colegiacion

English translation: "membership in professional organizations or associations"

22:52 Aug 11, 2000
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]
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Spanish term or phrase: colegiacion
Toda persona es libre de ejercer cualquier profesion sujeta a los reglamentos en lo relativo a idoneidad,moralidad, colegiacion, salud publica...
Roseanne Gaspari
United States
Local time: 19:45
English translation:"membership in professional organizations or associations"
Explanation:
This English phrase covers the entire scope of "colegiacion." Your phrase, in full, would be: "Each person is free to practice [or "engage in"] any profession, subject to the regulations relating to capability, morality, membership in professional organizations or associations, public health, etc." -- Suerte!
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Heathcliff
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Local time: 19:45
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Summary of answers provided
na"membership in professional organizations or associations"
Heathcliff
naCollegiate education
Luis Luis
naOrganization of a professional group / incorporation of a professional organization/
wendy griswold
naSchool registration
Baruch Avidar
naeducation - professional qualifications
Megdalina


  

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5 mins
education - professional qualifications


Explanation:
Ojala que te ayude! Suerte!

Megdalina
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56 mins
School registration


Explanation:
Good luck!


    URL: www.cofis.es/requisitos-colegiacion.html
Baruch Avidar
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Local time: 05:45
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4 hrs
Organization of a professional group / incorporation of a professional organization/


Explanation:
act of joining a professional organization.

Sounds like the last of these fits your context best.
From Diccionario Jurídico - Cabanellas de la s Cuevas

wendy griswold
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8 hrs
Collegiate education


Explanation:
It refers to the college-level education.

Suerte.
Luis Luis

Luis Luis
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Local time: 21:45
Native speaker of: Native in PortuguesePortuguese
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1 day 13 mins
"membership in professional organizations or associations"


Explanation:
This English phrase covers the entire scope of "colegiacion." Your phrase, in full, would be: "Each person is free to practice [or "engage in"] any profession, subject to the regulations relating to capability, morality, membership in professional organizations or associations, public health, etc." -- Suerte!


    Simon & Schuster International SP<>EN Dictionary (2nd ed., 1997)
Heathcliff
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Your suggestion is the most comprehensive and works best here.

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