Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

cause of death   (causa de la muerte)

The coroner cited the wounds as the cause of death.

The cause of death was not immediately disclosed.

The cause of death was asphyxia by strangulation.

not cause   (no causa)

High blood pressure usually does not cause symptoms.

felt that general anxiety does not cause trypophobia.

Triclosan does not cause staining of the teeth.

common cause   (causa común)

They should be educated and unite for a common cause.

The use of a topical steroid is the most common cause.

The most common cause of expressive aphasia is stroke.

probable cause   (causa probable)

Evidence points to drowning as the most probable cause of death.

In 2010, the Ethics Commission found probable cause to investigate.

Vroom on the other hand held that a showing of probable cause had been made.

main cause   (causa principal)

The main cause of this condition is sun exposure.

This toxin is considered the main cause of CDAD.

Infectious diseases are a main cause of death for chimpanzees.

major cause   (causa mayor)

Vasospasm is the major cause of Prinzmetal's angina.

Depression is a major cause of disability worldwide.

Diffraction can be a major cause of crosstalk.

cause problems   (causar problemas)

Urban foxes can cause problems for local residents.

The clefts cause problems with facial muscle development.

This may cause problems with music and speech understanding.

cause damage   (causar daño)

Tropical cyclones only rarely cause damage in Cambodia.

Can cause damage to roses, raspberries and strawberries.

They are gregarious and can cause damage from minor to severe.

leading cause   (causa principal)

Diabetic retinopathy is a leading cause of blindness.

NCDs are the leading cause of death globally.

In 2016, it was the leading cause of deaths in females.

known to cause   (conocido por causar)

n-Hexane is known to cause axonal damage in peripheral nerves.

There are many diseases known to cause ocular or visual changes.

The number of genes known to cause cases of KS/CHH is still increasing.

primary cause   (causa primaria)

Meritocracy is a primary cause of status anxiety.

This ambiguity is a primary cause of "democratic deficit."

Hunting by humans is believed to be the primary cause of extinction.

most common cause   (causa más común)

The use of a topical steroid is the most common cause.

The most common cause of expressive aphasia is stroke.

Bacterial infection is the most common cause.

root cause   (causa principal)

This will narrow down the root cause of the problem while continuous testing.

PERC says that government policy is the root cause of much environmental degradation.

The graphic is constructed by: This approach tends to converge on a single root cause.

underlying cause   (causa subyacente)

Ultimately the underlying cause needs to be treated.

are employed to access the underlying cause of the coma.

Treatment depends on the underlying cause.

cause serious   (causar serios)

Benzodiazepines can cause serious addiction problems.

This can cause serious harm to the species that drink the water.

It is a challenging exercise, as poor form or execution can cause serious injury.

cause severe   (causa severa)

It can cause severe and less often fatal strokes.

If ingested, the sap can cause severe damage to internal organs.

Skin contact with the roots can cause severe itching and swelling.

does not cause   (no causa)

High blood pressure usually does not cause symptoms.

felt that general anxiety does not cause trypophobia.

Triclosan does not cause staining of the teeth.

enough to cause   (suficiente para causar)

Exsanguination is blood loss severe enough to cause death.

Their mouths are not large enough to cause a human fatality.

They also avoid terrain rocky enough to cause problems with digging.

likely to cause   (probable de causar)

Hitting the opponent's teeth or mouth is likely to cause mutual damage.

It is also safer as the tennis ball is soft and less likely to cause injury.

The same dose given over a longer period of time is less likely to cause ARS.

cause significant   (causa significativa)

They can cause significant damage in cereal fields.

It can cause significant damage and wear.

Thus, these fruit flies cause significant damage to fruit crops.

did not cause   (no causó)

This did not cause a deficiency in aggregate demand but in aggregate supply.

This B-17 was also shot down, but did not cause any further damage to the boat.

However, their presence which lasted until July 1919 did not cause great upset.

cause of action   (causa de la acción)

The elements of this cause of action are:

The former was the basis of the claim and was the real cause of action.

In the United States,"invasion of privacy" is a commonly used cause of action in legal pleadings.

cause and effect   (causa y efecto)

The idiom is about confusing cause and effect.

