənsi/ /ɪˈməːdʒ(ə)nsi/

See Spanish definition of emergencia

nounplural emergencies

  • 1

    (serious situation)
    emergencia feminine
    (brake/services/measures) (before noun) de emergencia
    it's an emergency es una situación de emergencia
    • in an emergency or in case of emergency en una emergencia / en caso de emergencia
    • emergency landing aterrizaje forzoso
    • emergency rations raciones de reserva
    • Currently there are no universal guidelines for handling in-flight medical emergencies.
    • The policy statement introduces a public health initiative to help schools prepare to handle life-threatening medical emergencies.
    • If they declare a public health emergency, governments can skip the negotiating.
    • The whole of the Gulf Coast has been declared a public health emergency.
    • When Sardinia and Prussia joined the war in July, the assembly declared a national emergency.
    • In times of dire national emergency the president must exercise prerogative power.
    • Could not one analogously argue that the Suspension Clause authorizes suspension in times of dire national emergency?
    • Outbreaks of diarrhoeal diseases are still one of the major public health emergencies in India.
    • Between the hours of 9am and 6 pm these appliances will not be crewed unless a dire emergency arises.
    • What if there's a family emergency at home?
    • Pyloric stenosis is a medical emergency that requires immediate treatment.
    • Similarly, there might be agreement that in medical emergencies treatments could be given in the context of an approved research study without informed consent.
    • Severe blood loss from a bleeding or perforated ulcer is a medical emergency and requires immediate medical attention.
    • Acute pulmonary edema is a medical emergency and requires immediate care.
    • The search for blood and donors would not be alien to anyone who has faced a medical emergency requiring blood transfusion.
    • In addition, any deterioration in mental status or deterioration in physical condition is a medical emergency.
    • Because research evidence for the management of such medical emergencies in primary care is scarce, there is a need for such initiatives to be evaluated.
    • The most severe cases are medical emergencies and require the most skilled care of a physician in hospital to avoid death.
    • Pulmonary hemorrhage is an acute medical emergency that requires prompt diagnosis and treatment.
    • However, our study found the equipment and staff required to manage common medical emergencies are not always available at sites of student assessments.
    • The team carried out emergency operations day and night by torchlight.
    • It said emergency exits were blocked, floors were dirty and there were no female toilets.
    • Bad as this staircase was, the two other emergency exits were worse, McIntyre later said.
    • The regiment will be ready to install the new system during emergency operations by the end of the year.
    • Aviation-Safety has a compilation gallery of emergency exits.
    • All sites had a typical emergency medical services response time of three to 15 minutes.
    • They crashed while trying to make an emergency landing in Jefferson City, Mo.
    • The crippled US plane made an emergency landing on the Chinese island of Hainan.
    • The 737 made an emergency landing at Richmond, pulling up to a gate.
    • For terrorism, they include intelligence, investigation, and emergency response preparedness.
    • Officials of the main labour federation convened an emergency meeting yesterday on the reverberations throughout the economy.
    • Emergency surgery calls for expedited preoperative cardiac assessment and management.
    • A Tory government again invoked emergency powers, against striking rail workers.
    • The state Labor government has threatened to invoke emergency powers to stop the strike going ahead.
    • Should police be able to invoke emergency powers to prevent a terrorist attack, and if so, how?
    • I handled all the emergency calls and extra work.
    • And a year ago, it was extended to offer emergency contraception and condoms.
    • Teachers gave a single lesson on emergency contraception to year 10 pupils.
    • History of depression or depression during pregnancy was not associated with emergency caesarean section.
    • Abigail was born by emergency caesarean in a hospital in Rotherham, says Karen.
  • 2

    urgencia feminine
    (case/operation) (before noun) de urgencia
    the ambulance rushed him to emergency la ambulancia lo llevó a urgencias / a la sala de guardia
    • emergency center servicio de urgencias
    • emergency centre servicio de urgencias
    • emergency ward pabellón de urgencias
  • 3

    a state of emergency was declared se declaró el estado de excepción
    • emergency powers poderes extraordinarios