Translation of occurrence in Spanish:

occurrence

Pronunciation: /əˈkɜːrəns; əˈkʌrəns/

n

  • 1.1 countable/numerable (event, instance) it is a frequent/rare occurrence es/no es algo frecuente, ocurre/no ocurre con frecuencia murders are an everyday occurrence here aquí los asesinatos son cosa de todos los días the unusual occurrences of the previous evening los extraños acontecimientos de la noche anterior there were two separate occurrences hubo dos casos independientes 1.2 uncountable/no numerable (incidence) incidencia (feminine) the occurrence of cancer among children la incidencia del cáncer en los niños of less frequent occurrence de menor frecuencia y número
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    • He saw that she showed no sign of being scared on account of the occurrence of a political incident.
    • Pipher has noted that adolescent girls tend to report events and occurrences dramatically and emotionally.
    • A sentinel event is an unexpected occurrence involving death or serious physical injury.

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