Translation of explicit in Spanish:


explícito, adj.

Pronunciation /ɪkˈsplɪsɪt/ /ɛkˈsplɪsɪt/

See Spanish definition of explícito


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    (instructions/statement) explícito
    (denial/refutation) categórico
    (denial/refutation) rotundo
    sexually explicit sexualmente explícito
    • she was quite explicit on this point fue muy explícita / categórica en cuanto a ese punto
    • he described it in explicit detail lo describió muy gráficamente
    • To ensure consistency, several definitions were made explicit before data entry began.
    • The methodologies employed are not only made explicit, but discussed in some detail, albeit at times anecdotally.
    • At least one has even made explicit reference to the use of nuclear bombs, albeit as a retaliatory measure.
    • A narrative is implied, but never made explicit.
    • Although his condition is never made explicit, the Swindon teenager shows all the signs of having Asperger's.
    • It is not to my present purpose to consider how such an explicit definition of the notion of a sense-datum might be formulated.
    • It's clearly an explicit miscarriage of justice, and I'm glad to see that these young guys are being free.
    • Others make more explicit the objectives to which the government should devote itself.
    • During the initial days after the diagnosis, your patient or the parents may need very explicit instructions.
    • The ransom note is very explicit on what he's going to do.
    • I have explicit instructions not to share that with you right now.
    • A number of instructional texts make explicit reference to the difficulties of learning Thai.
    • In 2003 the Justice Minister gave his explicit consent for the adoption of 595 children.
    • You may use my personal information - but only with my explicit permission.
    • The contract with the writer is very explicit, he explains.
    • The area of this part can be found once we have an explicit description of its graph.
    • Plekhanov's program did not represent an explicit disavowal of socialist objectives.
    • Assumptions are explicit statements describing the present and future environment.
    • In this section, we describe these forms of explicit prejudice.
    • Taking examples from actual primary care practice, Launer presents the techniques in a clear, explicit fashion.