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A feminine noun is almost always used with feminine articles and adjectives (e.g. la mujer bonita, la luna llena).
1. (crowd)
a. audience
El candidato saludó a la concurrencia y comenzó su discurso.The candidate greeted the audience and began his speech.
b. public
Una gran parte de la concurrencia se salió del auditorio en señal de protesta.A large part of the public left the auditorium as a sign of protest.
c. spectators
La concurrencia entonó el canto de batalla del equipo.The spectators sang the team's theme song.
2. (people present)
a. turnout
Esperamos que el evento cuente con una gran concurrencia.We are hoping for a good turnout at the event.
b. attendance
La concurrencia a los servicios religiosos de los domingos ha sufrido una disminución constante en los últimos 20 años.Attendance at church services on Sundays has been in steady decline over the past 20 years.
3. (simultaneity)
a. coincidence
La magnitud del desastre se debe a la concurrencia de varios factores negativos esa noche.The magnitude of the disaster is due to the coincidence of several negative factors that night.
b. concurrence
Se necesita la concurrencia de todos los interesados para firmar el acuerdo.The concurrence of all parties is needed in order to sign the agreement.
4. (commerce)
a. competition
Los reglamentos especifican que se debe evitar la concurrencia entre productores locales.The rules state that competition must be avoided between local producers.
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A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
1. (asistencia)
a. attendance
2. (espectadores)
a. crowd, audience
3. (de sucesos)
a. concurrence
4. (commerce)
a. competition
5. (law)
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
no concurrencianon-competition clause
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1 (coincidencia) concurrence; (simultaneidad) simultaneity; coincidence
2 (público) (Dep) spectators
; (p)
(Cine) (Teat) audience
3 (asistencia) attendance; turnout
había una numerosa concurrencia there was a big attendance o turnout
4 (Com) competition
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