Traducción de externally en español:

externally

exteriormente, adv.

Pronunciación /ɪkˈstərnəli/ /ɪkˈstəːn(ə)li/ /ɛkˈstəːn(ə)li/

Ver definición en español de exteriormente

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  • 1

    • 1.1(on the outside)

      exteriormente
      por fuera
      she examined the patient externally hizo un reconocimiento externo del paciente
      • The afflicted person would take the medicine internally and also apply it externally.
      • The oil of St John's Wort can be externally applied to relieve sciatica and other neuralgic pains, including repetitive injuries such as carpal tunnel and tennis elbow.
      • From Day 2 onwards, silver sulphadiazine cream was applied externally on the affected skin surface to prevent secondary infection.
      • A decoction is made and applied externally to the throat.
      • Applied externally, oil of peppermint may help relieve muscle and nerve pain.
      • Used externally, it is an effective remedy for poorly healing wounds, eczema, psoriasis, and skin ulcers.
      • Peppermint, rosemary, and lavender oils soothe externally.
      • If people are viewed externally, devoid of internal character and spirituality, they are stripped of their unique gift and strength.
      • Often these plants will have an externally visible dark discoloration of the stem that extends from the soil-line upward into the canopy.
      • Externally smooth and internally corrugated, the appearance is reminiscent of early aeronautical construction.
      • The event was attended by a huge congregation both within the church itself and externally on the church piazza.
      • Externally, the sweeping roof extends beyond the face of the building to create overhangs that help to prevent glare and shelter the wall from both sun and rain.

    • 1.2

      en apariencia

  • 2

    (by outside agency)
    (vetted/verified) independientemente
    (vetted/verified) por un tercero
    (examined) como alumno libre
    (examined) por libre España
    a lot of our work is done externally gran parte del trabajo lo mandamos a hacer fuera
    • Courses for professional development include support for externally validated qualifications, as well as specific training to enable each staff member to reach their full teaching and learning potential.
    • The wide-ranging research programme is supported by 2,000,000 of externally funded research grants.
    • We will see that the consequences of externally mandated assessments for what happens in workplaces and school systems can be highly problematic.
    • We externally advertised in local papers and the local areas' "Parent's Magazine".
    • The time it has taken highlights the difficulties of trying to recruit externally at that level.