Nación in english

Nation

pronunciation: neɪʃən part of speech: noun
In gestures

nación = nation ; economy [economies, -pl.] ; state. 

Example: It is virtually impossible to overestimate the importance of LC on bibliographic control in the nation's libraries or, for that matter, in the libraries of the world.Example: Post-industrial economies are information-intensive.Example: WLN (Western Library Network) is composed of libraries in the states of Washington and Alaska in the United states, and is expanding to cover other states and libraries in Canada.

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» al servicio de la naciónuniformed .

Example: This programme is designed for those hoping to follow a career in one of the uniformed services -- army, navy, RAF, police service, fire service or ambulance.

» arcas de la nación, lasnation's coffers, the .

Example: The creative industries were growing at twice the rate of the general national economy, contributing £60 billion each year to the nation's coffers.

» capital de la naciónnation-state capital .

Example: Amid all the doom and gloom in panic-stricken nation-state capitals, nowadays, something completely different may be exactly what we all need.

» Comunidad Británica de Naciones, laCommonwealth, the .

Example: It is estimated that about 90 libraries use the scheme, most of which are in the British Commonwealth and very few in the USA.

» comunidad de nacionescomity of nationscommonwealth .

Example: The dismantling of the Berlin wall and the unification of Germany will make the new Germany a much stronger economic force in the comity of nations.

Example: The article is entitled 'Academic libraries: `towards commonwealth and coalitions'.

» Consejo de Seguridad de las Naciones UnidasUnited Nations Security Council .

Example: This is yet another snub to the United Nations Security Council which has imposed economic sanctions on Iran over its refusal to suspend uranium enrichment.

» constituirse en naciónevolve into + nationhood .

Example: The problems of retrospective bibliography, as indeed of national library development, are usually seen at their worst in former colonial territories which have evolved late into nationhood.

» Copa Africana de Naciones, laAfrica(n) Cup of Nations, the (CAN) .

Example: This year's African Cup of Nations is now over, with Cameroon taking the title after a victory over Egypt in the final.

» en toda la naciónnationwide [nation-wide] .

Example: Most of the packaging for cassettes provided by commercial vendors that are known nationwide is lousy, falls apart, looks bad, and so on.

» fuerzas de paz de las Naciones Unidas, lasUnited Nations peacekeeping force, the .

Example: The United Nations peacekeeping force in Côte d'Ivoire is to establish eight new military camps.

» informe sobre el estado de la naciónstate of the nation report .

Example: A 'state of the nation' report today reveals that less than 20% of UK organisations surveyed have a strategy in place to deal with the risk of loss or degradation to their digital resources.

» Liga de las NacionesLeague of Nations, the .

Example: Particular attention is given to relations with the League of Nations and Unesco.

» Mancomunidad Británica de Naciones, laCommonwealth, the .

Example: It is estimated that about 90 libraries use the scheme, most of which are in the British Commonwealth and very few in the USA.

» nación árabeArab state .

Example: In the last decade, however, remarkable progress has been achieved in peace negotiations among Israel, the Palestinians, and adjacent Arab states.

» nación civilizadacivilised nation .

Example: A civilized nation by his lights is one in which a chosen few get to live like kings and queens, comporting themselves as they see fit.

» nación comercialtrading nation .

Example: The USA and the European Union (EU), as major agricultural producing and trading nations, played important roles in drawing up the agreement.

» nación enemigaenemy nation .

Example: Letters of Marque and Reprisal were the official documents by which 18th-century governments commissioned private commercial ships, known as privateers, to act on their behalf, attacking ships carrying the flags of enemy nations.

» nación en transicióntransitional nationtransitional country .

Example: The author suggests an eclectic approach to library development in the transitional nations of Africa.

Example: A new study finds that entrenched corruption remains a principal obstacle to democracy in transitional countries throughout the world.

» naciones originarias de CanadáFirst Nations .

Example: Two-spirited is a First Nations term for individuals who are considered to be neither women nor men.

» Naciones Unidas, las (ONU, la)United Nations, the (UN, the) .

Example: This collection is supplemented by a wealth of material received from other inter-governmental bodies such as the United Nations (UN), the International Labour Organization (ILO), the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), etc..

» nación independienteindependent nation .

Example: The Republic of South Sudan separated from Sudan and became an independent nation on July 9, 2011.

» nación opresoraoppressive nation .

Example: In every oppressive nation, pro-democracy activists are working to stoke the fires of freedom, often at great personal risk.

» nación sin estadostateless nation .

Example: The term 'stateless nations' as used here is understood to mean those people who share a common heritage and distinctive culture and have a strong sense of national identity but are now subservient to other states.

» nación soberanasovereign nation .

Example: As a sovereign nation, Israel can determine for itself what's in their interest and what they decide to do relative to Iran and anyone else.

» por toda la naciónnationwide [nation-wide] .

Example: Most of the packaging for cassettes provided by commercial vendors that are known nationwide is lousy, falls apart, looks bad, and so on.

» sin naciónstateless  .

Example: According to the United Nations, a stateless baby is born every 10 minutes.

» UNDEX (Indice de Documentos de las Naciones Unidas)UNDEX (United Nations Documents Index) [Antes conocida como UNDI: lista de todas las publicaciones de las diferentes agencias de las Naciones Unidas] .

Example: Until the early 1960s UNDEX (then known as UNDI -- United Nations Documents Index) was the principal source of bibliographic information about the publications of the various United Nations specialized agencies.

» UNDI (Indice de Documentos de las Naciones Unidas)UNDI (United Nations Documents Index) [Actualmente conocido como UNDEX: lista de todas las publicaciones de las diferentes agencias de las Naciones Unidas] .

Example: Until the early 1960s UNDEX (then known as UNDI -- United Nations Documents Index) was the principal source of bibliographic information about the publications of the various United Nations specialized agencies.
Nación synonyms:
state in spanish: estado, pronunciation: steɪt part of speech: noun land in spanish: tierra, pronunciation: lænd part of speech: noun country in spanish: país, pronunciation: kʌntri part of speech: noun commonwealth in spanish: mancomunidad, pronunciation: kɑmənwelθ part of speech: noun nationality in spanish: nacionalidad, pronunciation: næʃənæləti part of speech: noun body politic in spanish: cuerpo político, pronunciation: bɑdipɑlətɪk part of speech: noun res publica in spanish: res publica, pronunciation: reɪzpəblɪkə part of speech: noun a people in spanish: una personas, pronunciation: əpipəl part of speech: noun
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