Translation of framework in Spanish:

framework

Pronunciation: /ˈfreɪmwɜːrk; ˈfreɪmwɜːk/

n

  • 1.1 (basis) marco (m) they tried to create a framework for negotiations trataron de establecer un marco para las negociaciones we have to operate within the framework of the law debemos operar dentro del marco de la ley
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    • Because it is so concise, the text is strongly structured by conceptual frameworks that do not get lost in detail.
    • Often, this research is badly designed and lacks theoretical or conceptual frameworks.
    • Individuals were left more isolated, without the political frameworks through which to understand their problems, or to point towards solutions.
    1.2 (plan) esquema (m) to draw up a framework for an essay elaborar un esquema para un trabajo 1.3frame of reference 1 1.4 [Eng] armazón (m or f)
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    • The steel framework of the new building is expected to start taking shape in June.
    • Pens are supported by rope frameworks about 200 feet square and anchored on each corner by a one-ton anchor.
    • Since then most canvas paintings have been attached to lightweight wooden frameworks or stretchers.

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