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cota

Translation of cota in English:

sustantivo femenino

  • 2 (grado, cifra) See examples: la delincuencia ha alcanzado cotas alarmantes
    crime has reached alarming levels
    alcanzó la cota histórica de 2.500
    it reached the historic 2,500 mark o level
    quiere alcanzar cotas más altas en su carrera
    she wants to scale greater heights in her career
Example sentences
  • Mientras el Presidente mantiene altas cotas de popularidad sus funcionarios sufren un rechazo generalizado.
  • "Pero también programas donde el ""sensacionalismo"" llega a cotas muy altas."
  • El diámetro del conjunto, se define como la menor de estas cotas superiores.

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