Machine in spanish

Máquina

pronunciation: mɑkinɑ part of speech: noun
In gestures

machine = máquina, aparato. 

Example: Synonyms, related terms and other variants must now be collected, either by human selection, or with the aid of the machine.

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» a cog in the machine = uno más de tantos en la organización, una pieza más en la organización, una pieza más en el engranaje.

Example: The problem with fitting in and being a cog in the machine is that cogs are intentionally designed to be easily replaceable.

» adding machine = máquina de sumar.

Example: Put a set of premises into such a device and turn the crank, and it will readily pass out conclusion after conclusion with no more slips that would be expected of a keyboard adding machine.

» addressing machine = máquina de imprimir direcciones. [Máquina que permite imprimir un gran número de direcciones en cartas]

Example: Addressing machines/addressographs are used in libraries which offer a regular postal service to their clientele.

» answering machine = contestador automático.

Example: Answering machines, baby monitors, golf clubs, and toasters were used for testing consumers' shopping habits.

» automatic answering machine = contestador automático.

Example: Dictating machines and automatic answering machines are also widely used aids in offices.

» automatic teller machine (ATM) = cajero automático.

Example: The application of automatic teller machines (ATMs) by the banking industry is examined as a typical example of information technology investment in the financial services sector.

» backing machine = enlomadora.

Example: In 1895 a good London bindery would have the following machines: hand-fed folding machines, sewing machines, nipping machines (for pressing the sewn books before casing-in), cutting machines, rounding machines, backing machines, straight-knife trimming machines (guillotines), rotary board-cutting machines, power blocking presses, and hydraulic standing presses.

» binding machine = encuadernadora.

Example: Similarly, scarcely any binderies were steam-powered before the 1850s, the earlier (and simpler) binding machines being hand-operated = Igualmente, apenas ningún taller de encuadernación funcionaba con vapor antes de la década de 1850, las encuadernadoras anteriores (más sencillas) eran manuales.

» board-cutting machine = cortadora de cartón.

Example: In 1895 a good London bindery would have the following machines: hand-fed folding machines, sewing machines, nipping machines (for pressing the sewn books before casing-in), cutting machines, rounding machines, backing machines, straight-knife trimming machines (guillotines), rotary board-cutting machines, power blocking presses, and hydraulic standing presses.

» book-sewing machine = máquina de coser libros.

Example: Wire staplers were first introduced in about 1875 in default of satisfactory book-sewing machines (which were not fully developed until 1882).

» book-stapling machine = maquina de grapar libros.

Example: Consequently the book-stapling machines were generally replaced by sewing machines by the late 1880s; the stapling of pamphlets, however, had come to stay.

» book-writing machine = máquina de escribir libros.

Example: During his stay in Laputa, Captain Gulliver was very impressed by a book-writing machine which produced fragments of sentences which were dictated to scribes and later pieced together.

» calculating machine = calculadora.

Example: It gives an overview of the development of online information services, starting with the development of calculating machines, to early computers and telecommunications systems, and finally online databases, and the CD-ROM revolution of the 1980's.

» casemaking machine = máquina de fabricar tapas.

Example: Machines were developed for carrying out these remaining processes between 1856 and 1903, all of them American in origin: case-making machines (1891-5); gathering machines (1900-3); and casing-in machines (1903).

» cash machine = cajero automático.

Example: Stolen 4WD vehicles are being used by a criminal group in ram-raids targeting cash machines at service stations and shopping centres.

» cash point machine = cajero automático.

Example: Cash point machines which accept all major credit cards can be found all over the city.

» casing-in machine = encartonadora, máquina de encartonar.

Example: Machines were developed for carrying out these remaining processes between 1856 and 1903, all of them American in origin: case-making machines (1891-5); gathering machines (1900-3); and casing-in machines (1903).

» cloth-embossing machine = máquina de estampar tela en relieve, máquina gofradora.

Example: In 1843 the great London bindery of Westley and Clark had a rolling press, two cloth-embossing machines, and three arming presses.

» coin-operated machine = máquina que funciona con monedas.

Example: Most libraries maintain a small cash float for the giving of change and, in addition, money is received from coin-operated machines such as photocopiers and microform reader/printer.

» (coin) slot machine = tragaperras, máquina tragaperras.

Example: At Christmas, the only jingle bells heard in casinos were the noises of slot machines paying out.

» cold-metal composing machine = máquina de componer en frío.

Example: Few nineteenth-century book printers used cold-metal composing machines.

» cold-metal machine = máquina de componer en frío.

Example: They were cold-metal machines, which set pre-cast type, as distinct from the later hot-metal machines which cast fresh type as they went along.

» collating machine = cotejadora, máquina de cotejar.

Example: It is no longer necessary to collate unaided, since copies can now be compared mechanically with a Hinman collating machine, which rapidly shows up all variation between them.

» copying machine = fotocopiadora.

Example: The teacher may use pre-prepared acetate sheets, either produced on various kinds of document copying machines or purchased from a commercial firm.

» cutting machine = cortadora.

