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phenomenon

  
   n     ( phenomenons or phenomena    pl  )
fenómeno    m  
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bouncing phenomenon n.
fenómeno de rebote (Ing. química)

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
n.
fenómeno de coalescencia (Ing. química)
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'phenomenon' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
exp.
it's not only {o} exclusively a Spanish phenomenon
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"phenomenon": examples and translations in context
Immigration has become an universal phenomenon. La inmigración se ha convertido en un fenómeno universal.
LNG use is a phenomenon of relatively recent market. El uso de GNL es un fenómeno de mercado relativamente reciente.
Lightning is an naatural universal and permanent phenomenon. El rayo es un fenómeno natural, universal y permanente.
Industrialism is a phenomenon characteristic of western civilization. El industrialismo, constituye un fenómeno específico de la civilización occidental.
Inequality is a persistent phenomenon in Mexico's regions. La desigualdad es un fenómeno persistente en las regiones de México.
It is the phenomenon known as bi-corporeity. Es el fenómeno conocido por el nombre de bicorporeidad.
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