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system

noun   /ˈsɪs·təm/
B1 a set of connected pieces of equipment that work together sistema We have an alarm system at home.
a way or method of doing things sistema, método the American legal system the public transport system
(Definition of system from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

system

noun /ˈsistəm/
an arrangement of many parts that work together sistema a railway system the solar system the digestive system.
a person’s body organismo Take a walk every day – it’s good for the system!
a way of organizing something according to certain ideas, principles etc sistema a system of government/education.
a plan or method método What is your system for washing the dishes?
the quality of being efficient and methodical organización, sistema, método Your work lacks system.
systematic /-ˈmӕtik/ adjective
sistemático a systematic approach.
systematically adverb
sistemáticamente
systematize verb ( (also systematiseBritish))
to arrange or organize something according to a system Sistematizar If you want your business to succeed, you need to systematize its most critical or important areas.
systematization noun ( (also systematisationBritish))
Sistematización the systematization of the archives.
systemic adjective
(formal) affecting the whole of something Sistémico systemic corruption in the police service A systemic disease affects the body as a whole.
systemically adverb
Sistematicamente Rheumatoid arthritis systemically affects the human body’s joints and organs.
(Definition of system from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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