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fissure {noun}

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1. general
fissure (also: fracture, rift)
LSR 33), in the fissures of a fragmented world (cf.
Shc 33), habitar las fisuras de un mundo fragmentado (cf.
Mr Watson has said that there are cracks in the present cooperation mechanism which are developing towards becoming fissures.
El señor Watson ha dicho que el actual mecanismo de cooperación presenta grietas que se están ampliando para convertirse en fisuras.
Those fissures have become fault lines that are now so deep and so wide that we are hard pressed to say how meaningful 'partnership' based on common values can be pursued.
Esas fisuras se han convertido en fallas tan profundas y amplias que nos resulta difícil subrayar lo significativo que es perseguir una "asociación" basada en valores comunes.
2. geology
fissure (also: crack)
3. "in organ", formal
fissure (also: cut, incision)
4. "in skin", formal
The fissure of globalisation runs right through the EPP.
El PPE se ha visto atravesado por la grieta de la mundialización.

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EnglishThe fissure of globalisation runs right through the EPP.
El PPE se ha visto atravesado por la grieta de la mundialización.

Synonyms (English) for "fissure":

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