Translation of desirability in Spanish:

desirability

Pronunciation: /dɪˌzaɪrəˈbɪləti; dɪˌzaɪərəˈbɪlɪti/

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  • 1 (of action, idea) conveniencia (f) the desirability of mass tourism in the capital is questionable es cuestionable que la afluencia de turismo de masas a la capital sea de desear
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    • How much are our senses trained socially to respond to specific aspects of human beauty and desirability?
    • There is an unequivocal denial of the possibility or the desirability of universal values, ambitions or aspiration.
    • Again, this reduces transport costs and increases the desirability of behaving in a transport efficient manner.

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