Traducción de quantum en Español:


cuantía, n.

Pronunciación /ˈkwɑn(t)əm/ /ˈkwɒntəm/

Ver definición en Español de cuantía

nombreplural quanta

  • 1formal

    cuantía femenino
    the quantum of satisfaction el grado de satisfacción
    • Assessing his prospects of success in those claims and the quantum of any damages requires many of the underlying issues to be tested or tried.
    • Counsel for the plaintiffs submits that the quantum of damages should be assessed in the amount of $20,000.00 for each of the plaintiffs.
    • It points out at line 15 that the first matter to be determined on an application under the section is: the quantum of common law damages which would have been recoverable had they been sued for.
    • It follows that the quantum of damages in private nuisance does not depend on the number of those enjoying the land in question.
    • The other issue is the quantum of spousal support payable from the respondent to the applicant.
    • The authorities give judges no help in directing juries on the quantum of exemplary damages.
    • Courriere denies the plaintiff's allegations and disputes the quantum of damages in his statement of defence.
    • The parties agreed the Minutes of Settlement would be filed with the court and that the court would be asked to stipulate, in any reasons for judgment, the agreement as to the quantum of damages.
    • The agreement reached is akin to the kind of agreement frequently reached in litigation where a defendant accepts liability but not causation of damage nor the quantum of the loss claimed.
    • The dispute is as to the nature of the work that would be required to put the premises into that condition, and as to the quantum of the damage suffered by the claimant by reason of the breaches of those covenants.
    • That judgment reflected a reduction in the agreed quantum of damages suffered by the plaintiff.
    • In effect, Dr. Rosen did not give a report on the quantum of damages suffered by the plaintiff.
    • Counsel for the Defendants denies liability and contests the quantum of damages.
    • The quantum of support requires a finding as to the income of the Respondent.
    • Under Bill 164 the only issue is the quantum of general damages in light of his injuries.
    • If the plaintiff proved that he had lost a real or substantial chance as opposed to a speculative one the evaluation of that chance was part of the assessment of the quantum of damage.
    • How is the quantum of user damages to be assessed?
    • The precise quantum of the damages was a relatively minor point in this action and should not be difficult to resolve.
    • It would just be a case where an issue of liability has been determined; the quantum of the damage has not.
    • We also require details of the quantum of the claim including a breakdown of the elements of the costs and how they have been incurred.
    • You would need to go the second step and, in addition, you would need to know the quantum of the shares.
    • Haryana has a sense of grievance at the non-completion of the SYL canal and the consequent non-availability of the quantum of waters allocated to it.
    • The quantum and the interest rate are not known, according to sources in the banking industry.
    • The quantum of interest rates we appear to be looking at I think is already factored into the market, " Hughes-Hallett said.
    • The quantum of storage allocated to the user must be increased or decreased as usage changes, and these real-locations must be transparent to the application.
    • During the current year, the Zone's quantum of exports has grown 30 per cent to touch nearly Rs.225 crores.
    • In the meanwhile, the quantum of water released to the Indira Gandhi Canal was also increased, he said.
    • In the same article he takes the definition of a ‘ration’ from the New Shorter Oxford Dictionary as a fixed quantum of health care per person.
    • Most of the residents of the area are now keen on setting up vermi compost and aerobic compost units on their premises, which reduce the quantum of garbage that is pushed out into the general pool of city waste.
    • Its next best performance was in 1998 when the quantum of floodwater released touched a high of 10 lakh cusecs.
    • Acknowledgement represents the smallest quantum of human interaction.
    • ‘We expect to increase the quantum of shrimp exports in future,’ he said.
    • If at all some relief is to be given to marginal farmers, the quantum of free power and/or the land holdings must be specified.
    • In an obvious departure from Dickens these stores always included quanta of Americana.
  • 2

    cuanto masculino
    quántum masculino
    (before noun) cuántico
    • This excess energy is emitted in quanta of electromagnetic radiation (photons of light) that have exactly same energy as the difference in energy between the orbits jumped by the electron.
    • Bohr realized that the idea of a quantum of energy could explain how the electrons in the atom are arranged.
    • To drop from a higher to a lower, it emitted a quantum of energy.
    • As they moved closer to the nucleus, the electrons would begin emitting their quanta of energy as light.
    • Electrons move from one orbital into another by absorbing or emitting a quantum of energy, just as Bohr explained.


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