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Meaning of "crítico" in the Spanish dictionary

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ETYMOLOGY OF THE WORD CRÍTICO

La palabra crítico procede del latín critĭcus, la cual a su vez procede del griego κριτικός.
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Etymology is the study of the origin of words and their changes in structure and significance.
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PRONUNCIATION OF CRÍTICO IN SPANISH

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GRAMMATICAL CATEGORY OF CRÍTICO

noun
adjective
verb
adverb
pronoun
preposition
conjunction
interjection
article
Crítico can act as a noun and an adjective.
A noun is a type of word the meaning of which determines reality. Nouns provide the names for all things: people, objects, sensations, feelings, etc.

The adjective is the word that accompanies the noun to determine or qualify it.

WHAT DOES CRÍTICO MEAN IN SPANISH?

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Definition of crítico in the Spanish dictionary

The first definition of critic in the dictionary of the real academy of the Spanish language belongs to or relates to criticism. Another meaning of critic in the dictionary is pertaining or relative to the crisis. Critical is also said about the state, moment, period, etc., in which this occurs. La primera definición de crítico en el diccionario de la real academia de la lengua española es perteneciente o relativo a la crítica. Otro significado de crítico en el diccionario es perteneciente o relativo a la crisis. Crítico es también se dice del estado, momento, punto, etc., en que esta se produce.

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SPANISH WORDS THAT RHYME WITH CRÍTICO


analítico
a·na··ti·co
ansiolítico
an·sio··ti·co
apolítico
a·po··ti·co
autocrítico
au·to·crí·ti·co
calcolítico
cal·co··ti·co
catalítico
ca·ta··ti·co
electrolítico
e·lec·tro··ti·co
geopolítico
ge·o·po··ti·co
hemolítico
he·mo··ti·co
levítico
le··ti·co
lítico
·ti·co
mítico
·ti·co
monolítico
mo·no··ti·co
neolítico
ne·o··ti·co
paleolítico
pa·le·o··ti·co
paralítico
pa·ra··ti·co
político
po··ti·co
psicoanalítico
psi·co·a·na··ti·co
raquítico
ra·quí·ti·co
sociopolítico
so·cio·po··ti·co

SPANISH WORDS THAT BEGIN LIKE CRÍTICO

critérium
crítica
criticable
criticador
criticadora
críticamente
criticar
criticastro
criticidad
criticismo
criticón
criticona
critiqueo
critiquizar
crizneja
croajar
croar
croata
crocante
crocanti

SPANISH WORDS THAT END LIKE CRÍTICO

antiartrítico
antisifilítico
artrítico
ascítico
celulítico
dendrítico
detrítico
diacrítico
enclítico
granítico
hipercrítico
impolítico
jesuítico
megalítico
mesolítico
mucolítico
nefrítico
pleurítico
semítico
sifilítico

Synonyms and antonyms of crítico in the Spanish dictionary of synonyms

SYNONYMS

SYNONYMS OF «CRÍTICO» IN SPANISH

The following Spanish words have a similar or identical meaning as «crítico» and belong to the same grammatical category.
Spanish synonyms of crítico

Translation of «crítico» into 25 languages

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TRANSLATION OF CRÍTICO

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The translations of crítico from Spanish to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «crítico» in Spanish.

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Translator Spanish - Chinese

危急
1,325 millions of speakers

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crítico
570 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - English

