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English translation of 'secundario'

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secundario

Word forms: secundario, secundaria
adjective
(no principal)
(gen) secondary
[carretera, efectos] side (before noun)
(Computing) background (before noun)
actor secundario supporting actor
see also educación feminine noun
masculine noun/feminine noun
supporting actor

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Example Sentences Including 'secundario'

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Busca respetabilidad; unos concejales de más o de menos, es secundario en sus objetivos.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1995)
El Fringe Festival nació en 1947 a la sombra del Festival Internacional como algo marginal y secundario.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
El lugar de donde proceden es secundario , no tiene ningun interés.
Manuel Rico El lento adiós de los tranvías
El sector secundario incluye las actividades de transformación, desde la artesanía hasta la industria más automatizada.
Rosa Ascón et al Geografía. Vol 3. Trabajo, producción y espacio industrial
En el siglo XXI el trabajo no irá ligado a la idea de felicidad o estabilidad, pasará a un nivel secundario.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
La leche materna pasó a ser entonces un alimento secundario.
Javier Tomeo Zoopatías y zoofilias
Y a más metabolismo oxidativo, más radicales libres y más daño celular secundario a ellos mismos.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)

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'secundario' in Other Languages

British English: feeder ADJECTIVE
A feeder road, railway, or river is a smaller one that leads to a more important one.
...the feeder road leading to the airport.
British English: secondary ADJECTIVE
minor If you describe something as secondary, you mean that it is less important than something else.
The street erupted in a huge explosion, with secondary explosions in the adjoining buildings.
British English: secondary ADJECTIVE
education Secondary education is given to pupils between the ages of 11 or 12 and 17 or 18.
Examinations are taken after about five years of secondary education.
British English: subsidiary ADJECTIVE
If something is subsidiary, it is less important than something else with which it is connected.
The economics ministry has increasingly played a subsidiary role to the finance ministry.

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Translation of secundario from the Collins Spanish to English
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