deterioro


deterioro
m.
1 damage (daño).
el deterioro de la situación the worsening of o deterioration in the situation
2 deterioration, damage, impairment, staleness.
pres.indicat.
1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: deteriorar.
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deterioro
nombre masculino
1 (daño) damage, deterioration; (desgaste) wear and tear
2 figurado (empeoramiento) deterioration, worsening
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FRASEOLOGÍA
ir en deterioro de to harm
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noun m.
1) worsening, decline
2) deterioration, wear
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SM
1) (=daño) damage

en caso de deterioro de las mercancías — should the goods be damaged in any way

sin deterioro de sus derechos — without affecting his rights, without impinging on his rights más frm

2) (=empeoramiento) deterioration
3) (Mec) wear and tear
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masculino
a) (de edificio, muebles) deterioration, wear
b) (empeoramiento) deterioration, worsening

su salud ha sufrido un deterioro — his health has deteriorated

el deterioro de la calidad de la enseñanza — the decline in the quality of education

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= damage, decay, deterioration, impairment, embrittlement, slippage, degradation, degeneration, rot, decline, rack and ruin, worsening, dilapidation.
Ex. Wastage is sometimes defined as material which temporarily or permanently has evaded the usual lending procedures due to misplacement, damage, non-registration, theft or non-returns.
Ex. Nevertheless, deacidification alone will not stop the decay unless soluble copper compounds are removed from the object or converted to chemically inert compounds.
Ex. And thirdly and most importantly, I am concerned about some movements which I think symptomatize ideological deterioration and would have us, as someone put it, march boldly backwards into the future.
Ex. A well-designed multimodal application can be used by people with a wide variety of impairments.
Ex. This article considers the need for a survey of modern printed book collections, in the context of the embrittlement of book papers.
Ex. The Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) also publishes FAO Books in Print on an intended annual cycle but the programme has been subject to slippage in recent years.
Ex. This article describes how the property of chemiluminescence -- the faint emission of light from organic materials undergoing oxidisation -- may be used to measure the rate of degradation of paper.
Ex. The article 'The degeneration of the work of man' examines the work of hunter/gathers, farmers, factory workers, and information handlers from the Ice Age to the Information Age.
Ex. The article 'Stop the rot!' reports on a half-day seminar on audiovisual conservation.
Ex. Library automation was in its ascendancy at precisely the same time that the nation's economy was firmly embarked on its present calamitous decline.
Ex. The policies that the Mugabe government have taken have lead the country to economic and political rack and ruin.
Ex. We have also considered other possible mechanisms to explain the worsening of hypokalemia in this patient.
Ex. If Central Park is to be rescued from the general dilapidation it is much money and energy intelligently directed must be expended.
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* acelerar el proceso de deterioro = hasten + rot.
* deterioro biológico = biodeterioration.
* deterioro cognitivo = cognitive impairment.
* deterioro del CDROM = CD rot.
* deterioro de los discos = disc rot.
* deterioro de los enlaces = link rot.
* deterioro de propiedad alquilada = dilapidation.
* en deterioro = deteriorating, crumbling, decaying, dilapidated, disintegrating.
* en estado de deterioro = decaying, dilapidated.
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masculino
a) (de edificio, muebles) deterioration, wear
b) (empeoramiento) deterioration, worsening

su salud ha sufrido un deterioro — his health has deteriorated

el deterioro de la calidad de la enseñanza — the decline in the quality of education

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= damage, decay, deterioration, impairment, embrittlement, slippage, degradation, degeneration, rot, decline, rack and ruin, worsening, dilapidation.

Ex: Wastage is sometimes defined as material which temporarily or permanently has evaded the usual lending procedures due to misplacement, damage, non-registration, theft or non-returns.

