development

development
noun
1) (the process or act of developing: a crucial stage in the development of a child.) desarrollo
2) (something new which is the result of developing: important new developments in science.) progreso
development n desarrollo
the development of the tourist industry el desarrollo de la industria turística
development
tr[dɪ'veləpmənt]
noun
1 (growth, formation - gen) desarrollo; (- of skill, system) perfección nombre femenino; (fostering) fomento, promoción nombre femenino; (growth, expansion - of firm, industry, country) desarrollo; (evolution) evolución nombre femenino
2 (elaboration - of idea, argument, play) desarrollo, elaboración nombre femenino; (evolution - of situation, events) desarrollo, evolución nombre femenino
3 (invention - of product) creación nombre femenino
4 (event, incident) acontecimiento, suceso; (advance) avance nombre masculino, conquista
let me know if there are any developments hazme saber si hay novedades
5 (of resources) explotación nombre femenino; (of site, land, etc) urbanización nombre femenino
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development area zona de reindustrialización
housing development urbanización nombre femenino, conjunto residencial
development [di'vɛləpmənt] n
1) : desarrollo m
physical development: desarrollo físico
2) : urbanización f (de un área), explotación f (de recursos), creación f (de inventos)
3) event: acontecimiento m, suceso m
to await developments: esperar acontecimientos
development
n.
beneficio s.m.
desarrollo s.m.
desenvolvimiento s.m.
revelado s.m.
urbanización s.f.
dɪ'veləpmənt
noun
1) u
a) (physical, mental) desarrollo m
b) (of argument, idea, plot) desarrollo m; (of situation, events) desarrollo m, evolución f
2) u (of drug, engine) creación f
3) u (of land, area) urbanización f
4) c (housing development) complejo m habitacional, fraccionamiento m (Méx), urbanización f (Esp)
5) u (Econ) desarrollo m
6)
a) c
b) (happening, event) acontecimiento m, suceso m

we are awaiting further developments — estamos a la espera de novedades or de nuevos acontecimientos

[dɪ'velǝpmǝnt]
1. N
1) (gen) desarrollo m ; (=unfolding) evolución f
2) (=change in situation) novedad f , cambio m ; (=event) acontecimiento m

there are no new developments to report — no se registra ninguna novedad or ningún cambio

what is the latest development? — ¿hay alguna novedad?

awaiting developments — en espera de novedades

3) [of resources] explotación f ; [of land] urbanización f
4) (=area of new housing) urbanización f
2.
CPD

development agency N — agencia f de desarrollo

development area N zona f de urgente reindustrialización, polo m de desarrollo

development bank N — banco m de desarrollo

development company N[of property] promotora f inmobiliaria; [of resources] compañía f de explotación

development corporation N[of new town] corporación f de desarrollo, corporación f de promoción

development officer N — director(a) m / f de promoción

development plan N — plan m de desarrollo

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[dɪ'veləpmənt]
noun
1) u
a) (physical, mental) desarrollo m
b) (of argument, idea, plot) desarrollo m; (of situation, events) desarrollo m, evolución f
2) u (of drug, engine) creación f
3) u (of land, area) urbanización f
4) c (housing development) complejo m habitacional, fraccionamiento m (Méx), urbanización f (Esp)
5) u (Econ) desarrollo m
6)
a) c
b) (happening, event) acontecimiento m, suceso m

we are awaiting further developments — estamos a la espera de novedades or de nuevos acontecimientos


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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