Traducción de intelligence en español:


inteligencia, n.

Pronunciación /ɪnˈtɛlədʒəns/ /ɪnˈtɛlɪdʒ(ə)ns/

Ver definición en español de inteligencia


  • 1

    • 1.1(mental capacity)

      inteligencia femenino
      use your intelligence! ¡utiliza la inteligencia!
      • The authors will all be invited to write for the series because they don't underestimate readers' intelligence nor overestimate their knowledge.
      • Given the talent, intelligence, and skill possessed by Indians, why was their country still weak, still on the margins of international affairs?
      • He points out that where such extreme early deprivation is followed by nurturant care there is some improvement in speech, intelligence and social skills.
      • Now is the time to apply your skills and intelligence to material affairs, and sow the seed that can be reaped at a later date.
      • Blogging's comparative advantage has nothing to do with the alleged superior skills of bloggers or their higher intelligence, quicker wit, or more fabulous physiques.
      • The fear of other people's intelligence and ability applied to the production of goods we consume is not only profoundly wrong but also extremely dangerous.
      • The serpents' wisdom quoted here means shrewd intelligence with perfect knowledge of the position under which one is placed.
      • This doesn't mean men can't do it, it just proves that kneading calls for no special skills, intelligence or ability.
      • At 25, her success has been formidable, but she is oddly unhelpful about applying her reputed intelligence to an understanding of it.
      • Who of them had really considered the thought that mankind with all its technical knowledge and intelligence would lose against the simple powers of nature?
      • Sense of self, physical abilities, ability to interact with others, communication skills and intelligence begin to develop from the age of three.
      • I'm absolutely convinced Sutton's ability, intelligence and experience mean he offers the England squad something they have not got.
      • He is good company, a man of great intelligence and broad knowledge, good humour and acerbic wit.
      • An office boy will not be what he is now if he had education, skills, common sense and intelligence like his boss.
      • For one thing, computers are a pretty intelligent lot, if the measure of intelligence is the ability to absorb, process and recall vast amounts of information.
      • What about emotional intelligence, the ability to understand and listen to yourself and others?
      • But it has mainly been studied in particular patients with profound impairments of memory, despite otherwise normal cognitive ability and intelligence.
      • The reasoning tests assess qualities such as aptitude, cognitive skill, ability, and intelligence.
      • And you talk about five qualities to be successful: integrity, industry, intelligence, knowledge and courage.
      • They address each other by first names, a sign not just of unusual intimacy, but of equality - her intelligence and managerial skills more than compensating for his higher social status.

    • 1.2(intelligent being)

      ser inteligente masculino
      • A professor in Australia wants to study junk DNA sequences to see if they may be descrambled to contain communications from extraterrestrial intelligences.
      • One important aspect of the surge in information-processing ability displayed on Earth in recent years is the way it should revolutionize our ideas about what extraterrestrial intelligences would do.
      • I have a series of dreams in a similar ‘style’, which involve interactions with extra terrestrial intelligences where I seem to be maintaining another life entirely.
      • Meanwhile, belief in extraterrestrial intelligences continues to grow with an almost religious fervour.
      • At least with extraterrestrial intelligences we can guess what might have happened.
      • ‘I don't trust intelligent machines or artificial intelligences,’ Kate finally conceded reluctantly.
      • Or imagine artificial intelligences which are geniuses at lying.
      • But do we have an obligation to allow machine intelligences to evolve into human-like minds?
      • Who knows what intelligences, human or artificial, will in some distant future study these scraps?
      • Inarticulate intelligences have to struggle across the gulf between word and thought; with him, word and thought lead each other on unstoppably.
      • Gibson's writing started out being about artificial intelligences attempting to use rogue computer hackers to not so much take over the world as to earn their own identity within it.
      • Apart from being a tourist attraction, the robot circus at it will amount to the biggest experiment ever in survivalist learning for artificial intelligences.
      • You may be a little puzzled that two of the country's biggest intelligences should be so preoccupied by such a trifling matter as the future of a second-rate footie outfit.
      • We know now that in the early years of the twentieth century this world was being watched closely by intelligences greater than man's and yet as mortal as his own.
      • In Victorian England more calculating intelligences are at work, which ultimately prove fatal for the pirates.
      • I hope the intelligences would be more accurate in pinpointing the real criminals instead of harassing innocents.
      • Worryingly, there seems to be some evidence that these asteroids were sent here by unknown intelligences.
      • For one thing, probably half the people I know believe this world is being watched by alien intelligences.
      • Lipsey enjoys the high grade intelligences that populate the Treasury.
      • What happens when we set out to build artificial intelligences in real life rather than in the movies?

  • 2

    Política Militar
    • 2.1(information)

      inteligencia femenino
      información femenino
      intelligence agent agente de inteligencia agente secreto
      • the intelligence community los agentes de los servicios de inteligencia

    • 2.2(department)

      servicio de información masculino
      servicio de inteligencia masculino
      • And, we don't need Washington to tell us whether Khan was a double agent for Pakistani intelligence.
      • Barbouti is suspected of having been a double agent for British intelligence and the Iraqi regime.
      • Others continued to regard it as a crucial élite and the means by which to defeat British intelligence and secure arms contacts.
      • But the multilayered Maturin, who sometimes dips too often into his own medicine chest, is also a spy for British intelligence.
      • Some suspect that British intelligence was attempting to spy on them.
      • During the Second World War, British intelligence secretly bugged the cells occupied by some of the most senior German army, navy and air force commanders who had been captured by the Allies.
      • US and Iraqi intelligence have not been able to confirm the latest report.
      • He has been in jail ever since, with additional charges of divulging state secrets to British intelligence.
      • The committee's unprecedented trawl through the secret world of British intelligence makes devastating reading for Blair.
      • The bodyguard told Israel intelligence the following secrets.
      • Lozano based his complaint on alleged wiretaps by military intelligence.
      • Her duties also included mediating information-sharing disputes between FBI intelligence and criminal agents.
      • The plans were soon implemented, and it would be most surprising if they were not known at least in a general way to Western intelligence.
      • American intelligence knew Hanoi's general intentions, but was wrong on the estimates of the time and place of the offensive.
      • The Times article accepts the claims of military intelligence at face value.
      • The idea that it will help Chinese intelligence infiltrate America's military secrets seems more than just a little ludicrous.
      • The formal head of Syrian intelligence in Lebanon was greeted with flowers.