Ex: Nevertheless, deacidification alone will not stop the decay unless soluble copper compounds are removed from the object or converted to chemically inert compounds.
Ex: And thirdly and most importantly, I am concerned about some movements which I think symptomatize ideological deterioration and would have us, as someone put it, march boldly backwards into the future.
Ex: A well-designed multimodal application can be used by people with a wide variety of impairments.
Ex: This article considers the need for a survey of modern printed book collections, in the context of the embrittlement of book papers.
Ex: The Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) also publishes FAO Books in Print on an intended annual cycle but the programme has been subject to slippage in recent years.
Ex: This article describes how the property of chemiluminescence -- the faint emission of light from organic materials undergoing oxidisation -- may be used to measure the rate of degradation of paper.
Ex: The article 'The degeneration of the work of man' examines the work of hunter/gathers, farmers, factory workers, and information handlers from the Ice Age to the Information Age.
Ex: The article 'Stop the rot!' reports on a half-day seminar on audiovisual conservation.
Ex: Library automation was in its ascendancy at precisely the same time that the nation's economy was firmly embarked on its present calamitous decline.
Ex: The policies that the Mugabe government have taken have lead the country to economic and political rack and ruin.
Ex: We have also considered other possible mechanisms to explain the worsening of hypokalemia in this patient.
Ex: If Central Park is to be rescued from the general dilapidation it is much money and energy intelligently directed must be expended.
* acelerar el proceso de deterioro = hasten + rot.
* deterioro biológico = biodeterioration.
* deterioro cognitivo = cognitive impairment.
* deterioro del CDROM = CD rot.
* deterioro de los discos = disc rot.
* deterioro de los enlaces = link rot.
* deterioro de propiedad alquilada = dilapidation.
* en deterioro = deteriorating, crumbling, decaying, dilapidated, disintegrating.
* en estado de deterioro = decaying, dilapidated.

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deterioro
masculine
1 (de un edificio, muebles) deterioration, wear
2 (empeoramiento) deterioration, worsening
el deterioro de las relaciones entre los dos países the deterioration in relations o the worsening of relations between the two countries
su salud ha sufrido un considerable deterioro his health has deteriorated considerably
el deterioro de la calidad de la enseñanza the decline in the quality of education
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Del verbo deteriorar: (conjugate deteriorar)

deterioro es:

1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

deterioró es:

3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

Multiple Entries:
deteriorar    
deterioro
deteriorar (conjugate deteriorar) verbo transitivorelaciones/salud/situaciónto cause … to deteriorate
deteriorarse verbo pronominal [relaciones/salud/situación] to deteriorate, worsen;
[mercancías] to get damaged
deterioro sustantivo masculino
a) (de edificio, muebles) deterioration, wear

b) (empeoramiento) deterioration, worsening

deteriorar verbo transitivo to spoil, damage
deterioro sustantivo masculino
1 (de la salud, las relaciones, etc) deterioration: he notado un marcado deterioro en su estado de salud, I've noticed that her health has deteriorated considerably
2 (de un cuadro, edificio) damage: estos edificios han sufrido un deterioro notable, these buildings have deteriorated quite a bit
(de una máquina, zapatos, etc) wear: es normal que después de un uso intensivo los zapatos muestren señales de deterioro, it's normal for shoes to show wear and tear after constant use
'deterioro' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
causa
- daño
- decadencia
- frenar
English:
damage
- decline
- deterioration
- decay
- degeneration
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deterioro nm
1. [daño] damage;
sufrir deterioro to be damaged;
la mercancía no sufrió deterioro alguno the goods were not damaged at all
2. [empeoramiento] deterioration;
las relaciones entre ambos países han experimentado un serio deterioro relations between the two countries have deteriorated considerably;
el deterioro de la situación the worsening of o deterioration in the situation;
el progresivo deterioro de los servicios públicos the progressive deterioration in public services;
el deterioro medioambiental the deterioration of the environment
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deterioro
m deterioration
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deterioro nm
1) : deterioration, wear
2) : worsening, decline

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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