Translation of unitary in Spanish:


unitario, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈjunəˌtɛri/ /ˈjuːnɪt(ə)ri/

See Spanish definition of unitario


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    a unitary state/government un estado/gobierno unitario
    • This account refutes the common myths that portray idiocy in colonial America as a unitary concept and it contradicts the notion that the settlers' views on idiocy changed markedly during the colonial period.
    • This was a large-scale Utopian vision, based on the possibility of constructing a new city guided by the concepts of unitary urbanism.
    • It is likely that alcohol abuse is not a unitary concept, and that different instruments measure different aspects of alcohol abuse.
    • It assumes that all colonists had a unitary concept of idiocy.
    • It does not represent a single unitary concept of liability.
    • The concepts of pooled funding or a unitary source of funding theoretically offer a solution to the federal/state divide.
    • Chapter two goes even further, attacking the ‘American master narrative’ that is described as monolithic and unitary.
    • Social support was not a unitary construct exerting a uniformly positive effect on outcomes.
    • It is also clear, however, that this is not a unitary or monolithic phenomenon.
    • Thinkers such as Lyotard and Foucault who attempt to give the margins a voice are thus working at undermining this unitary image of the West, reducing its one monolithic history to a plurality of minor histories.
    • A homogenising and unitary use of the culture concept by anthropologists was in some measure a product of their self-representation in the political context of universities at the time.
    • By doing so, she challenges the concept of English as a unitary, linear, and continuous entity and invites readers to engage with cultural translation.
    • In its dealings with Latin America, the US was never as coherent, unitary and rational an actor as was often portrayed from the South, but the pluralism of the US has become much more pronounced in recent years.
    • The process of defining oneself is relative, necessarily weaving the threads of the past and the present as well as the self and non-self into a unitary cloth.
    • Not so very different, after all, from the fundamentalists back home who are forever devising Procrustean means to arrive at unitary cultural identities.
    • One reason that it is difficult for people in England to come to terms with how history is seen in Northern Ireland is that the English have for so long been accustomed to a unitary account of their own conflicts.
    • Personalities are not unitary, folks, and you don't know the whole of a person based on one album, no matter how confessional it may seem.
    • Unlike Geertz's 1966 definition, the type of symbolic participation I am pointing to here does not involve the inculcation of a unitary or unified cultural style.