Translation of exemplar in Spanish:


modelo, n.

Pronunciation /ɪɡˈzɛmplər/ /ɪɡˈzɛmplɑr/ /ɪɡˈzɛmplə/ /ɛɡˈzɛmplə/

See Spanish definition of modelo


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    modelo masculine
    ejemplo masculine
    • Most exemplars implemented the integrated model of care and gained valuable experience of building local partnerships.
    • The political oblivion that encompassed the end of Billy Hughes' career remains a moral exemplar to any pollie who dares to go there.
    • Have we forgotten the moral exemplar set by Christ when he scourged the traders in the temple of Jerusalem?
    • Not by denying or counterattacking, but by being exemplars of leftist ideals.
    • And in Colonial America, fathers were expected to be the moral exemplars and preceptors of the family.
    • Each culture has a worldview encased in a variety of myths, practices, rites, and moral exemplars.
    • Mickelson has become the leading exemplar of the new tour style of all-out assault.
    • However, it requires refinement and reformulation grounded in empirical analysis of exemplars or ideal types.
    • Nominations of ideal exemplars were solicited by the instructor before the topic of intelligence was covered in lectures.
    • Issues of impression management and time availability no doubt alter the emerging pattern of exemplars.
    • Yet her role as a social exemplar has not received due attention; for instance, her refusal to marry.
    • In being the leader, you are the exemplar - the most outstanding example for your organization.
    • But these are far from being exemplars of sound forest management, and an unmanaged wilderness forest can be a weapon of mass destruction.
    • Although the drug companies portray themselves as exemplars of free enterprise, they operate in nothing like a private market.
    • But the WEA was something different, having all these initiatives behind it as exemplars, but aiming at much more ambitious targets.
    • Londoners have long been exemplars for the rest of us in how to face such danger from bullying cowards unflinchingly and with iron resolve.
    • What is surprising and shocking is that some religious people, who should be exemplars, are engaged in the business of keeping one or more wives.
    • Global maritime commercial powers, of which Britain and America are both exemplars, tend to fight two types of war.
    • We have our own British exemplars too: Orwell above all.
    • In her search for historical and literary exemplars of heroic women, Terry Castle may find some reward in looking back to the ancient Greeks.