Cable in spanish

Cable

pronunciation: kɑble part of speech: noun
In gestures

cable = cable. 

Example: The OCLC Europe network is connected to the OCLC computer system in the US by a dedicated link via an undersea cable.

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» booster cables = pinzas de la batería, pinzas de arranque.

Example: The use of booster cables, in some instances, may also cause damage to the vehicle's battery, ignition, or electrical system.

» cable car = tranvía.

Example: In San Francisco horse-drawn wagons preceded the cable cars.

» cable car = teleférico.

Example: Suspended 30 meters in the air, these cable cars allow panoramic views of the vicinity.

» cable company = compañía de televisión por cable.

Example: With respect to the private sector, the education and library community should establish long-term partnerships with telephone, cable, and computer companies.

» cable network = red por cable.

Example: Telegraphy, photography, audio-recording, the transmission of music by cable networks, and moving pictures all preceded cinematography = La telegrafía, fotografía, las grabaciones sonoras, la transmisión de música a través de redes por cable y las imágenes animadas precedieron la cinematografía.

» cable news = noticias por cable.

Example: Our news service is delivered by a large-screen television that broadcasts continuous cable news in a special alcove adjacent to the library's current periodicals and reference areas.

» cable-stayed bridge = puente atirantado.

Example: It was originally planned as a suspension bridge, but the design was changed to a cable-stayed bridge for environmental reasons.

» cable tie = brida.

Example: I took some cable ties and secured his hands behind his back, bound his ankles together, and called the cops.

» cable TV = televisión por cable.

Example: Information services are becoming one with consumer electronics appliances, cable TV, and telephone service.

» CATV (cable television) = televisión por cable.

Example: CATV (Cable Television) is in the doldrums after the initial enthusiasm of investors and this is the time for librarians to step in.

» coaxial cable = cable coaxial.

Example: The bandwidth an optical cable is greater than that of a metal coaxial cable.

» extension cable = alargardera.

Example: Extension cables longer than 3 meters can be ordered at additional cost.

» fibre optic cable = cable de fibra óptica.

Example: As the major US telecommunications service providers install fibre optic cable, the availability of interactive video is within sight.

» jumper cables = pinzas de la batería, pinzas de arranque.

Example: The victim positioned himself between the two tractors and attached a set of jumper cables to the batteries.

» optical cable = cable óptico.

Example: The bandwidth an optical cable is greater than that of a metal coaxial cable.

» optical fibre cable = cable de fibra óptica.

Example: The optical fibre cable contributes to this better performance by using a nonelectrical mode of transmission, which leaves it unaffected by electromagnetic disturbances.

» power cable = cable eléctrico.

Example: A network of power and telecommunications cables have to be located around the library in a flexible manner.

» steel cable = cable de acero.

Example: Steel cable is created out of a number of strands that are each made up of a number of wires.

» steel rope cable = cable de acero.

Example: Civil engineer John Roebling invented the first steel rope cables in Saxonburg.

» telecommunications cable = cable de telecomunicaciones.

Example: A network of power and telecommunications cables have to be located around the library in a flexible manner.

» undersea cable = cable submarino.

Example: The OCLC Europe network is connected to the OCLC computer system in the US by a dedicated link via an undersea cable.
Cable synonyms:
line in spanish: línea, pronunciation: laɪn part of speech: noun wire in spanish: cable, pronunciation: waɪɜr part of speech: noun telegraph in spanish: telégrafo, pronunciation: teləgræf part of speech: noun cablegram in spanish: cablegrama, pronunciation: keɪbəlgræm part of speech: noun cable television in spanish: televisión por cable, pronunciation: keɪbəlteləvɪʒən part of speech: noun cable length in spanish: longitud del cable, pronunciation: keɪbəlleŋkθ part of speech: noun transmission line in spanish: línea de transmisión, pronunciation: trænsmɪʃənlaɪn part of speech: noun overseas telegram in spanish: telegrama de ultramar, pronunciation: oʊvɜrsizteləgræm part of speech: noun electrical cable in spanish: cable eléctrico, pronunciation: ɪlektrɪkəlkeɪbəl part of speech: noun cable system in spanish: sistema de cable, pronunciation: keɪbəlsɪstəm part of speech: noun cable television service in spanish: servicio de televisión por cable, pronunciation: keɪbəlteləvɪʒənsɜrvəs part of speech: noun
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