Translation of science in Spanish:

science

Pronunciation: /ˈsaɪəns/

noun/nombre

  • 1.1 uncountable/no numerable (in general) ciencia (feminine) a man of science un científico to blind sb with science [humorous/humorístico] deslumbrar a algn con sus ( or tus etc) conocimientos don't blind me with science, please! ¡no me apabulles con tanta sabiduría! [humorous/humorístico] 1.2 u and c (academic subject) ciencia (feminine) the sciences las ciencias weather forecasting is not an exact science el pronóstico del tiempo no es una ciencia exacta understanding the manual is a science in itself entender el manual es toda una ciencia
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    • I may defend my professional status by claiming ownership of an advanced body of knowledge or science.
    • Most importantly, the lists tend to omit the natural vitamin complexes and food-form minerals that are so important for our health, as demonstrated by a large body of published science.
    • We promote the science of psychology, and we rely on the foundation it provides for the practice of psychology.

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