# Matemáticas y Evaluación ACT - Proceso de Acciones

Aquí aprenderás algunas palabras en inglés relacionadas con el proceso de acciones, como "despertar", "recurrente", "corolario", etc. que te ayudarán a superar tus ACT.

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onset

the beginning point or stage of something, especially unpleasant

comienzo

[Sustantivo]
awakening

the start or realization of something new

despertar

[Sustantivo]
outset

the beginning of something

principio

[Sustantivo]
inception

the starting point of an activity or event

principio

[Sustantivo]
infancy

the initial period in which an idea, project, technology, or organization is just beginning to develop

infancia

[Sustantivo]
outbreak

the unexpected start of something terrible, such as a disease

brote

[Sustantivo]
crescendo

the peak or climax of a process, activity, or sequence of events

crescendo

[Sustantivo]
interruption

an abrupt event that stops or disrupts something in progress

interrupción

[Sustantivo]
termination

the fact of being brought to an end; the action of putting an end to something

fin

[Sustantivo]
tactic

a carefully planned action or strategy to achieve a specific goal

táctica

[Sustantivo]
technique

a specific method of carrying out an activity that requires special skills

técnica

[Sustantivo]
byproduct

an additional result or consequence that occurs alongside the main outcome, often unexpectedly

subproducto

[Sustantivo]
mechanism

a system of separate parts acting together in order to perform a task

mecanismo

[Sustantivo]
algorithm

a finite sequence of well-defined, mathematical instructions for completing a specific task or solving a problem

conjunto de instrucciones matemáticas

[Sustantivo]
output

the tangible or measurable results, products, or goods produced by a process or system

salida

[Sustantivo]
occurrence

an event or incident that happens or takes place, often referring to specific instances observed or recorded

aparición

[Sustantivo]
incidence

the rate or frequency at which something happens or occurs

incidencia

[Sustantivo]
consequence

a result, particularly an unpleasant one

consecuencia

[Sustantivo]
ramification

an unexpected event that makes a situation more complex

ramificación

[Sustantivo]
implication

a possible consequence that something can bring about

insinuación

[Sustantivo]
corollary

a thing that is the direct or natural result of another

corolario

[Sustantivo]
to glitch

(of a machine or system) to suffer a sudden malfunction or fault that stops something from working correctly

tener problema técnico

[Verbo]
perpetuation

the action of maintaining or continuing something, typically a practice, belief, or state

perpetuación

[Sustantivo]
payoff

a reward or consequence received as a result of actions, whether positive or negative

recompensa

[Sustantivo]
remnant

a tiny fragment or piece that survives after the larger part has been used, removed, or destroyed

residuo

[Sustantivo]
remains

the leftover parts or fragments of something that has been used, consumed, or destroyed

restos

[Sustantivo]
vestige

a minor remaining part or trace of something that is no longer present in full

vestigio

[Sustantivo]
interplay

the mutual action and reaction between two or more elements, often influencing each other

interacción

[Sustantivo]
exhaust

the waste gases or air expelled from an engine, furnace, or other machinery

escape

[Sustantivo]
to fare

to perform or manage oneself in a particular way, especially in response to a situation or condition

ir bien o mal a uno

[Verbo]
to culminate

to end by coming to a climactic point

culminar

[Verbo]
to reverse

to change something such as a process, situation, etc. to be the opposite of what it was before

invertir

[Verbo]
to stall

to cease to make progress or move forward

[Verbo]
to retard

to experience a delay or slow progress in a process or activity

retardar

[Verbo]
to halt

to stop or bring an activity, process, or operation to an end

impidiendo algo

[Verbo]
to cease

to bring an action, activity, or process to an end

suspender

[Verbo]
to truncate

to cut something short in length or duration

truncar

[Verbo]
to revert

to go back to a previous state, condition, or behavior

volver

[Verbo]
to undergo

to experience or endure a process, change, or event

[Verbo]
to unfold

to develop or progress in a way that shows promise or potential

desplegar

[Verbo]
to commence

to start happening or being

comenzar

[Verbo]
to abort

to stop and end a process before it finishes

malograrse

[Verbo]
to reciprocate

to respond in kind to a gesture or action

corresponder

[Verbo]
interactive

involving mutual action or influence between two or more entities

interactivo

proactive

controlling a situation by actively taking steps to manage it, rather than being passive or reactive

siendo proactivo

nascent

newly started or formed, and expected to further develop and grow

naciente

inaugural

marking the beginning or initiation of something, often an event, series, or period

inaugural

seamless

describing something that is smooth, continuous, and without noticeable transitions or interruptions

sin costura

longstanding

having continued or existed for a long time

antiguo

interminable

suggesting a tedious or tiresome duration with no end

interminable

recurrent

repeatedly happening or reappearing over time

recurrente

underway

currently happening

en marcha

inexorable

not possible to change, stop, or persuade

inexorable

firsthand

in a manner directly from the original source or from personal experience

de primera mano

formative

influencing the development or growth of something else, particularly during a crucial period

formativo

concerted

carried out jointly by multiple individuals or groups

mechanically

in an automatic manner as if by using an engine, opposed to human effort alone

mecánicamente

passively

without active participation or resistance

pasivamente

continuously

without any pause or interruption

continuamente

inversely

in a manner where one thing is opposite or contrary to another

inversamente

progressively

progresivamente

intermittently

at irregular intervals, with breaks or pauses in between

intermitentemente