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American English: /dəˈskəʃ(ə)n/
British English: /dɪˈskʌʃ(ə)n/

Translation of discussion in Spanish:


countable or uncountable
  • (of plan, problem) after much discussion
    después de mucho discutirlo
    there has been no discussion of the moral aspects
    no se ha hablado de or no se han discutido los aspectos morales
    it's still under discussion
    todavía se está discutiendo or estudiando
    when does it come up for discussion?
    ¿cuándo se va a discutir or tratar?
    she suggested a topic for discussion
    sugirió un tema para debatir
    there will be discussions with other unions/the management
    habrá conversaciones con otros sindicatos/la patronal
    (before noun) discussion document
    documento (masculine) base or de consulta
    Example sentences
    • It has had articles written about it, and generated much heat in discussions and debate.
    • Others were in constant discussions and debates in the campsites or in the refreshment areas.
    • The rally kicked off a week of lively, exciting political debates and discussions.

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