comunidad
feminine noun
1. community (grupo)
  • la comunidad científica/internacional -> the scientific/international community
  • comunidad Andina -> Andean Community
  • comunidad autónoma (politics) -> autonomous region , = largest administrative division in Spain, with its own Parliament and a number of devolved powers
  • comunidad Europea (Antes) -> European Community
  • comunidad de propietarios o de vecinos -> residents' association
2. communion (cualidad de común) (de ideas, bienes)
  • comunidad de bienes -> co-ownership (between spouses)
COMUNIDAD ANDINA The Comunidad Andina de Naciones (CAN — Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela) has its origins in the 1969 “Acuerdo de Cartagena”. Over subsequent decades the various institutions which now form the CAN were set up: the Council of Foreign Ministers in 1979, the Court of Justice in 1983, the Presidential Council in 1990, and the General Secretariat in 1997. The ultimate aim has been to create a Latin American common market, and a free trade area was established in 1993 and a common external customs tariff in 1994, but more ambitious attempts at integration have been less successful. However, with a combined population of 120 million, and a GDP in 2002 of 260 billion dollars, the community is a significant economic group, and is currently negotiating with MERCOSUR (Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay) to set up a free trade area comprising the whole of South America, and with the EU to obtain more favorable trading relations.

comunidad [co-moo-ne-dahd’]
noun
1. Commonness. (f)
2. Commonalty, the common people. (f)
3. Community, corporation, guild, society. (f)
  • De comunidad -> conjointly, collectively; Comunidad Europea, European Community
  • Comunidad Británica de Naciones -> British Commonwealth
  • Comunidad de vecinos -> residents’ association
4. The cities of Castile, which at the beginning of the reign of Charles V rose against his government, in support of Spanish liberty. (f)

comunidad
1 (gen) community; (sociedad) society; association; (Religión) community; (And) commune of free Indians; (of free Indians)
de o en comunidad (Jur) jointly
comunidad autónoma (España) autonomous region
In Spain the comunidades autónomas are any of the 19 administrative regions consisting of one or more provinces and having political powers devolved from Madrid, as stipulated by the 1978 Constitution. They have their own democratically elected parliaments, form their own cabinets and legislate and execute policies in certain areas such as housing, infrastructure, health and education, though Madrid still retains jurisdiction for all matters affecting the country as a whole, such as defence, foreign affairs and justice. The Comunidades Autónomas are: Andalucía, Aragón, Asturias, Islas Baleares, Canarias, Cantabria, Castilla y León, Castilla-La Mancha, Cataluña, Extremadura, Galicia, Madrid, Murcia, Navarra, País Vasco, La Rioja, Comunidad Valenciana, Ceuta and Melilla.
The term Comunidades Históricas refers to Galicia, Catalonia and the Basque Country, which for reasons of history and language consider themselves to some extent separate from the rest of Spain. They were given a measure of independence by the Second Republic (1931-1936), only to have it revoked by Franco in 1939. With the transition to democracy, these groups were the most vociferous and successful in their demand for home rule, partly because they already had experience of federalism and had established a precedent with autonomous institutions like the Catalan Generalitat.
Comunidad Británica de Naciones British Commonwealth
Comunidad de Estados Independientes Commonwealth of Independent States
comunidad de vecinos residents' association
Comunidad (Económica) Europea European (Economic) Community
Comunidad Europea del Carbón y del Acero European Coal and Steel Community
comunidad lingüística speech community
2 (pago) [de piso] service charge; charge for communal services
todo sea por el bien de la comunidad la comunidad hindú de Londres las 1.500 personas que constituyen la comunidad hispana de Rabat no existe una postura unánime en la comunidad científica la comunidad gitana dentro de la comunidad homosexual no todos han seguido la campaña la enseñanza es el objetivo que nos une a todos en la comunidad universitaria comunidad de propietarios estos falsoscobradores visitan las comunidades de propietarios identificándose como personal de la empresa de mantenimiento de porteros automáticos la comunidad sefardita se reúne todos los viernes en la sinagoga uno de los preceptos de nuestra orden es vivir en comunidad comunidad de base han formado una comunidad de base Chaves debería reivindicar la condición de comunidad histórica para Andalucía Comunidad de Madrid Comunidad Autónoma de Andalucía Comunidad Autónoma Valenciana tenemos en comunidad varios terrenos en el monte comunidad de bienes Las inversiones de Athos a través del Saudesbank respondían a órdenes cursadas en nombre de "comunidades de bienes", entidades exentas de obligaciones de contabilidad no existe comunidad de intereses entre ambas empresas expresa la comunidad de objetivos estratégicos que une a todos los europeos pagar el alquiler del piso o gastos de comunidad; el recibo de la luz o la letra del televisor la sublevación de las Comunidades

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