- 1 u 1.1 (opposition) resistance (
tosth/sb) resistencia (f)( aalgo/algn) resistance to change resistencia al cambio to put up resistance oponer* resistencia to meet with resistance (from sb/sth) encontrar* resistencia (por parte de algn/algo) to take o follow the line o path of least resistance seguir* el camino más fácil 1.2 (movement) (+ sing or pl vb) the resistance la resistencia the (French) Resistance la Resistencia francesa (before n) [fighter] de la resistencia the resistance movement la resistenciaMore example sentences
- A resistance movement emerged on a scale that the military had not anticipated.
- But many people said that it was the Italian resistance movement that liberated Italy from fascism.
- But the hopes of the resistance movement - 80 percent Communist - were dashed.
- 2 u [Biol] resistance (
tosth) resistencia (f)( aalgo) the body's natural resistance to disease la resistencia natural del cuerpo a las enfermedadesMore example sentences
- He'd leave the windows open in winter so we'd develop a resistance to cold.
- The drugs used to prevent the body rejecting the new heart adversely weakened his resistance to infection.
- Sorry to bring up smoking again, but smoking reduces your resistance to bugs, lowers the body's ability to expel the mucus and lengthens recovery time.
- 3 3.1 u (to movement) resistencia (f) wind resistance la resistencia del viento 3.2 u c [Elec] resistencia (f)More example sentences
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- The voltage and/or resistance and thereby the temperature of each thermistor is measured at several second intervals.
- Bolometers are devices whose electrical resistance changes with temperature.
- Input resistance was measured as the voltage deflection induced by a - 0.5 or - 1.0 nA current pulse.
- If the intent to stop this madness is forced to go through the path of resistance and violence, than so so be it.
- Support for the so called resistance or newer anti-occupation forces will mean bloodshed on a much greater scale than there is at present.
- The garrison of Kilkenny surrendered without putting up much resistance and Cromwell's forces entered the town without losing a man.
Here is a selection of useful words and phrases you will need in real-life situations while you're visiting Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries...
La movida madrileña is an expression referring to the Madrid social and cultural scene of the late 1970s and early 1980s, and the people involved in it. It was a youth phenomenon based around night spots in the city, such as the now defunct club Rock-Ola. One of the leading lights of the movida was the movie director Pedro Almodóvar.