Translation of context in Spanish:

context

Pronunciation: /ˈkɑːntekst; ˈkɒntekst/

n

uncountable or countable/no numerable o numerable
  • 1.1 [Linguistics/Lingüística] contexto (masculine) out of context fuera de contexto in context, it could even mean 'hostility' según el contexto, incluso podría significar 'hostilidad'
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    • I like visiting the websites and see the words in their original context and formatting.
    • The conceptualizations associated with a word will tend to vary somewhat according to the contexts in which the word is used.
    • It also results in the legitimate public use of words that in other contexts are regarded as slang.
    1.2 (situation, background) contexto (masculine)
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    • I think if you can understand your contexts then you have power to use this to help yourself.
    • It takes long to explain our context so you can understand the impact of such thing in our culture.
    • This is down to his determination to place current events in a historical context.

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