Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

vast majority   (gran mayoría)

The vast majority of Sherbro people are Christian.

The vast majority were born in Nicaragua (287,766).

The vast majority of the population was literate.

absolute majority   (mayoria absoluta)

The left parties missed an absolute majority by two seats.

No party commanded an absolute majority in two other states.

It may be rejected out right by an absolute majority of MEPs.

majority vote   (Voto mayoritario)

Legislation is passed by an open majority vote.

The decisions of the commission are taken by a majority vote.

Laws are passed on a majority vote.

large majority   (gran mayoría)

Now a large majority of Malang residents are Muslims.

The Liberals won a large majority in the 1880 election.

The changes were approved by a large majority of voters.

overwhelming majority   (mayoría aplastante)

The overwhelming majority of the Muslims were Sunnis.

Berlin was elected by an overwhelming majority.

This time, he was elected by an overwhelming majority.

spent the majority   (pasó la mayoría)

Thirteen spent the majority of the career with the Chiefs.

Lonas spent the majority of his artistic career in Berlin.

He spent the majority of his career with Heart of Midlothian.

great majority   (gran mayoría)

The Eastern bishops formed the great majority.

The great majority of people viewed him with suspicion.

The great majority accepted a place at The Actor Works.

won a majority   (ganó una mayoría)

On election day, Williams won a majority in every precinct within the city.

This would prove the last time the Liberals won a majority in their own right.

Gaining 148 seats, they won a majority government for the first time since 2000.

majority opinion   (opinión mayoritaria)

Hughes wrote the majority opinion in "Missouri ex rel.

Chief Justice Rehnquist dissented from the majority opinion.

Writing the majority opinion in "A.L.A.

majority stake   (participacion mayoritaria)

after holding the majority stake for 9 years.

In 1997, Antelo sold a majority stake of Cofal to Renault.

The majority stake in the mine is owned by InterGen Australia.

majority government   (gobierno mayoritario)

Premier John Norquay formed a majority government.

up the majority   (hasta la mayoría)

Their descendants make up the majority of the people.

It makes up the majority of modern-day Turkey.

Ford vehicles made up the majority of the racing grid.

majority of seats   (mayoría de asientos)

Labour took control of the Council after winning a comfortable majority of seats.

Before the election, the Labour Party held a majority of seats on Oxford City Council.

Labour members held a majority of seats on both authorities until their abolition in 1996.

majority shareholder   (accionista mayoritario)

The Commerzbank is still the majority shareholder.

He was the chairman and majority shareholder, with a 56% stake.

In 1999, the Basler Kantonalbank became the majority shareholder.

majority of people   (la mayoría de la gente)

The majority of people work as farmers and traders.

The majority of people in the region speak Sarikoli.

The great majority of people viewed him with suspicion.

simple majority   (mayoría simple)

A simple majority could override the royal veto.

It required only a simple majority in favour.

Referenda are approved by a simple majority.

majority owner   (propietario mayoritario)

In 1924, he bought out majority owner Tommy Gorman.

In 2019 the new majority owner became the KKCG group.

He is the founder, chairman, and majority owner of Sunac.

majority decision   (decisión mayoritaria)

He lost the fight via controversial majority decision.

Hansen lost to Erin Blanchfield via majority decision.

Lovato defeated Mousasi by majority decision.

majority of votes   (mayoría de votos)

She received an absolute majority of votes cast by parliamentarians.

Mehakdeep entered into the competition by getting majority of votes.

This ensures that the winner gains a majority of votes in the second round.

parliamentary majority   (mayoría parlamentaria)

Since 2005, a single party has achieved a parliamentary majority.

The parliamentary majority was divided about the law to restrict the dismissals.

The snap election saw the AKP regain its absolute parliamentary majority with 317 of 550 seats.

majority of whom   (mayoría de los cuales)

About 12,000 Europeans reside in Burkina Faso, the majority of whom are French.

