Translation of resistance in Spanish:

resistance

Pronunciation: /rɪˈzɪstəns/

n

  • 1 u 1.1 (opposition) resistance (to sth/sb) resistencia (f)(a algo/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 resistencia
  • 2 u [Biol] resistance (to sth) resistencia (f)(a algo) the body's natural resistance to disease la resistencia natural del cuerpo a las enfermedades

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