Translation of plural in Spanish:


en plural, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈplʊrəl/ /ˈplʊər(ə)l/

See Spanish definition of pluralista


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    (noun/verb) en plural
    plural form plural
    • The first and second words could be either plural nouns or singular-inflected verbs.
    • The first person plural possessive pronoun ‘our’ is occasionally used in lieu of an article in order to denote a certain universality.
    • I've corrected this post to reflect that ‘Sims’ is plural.
    • Conversely, Russian has a complex plural system in which the morphological markers for sets of two, three, and four differ from those for five through ten.
    • Lice is the plural form of louse.
    • Kant's use of the first person plural is a device of a very special character.
  • 2

    Politics Sociology
    (society/economy) pluralista
    • The countrymen prefer a diverse and plural India.
    • The many migrations since the war have set Britain on the path to becoming a plural and diverse society.
    • In a country as diverse and plural as India, a wide range of demands are always going to arise that will have to be recognised, accommodated, and to some extent satisfied, if the polity is to survive.
    • But the concept that there is a person around whom we could all unite, who could articulate a vision to which we would all be willing to sign up flies in the face of any understanding of Australia as a plural, diverse democracy.
    • Human diversities are widely plural and their histories complex.
    • The pressing need of our age is to found a public sphere that would cherish subjectivity, where plural experiences of cultures would correspond to diverse inner lives.


  • 1

    plural masculine
    in the plural en plural
    • Likewise, the King regularly calls the disputants, his subjects, thou in the singular and you in the plural.
    • In the plural, they can refer to members of the person's family.