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"Comprehensive" is an adjective which is often translated as "exhaustivo", and "certified" is an adjective which is often translated as "diplomado". Learn more about the difference between "comprehensive" and "certified" below.
comprehensive(
kam
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prih
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hehn
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sihv
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (complete)
a. exhaustivo
We need to conduct a comprehensive survey of the whole transportation system.Necesitamos elaborar un estudio exhaustivo de todo el sistema de transporte.
b. completo
This is a comprehensive list of the documentation needed to apply for the scholarship.Esta es una lista completa de los documentos necesarios para solicitar la beca.
2. (covering all risks)
a. contra todo riesgo
Do you have comprehensive insurance or just third party?¿Tienes seguro contra todo riesgo o solo contra terceros?
3. (overwhelming)
a. aplastante
We will never forget our national team's comprehensive 6-0 defeat.Nunca olvidaremos la aplastante derrota 6-0 que sufrió nuestra selección nacional.
4. (wide scope)
a. integral
His presentation gave us a comprehensive vision of the project.Su presentación nos brindó una visión integral del proyecto
b. de conjunto
This report provides a comprehensive account of all conflict situations.Este reporte ofrece una visión de conjunto de todas las situaciones de conflicto.
c. extenso
Child adoption is a comprehensive and complicated process.La adopción de un niño es un proceso extenso y complicado.
d. amplio
The accounting firm provides comprehensive advice on tax planning and investing for its clients.La firma de contabilidad ofrece un amplio asesoramiento en planificación fiscal e inversión para sus clientes.
A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
5. (education) (United Kingdom)
a. el instituto de enseñanza secundaria
(m) means that a noun is masculine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol).
The majority of pupils in the United Kingdom attend comprehensives.La mayoría de los alumnos en el Reino Unido estudian en institutos de enseñanza secundaria.
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certified(
suhr
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dih
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fayd
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (having certification)
a. diplomado
The school needs a certified French teacher who can begin in the fall.La escuela necesita un profesor de francés diplomado que puede empezar en el otoño.
b. jurado
There is a lot of demand for certified medical interpreters in this city.Hay mucha demanda de intérpretes médicos jurados en esta ciudad.
c. titulado
We are confronting a shortage of teachers certified in math and science.Nos enfrentamos a una escasez de profesores titulados en matemáticas y ciencias.
2. (finance)
a. certificado
Because of the high price of the purchase, the seller requires you to pay with a certified check.Debido al alto precio de la compra, el vendedor requiere que pagues con un cheque certificado.
3. (medicine)
a. demente
The doctors knew the patient was certified, so they went into the encounter prepared.Los doctores sabían que el paciente era demente, y llegaron preparados al encuentro.
b. loco
Lenny's great-grandfather was certified and committed to an insane asylum.El bisabuelo de Lenny fue declarado loco y encerrado en un manicomio.
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