Translation of identification in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (act of identifying) a sample has been sent to the lab for identificationse ha enviado una muestra al laboratorio para su identificaciónExample sentences1.2 (evidence of identity) See examples: have you got any other identification?
(before noun) identification bracelet¿tiene algún otro documento que acredite su identidad?identification papers/documentsbrazalete (masculine) de identificaciónidentification tag (American English) [formal]papeles (masculine plural) /documentos (masculine plural) de identificaciónplaca (feminine) de identidad
- In fact no positive identification of him is ever made.
- The first step in the risk management process is risk identification.
- Well, the whole process of identification actually takes place a few steps before DNA testing.
- 2 (empathy, association) See examples:identification
withsomebody/somethinghe felt a close identification with the main characteridentificación (feminine) conalguien/algothe identification of happiness with material wealthsentía una gran identificación con el protagonistase sentía muy identificado con el protagonistala identificación de la felicidad con la riqueza materialExample sentences
- Possibly this would add a sense of discomfort, and possibly an identification with imprisonment.
- From the folk culture, adolescents receive a world view and an identification with a unique cultural system.
- Their lifelong identification with the working class was forged during these years.
- The identification of order with law eliminates from public consciousness the very concept of the decentralized provision of order.
- There is a tendency to associate case studies with qualitative research, but such an identification is not appropriate.
- It also facilitated the identification of the church and of various church associations with the National Revolution.
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