Translation: from spanish to english

from english to spanish

born+out+of

  • 1 nacido de

    = born out of, born of
    Ex. The need for a single jurisdiction and the consequent need for a single set of values to be imposed upon Internet activities is a fiction born out of centralist systems of western jurisprudence.
    Ex. He traces the creation of what he terms the Andean 'interculture', or the historical multiculture born of colonialism.
    * * *
    = born out of, born of

    Ex: The need for a single jurisdiction and the consequent need for a single set of values to be imposed upon Internet activities is a fiction born out of centralist systems of western jurisprudence.

    Ex: He traces the creation of what he terms the Andean 'interculture', or the historical multiculture born of colonialism.

    Spanish-English dictionary > nacido de

  • 2 que nace de

    Ex. The need for a single jurisdiction and the consequent need for a single set of values to be imposed upon Internet activities is a fiction born out of centralist systems of western jurisprudence.
    * * *

    Ex: The need for a single jurisdiction and the consequent need for a single set of values to be imposed upon Internet activities is a fiction born out of centralist systems of western jurisprudence.

    Spanish-English dictionary > que nace de

  • 3 que surge de

    Ex. The need for a single jurisdiction and the consequent need for a single set of values to be imposed upon Internet activities is a fiction born out of centralist systems of western jurisprudence.
    * * *

    Ex: The need for a single jurisdiction and the consequent need for a single set of values to be imposed upon Internet activities is a fiction born out of centralist systems of western jurisprudence.

    Spanish-English dictionary > que surge de

  • 4 surgido de

    Ex. The need for a single jurisdiction and the consequent need for a single set of values to be imposed upon Internet activities is a fiction born out of centralist systems of western jurisprudence.
    * * *

    Ex: The need for a single jurisdiction and the consequent need for a single set of values to be imposed upon Internet activities is a fiction born out of centralist systems of western jurisprudence.

    Spanish-English dictionary > surgido de

  • 5 nacido fuera de matrimonio

    • born out of wedlock

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > nacido fuera de matrimonio

Look at other dictionaries:

  • born out of wedlock — {adj. phr.} Born to parents who are not married to each other; without legal parents. * /Sometimes when a married couple can t have children, they adopt a child who was born out of wedlock./ * /Today we no longer make fun of children born out of… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • born out of wedlock — {adj. phr.} Born to parents who are not married to each other; without legal parents. * /Sometimes when a married couple can t have children, they adopt a child who was born out of wedlock./ * /Today we no longer make fun of children born out of… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • born\ out\ of\ wedlock — adj. phr. Born to parents who are not married to each other; without legal parents. Sometimes when a married couple can t have children, they adopt a child who was born out of wedlock. Today we no longer make fun of children born out of wedlock …   Словарь американских идиом

  • born out of something — born of/out of/something phrase happening as the result of something With a strength born of desperation, he forced open the door. Thesaurus: because and because ofsynonym Main e …   Useful english dictionary

  • born out of wedlock — ► born in (or out of) wedlock born of married (or unmarried) parents. Main Entry: ↑wedlock …   English terms dictionary

  • born out of wedlock — born outside of a marriage, born to two people who are not married to each other …   English contemporary dictionary

  • born out of wedlock — Born to an unmarried female; born to a married female but begotten during the continuance of the marriage status by one other than her husband. State v Coliton, 73 ND 582, 17 NW2d 546, 156 ALR 1403. Anno: 156 ALR 1411 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • born out of wedlock — Children whose parents are not, and have not been, married to each other regardless of marital status of either parent with respect to another. State v. Coliton, 73 N.D. 582, 17 N.W.2d 546, 549, 552. See illegitimate …   Black's law dictionary

  • child born out of wedlock — index bastard Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • children born out of wedlock — bastards, children born out of adultery …   English contemporary dictionary

  • acknowledgment of child born out of wedlock — See acknowledgment of paternity …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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