Hume elaborates more on this last principle of cause and effect.

Humans understand cause and effect.

cause more   (causar más)

Second-generation biofuels do not displace food production or cause more greenhouse gas emissions.

Bulls with horns will bunt (push or strike with the horns) in which can cause more damage overall.

That disregard proves fatal when three suicide bombers cause more than 700 deaths among worshipers.

likely cause   (causa probable)

An unlicensed fireworks discharge was the likely cause.

Hunting by humans is believed to be the likely cause of extinction.

Meanwhile, however, an earthquake is considered as the most likely cause for the landslide.

cause harm   (Causar daño)

Use during pregnancy can cause harm to the baby.

It may cause harm to the baby if taken during pregnancy or breastfeeding.

Certain sunscreen ingredients can cause harm if they penetrate the skin over time.

exact cause   (causa exacta)

The exact cause of cardiac syndrome X is unknown.

The exact cause of the condition is unknown.

The exact cause is unknown.

cause trouble   (causar problemas)

At times, both partners cause trouble for the other.

He is commanded to let 'no ravening bird cause trouble'.

They think it will cause trouble.

cause confusion   (causar confusión)

It can cause confusion regarding incidentalomas.

Some differences in usage and meaning can cause confusion or embarrassment.

Names for old or unfamiliar local occupations may cause confusion if poorly legible.

cause disease   (causa de enfermedad)

This virus does not appear to cause disease in the shrimp.

Mutations in keratin proteins in the skin can cause disease.

Autoantibodies against proteins that hold the cells of the skin together can also cause disease.

cause for concern   (motivo de preocupación)

Hoover said: The mad march of red fascism is a cause for concern in America.

The meeting minutes had registered the 1979 competition as a "cause for concern".

This unofficial candidacy was definitely a cause for concern among the Privy Council under Elizabeth.

possible cause   (causa posible)

Extreme economies of scale are one possible cause.

Another possible cause of condom failure is sabotage.

A possible cause might be insufficiently deep excisions.

shown to cause   (demostrado causar)

Betel nut chewing has been shown to cause oral cancers.

Medical DXM use has not been shown to cause the above issues.

Osmotic stress has also been shown to cause the formation of clastosomes.

cause death   (causar la muerte)

Exsanguination is blood loss severe enough to cause death.

This form of the disease is usually mild and does not cause death.

Furthermore, drugs prescribed in May would not cause death in August.

determine the cause   (determinar la causa)

A post-mortem failed to determine the cause of death.

The investigation was unable to determine the cause of the thrust reduction."

If the fever disappears off treatment, then the drugs need to be tested individually to determine the cause.

immediate cause   (causa inmediata)

The immediate cause is the loss of most vegetation.

it was considered the immediate cause of the Sanhedrin's decision to move against Christ.

The immediate cause of death was a heart attack, brought on by complications of pneumonia.

cause cancer   (causa cancer)

A virus that can cause cancer is called an "oncovirus".

Oxidative damage in DNA can cause cancer.

These mutations can cause cancer.

cause célèbre   (causa célèbre)

Glading's case became a cause célèbre and made national headlines.

They played a key role in the "cause célèbre" of the Franklin River Dam.

It was first published in 1991 and became an immediate "cause célèbre" and bestseller.

good cause   (Buena causa)

After 10 challenges, they have to show good cause (i.e.

His advocacy of the good cause was in frequent demand for meetings in London and the suburbs.

He or she serves as trustee for the duration of the case, but is subject to removal for good cause.

often cause   (a menudo causa)

Species of "Leccinum" often cause nausea when consumed raw.

Lunar eclipses occur only at a full moon and often cause a reddish hue on the near side of the Moon.

These migrations into the cities often cause large numbers of unemployed people, who end up living in slums.

no cause   (Sin causa)

), Brahms, Rubinstein & Wagner, so had no cause to complain."

In 10–20% of cases, no cause is found.

Ours must be one of these, and so the observed fine tuning should be no cause for wonder.

up the cause   (hasta la causa)

"Then," she wrote, "I had my life before me to take up the cause for those killed.

Sturge took up the cause of peace and arbitration being pioneered by Henry Richard.

