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
Pero, Señorías, tales situaciones unívocas, lamentablemente, son excepcionales. The only thing is, ladies and gentlemen, that such black-and-white situations are unfortunately rare.
una voz unívoca a nivel global; a single voice on the world stage,
Estos representantes presentarán sus opiniones al GC de manera unívoca. These representatives present their view to the AG in a uniform way.
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.
Cada fuente sellada de actividad elevada esté identificada por un número unívoco. Each high-activity sealed source is identified by a unique number.
De ahí la pregunta clara y unívoca sobre la enmienda de compromiso que se ha presentado ahora. It is for this reason that I asked my absolutely clear and unequivocal question about the new compromise amendment on the table.
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