critical
510 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Hindi

महत्वपूर्ण
380 millions of speakers
ar

Translator Spanish - Arabic

حرج
280 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Russian

критический
278 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Portuguese

crítico
270 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Bengali

সংকটপূর্ণ
260 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - French

critique
220 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Malay

kritikal
190 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - German

kritisch
180 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Japanese

クリティカル
130 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Korean

결정적인
85 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Javanese

kritis
85 millions of speakers
vi

Translator Spanish - Vietnamese

chỉ trích
80 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Tamil

விமர்சன
75 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Marathi

गंभीर
75 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Turkish

kritik
70 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Italian

critico
65 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Polish

krytyczny
50 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Ukrainian

критичний
40 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Romanian

critic
30 millions of speakers
el

Translator Spanish - Greek

κρίσιμος
15 millions of speakers
af

Translator Spanish - Afrikaans

kritiese
14 millions of speakers
sv

Translator Spanish - Swedish

kritisk
10 millions of speakers
no

Translator Spanish - Norwegian

kritisk
5 millions of speakers

SPANISH - ENGLISH DICTIONARY

crítico
crítico-1 
  critic ; reviewer ; whistle-blower.
 Other critics have turned attention to the order of the main classes in DC.
 In addition to her reputation as a leading expert in information control, Phyllis Richmond is another of ISAD's official reviewers of the AACR2's draft.
 Whistle-blowers are natural allies to the extent that they provide material that makes corrections and provides new ideas that the authorities overlooked or tried to suppress.
callar a los críticos 
silence + Posesivo + critics
 She has successfully silenced her critics who argued that her fame was because of her looks and not her acting.
crítico de arte 
art critic
 The author discusses art critic Harry Quilter, usually remembered today as 'Arry,' the butt of merciless lampooning by J.M. Whistler.
crítico de baile 
dance critic
 The writer explains how he earned a poison-pen reputation as dance and music critic at the Los Angeles Times.
crítico de cine 
film critic
 These days, many people get their movie info from the Web and rely on the advice of online film critics.
crítico de música 
music critic
 The writer explains how he earned a poison-pen reputation as dance and music critic at the Los Angeles Times.
crítico literario  
literary critic
book reviewer
 There is a difference between the way a reference librarian and a literary critic use books.
 It is rather a pity that book reviewers tend to ignore this very popular genre so much.
críticos + no estar de acuerdo 
critics + be divided
 The critics are divided but Rolf Harris says he's thrilled to bits with the finished product.
haber división de opiniones entre los críticos 
critics + be divided
 The critics are divided but Rolf Harris says he's thrilled to bits with the finished product.
silenciar a los críticos 
silence + Posesivo + critics
 She has successfully silenced her critics who argued that her fame was because of her looks and not her acting.
crítico
crítico-2 
  critical ; censorial ; censorious ; discerning ; discriminating ; judgmental [judgemental].
 A study then of the underlying features of the classification process and the components of a classification scheme is a preparation for the more critical and informed application of classification schemes.
 As chairman he objected to reduction of library budgets and to censorial interference in library work.
 Some librarians are concerned that the censorious climate is affecting the acquisition of school library materials.
 Moreover, the shady image of video libraries drove away discerning customers.
 Previous work has suggested that the most discriminating terms are those with medium frequencies of occurrence.
 From the analysis of some 5760 questions, Wilkinson and Miller developed a 'step approach' to differentiate reference questions according to how many judgmental steps were required to answer them.
actitud crítica 
critical eye
 Scholarly publishers routinely include in their contract requirements that may merit a critical eye.
adoptar una postura crítica sobre 
take + a critical view of
 A critical view taken of library consultants in general leads on to the identification of factors that will assist libraries in selecting consultants.
alcanzar masa crítica  
reach + critical mass
achieve + critical mass
 The Web has reached critical mass, making the situation ripe for librarians to build the digital library.
 One of the important part played by list moderators is planting 'seeds' in new discussion groups that have not yet achieved critical mass.
análisis crítico  
critical analysis
critical eye
 This article subjects the much-heralded Chilean 'model' of social policy reform to a critical analysis.
 Scholarly publishers routinely include in their contract requirements that may merit a critical eye.
bibliografía crítica 
critical bibliography
 Doubtless its compilers were influenced by the rapid growth of historical and critical bibliography at the turn of the century.
capacidad crítica   
critical awareness
critical faculty
critical skills
 And what do we mean by critique? We mean critical awareness, socially, politically, intellectually.
