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vigencia  

      sf  
1    (=validez)   validity, applicability  
[+de contrato]  
term, life  
[+de ley, reglamento]  
operation  
entrar en vigencia      to come into effect, take effect  
estar en vigencia      to be in force, be valid  
perder vigencia      to go out of use, be no longer applicable  
tener vigencia      to be valid, apply  
2    (=norma social)   social convention, norm of society
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
to be valid
exp.
apply
exp.
to go out of use
exp.
be no longer applicable
nf.
effective date
[BIZ]
exp.
be valid
exp.
to be in force
exp.
take effect
exp.
to come into effect
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'vigencia' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
tener vigencia
[Leg.]
adv. adj.
durante el período de vigencia de dicha autorización
exp.
fecha de vigencia
n.
la fecha de vigencia
[BIZ]
"vigencia": examples and translations in context
Entró en vigencia el presente año. This law came into force in 2004.
Permanece en vigencia, nada ha cambiado aquí. They remain in force; nothing has changed here.
Este principio no ha perdido su vigencia. That principle had not lost its validity.
Esa afirmación de 1992 tiene aún plena vigencia. That 1992 affirmation retains its full validity.
El certificado emitido tendrá una vigencia ilimitada. The certificate(s) shall be issued for an unlimited duration.
El régimen tenía una vigencia máxima de cuatro años. The scheme was limited to a maximum duration of four years.
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