Translation for 'passivity' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   passivity | -
SYNO passiveness | passivity
passivity {noun}пасивност {ж}
passivity {noun}бездейност {ж}
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Translation for 'passivity' from English to Bulgarian

passivity {noun}
пасивност {ж}

бездейност {ж}
Usage Examples English
  • African American slaves in the United States created a vibrant culture of resistance and dissent, despite attempts by white slaveowners to indoctrinate them into passivity using a variant of Christianity.
  • A hermit gains strength through passivity, standing back from conflict, looking at things clearly and objectively, and remaining noncommittal until it is absolutely necessary to react.
  • Today, the Red Cross acknowledges its passivity during the Holocaust and has apologized for this.
  • They either showed signs of resentment in response to the absence (C1 subtype), or signs of helpless passivity (C2 subtype).
  • Other robust techniques includes quantitative feedback theory (QFT), passivity based control, Lyapunov based control, etc.

  • Assertiveness training educates individuals in keeping a balance between passivity and aggression. It aims to help the child respond in a controlled and fair manner.
  • Aunt Lupe is thought to "represent the passivity that women are so revered for in Mexican culture, that passivity which makes women accepting of whatever it is their patriarchal society chooses for them."
  • Specific FTIR systems are used to characterize photocatalytic activity or passivity, especially with respect to volatile organic compounds, and representative binder matrices.
  • At round one of Linares in 1991, the 21-year-old Ivanchuk gave up both his bishops for knights and then boxed Kasparov, then world champion, into complete passivity.
  • Matsui received the first passivity caution in the first round but managed to defend, he scored two points when Sefershaev went down after receiving the passivity caution in the second period.

  • All teaching ultimately leads to a persistence in passivity, suggests that children resign themselves to their status rather than rebel.
  • He also launched a desperate rhetoric appeal to the French national government, taunting the passivity of president Macron and the responsible ministers Collomb (Interior) and Hulot (Ecology) in the debate.
  • He watched the evolution of the Dreyfus affair closely, and was indignant at the passivity of the government, particularly Jean-Baptiste Billot.
  • Bernstein beat Kamal Ibrahim of Egypt in the first round by decision, lost to Jean-Francois Court of France in the second round by passivity, received a bye in the next round, and lost to Franz Pitschmann of Austria in the fourth round by passivity.
  • At age nineteen he was disqualified for passivity at the Helsinki 1952 Summer Olympics in the heavyweight competition in a fight against eventual Olympic gold medalist Ed Sanders.

  • Loit's bout with Kovacs in the 2001 Team World Epee Championship helped instigate rules against passivity, because Loit refused to engage with his opponent.
  • — illegal action and apparent passivity.
  • In Christian theology, Divine apathy is the doctrine that the divine nature is incapable of suffering, passivity or modification.
  • He is best known for disputing the so-called "driftwood theory" (...) of Finnish passivity in Operation Barbarossa.
  • — A pair of memos that have good discussions of passivity.

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    Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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