Canadian knights took up the cause earlier, reflecting their earlier entry into the conflict.

just cause   (causa justa)

The article quotes Tamimi as saying that "fighting those who invade Muslims is a just cause."

He replied: 'Caesar did never wrong but with just cause;' and such like, which were ridiculous.

The trial ranged widely over whether there was just cause for war and not simply the prisoner issue.

potential to cause   (potencial para causar)

Lost source accidents have the potential to cause a considerable loss of human life.

Widow maker A widow maker is something that has the potential to cause sudden loss of life.

This discrepancy between the ideals of the ERG and the ideals of other employees has the potential to cause rifts.

direct cause   (causa directa)

An autopsy could not determine a direct cause of death.

This new military rule was the direct cause of the Warlord era.

Although miticides are not a direct cause of CCD they do play a role in it.

cause pain   (causa dolor)

Osteomyelitis (infection of the bone tissue) can also cause pain and limp.

These stones cause pain with passage and blockage and have been known to recur.

The wounds received from a kamaitachi do not bleed or cause pain, but are deep.

official cause   (causa oficial)

His official cause of death was a cocaine-related heart attack.

The official cause of death was "fatty degenerative heart disease".

The official cause was never revealed, but fatigue and disorientation may have played a role.

cause during   (causa durante)

Johnson had helped organize Missouri troops for the Union cause during the Civil War.

Bristol and Gloucester actively supported the Yorkist cause during the Wars of the Roses.

Supporting the Southern cause during the American Civil War, he served in the Confederate States Army.

found to cause   (encontrado para causar)

More than 115 mutations in PMM2 gene have been found to cause this disease.

Epigenetic changes have also been found to cause sex-based differentiation in the brain.

Certain viruses such as hepatitis B and human papilloma virus have been found to cause cancer in humans.

sufficient to cause   (suficiente para causar)

He also showed that myostatin was sufficient to cause a phenotype reminiscent of cachexia.

Damage to any of these hippocampal pathways is sufficient to cause some memory disturbance in humans.

Autosomal dominant inheritance means one copy of the altered gene in each cell is sufficient to cause the disorder.

unknown cause   (causa desconocida)

Palindromic rheumatism is a disease of unknown cause.

Those with epilepsy due to an unknown cause have little increased risk.

Transient synovitis is a reactive arthritis of the hip of unknown cause.

show cause   (mostrar causa)

Aylett was asked to show cause as to why he should not be expelled from the ALP.

Judicial review could thus be granted even if show cause proceedings were available.

In one case, the Seventh Circuit Court issued an order giving such an attorney "14 days to show cause why he should not be fined $10,000 for his frivolous arguments".

without cause   (sin causa)

Rapine and pillage were put to stop, and no punishment was inflicted without cause.

In early August 2017, Sheri McCoy was “terminated without cause” from her position as Avon CEO.

He said that the violence was due to the hostile attitude of whites, who had ravaged Paiute women and killed their men without cause.

not the cause   (no la causa)

The body is not the cause, but the instrument of sin.

This was not the cause, however, of the launch failure that killed seven astronauts.

If foreign objects are not the cause, incising and draining the abscess is standard treatment.

only cause   (solo causa)

In general, pressure and chemical environment only cause small changes to fusion ratios.

<br> But the opening of the dimensional gates did not only cause damage and destruction.

Natural selection will only cause evolution if there is enough genetic variation in a population.

cause many   (causar muchos)

Both of them cause many disasters while fighting supervillains.

Zero gravity and cosmic rays can cause many implications for astronauts.

The law regarding fixtures can also cause many problems with property held under a lease.

cause injury   (causar lesiones)

It is also safer as the tennis ball is soft and less likely to cause injury.

It is highly toxic and can cause injury or death upon inhalation, ingestion, or skin exposure.

It is highly toxic, and can cause injury or death upon physical contact or inhalation of fumes.

cause further   (causar más)

By the 1940s, however, another development was to cause further changes to the CRU's mandate.

The effects of soluble salts, biodegradation, and desiccation that cause further deterioration of artifacts are controlled.

Similarly, another argued that surface traffic would increase, which would cause further problems to downtown freight transport.