The rebellion resulted in the deaths of at least 27 people, the majority of whom were rebels.

Agriculture supports more than 70% of the labour force, the majority of whom are subsistence farmers.

majority leader   (líder mayoritario)

He served as the house majority leader for two terms.

He served as an assistant majority leader from 1997 to 2001.

Prior to World War II, Senate majority leader had few formal powers.

majority of cases   (mayoría de los casos)

In the vast majority of cases, this will be positive advice.

The majority of cases were in Punjab and the United Provinces.

In the majority of cases, only a limited subset of data is retrieved.

majority party   (fiesta mayoritaria)

In May 2012 Labour became the majority party on the council.

The Mayor, usually from the majority party, serves as head of the house.

The leader of the majority party serves as Prime Minister and head of government.

played the majority   (jugó la mayoría)

García played the majority of his career for Luis Ángel Firpo.

Cardle also played the majority of the instruments on the album.

He played the majority of his career for the French club Lille OSC.

increased majority   (mayor mayoría)

Brunner was returned with an increased majority of 1,255.

He held the seat for the Liberals with an increased majority.

The Conservative Party retained control with an increased majority.

overall majority   (mayoría general)

Obtained majority in five States and an overall majority of 128,782 votes.

The government achieved an overall majority on 15 April and the election ended on 10 May.

No party won an overall majority, but the leading party, the CDU achieved 40.8% of the vote.

received a majority   (recibió una mayoría)

The Lantmanna Party received a majority of the vote.

Pro-free trade candidates received a majority of the vote.

He only received a majority in Athens and Monroe counties.

majority of students   (mayoría de estudiantes)

questions that concern a majority of students.

The majority of students take A level courses.

ethnic majority   (mayoría étnica)

Germans were the ethnic majority in the town until their expulsion in 1945.

Among the regimes, rulers of (Later) Tang, Jin and Han were sinicized Shatuo Turks, which ruled over the ethnic majority of Han Chinese.

On the territory of Java, Madurese people had live for several centuries, forming in some of the north-eastern regions of the island's ethnic majority.

age of majority   (mayoría de edad)

King Theobald II reached the age of majority in 1256.

The civil law reform of 2013 lowered the age of majority from 20 to 19.

Scott was held in indentured servitude until reaching the age of majority.

majority rule   (regla de la mayoría)

The Council operates based on majority rule.

The most common decision making approach of democracies has been the majority rule.

There are many decision making methods used in democracies, but majority rule is the dominant form.

acquired a majority   (adquirió una mayoría)

Krupp GmbH acquired a majority share-holding in Polysius.

In 2014, Heineken International acquired a majority equity in the company.

On 23 June 2017, Bremer Kreditbank AG acquired a majority stake in OLB from Allianz.

majority of residents   (mayoría de residentes)

The majority of residents identify as only English.

The majority of residents have not finished their matric.

Today, the vast majority of residents of Xiro Chorio trace their roots to Asia Minor.

spend the majority   (gastar la mayoría)

They spend the majority of their life in the trees.

It was in Ottawa that Levins would spend the majority of his NHL career.

Order: ApodiformesFamily: Apodidae Swifts are small birds which spend the majority of their lives flying.

reduced majority   (mayoría reducida)

He retained his seat, but with a reduced majority of 699.

He was re-elected with a reduced majority.

The NNP continued in power until 1989 but with a reduced majority.

elected by majority   (elegido por mayoría)

The presidential term lasts for 5 years, and is elected by majority, with a second round if no candidate receives a majority in the first round.

The council is made up of 8 council members, who were elected by majority vote at the municipal election held on 7 June 2009, and the honorary mayor as chairman.

The council is made up of 6 council members, who were elected by majority vote at the municipal election held on 7 June 2009, and the honorary mayor as chairman.

win a majority   (ganar una mayoría)

In the first round on 30 November, Tokyo failed to win a majority, so a second ballot was held the next day at noon.

