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English translation of 'explicación'

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explicación

feminine noun
1.  [de tema, motivo] explanation
2.  (motivo) reason (de for)
sin dar explicaciones without giving any reason
3.  (University) lectureclass

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Example Sentences Including 'explicación'

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El libro, que evita casi siempre la explicación monocausal y las comparaciones entre situaciones cualitativamente dispares, recurre a una variada gama de fuentes.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
La madera cubría los cables de conducción y la gasolina fue robada de los depósitos-Méndez se arrellanó en la silla satisfecho de su explicación.
Ramón Mayrata El imperio desierto
Ma el Ainin e Ignacio se miraron sin comprender Lechiaj posó la mano sobre uno de los montones de papel e intentó una explicación , tartamudeando.
Ramón Mayrata El imperio desierto
Y una explicación de la desmoralización política generalizada que hoy cunde en nuestra sociedad.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)

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'explicación' in Other Languages

British English: account /əˈkaʊnt/ NOUN
report An account is a written or spoken report of something that has happened.
She gave a detailed account of what happened.
  • American English: account report
  • Arabic: بَيَان
  • Brazilian Portuguese: relato
  • Chinese: 报告
  • Croatian: izvješće
  • Czech: zpráva
  • Danish: redegørelse
  • Dutch: verslag rapport
  • European Spanish: explicación justificación
  • Finnish: selvitys
  • French: compte-rendu
  • German: Bericht
  • Greek: αναφορά
  • Italian: resoconto
  • Japanese: 説明
  • Korean: 보고
  • Norwegian: redegjørelse
  • Polish: opis raport
  • European Portuguese: relato
  • Romanian: descriere
  • Russian: отчет
  • Spanish: informe rendición de cuentas
  • Swedish: redogörelse (n)
  • Thai: รายงาน การบรรยาย
  • Turkish: ifade
  • Ukrainian: звіт
  • Vietnamese: bản báo cáo
British English: explanation /ˌɛkspləˈneɪʃən/ NOUN
If you give an explanation, you give reasons why something happened, or describe something in detail.
The parents want an honest explanation of what happened.
  • American English: explanation
  • Arabic: شَرْح
  • Brazilian Portuguese: explicação
  • Chinese: 解释
  • Croatian: objašenjenje
  • Czech: vysvětlení
  • Danish: forklaring
  • Dutch: uitleg
  • European Spanish: explicación aclaración
  • Finnish: selitys
  • French: explication
  • German: Erklärung
  • Greek: εξήγηση
  • Italian: spiegazione
  • Japanese: 説明
  • Korean: 설명
  • Norwegian: forklaring
  • Polish: objaśnienie
  • European Portuguese: explicação
  • Romanian: explicație
  • Russian: объяснение
  • Spanish: explicación exposición
  • Swedish: förklaring
  • Thai: คำอธิบาย
  • Turkish: açıklama izah
  • Ukrainian: пояснення
  • Vietnamese: lời giải thích

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