distinction in Spanish

Pronunciation
s. distinción, distingo, prestancia, rango, sobresaliente; diferencia, desemejanza, disimilitud, claridad, diferenciación

Example Sentences

Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status.
Toda persona tiene todos los derechos y libertades proclamados en esta Declaración, sin distinción alguna de raza, color, sexo, idioma, religión, opinión política o de cualquier otra índole, origen nacional o social, posición económica, nacimiento o cualquier otra condición.
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It's necessary to make a distinction between the two sounds.
Hay que hacer una distinción entre los dos sonidos.
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That distinction was well-deserved.
Aquella distinción era merecida.
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There's no need of making such fine distinctions.
No hace falta hacer distinciones tan sutiles.
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Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim, who had that distinction last time, came in second place, followed by Amancio Ortega and Warren Buffet.
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El magnate mexicano Carlos Slim, que antes tenía esa distinción ha pasado al segundo lugar, seguido de Amancio Ortega y Warren Buffet.
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Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim, who had that distinction previously, moved into second place, while the Spanish businessman Amancio Ortega, founder of Indutex group, is third.
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El magnate mexicano Carlos Slim, que antes tenía esa distinción ha pasado al segundo lugar, mientras el empresario español Amancio Ortega, fundador del grupo Indutex, es tercero.
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However, summing things up, the girl was worth something for her distinction, beauty, and panache; and since she was the only daughter of a title – and a title that brought with it some millions – I knew that my good mathematician would be inconsolable.
Pero, en fin, la muchacha valía cualquier cosa por su distinción, hermosura y garbo; y como además era hija única de título, y de título que llevaba anejos algunos millones, conocí que mi buen matemático estaría inconsolable.
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“It was a distinction, my dear Dorian--a great distinction. Most people become bankrupt through having invested too heavily in the prose of life. To have ruined one’s self over poetry is an honour. But when did you first speak to Miss Sibyl Vane?”
-Lo es, mi querido Dorian; un verdadero timbre de gloria. La mayoría de la gente se arruina por invertir demasiado en la prosa de la vida. Arruinarse por la poesía es un honor. ¿Cuándo hablaste por vez primera con la señorita Sybil Vane?
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who have created its greatness." He was talking of the future conquests as though they were marks of distinction with which his country was going to favor other countries.
que han creado su grandeza. Hablaba de las futuras conquistas como si fuesen muestras de distinción con que su país iba a favorecer a los demás pueblos.
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as no other man had. Her eyes, with an irresistible desire for comparison, sought Julio's, admiring his youthful grace and distinction. The image of Laurier, heavy and ordinary, came into her mind as a consolation.
como ningún otro hombre. Sus ojos, con un deseo irresistible de comparación, se fijaban en Desnoyers, admirando su gentileza juvenil. La imagen de Laurier, pesada y vulgar, acudía a su memoria como un consuelo.
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