In the first post-independence election, held under a parliamentary system, neither party was able to win a majority.

majority of voters   (mayoría de votantes)

The changes were approved by a large majority of voters.

The majority of voters in rural Missouri voted in favor of Proposition B.

The amendment was carried by a large majority of voters, and in all six states.

clear majority   (mayoría clara)

But overall, a clear majority of people favor the concept."

Still, the Democrats retained a clear majority in the House.

However, it was approved by clear majority overall in Spanish (87%).

majority share   (participación mayoritaria)

The following year, the county council sold a majority share.

Pierce had purchased a majority share in the National Railroad of Mexico in 1903.

Security Pacific National Bank (SPNB) bought a majority share in Bank of Canton in 1971.

wrote the majority   (escribió la mayoría)

Hughes wrote the majority opinion in "Missouri ex rel.

Kooman wrote the majority of the book in 2004 while working in Asia.

Judge Steven Colloton wrote the majority opinion for himself and Judge Arnold.

majority interest   (interés mayoritario)

In 1998, Rokke sold a majority interest in Brooks to J.H.

His family sold the majority interest in the toy store in 1963.

He purchased majority interest in 1902 and owned the team until late 1903.

although the majority   (aunque la mayoría)

Each of the nine islands has an airport, although the majority are airfields rather than airports.

The reservation was placed in Scott Valley, although the majority of the valley was to remain in colonist possession.

It is considered likely to be a human carcinogen although the majority of studies suggest it is not directly genotoxic.

majority population   (población mayoritaria)

The majority population in the town are ethnic Mountain Tajiks.

Among 200 households the majority population of the village is YADAVA’S.

The Germanic elites were Arians, and the Romance majority population was Nicene.

majority support   (apoyo mayoritario)

A great quarrel broke out in Barisan and Chen's strategy obtained majority support.

This gives a result whereby the winning candidate may be able to claim majority support, although it is not guaranteed.

In 2010, none of the six NATO allies in the Pew Global Attitudes survey had majority support for keeping troops in Afghanistan.

majority owned   (propiedad mayoritaria)

Lynx Express became majority owned by Bridgepoint Capital.

Since December 1998, OAO "Svetogorsk" has been majority owned by International Paper.

[8] is majority owned by Baker Capital, a New York–based private equity firm.

majority of members   (mayoría de los miembros)

Such a referendum is called by majority of members of the National Council.

The House and the Senate both have a majority of members from the New Progressive Party.

The majority of members elected were independents, replacing the previous Labour administration.

narrow majority   (mayoría estrecha)

The Czech Government gave support to it by a narrow majority.

However, in the , Brown beat Skoglund by the narrow majority of 123 votes.

Democrats picked up a net of one seat in the House, but Republicans retained a narrow majority.

majority control   (control mayoritario)

In 2012, FrieslandCampina acquired majority control of AMC from the Uytengsu family.

The 1946 election resulted in Republicans picking up 55 seats to win majority control.

In 2005 the Orthodox Jewish population of the district gained majority control of the school board.

became the majority   (se convirtió en la mayoría)

In May 2012 Labour became the majority party on the council.

In 1999, the Basler Kantonalbank became the majority shareholder.

During the years from 1769 to 1771 French settled in the village and they became the majority.

majority of all   (la mayoría de todos)

The majority of all voters and all states rejected the proposal.

at least four of the six), and a majority of all the electors voting.

They are, also, the vast majority of all Albania, with at least 20% of all Albanians.

majority ownership   (propiedad mayoritaria)

, Southwestern acquired majority ownership in 2004, .

The company began to face significant struggles under the Chinese majority ownership.

In 2004, the Handler brothers sold majority ownership of Exclusive Resorts to Steve Case.

form a majority   (formar una mayoría)

The Ambundu and Ovimbundu ethnic groups combined form a majority of the population, at 62%.

In Canada, political parties rarely form official coalition governments to form a majority.

