Translation of accession in Spanish:
- 1 uncountable (to position, office)accession (
tosomething)on his accession to manhood [formal]al llegar a la mayoría de edadon the accession of Prince Rupertal subir al trono el príncipe Rupertthe accession of new members to the EUel ingreso de nuevos miembros a la UEsince the accession of the new chairmandesde que asumió sus funciones el nuevo presidente(before noun) accession countries (for the EU)Example sentences
- But Preston has been named as one of the nation's ‘Golden Cities’ to mark the 50th anniversary of the Queen's accession to the throne.
- The Queen yesterday marked the 50th anniversary of her father's death - and of her accession to the throne - with a poignant visit to a cancer unit.
- Albert's accession to the throne is a two-step event, with another ceremony expected to draw heads of state on November 19.
- 2 uncountable and countable (acquisition)Example sentences
- Twelve of these accessions were taken from collections of J. Bergelson and R. Mauricio.
- All the accessions were collected from various regions of the Middle East.
- To mark the occasion the museum's curators organized an exhibition featuring objects from the permanent collection, almost all of which were recent accessions specifically donated to celebrate the new building.
- 3 uncountable (agreement) [formal]accession (
tosomething)their accession to the treatysu adhesión al tratadohis accession to our demandssu aceptación de nuestras demandasExample sentences
- It is in this context that the Russian side raises the question of linking NATO membership for certain states to their accession to the Agreement on Adaptation of the CFE Treaty.
- Goff said accession to the treaty ‘signals that New Zealand is committed to closer engagement with ASEAN, and with Asia more generally.’
- It said the two sides agreed to hold the signing ceremony for China's accession to the treaty at a meeting between Chinese and ASEAN leaders slated for October on the Indonesian resort island of Bali.
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