Traducción de infinitesimal en Español:


infinitesimal, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌɪnfɪnəˈtɛs(ə)m(ə)l/ /ˌɪnfɪnɪˈtɛsɪm(ə)l/

Ver definición en Español de infinitesimal


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    (very small)
    (quantity/difference) infinitesimal
    (quantity/difference) mínimo
    • I seek leave to table from the New England Journal of Medicine a recent definitive study showing that intellectual impairment of children can occur even with extremely infinitesimal amounts of lead.
    • It was a pause so infinitesimal that I almost didn't catch it, but I knew what I glimpsed.
    • Minute, infinitesimal amounts of chemical contaminants crossing the placenta can cause cancer in young adults decades later.
    • Or maybe, we fear that if we pause for even an infinitesimal second, someone else will grab our place and get ahead?
    • There isn't a single person in all these millions, including the president of the pencil company, who contributes more than a tiny, infinitesimal bit of know-how.
    • He blinked and rapidly adjusted the viewer's dials, but what seemed to be a tiny, almost infinitesimal flashing green light on one end of the diamond, did not disappear.
    • There was an infinitesimal pause before the last word, as the principal tactfully searched for the right word, but an untrained ear wouldn't have noticed it.
    • But now, increasingly, those infinitesimal aspects of everyday life, taken together, are seen to have a broader importance and even might be the keys to a certain kind of political action or subversion.
    • It is fair to say that in the entire North Western area that the level of infrastructural investment has been infinitesimal in comparison to spending on the east coast.
    • And that's critical to the analysis of the solar wind, the particles of which contain infinitesimal traces of the 83 naturally occurring elements.
    • I don't have an explanation - I'd like to have one but I don't - but in the meantime, without evidence, the odds of your position being right are so infinitesimal as to be irrelevant.
    • People worry more about infinitesimal risks they feel are imposed on them than they do about the more important ones they voluntarily bring upon themselves.
    • So, living in London and desperately weak of will, you get poisoned by choice; overwhelming and almost infinitesimal choice.
    • For whatever infinitesimal consolation it may offer, Wellstone could feel the victory coming.
    • The rock is already slipping down by infinitesimal degrees.
    • But the new puritans argue that any risk, no matter how infinitesimal, is intolerable.
    • Really, what I want to do is impossible, for any listing of an endless series is doomed to be infinitesimal.
    • The changes in timing a hit are almost laughably infinitesimal but are utterly crucial to the way the foil is used.
    • There are infinitesimal numbers of cycles of improvement and degradation, one following the other like the phases of waxing and waning moons.
    • Any way you look at it, the number is infinitesimal.
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