Translation of reaction in Spanish:
- 1 countable or uncountable 1.1 (response) reaction
tosomethingthe rash must be a reaction to the drugsel sarpullido debe de ser una reacción a los fármacoswhat was her reaction to the news?¿cómo reaccionó or cuál fue su reacción frente a or ante la noticia?her gut reaction was to pull outsu reacción instintiva fue echarse atrásafter yesterday's rise in interest rates, there was a sharp reaction on Wall Streetla subida de los tipos de interés de ayer provocó una fuerte sacudida en Wall Street(before noun) reaction timetiempo (masculine) de reacciónExample sentences1.2 (Chemistry) chemical/nuclear reaction
reacción química/nuclearExample sentences
- And for an immediate reaction to today's events I think we can speak to Tom Hilton.
- Fifth, anger can be an immediate reaction to an isolated event or it can be a response after numerous events.
- I accept full responsibility for my reaction to a bad situation.
- There are many important industrial processes that use electrophilic reactions.
- By contrast, making Kevlar involves a complex series of organic reactions in hot sulphuric acid at high pressures.
- More to the point, it has facilitated many reactions that depend upon acetic acid as a reagent or solvent.
- Furthermore, the compound nuclei produced in cold-fusion reactions contain a relatively small number of neutrons.
- It studies the structure of nuclei, and their reactions and interactions.
- They're produced during nuclear fusion, the reaction that lights the sun and other stars.
- 2 uncountable (Politics) [pejorative]reacción (feminine) [pejorative]the forces of reactionlas fuerzas reaccionarias or de la reacción [pejorative]Example sentences
- It is no coincidence that this development has occurred during a period of deepening social and political reaction.
- This process of social and political reaction cannot be adequately explained as the result of the evil intentions of one or another president.
- American politics has assumed the form of a sweeping social reaction, aimed at overturning the reformist legacy of the New Deal.
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