identification

identification
-fi
noun identificación
identification n identificación
identification
tr[aɪdentɪfɪ'keɪʃən]
noun
1 (gen) identificación nombre femenino
2 (papers) documentación nombre femenino
have you got any means of identification? ¿tiene alguna documentación?
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
identification parade rueda de reconocimiento
identification [aɪ.dɛntəfə'keɪʃən] n
1) : identificación f
2)
identification card : carnet m, cédula f de identidad, identificación f
identification
n.
identificación s.f.
aɪ'dentəfə'keɪʃən, aɪˌdentɪfɪ'keɪʃən
mass noun
a) (act of identifying) identificación f
b) (evidence of identity)

have you got any identification? — ¿tiene algún documento que acredite su identidad?; (before n)

identification papers — documentos mpl, papeles mpl, documentación f

[aɪˌdentɪfɪ'keɪʃǝn]
1.
N identificación f

the state of the body made identification difficult — el estado del cadáver dificultaba su identificación

we have a positive identification of the victim — disponemos ya de la identidad de la víctima

the identification of democracy with liberty — la identificación de la democracia con la libertad

2.
CPD

identification badge N — chapa f de identificación

identification card N= identity card

identification documents, identification papers NPL — documentos mpl de identidad, documentación f

identification mark N — señal f de identificación

identification parade N(Brit) rueda f de reconocimiento, rueda f de identificación

identification tag N(US) chapa f de identificación

* * *
[aɪ'dentəfə'keɪʃən, aɪˌdentɪfɪ'keɪʃən]
mass noun
a) (act of identifying) identificación f
b) (evidence of identity)

have you got any identification? — ¿tiene algún documento que acredite su identidad?; (before n)

identification papers — documentos mpl, papeles mpl, documentación f


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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