Translation of sabbatical in Spanish:

sabbatical

año sabático, n.

Pronunciation /səˈbædək(ə)l/ /səˈbatɪk(ə)l/

noun

  • 1

    (year) año sabático masculine
    (period) período sabático masculine
    to go on sabbatical, to take a sabbatical tomarse un año/un período sabático
    • The paper was written whilst on sabbatical at Pennsylvania State University, where much logistical support and scientific stimulus was given by D. W. Burbank and colleagues.
    • I spent 2 years as a professor at Acadia University replacing those on sabbatical.
    • He thanks P. Hoffman for inviting him to spend his sabbatical at Harvard University, where this paper was completed.
    • And Robredo chose to take a two-year sabbatical to study at Harvard University.
    • Metcalf, 47, is on sabbatical from Lawrence University, in Wisconsin.
    • The project started because I was on sabbatical from the University of California at Davis.
    • This includes scientists and researchers working on government grants or on sabbatical.
    • Early in 1984, David took a short sabbatical to the University of Siena where he worked with other scientists interested in the application of biomarkers to wildlife toxicology.
    • She has been recalled from her sabbatical at the University of California to serve as the senior civilian on a Pentagon taskforce.
    • C. W. Woodworth spent his sabbatical from the University of California, Berkeley, at the University of Nanking in 1918.
    • Many of the most resource-intensive types of activities, such as conference travel and sabbaticals, were available only to full-time instructors.
    • Hearing visiting scholars lecture on general relativity at the university, Weber decided to use his 1955 sabbatical to study the subject in more depth.
    • Prof Malcolm Ludvigsen, a visiting lecturer at York University, took a sabbatical from Linkoping University in Sweden with the intention of finishing his second book.
    • Larrinaga plans to take a year's sabbatical to travel and study.
    • If they choose to go on sabbatical for a full semester, they will receive full pay.
    • In 1990 Bellcore created the idea of a Fellow who would spend a sabbatical at a university.
    • While on sabbatical in 1997, the scientist collected preserved leaves from university and museum collections in Europe and the Americas.
    • I know the only person in my department I have any interest in working with; she will be on sabbatical for the fall semester.
    • A stint as a teaching assistant for an accounting class led him to substitute for the same professor the next year when that professor went on sabbatical.
    • For starters, he not only negotiated full professorship and the Jackman Chair in Philosophy, plus a paid sabbatical.

adjective

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    University
    (year) sabático
    • Only two of the paid sabbatical positions were contested, adding to concerns raised during the hustings that OUSU was failing to display its relevancy to the student body.
    • For the next academic year, the author was on sabbatical leave and hence no data are available for the 1994-1995 year.
    • He added: ‘We can run more sabbatical courses for priests and that would allow us to maintain the facility.’
    • Dean Methuen, 57, who was appointed to Ripon in October 1995, will go on sabbatical leave until he officially leaves Ripon Cathedral at the end of the year.
    • Stephen Stokes is currently on sabbatical leave.
    • However, the dean has been on sabbatical leave since resigning and will officially depart at the end of the year.
    • She was studying in an English school where all the teachers are Americans who are on a sabbatical leave from a different elementary school.
    • Julie Jones, a 26-year-old consultant at Accenture's Chicago office, was among one of the first to sign up for the company's sabbatical program.
    • Many pastors find a new creative outlet during their sabbatical time through painting, pottery, music, or some other previously undiscovered or underdeveloped talent.
    • Anbar decided to take some R&R through his company's sabbatical program, which allows consultants to take one or two months off per year - in addition to vacation time.
    • During a sabbatical term at the Institut des Hautes Études Scientifique in Paris in 1985 she studied Gromov's work on elliptic methods which became the basis for much of her later work.
    • Continuing research initiated during the sabbatical leave of Professor Hildebrand, a series of research projects are exploring the issue of bus safety in Australia.
    • Most of this book was written in a sabbatical semester in the autumn of 2001, and I would like to thank my Head of Department, Professor Noel Thompson, for granting me this leave.
    • I have a male friend who spent a post-tenure sabbatical leave writing his second book as well as caring for his newborn, while his wife returned to her law practice.
    • For instance, during a sabbatical stay in Scotland, a Scotsman kidded me good-naturedly about Americans worshiping cars.
    • Faculty often bounce ideas off each other about potential sabbatical plans, and I certainly was no different in planning mine.
    • But, I also needed a sabbatical experience that would be beneficial for both SFU and myself.
    • As scholar in residence, he will implement the sabbatical program.
    • A Mellon sabbatical grant allowed me to develop and add to the course a laboratory section focused on survey research and participant observation.
    • His studies in a small town in Kansas during two sabbatical leaves at Wichita State University confirmed the structural differences he expected from the literature.
  • 2

    Religion
    sabatino
    sabático
    • What makes the eschatological future available is God's sabbatical celebration, which has been taking place since the foundation of the world.
    • But I have noticed what at least appears to be a disconnect in dietary and Sabbatical laws from the past til now.