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Translation of "proportion" - English-Spanish dictionary

proportion

noun /prəˈpoːʃən/
a part (of a total amount)
proporción
Only a small proportion of the class passed the exam.
the (correct) quantity, size, number etc (of one thing compared with that of another)
proporción
For this dish, the butter and flour should be in the proportion of three to four (=eg 300 grammes of butter with every 400 grammes of flour).
proportional adjective
proporcional
proportionally adverb
proporcionalmente
proportionate /-nət/ adjective being in correct proportion
proporcionado, proporcional
Are her wages really proportionate to the amount of work she does?
proportionately adverb
proporcionalmente
be/get etc in proportion (to) to (cause to) have a correct relationship (to each other or something else)
ser/estar proporcionado
In drawing a person, it is difficult to get all the parts of the body in proportion.
be/get etc out of (all) proportion (to) to (cause to) have an incorrect relationship (to each other or something else)
ser/estar desproporcionado
An elephant’s tail seems out of (all) proportion to the rest of its body.
in proportion to in relation to; in comparison with
en proporción con
You spend far too much time on that work in proportion to its importance.
Translations of “proportion”
in Arabic نِسْبة…
in Korean 비율, 균형…
in Malaysian bahagian, jumlah…
in French proportion, pourcentage…
in Turkish oran, nispet, miktar…
in Italian parte, percentuale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 數量, 部分, 份額…
in Russian часть, доля…
in Polish proporcja…
in Vietnamese phần, tỉ lệ…
in Portuguese parte, porcentagem…
in Thai ส่วน, อัตราส่วน…
in German der Teil, das Verhältnis…
in Catalan proporció, percentatge…
in Japanese 割合, 比率…
in Indonesian bagian, perbandingan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 数量, 部分, 份额…
(Definition of proportion from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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