Translation of existing in Spanish:


existente, adj.

Pronunciation /ɪɡˈzɪstɪŋ/


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    • The push for growth or reform comes when existing approaches no longer meet all the practical needs of those affected.
    • Military and nuclear preparations add to the existing political hostility.
    • The Health Committee heard very strong evidence that police do use the existing law.
    • The law that was just passed, however, goes an important step beyond the previously existing rules.
    • Plans also include a physical plant addition and sprinkler upgrade to the existing building.
    • They feel already existing structures need not be replaced.
    • You don't need house arrest - you just need the political will to actually enforce the existing law.
    • Second, I welcome confirmation of the serious inadequacies of the existing electoral system.
    • Instead, an enterprise would consume services from an existing network of available services.
    • All three expressed their delight at the news and had fought hard to retain the existing system.
    • The Coalition has pledged to overhaul the current system and even scrap existing plans.
    • One can't simply install the operating system on an existing machine, pop in a couple of peripherals and go.
    • I've found the best method of marketing is to work your existing customers.
    • In order to be useful, this technology must work with existing network infrastructure.
    • He said the company did not want to alienate its existing customer base by pursuing a younger market.
    • Which hardly seems fair since they never offered it to an existing customer like me at a new rate.
    • This regulation has been designed essentially to safeguard existing rail services and customers.
    • New hires must meet these provisions immediately, while existing staff have several years to comply.
    • We think it is necessary to smash the presently existing state.
    • Perhaps best of all, the existing distribution infrastructure can be used for bio-diesel.