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Translation of "faculty" - English-Spanish dictionary

faculty

noun   /ˈfæk.əl.ti/
a natural ability to hear, see, think, move, etc. facultad Even at the age of 100, she still had all her faculties. Is he in command/possession of all his faculties (= can he still hear, speak, see, and think clearly)?1131
a group of departments in a college that specialize in a particular subject or group of subjects facultad the Psychology/Law Faculty UK the Faculty of Science427669
US the people who teach in a department in a college cuerpo docente He has been a faculty memberat the college for 20 years.1369
(Definition of faculty from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

faculty

noun /ˈfӕkəlti/ ( plural faculties)
a power of the mind facultad the faculty of reason.
a natural power of the body facultad the faculty of hearing.
ability or skill habilidad She has a faculty for saying the right thing.
(often with capital) a section of a university facultad the Faculty of Arts/Science.
(Definition of faculty from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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