Translation of paradigm in Spanish:


paradigma, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpɛrəˌdaɪm/ /ˈparədʌɪm/

Definition of paradigma in Spanish


  • 1formal

    (model, example)
    paradigma masculine
    ejemplo masculine
    • Don't get me wrong I can understand having certain rules, methodologies, standards etc, I just don't think these paradigms are a good example.
    • This present campaign is a paradigm of Washington's pattern of accusing others of doing what Washington is planning to do or has already done.
    • He says a creative leap is a new pattern, a new paradigm, a new way of organizing information and energy that has nothing to do with the previous pattern.
    • Meaning smashing old patterns so a new paradigm can arise
    • And yet he always takes art as the paradigm of human activity.
    • People have their own paradigms and certain paradigms deal with gods and powers in different ways.
    • Respondents' ratings were viewed as a reflection of the degree to which their colleges of agriculture had shifted from a teaching paradigm to a learning paradigm.
    • Let me give you an example of why this paradigm about ‘good’ versus ‘bad’ religion is often misleading.
    • One person can share a paradigm with the rest of society, and shift between different paradigms during their lifetime.
    • Wave Three began in the 1980s, as Baby Boomers began to come of age, seeking meaning and purpose in their work, challenging old paradigms, and transforming society.
    • Maverick groups which imitate and model the dominant paradigm may be more likely to survive than those that do not.
    • Anzaldua targets paradigms representing culturally determined roles imposed on individuals and peoples from the outside.
    • At the same time, in the context of post-Communist reforms these two paradigms became compatible and mutually complementing as two parts of a single transition design.
    • The technological paradigm stresses the role of technology and, more widely, of innovation within the current changes taking place in the economic system.
    • This requires a new paradigm regarding the role of schools.
    • The National Screening Committee has recommended a paradigm of informed choice for participants in all screening programmes.
    • There is a need to distinguish two paradigms of’ culture’ in applied linguistics.
    • Religions need to be rescued from their present framework of conflictual relationship and relocated in a paradigm of mutual cooperation.
    • Of course in Britain we've made the choice to live within the paradigm of consumerism.
    • A paradigm of a scientific revolution in Kuhn's sense would be the Copernican revolution.
    • This clash between scientific ideas and paradigms we label science politics.
    • Deism reflected the scientific paradigm of the times in which the world inexorably and thoroughly followed strict mathematical laws of nature.
    • The ID folks are constantly telling us that evolution is failing as a scientific paradigm, and that scientists are jumping ship in droves.
    • Indian psychology doesn't require verification in the modern Western research methodology paradigms.
    • Each living language has implicit in it something analogous to a scientific paradigm, the system of thinking and memory that supports a way of life.
    • Serious consideration of this plan will require a searching exploration, arguably overdue, of the practical implications of alternative paradigms in the theory of economic growth.
    • They are more than theories; they are paradigms or conceptual frameworks that define a field of study, limit our conception of reality, and define an agenda for research and policy-making.
    • In the first three chapters, Aldrich introduces his evolutionary framework and describes how it relates to the major paradigms in organizational theory.
    • Shrinking electronic or mechanical systems further, he says, will inevitably require new paradigms involving quantum theory.
    • In fact, the whole paleosol methodology assumes the uniformitarian paradigm and is geared to interpret paleosols throughout the stratigraphic record.
    • In a sense, Scuglia holds that we have to choose between subcultural textual theory and the prematerialist paradigm of discourse.
    • According to the neoclassical paradigm of economic theory, production conditions are basically the same everywhere.
    • It was also contrary to the neoclassical paradigm with its methodology of equilibrium.
    • Leg blood flow for a given work rate was elevated in the patients with COPD compared with the control subjects during both exercise paradigms.
    • In the vast majority of experimental paradigms, the subject knows what the task is before a stimulus appears.
    • The author makes clear that she isn't interested in defending this list as a six-part paradigm of democratic political theory.
    • It has been argued that the traditional view of the Earth as a nurturing mother was replaced, after the Renaissance, by the scientific, atomistic and reductionist paradigms.
    • Such research may benefit from application of theory and experimental paradigms that have been developed within the areas of mate choice and sexual selection.
    • A contrasting example would be the bending of all scientific research paradigms, but especially those dealing with human psychology, around a Marxist-Leninist agenda, in Soviet Russia.
    • The inquiry itself embodied a pivotal shift in scientific paradigms of disease causation from miasmatic or filth-based models to the germ theory.
  • 2

    paradigma masculine
    • And of course to do that, you do in fact need to learn all those paradigms of verbs and nouns, the amo, amas, amat stuff.
    • Reformers rejected the teaching of modern languages through grammatical paradigms, specimen sentences, and word lists.
    • Chinese has no case distinctions or gender distinctions in the inflectional paradigm of its third person singular pronoun.
    • But derivatives of ferre come from three different words and the paradigm is highly irregular: fero, ferre, tuli, latum.
    • This has forced Jaeggli and Safir to weaken their hypothesis to a one-way implication: if null subjects are allowed in a language, the paradigms in that language must be morphologically uniform.
    • In linguistics, a paradigm is a set of systematically alternating items. A paradigm is complementary to a syntagm, which is a set of items used in systematic combination.