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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el cifrado unívoco
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n.
el cifrado unívoco
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"univoco": examples and translations in context
una voz unívoca a nivel global; a single voice on the world stage,
Etiquetados correctamente, los productos de estos sectores son identificables de manera unívoca para todas las aplicaciones. Properly labelled, the products from these sectors are clearly declared for all applications.
No obstante, no existe ninguna definición reconocida e unívoca de bienestar animal. However, there is no recognised unambiguous definition of animal welfare.
Internamente, el sistema identifica a los procesos de forma unívoca con un número. Internally, the system identifies processes with a unique number, called the process ID, or PID...
Esperamos a este respecto una declaración rápida y unívoca. We are hoping for an unequivocal statement on this at an early date.
Estos representantes presentarán sus opiniones al GC de manera unívoca. These representatives present their view to the AG in a uniform way.
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