Translation of self-determination in Spanish:


autodeterminación, n.

Pronunciation /ˈˌsɛlf dəˌtərməˈneɪʃən/ /ˌsɛlfdɪtəːmɪˈneɪʃ(ə)n/

See Spanish definition of autodeterminación


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    autodeterminación feminine
    • Broadly speaking, they see their struggle as part of the still unfulfilled quest for self-determination and for genuine sovereignty.
    • Many people from across the spectrum sacrificed for the goal of self-determination and the independence of Namibia.
    • Aboriginal sovereignty and self-determination are key ideas for you.
    • They would do better to remind their friends that there can be no democracy without genuine sovereignty and self-determination.
    • What meaning can democracy have if it is unaccompanied by self-determination and sovereignty?
    • Autonomy and self-determination are still little more than ideals that can inspire.
    • Many people with whom he spoke in the provinces had expressed a desire for self-determination and perhaps autonomy.
    • The demand for the right to self-determination, or even independence, must not only be made for negative reasons.
    • What they recognize is the struggle of our people for self-determination.
    • The right of national self-determination implied by full recognition will be hard for them to accept.
    • For international politics, popular sovereignty implied both national sovereignty and self-determination.
    • In the process, there will be little scope for the exercise of freedom, civil rights and self-determination.