univoco translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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unívoco

  
      adj  
[palabra, término]  
univocal, monosemous  
[correspondencia]  
one-to-one
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adj.
univocal
adj.
1) one-to-one, 2) univocal
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'univoco' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
n.
el cifrado unívoco
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n.
el cifrado unívoco
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n.
el cifrado unívoco
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"univoco": examples and translations in context
Que sea posible redactar solicitudes claras, unívocas y sencillas. So that clear, unequivocal and straightforward applications can be submitted.
Indica de forma unívoca la escala de calificación. Identifies uniquely the scale of the rating.
No obstante, no existe ninguna definición reconocida e unívoca de bienestar animal. However, there is no recognised unambiguous definition of animal welfare.
Esto no significa que menospreciemos a su representante sino que necesitamos que nos dé personalmente unas declaraciones claras y unívocas. I do not wish to imply any lack of respect for his deputies, but we do need a clear and unambiguous statement from Mr Fischler himself.
Son aspectos importantes, pero, desde una perspectiva europea, demasiado unívocos. From a European perspective, these things are important, but the approach is too narrow and one-sided.
Pero, Señorías, tales situaciones unívocas, lamentablemente, son excepcionales. The only thing is, ladies and gentlemen, that such black-and-white situations are unfortunately rare.
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