Translation of terminology in Spanish:


terminología, n.

Pronunciation /ˌtərməˈnɑlədʒi/ /ˌtəːmɪˈnɒlədʒi/

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nounplural terminologies

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    terminología feminine
    • Tea terminology is a matter of concern to tea drinkers and also to cooks who are using tea as a flavouring.
    • Students were required to perform individual self study of medical terminology.
    • Consumers may well be confused by the technical terminology surrounding lighting.
    • I'd like journalists to be as creative as songwriters and come up with some new terminology.
    • This new terminology did not, however, replace the old terms of female and male sex hormones.
    • Such changes in medical terminology often reflect new cultural attitudes.
    • So I can illustrate those mindsets by using more familiar western terminologies and that sort of thing.
    • We need a distributed way, he said, to provide organizing terms and terminologies and deploy them on the Web.
    • So for all you ladies out there with a need to know, here are some of football's general terminologies explained.
    • I realise that the army's history and terminology is an unknown jungle to many.
    • Because our inability to make head or tail of complex financial terminology may be hitting us where it hurts most - in our pockets.
    • The two subjects have developed such completely different disciplines and terminologies that it is hard to think of them together.
    • Classifying business models based on these viewpoints creates confusion because the interests of individual observers vary and so do the terminologies they use.
    • Many aspects of museum Web sites require visitors to understand the specialized terminologies and controlled vocabularies used by museum professionals.
    • So far, attempts to create universal terminology standards or automate the translation between different terminologies have met with limited success, Kaufman says.
    • Many new terminologies have evolved in recent times related to the reportage of HIV / AIDS, which are neutral, non-judgemental and positive.
    • This development is still continuing daily, as new cases are decided with different terminologies being used by counsel and the judiciary.
    • As in many other areas, both of social science and of popular discourse, there are competing terminologies and conceptual schemes in terms of which diversity and difference are described and explained.
    • Priests, teachers, doctors, politicians have their own library of phrases and terminologies that seem designed to obfuscate rather than to clarify and it's all part of a spin to deflect from the evidence.
    • Words and terminologies that were once accepted or unquestioned are now being changed in all languages because over a period of time these words have lost their original meaning and acquired negative connotations.