assumption
assumption
noun
1. (supposition) 
Stop making ridiculous assumptions. If she didn't come, it must be because she couldn't.Deja de hacer suposiciones ridículas. Si no vino, será que no pudo.
Your idea is based on the erroneous assumption that people behave rationally.Tu idea se basa en el supuesto erróneo de que la gente se comporta de forma racional.
2. (acceptance of power or a position) 
His assumption of responsibility should be understood in legal terms.Su asunción de responsabilidad debe entenderse en términos legales.
b. la toma (F) 
The military's assumption of power followed straight after the coup.La toma de poder por el ejército tuvo lugar inmediatamente después del golpe de estado.
Assumption
proper noun
3. (religious) 
The Assumption is painted on the ceiling of the church.En el techo de la iglesia está pintada la Asunción.
assumption
Noun
1. (supposition) 
a. la suposición (F) 
to work on the assumption that…trabajar sobre la base de que…
2. (of power, responsibility) 
a. la asunción (F) 
3. (religion) 
a. no direct translation 
the Assumptionla Asunción
assumption [əˈsʌmpʃən]
noun
1 (supposition) suposición (f); supuesto (m)
that's only an assumption
on the assumption that suponiendo que; poniendo por caso que; we cannot make that assumption no podemos dar eso por sentado; to start from a false assumption partir de una base falsa
2 (taking) [of power, responsibility] asunción (f)
The government have retained the support which greeted their assumption of power last March The party is calling for `a common assumption of responsibility" It's difficult to believe that Cliff's assumption of the role of `first knight of pop" has come about as a consequence of towering artistic merit
3
the Assumption (Rel) la Asunción
modifier
Assumption Day (n) Día (m) de la Asunción
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