 Schucking noted that early step when a child's 'imagination awakes, without corresponding development of the critical faculty,' a step most children make before they reach school age = Schucking se percató de ese primer paso en el niño cuando "se despierta su imaginación sin el correspondiente desarrollo de la capacidad crítica", un paso que dan la mayoría de los niños antes de alcanzar la edad escolar.
 In this message-rich culture, individuals have more need that ever before in human history for a repertoire of critical skills.
capacidad crítica de los programas televisivos 
teleliteracy
 This article stresses the importance of teleliteracy, as children need to be able to interpret television stimuli with the same discrimination that they need to apply in their reading.
comentario crítico  
critical comment
critical commentary
 Quality in reviewing can be variable, but ARBA has a good record for providing critical comments when indicated and does not hesitate to make comparisons with similar tools.
 This is a critical commentary on a paper by Maurice Line regarding external factors which affect technological innovations in publishing.
desde un punto de vista crítico  
judgmentally [judgementally]
critically
 I don't mean that judgmentally either, but every record is searched before it goes into the NUC to insure consistency of form and eliminate duplicates.
 Some simple measures of index effectiveness are introduced here so that it is possible to consider different indexing methods critically.
de un modo crítico 
critically
 Some simple measures of index effectiveness are introduced here so that it is possible to consider different indexing methods critically.
edición crítica  [Edición de una obra en la que se recoge el trabajo de investigación y de reconstrucción del texto a partir del estudio minucioso del manuscrito y de las distintas ediciones de una obra concreta]
critical edition
 A critical edition of a book will be set from a particular basic text, and the chosen original is called the copy-text.
espíritu critico 
critical spirit
 The author discusses 5 bibliographies published since 1985 by Greenwood Press; looks at reviews they received in the library press; and wonders what became of the critical spirit in reference book reviewing.
estudio crítico del estado de la cuestión  [Análisis crítico de los últimos avances sobre un tema]  [Análisis crítico de los últimos avances sobre un tema]
review
review
 A review, as opposed to a survey, should be a critical, liberally, documented assessment of work in a particular field, and is usually supported by an extensive bibliography.
 A review, as opposed to a survey, should be a critical, liberally, documented assessment of work in a particular field, and is usually supported by an extensive bibliography.
evaluación crítica 
critical evaluation
 The aspect of literary content with wich bibliography must disclaim any connection is that of critical evaluation.
examen crítico 
critical examination
 The new system opens up limitless possibilities to the library and may stimulate further critical examination of other methods of information handling.
falto de sentido crítico 
uncritical
 He then went on to note sardonically that, 'this may not be a major drawback because of the increasingly uncritical acceptance of cataloging data which probably conflicts with previous practice at a given library'.
juicio crítico 
critical judgement
 The eternal verities of collection management all stem from critical judgement.
masa crítica  [Cantidad mínima que se necesita de cualquier cosa para que ésta tenga importancia en su campo de aplicación]
critical mass
 The author examines the important problem of what is the required critical mass in the World Wide Web for metadata in order for it to be really useful.
muy crítico 
highly critical
 Highly critical in places, the findings of the report often appear to contradict the perceptions of the profession.
no crítico 
non-critical
 Abstracts, unless specified otherwise, are non-critical.
pensamiento crítico 
critical thinking
 This article argues that critical thinking, a long sought after goal in the US educational system, may be taught efficiently through the agency of library use instructions within the college environment.
reseña crítica  [Evaluación crítica de un libro, artículo, etc] 
critical review
critical survey
 The reviewer's place in citation chains is an important one because conceivably a carefully done critical review could make or break a line of enquiry or alter the direction of a chain of citations.
 The article is entitled 'Recent developments in the bibliography of Anglo-American literary reviews: a critical survey'.
resumen crítico 
critical abstract
 A critical abstract evaluates a document and the work that it records.
situación crítica 
critical situation
 To be a successful crane driver, you must have self-control and be able to keep a cool head in critical situations.
crítico
crítico-3 
  critical ; life threatening.
 Needless to say, this technique is relatively slow but can be valuable if retrieval speed is not critical.
 The study also investigated whether persons who had consulted the book before committing suicide had life threatening medical illnesses.
alcanzar el punto crítico 
come to + a head
 The debate appears to have come to a head with the launch of two new titles on DVD.
cuestión crítica 
critical issue
 Personnel management is a critical issue facing library administrators.
estar en estado crítico 
be critically ill
 The third boy is critically ill and is in hospital battling between life and death.
material crítico 
critical matter
 An editor is a person who prepares for publication an item not his own and whose labour may be limited to the addition of an introduction, notes, and other critical matter.
punto crítico  
turning point
Posesivo + road to Damascus
 This article elaborates on the turning point in library service during the reign of the National Socialists and discusses its reorganisation after World War II.
 His road to Damascus moment came when he realised that at 42 he is the same age Elvis was when he died.

