Traducción de illiteracy en Español:


analfabetismo, n.

Pronunciación /ɪ(l)ˈlɪdərəsi/ /ɪˈlɪt(ə)rəsi/

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    analfabetismo masculino
    • I will never forget a poster devoted to the eradication of illiteracy.
    • Even in Managua, the Nicaraguan capital, the illiteracy rate is very high.
    • We should therefore make the tackling of illiteracy a priority in 2004.
    • Rural adult illiteracy is a matter of alarming concern.
    • Adult illiteracy fell from 37 percent in 1978 to less than 17 percent in 1999.
    • Illiteracy rates among year three students were cut in half.
    • Functional illiteracy is considered anything less than a seventh-grade reading level.
    • His illiteracy means that he didn't read the warnings on his medication, leading to a dangerous reaction.
    • The surname could also have changed form when migration is combined with illiteracy.
    • The literacy rate for women has stagnated, and, in certain regions, the level of female illiteracy is very high.
    • Standards of education, while high during the 1970s, have slumped dramatically and illiteracy rates have soared.
    • Further, there are social issues that are negatively impacted by this very topic of illiteracy.
    • Rumor has particular currency in Tibet because illiteracy is high, some say, particularly in rural areas.
    • Poverty and illiteracy characterized southern Italy, where two-thirds of the immigrants originated.
    • He emphasised the need for removing illiteracy.
    • The consequences of illiteracy are far reaching.
    • By 1939, illiteracy had been reduced to 12 percent and was less than 1 percent in 2000.
    • Illiteracy is not obvious to casual inspection and may be difficult to detect through simple questioning.
    • When North Korea faced the task of building a new national culture, it faced a serious problem of illiteracy.
    • Illiteracy has a new enemy, and it comes in the shape of the new Miss America.