Translation of compliance in Spanish:

compliance

Pronunciation: /kəmˈplaɪəns/

n

uncountable/no numerable
  • 1.1 (acquiescence) conformidad (feminine) compliance with sth conformidad con algo in compliance with your wishes/the law … conforme a or en conformidad con sus deseos/la ley …
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    • The empire must now be made to work through the capacity of a sovereign British authority to command compliance rather than again risking the uncertainties of voluntary co-operation.
    • If made within a reasonable space of time after the original publication of findings, such requests are normally complied with promptly and compliance is in fact normally seen as ethically required.
    • Now, sometimes one gets that even with regulatory legislation where one wishes to encourage compliance.
    1.2 (submissiveness) docilidad (feminine) 1.3 [Technology/Tecnología] resistencia (feminine) a la vibración
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    • It looks awesome and has good balance of stiffness to compliance, but the round drops feel uncomfortable compared to modern shapes
    • Mechanical compression is inconvenient, uncomfortable, and subject to poor compliance.
    • Major improvements of the wrinkling substrates method include the tuning of the elastic compliance.
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    • The authors conclude that the presence of pathogens in the lower airways was associated with the level of inflammation, respiratory compliance, and gas trapping.
    • These additional factors may include worsening levels of inflammation hyperresponsiveness, lung compliance, or even levels of symptoms.
    • Stage I is characterized by reduced left ventricular filling in early diastole with normal left ventricular and left atrial pressures and normal compliance.

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In Spain the term castellano, rather than español, refers to the Spanish language as opposed to Catalan, Basque etc. The choice of word has political overtones: castellano has separatist connotations and español is considered centralist. In Latin America castellano is the usual term for Spanish.