Translation of negligence in Spanish:

negligence

Pronunciation: /ˈneglɪdʒəns/

noun/nombre

uncountable/no numerable
  • negligencia (feminine) to prove/establish negligence probar*/demostrar* negligencia
    More example sentences
    • Any casualty due to their negligence must be put up for a PIL and proper compensation demanded.
    • We cannot just say it was not negligence without a proper investigation.
    • Death due to negligence occurred in one per cent of this group.

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