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Spanish translation of “consistent”

consistent

adjective /kənˈsistənt/
(often with with) in agreement (with)
consecuente
The two statements are not consistent The second statement is not consistent with the first.
always (acting, thinking or happening) according to the same rules or principles; the same or regular
coherente
He was consistent in his attitude a consistent style of writing.
consistency noun (plural consistencies)
coherencia
One of his strengths as a player is the consistency of his performances.
consistently adverb
consistentemente
His work is of a consistently high standard.
(Definition of consistent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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