Trends of use of crítico

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TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «CRÍTICO»

The term «crítico» is very widely used and occupies the 3.372 position in our list of most widely used terms in the Spanish dictionary.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «CRÍTICO» OVER TIME

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Examples of use in the Spanish literature, quotes and news about crítico

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9 SPANISH QUOTES WITH «CRÍTICO»

Famous quotes and sentences with the word crítico.
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Edward Albee
Si Atila viviera en nuestros días, sería crítico teatral.
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Jules Renard
Un crítico no debe decir sino la verdad. Pero debe también conocerla.
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Nicolas Boileau
Sé para ti mismo un crítico severo.
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Oscar Wilde
El primer deber de un crítico de arte es tener la boca callada en todo momento y bajo cualquier circunstancia.
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Percy B. Shelley
Un ladrón fallido se hace policía para capturar a los ladrones; un autor sin éxito se hace crítico.
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François Mauriac
Un mal escritor puede llegar a ser un buen crítico, por la misma razón que un pésimo vino también puede llegar a ser un buen vinagre.
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George Steiner
Al mirar hacia atrás, el crítico ve la sombra de un eunuco. ¿Quién sería crítico si pudiera ser escritor?
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André Maurois
Todo artista es tan múltiple que el crítico no puede dejar de encontrar en él lo que busca resueltamente y a priori.
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Sigmund Freud
Ningún crítico es más capaz que yo de percibir claramente la desproporción que existe entre los problemas y la solución que les aporto.

10 SPANISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CRÍTICO»

Discover the use of crítico in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to crítico and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in Spanish literature.
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Racismo y análisis crítico de los medios
El analisis critico del discurso, objetivo fundamental de este libro, es abordado por Teun A. van Dijk de forma didactica, comprensible, comprometida e innovadora.
Teun A. Van Dijk, 1997
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Pensamiento crítico y matriz (de) colonial
El texto permite observar el proceso tanto de la comprension como de la construccion de una novedosa perspectiva del pensar critico cuya base descansa en la relacion modernidad/colonialidad y los patrones del poder que esta relacion ha ...
Catherine E. Walsh, 2005
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La formación del pensamiento crítico: teoría y práctica
Esta obra viene a llenar un vacio en el campo del desarrollo de la inteligencia: la teoria y la practica que aqui se presentan apoyan al profesor que busca bases de tipo reflexivo para la ensenanza.
Jacques Boisvert, 2004
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Nietzsche, crítico de Kant
Libro que pone de manifiesto como Nietzsche conocía mejor a Kant que los eruditos que tan beatíficamente ha dado el 'noumenismo'.
Olivier Reboul, 1993
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Ensayo histórico-crítico sobre la antigua legislación y ...
Francisco Martinez Marina. »> desheredados é muchos cohechados, é de estas cosas tales que se v«sigue muy gran daño á la tierra , é non era nuestro servicio, é «que quisiésemos defender é mandar que esto no pasase así de aquí ...
Francisco Martinez Marina, 1808
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El hombre y la ética: humanismo crítico, desarrollo moral, ...
Estudia la posibilidad y el sentido de una ética contemporánea.
José Rubio Carracedo, 1987
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VII Juicio Crítico Literario
ÍNDICE: - Presentación. - Introducción al Juicio.- Presidente del Tribunal.- Juramento. Alocución del Encausado: Qué cosa es ser loco, y para qué sirve el serlo, según D. Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra.
Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, 1998
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Santo Rosario. Edición crítico-histórica:
Los autores aspiran a que la presente edición crítico-histórica de Santo Rosario ofrezca el texto y el contexto del libro en las mejores condiciones para los que se dedican a la investigación (...).
San Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer, Pedro Rodríguez García, 2010
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Enfoque crítico de los modelos de contabilidad social
Una parte importante de este libro se dedica a la construcción de modelos descriptivos con un enfoque macroeconómico para una economía capitalista. Desde una perspectiva crítica, Astori utiliza como base el modelo de Naciones Unidas.
Danilo Astori, 2002
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El secreto creador de Salvador Dalí: el método ...
"El secreto creador de Salvador Dalí", de Jesús Lázaro Docio, introduce al lector en el entrañable mundo de la creación.
Jesús Lázaro Docio, 2010

