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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
La cooperación no es algo unívoco: debe haber reciprocidad. Cooperation was not a one-way street: there must be reciprocity.
Estos representantes presentarán sus opiniones al GC de manera unívoca. These representatives present their view to the AG in a uniform way.
Las soluciones globales a largo plazo no son simples ni unívocas. There is no simple long-term, comprehensive solution.
No obstante, no existe ninguna definición reconocida e unívoca de bienestar animal. However, there is no recognised unambiguous definition of animal welfare.
Y no creo que haya ninguna verdad unívoca. There isn't any one truth.
Y no creo que haya ninguna verdad unívoca. I don't think there is such a thing as the truth.
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