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American English: /əˈnæləsəs/
British English: /əˈnalɪsɪs/

Translation of analysis in Spanish:

noun plural analysesPronunciation: /-lɪsiːz/

  • 1 countable and uncountable (Biology, Chemistry) to carry out/perform an analysis (of something)
    llevar a cabo/hacer un análisis (de algo)
    analysis of food/samples
    análisis de alimentos/muestras
    Example sentences
    • The shift to decompositional conceptions of analysis was not without precedents, however.
    • Eventually, data from this program will permit a more direct analysis of the process described here.
    • According to one group of researchers, this process of analysis is carried out in seven steps.
    Example sentences
    • Electrochemical techniques are also widely used in chemical analysis.
    • Crude chemical analyses identify the rock type as resembling the Earth's ocean floor rather than the Earth's continents.
    • This protein poses interesting questions for those who deal with the detailed analysis of protein structures.
  • 2 countable and uncountable (examination) literary analysis
    análisis literario
    syntactic/sentence analysis
    análisis sintáctico/de la oración
    on closer analysis, I think we should …
    tras haberlo analizado más detenidamente, creo que deberíamos …
    in the final or last analysis
    bien considerado
    a fin de cuentas
    Example sentences
    • Although this prevented a detailed statistical analysis, the events could still be characterized.
    • A more detailed analysis of the structure and concepts of Jo and Gwan can be found in the next essay, by Salia Male.
    • The task lists resulting from statistical analysis of those surveys were examined to answer the study questions.
  • 3 uncountable (Psychology) they've both been in analysis for more than a year
    hace más de un año que se están psicoanalizando or analizando
    Example sentences
    • This is the same effect as can sometimes happen to us in the course of an analysis or a therapy.
    • Moreover, it is also possible to imagine that a different psychoanalyst would be able to conduct an analysis with this patient.
    • The analyst interprets without due regard for the analysand or the analysand acts without regard for the analyst or the analysis.
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