Translation of scientist in Spanish:


científico, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsaɪəntəst/ /ˈsʌɪəntɪst/


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    científico masculine
    científica feminine
    research scientist investigador científico
    • most of my college friends were scientists la mayoría de mis amigos de la universidad estudiaban ciencias
    • As much as our scientists would love to study these things, people are in danger and we need to fight back.
    • My father was a scientist studying the virus and when Diana got it he devoted his life to finding a cure.
    • The scientists in their study said humans are especially unique in their ability to put off instant rewards.
    • We are talking here not about scientists in general but about research scientists.
    • The scientists called for more research to identify the chemicals responsible.
    • This includes scientists and researchers working on government grants or on sabbatical.
    • These busy men do not have time to research and depend on scientists that are not looking at the facts thoroughly enough.
    • Even university or government research scientists are not in a much better situation.
    • To be sure, social scientists have long been interested in the role of imitative behaviors.
    • She said forensic scientists have known for about five years that fingerprints contain DNA.
    • One would not have to be a political rocket scientist to understand why.
    • Forensic scientists believe she was aged between 20 and 40 and a non-smoker.
    • Moreover, many eminent scientists do not believe this context to be important.
    • Leading scientists around the world believe the group's claim is a hoax.
    • Are you safe from these unpredictable new diseases leading scientists are discovering every day?
    • Every penny raised goes to help scientists who are working to cure cancer.
    • Soon before he retired he was ranked number one amongst government scientists in the field of genetic engineering.
    • As chemistry and chemical theories became more sophisticated, scientists were able to better identify and produce various materials.
    • The sudden disappearance of the dinosaurs has baffled scientists for many years.
    • Phenomena like sleepwalking and dream deprivation have baffled scientists for years.