reconversion


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re·con·vert

 (rē′kən-vûrt′)
intr. & tr.v. re·con·vert·ed, re·con·vert·ing, re·con·verts
To undergo or cause to undergo conversion to a previous state or condition.

re′con·ver′sion (-vûr′zhən, -shən) n.
Translations

reconversion

[ˌriːkənˈvɜːʃn] n (Fin) → riconversione f
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El eje del debate propuesto gira en torno a tres conceptos clave de los procesos de liberalizacion: oportunidad, reconversion y vulnerabilidad.
Es incomprensible que no se hayan desarrollado programas para la reconversion del sector, como se ha hecho en todos esos paises y, en cambio, se haya propiciado la destruccion del sector campesino, por lo que ahora seguiremos pagando costos altisimos en cuanto a carestia de alimentos, expulsion sin precedente historico de migrantes --muchos regresaran ahora deportados--, desastre social en las comunidades y expansion ilimitada hacia el futuro en narcotrafico.
And finally, is emphasizing reconversion rather than secularization actually more of a semantic than substantive distinction, given that Protestant dogma was significantly reconfigured as intellectuals increasingly looked to science and culture--rather than Scripture and creed--as their authoritative source?
El primero tiene que ver con la reconversion a la que se esta sometiendo la "blogosfera"; el segundo, a la reconversion que estan sufriendo los noticiarios estelares de la television.
These negotiations aim to reach agreement on three Single Programming Documents (SPDs) on Objective 2 (reconversion of areas in industrial decline), Objective 3 (combating labour market exclusion and the professional insertion of young people) as well as on the fisheries sector of the Structural Funds for the period 2004-2006.
L.; un poliducto de 12 pulgadas de diametro por 252 kilometros para transportar productos petroliferos de Cadereyta a Matamoros; la reconversion de flujo del poliducto Ciudad Madero-Cadereyta, asi como la automatizacion de cuatro terminales de almacenamiento y distribucion.
base, Global Nuclear Fuel-Americas LLC, has incorporated GE's fuel plant in North Carolina and a GE-Japan Nuclear Fuel joint venture for uranium fuel reconversion for power generation purposes, to serve the U.S., European, Taiwanese and Mexican markets, they said.
1.408A-5, Q&A9(a)(1), the term also includes a post-1999 reconversion that occurs before the permitted time.
The IRS has concluded that the deadline for reconversion is extended by Treasury Regulation Sec.
A round trip is a conversion, a recharacterization, a reconversion, and a recharacterization of the reconversion if desired or necessary.
A taxpayer can then reconvert that new IRA to a Roth IRA, provided he or she meets the eligibility requirements in the reconversion year.