10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CRÍTICO»

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El fotógrafo Canito, en estado crítico
El decano de los fotógrafos taurinos españoles, el alicantino Francisco Cano Lorenza, Canito, de 103 años, se halla en estado crítico tras haber sufrido el ... «Información, Jul 16»
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Cuatro heridos, uno de ellos en estado crítico, tras la explosión de ...
Cuatro personas han resultado heridas este domingo, una de las cuales encuentra en estado crítico y otra grave, en una explosión que ha desembocado en un ... «20minutos.es, Jul 16»
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Quedan 18 heridos de Niza en estado crítico
Un total de 85 heridos del atentado de Niza del pasado jueves siguen hospitalizados, de los que 17 adultos y un niño se encuentras en estado crítico, informó ... «Informador.com.mx, Jul 16»
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El crítico y director teatral José Monleón fallece a los 89 años
El director teatral, ensayista, crítico y también dramaturgo José Monleón, ... su licenciatura en Derecho para ser crítico y articulista en prensa en las revistas ... «Público, Jul 16»
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Reportan a cuatro en estado crítico por tiroteo en Orlando
Un total 18 personas, cuatro de ellas en estado crítico, permanecen hospitalizadas en el Centro Médico Regional de Orlando, donde fueron trasladados la gran ... «Informador.com.mx, Jun 16»
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Seis de los heridos en tiroteo de Orlando están en estado crítico
El día de hoy el Orlando Regional Medical Center dio a conocer el estado de salud de los pacientes que recibieron la madrugada del domingo tras resultar ... «holaciudad.com, Jun 16»
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En estado crítico un joven de 15 años tras sufrir una caída de moto ...
El siniestro, que ha provocado un traumatismo craneal a la víctima, ha tenido lugar este sábado sobre las 18,40 horas, momento en el que el centro 112 de ... «20minutos.es, Jun 16»
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Tres heridos, uno crítico, en dos accidentes de tráfico en Lanzarote
Un hombre de 50 años ingresó la noche del jueves en estado crítico en el Hospital Doctor José Molina Orosa, después de que el ve-hículo que conducía diera ... «La Provincia - Diario de Las Palmas, Jun 16»
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58 proyectos de la Costa, en “estado crítico
Hay tres causas del estado crítico de los proyectos, según el DNP: obras terminadas o aún en ejecución que no pueden entrar en operación porque presentan ... «El Heraldo, Jun 16»
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Un niño de 18 meses en estado crítico tras ser atropellado en el ...
Un niño de 18 meses se encuentra en estado crítico tras sufrir un atropello en el pantano de San Roque, en la localidad pacense de Guareña, poco después de ... «20minutos.es, Apr 16»

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