There are 2 translations of trial in Spanish:

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Pronunciation: /ˈtraɪəl/

n

  • 1 [Law] 1.1 c (court hearing) proceso (m), juicio (m) murder/rape trial proceso or juicio por asesinato/violación 1.2 u (judgment) juicio (m) trial by jury juicio con or por jurado if the case goes to trial si el caso va a juicio she was brought to trial fue procesada to be on trial for murder/murdering a policeman estar* siendo procesado por asesinato/el asesinato de un policía to stand trial ser* procesado or juzgado she is awaiting trial está a la espera de ser procesada fair trial juicio (m) imparcial to give sb a fair trial juzgar* a algn con imparcialidad
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    • In both civil and criminal trials, appeals courts strongly defer to a jury's decision to believe one witness rather than another.
    • They can hold people in contempt of court, and when litigants consent, magistrate judges can preside at civil jury trials.
    • Nullification is a byproduct of the robust right of criminal defendants to a trial by jury.
  • 2 u c (test — of machine, drug) prueba (f); (— of person) prueba (f) clinical trial ensayo (m) clínico trial of strength prueba (f) de fuerza, pulso (m) the meeting will be a trial of strength between the two ministers los dos ministros medirán sus fuerzas en la reunión to give sth/sb a trial poner* algo/a algn a prueba on trial a prueba we'll send you the first volume on trial le enviaremos el primer tomo a prueba remember, you're on trial recuerda que estás a prueba trial and error [Psych] ensayo (m) y error (m) you learn by trial and error uno aprende equivocándose or por ensayo y error trial and error is the only method, I'm afraid me temo que solo podemos ir tanteando
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    • Instead they voted for a full gyratory system for a trial period of three months.
    • In our view one month into the trial period is too soon to have a valid comment.
    • Ideally, all drugs used to treat children would be subject to quality clinical research and trials to be authorised for use in children.
  • 3 c (trouble) padecimiento (m), sufrimiento (m) trials and tribulations tribulaciones (fpl) children can be a trial los niños pueden ser una cruz
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    • I had the pleasure of speaking to Schneider and inquiring about the trials and tribulations that he's experienced in his career.
    • Tracey herself knows first-hand about the trials and tribulations of putting on shows that are both erotic and comic.
    • Forget about the trials and tribulations of dealing with the complex emotions of the average human (or, even worse, having to deal with your own emotional mood swings).
  • 4 [Sport] (usu pl) prueba (f) de selección horse trials concurso (m) hípico sheepdog trialsconcurso en que se pone a prueba la destreza de los perros pastores
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    • Lane and the national selectors confirmed the squad on Saturday evening after the trial match involving 41 players.
    • He had won the World championship and had qualified for Athens too, but did not make the Australian team after the selection trials.
    • Another Aboriginal athlete vying for selection at the Olympic trials in August will be Patrick Johnson from the Umpila tribe of north Queensland.
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    • After the war, I started racing motorcycles and riding in trials, but while I was reasonable I wasn't good enough to satisfy myself, and so I concentrated on my business.
    • A leading footpath campaigner said the motorcycle trials was a separate issue but still needed to be considered by the inspector.
    • The aim is to discover Britain's best over four fields: trials, motocross, supermoto and road racing.
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    • The bulls have to compete in feed efficiency trials as young animals before they get into the bull studs.
    • She made her yearly trek east in February, to compete in horse trials leading up to the big three-days.
    • Johnston won three of this year's recognised trials with horses who were not entered for the big race.

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Sanfermines (The festival of San Fermín) is from 6th-14th July and el encierro (the 'running of the bulls'), takes place in Pamplona in northern Spain. The animals are released into the barricaded streets and people run in front of them, in honor of the town´s patron saint, San Fermín, who was put to death by being dragged by bulls.

There are 2 translations of trial in Spanish:

trial2

adj

  • [period/flight] de prueba we've employed her/taken a subscription on a trial basis la hemos contratado/nos hemos suscrito a prueba trial offer oferta (f) especial (para promover un producto nuevo) we agreed on a period of trial separation convinimos en un período de separación como prueba trial balance balance (m) de comprobación de saldos

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Word of the day precioso
adj
beautiful …
Cultural fact of the day

Sanfermines (The festival of San Fermín) is from 6th-14th July and el encierro (the 'running of the bulls'), takes place in Pamplona in northern Spain. The animals are released into the barricaded streets and people run in front of them, in honor of the town´s patron saint, San Fermín, who was put to death by being dragged by bulls.