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English term or phrase:formalistic
Spanish translation:formalista
Entered by: odisea
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21:50 May 20, 2003
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
English term or phrase: formalistic
The regulation is not formalistic and has an entirely different approach.
odisea
Local time: 08:19
formalista
Explanation:
No se atiene a la forma...

Dic. Cabanellas

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Note added at 2003-05-20 22:08:54 (GMT)
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Rigorous or excessive adherence to recognized forms, as in religion or art.
An instance of rigorous or excessive adherence to recognized forms.
A method of aesthetic analysis that emphasizes structural elements and artistic techniques rather than content, especially in literary works.

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formal·ist adj. & n.
formal·istic adj.
formal·isti·cal·ly adv.

(c) Merriam-Webster Dic.
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Egmont
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Local time: 08:19
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Gracias.
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formalista


Explanation:
No se atiene a la forma...

Dic. Cabanellas

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Note added at 2003-05-20 22:08:54 (GMT)
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Rigorous or excessive adherence to recognized forms, as in religion or art.
An instance of rigorous or excessive adherence to recognized forms.
A method of aesthetic analysis that emphasizes structural elements and artistic techniques rather than content, especially in literary works.

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formal·ist adj. & n.
formal·istic adj.
formal·isti·cal·ly adv.

(c) Merriam-Webster Dic.


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Egmont
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Gracias.

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