Premier John Norquay with the support of Joseph Royal was able to form a majority government.

form the majority   (formar la mayoría)

Today they still form the majority of the towns population.

The Hindus, who form the majority, belonged to over a hundred different castes.

Autochthonous Muslim Georgians form the majority in parts of Artvin Province east of the Çoruh River.

won the majority   (ganó la mayoría)

1 Style who won the majority of the awards.

In northern Florida, a Republican stronghold, McCain won the majority of counties by double-digit landslides.

South Africa have won the majority of games played between the two sides, with 22 victories in the 27 matches.

outright majority   (mayoría absoluta)

The SVP retained its outright majority in South Tyrol, while the Civica became the largest party in Trentino.

However, while the SVP retained its outright majority in South Tyrol, the DC was the real loser of the election.

In the 2012 elections the Labour Party achieved an outright majority, after gaining an additional 33 seats across the city.

held a majority   (celebró una mayoría)

No single group has ever held a majority in Parliament.

The Republicans still held a majority after Morse's switch.

Impact Wrestling has also held a majority of its shows at Universal Studios.

winning a majority   (ganando una mayoría)

Obama then had an estimated 61.8% chance of winning a majority.

He returned to the Opposition before leading the party to winning a majority in the 1874 general election.

The last election in 2014 saw Labour winning a majority with 41 seats, compared with 22 for the Conservatives.

when the majority   (cuando la mayoría)

Current ash glazes usually contain 50% less wood ash than they did when the majority of the glaze was ash.

It is also the period when the majority of mine reclamation is completed, making the land safe and useful again.

These dates conventionally delimit the period of each year when the majority of tropical cyclones tend to form in the Atlantic Ocean.

gained a majority   (ganó una mayoría)

Harris gained a majority of 11,664.

The Democrats gained a majority in both houses in the 1954 election.

The pro-American Republican Party gained a majority in West Pakistan, ousting the PML government.

because the majority   (porque la mayoría)

It was termed the "Women's Railroad" because the majority of investors were women.

The term "Çerkes", "Circassians", became the blanket term for them in Turkey because the majority were Adyghe.

Accidents continue to occur because the majority of the contributing and compounding factors are not addressed.

majority of women   (mayoría de mujeres)

the vast majority of women cover their faces.

The majority of women in 1881 worked in domestic services or offices.

The majority of women in the collective were paid as much as their male counterparts.

majority in both   (mayoría en ambos)

The Democrats gained a majority in both houses in the 1954 election.

These high level positions reflect the party majority in both chambers.

Its ordinances have to be enacted with a majority in both linguistic groups.

though the majority   (aunque la mayoría)

South of Eglinton the area retains its working class character, though the majority of residents are owners (almost 60%).

More than half of EMU's undergraduate students do not come from Mennonite backgrounds, though the majority are Christian.

The station is little more than a halt, and is not always advertised, though the majority of trains were calling there in 2011.

lost its majority   (perdió su mayoría)

This special arrangement was concluded in 1999 after the SPD lost its majority.

In the 2006 election for the PLC, the party lost its majority in the PLC to Hamas.

This election also saw that Alliance lost its majority in Perak, Selangor and Penang in addition to Kelantan.

majority in parliament   (mayoría en el parlamento)

The Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), in power since 1955, lost their majority in parliament.

Cabinets based on a group of parties that command a majority in parliament tend to be more stable and long-lived than minority cabinets.

The new ministry, under the leadership of Mirko Cvetković, had only a narrow majority in parliament and was dependent on support from the VMSZ.

formed the majority   (formaron la mayoría)

They also formed the majority of the municipal commissioners in the Eastern Cape.

As of 2007, ethnic Russians formed the majority with 80%, followed by Germans at 9%, and Khant-Selkups at 4.8%.

By the 1830s, the Bugis had established themselves in Singapore and formed the majority of the pioneer communities in the Kampung Gelam area.