Example: In 1895 a good London bindery would have the following machines: hand-fed folding machines, sewing machines, nipping machines (for pressing the sewn books before casing-in), cutting machines, rounding machines, backing machines, straight-knife trimming machines (guillotines), rotary board-cutting machines, power blocking presses, and hydraulic standing presses.

» cylinder machine = máquina rotativa.

Example: The average performance of cylinder machines in jobbing offices, on long and short runs, rarely exceeds 3,500 impressions a day, and oftener falls below that number.

» dictating machine = dictáfono.

Example: Dictating machines and automatic answering machines are also widely used aids in offices.

» dispensing machine = maquina expendora, expendedora.

Example: This paper presents arguments for and against libraries in the USA having condom dispensing machines in their public toilets.

» double platen machine = minerva doble. [En imprenta, máquina de impresión de tamaño reducido en la que la presión se ejerce entre un órgano de presión plano y un portaforma también plano]

Example: Indeed, the Clarendon Press kept a Napier double platen machine at work until 1950 for the sake of its gentleness with the delicate kerns of Fell italic.

» duplicating machine = multicopista.

Example: During the first half of the 2Oth century additional office technologies appeared: automatically switched telephones, the ticker tape, the electric typewriter, telex, duplicating machines, adding machines, etc.

» embossing machine = máquina de estampar en relieve, máquina gofradora.

Example: Then, from about 1830, the covering material was further ornamented in an embossing machine = Entonces, aproximadamente a partir de 1830, el material de la cubierta se adornaba aún más con la ayuda de una máquina de estampar en relieve.

» facsimile machine = fax.

Example: It can interconnect text processors, personal computers and terminals to high-quality printers, computer-based file stores, facsimile machines, digital voice, video and other electronic office equipment.

» fax machine = fax, máquina de fax.

Example: Every fax machine is to be assigned to a person-in-charge who will have the responsibility of distributing incoming fax messages to recipients.

» flat-platen machine = minerva, máquina de presión plana.

Example: Koenig had a flat-platen machine working after a fashion in 1811, and a prototype cylinder machine in 1812 = Koenig ya en 1811 tenía una máquina de presión plana que más o menos funcionaba y un prototipo de máquina rotativa en 1812.

» folding machine = plegadora, dobladora. [En encuadernación, máquina que dobla las hojas impresas para formar los cuadernillos de los que se componen algunos libros u otros productos de la industria gráfica]

Example: It should be borne in mind, however, that some folding machines required special impositions.

» Fourdrinier machine = máquina Fourdrinier. [En imprenta, primera máquina de hacer rollos continuos de papel de imprenta y desarrollada en el Reino Unido por los hermanos Fourdrinier]

Example: The increasing demand for paper of all sorts, which the giant productivity of the Fourdrinier machine could easily meet, resulted in a parallel demand for rags which was soon outstripping the supply.

» franking machine = máquina de franquear.

Example: Franking machines offer the advantages of dispensing with the purchase and stocking of sheets of stamps of varying values, and of speeding up delivery, as franked items go straight to the sorting office instead of being processed through the Post Office.

» fruit machine = tragaperras, máquina tragaperras.

Example: Fruit machines are so profitable that US casinos are reported to make the bulk of their profits from their vast floors of machines.

» gathering machine = alzadora, máquina de alzar.

Example: Machines were developed for carrying out these remaining processes between 1856 and 1903, all of them American in origin: case-making machines (1891-5); gathering machines (1900-3); and casing-in machines (1903).

» hot-metal composing machine = máquina de componer en caliente.

Example: But damp paper was still preferred for much ordinary printing until late in the nineteenth century, partly because it evened out the minor inequalities of used type in the days before the introduction of hot-metal composing machines which cast type afresh for each job.

» hot-metal machine = máquina de componer en caliente.

Example: They were cold-metal machines, which set pre-cast type, as distinct from the later hot-metal machines which cast fresh type as they went along.

» human-machine = entre la máquina y el hombre, de la máquina y el hombre.

Example: The digital librarian acts as guardian of the information superhighway and as a symbiotic human-machine guru = El bibliotecario digital actúa como guardián de la superautopista de la información y como gurú que representa la simbiosis de la máquina y el hombre.

» inference machine = procesador inferencial.

Example: The 'problem-solving and inference machine' is put in place of today's processor.

» killing machine = máquina de matar. [Persona o animal entrenado o diseñado especialmente para matar]

Example: Their success is down to them being perfectly adaptive and efficient killing machines.

» knitting machine = máquina de tejer.

Example: Thes new knitting machine comes with 2 balls of wool to make a hat and instructions to make a scarf, bag and leg warmers.

» load + the washing machine = cargar la lavadora.

Example: To solve this problem, distribute the weight of the clothes evenly when loading the washing machine.

» lottery machine = bombo de la lotería.

Example: The lottery machine contains 99 identical black balls and 1 white ball, and after jumbling the balls, one is selected at random.

» lung-machine = pulmón artificial.

Example: In Poland this sort of civil behaviour is perhaps not dead, but is breathing on a lung-machine and has a bad case of tuberculosis.

» machine + Nombre = mecanizado.

Example: With machine indexing some irrelevant and redundant entries are inevitable.

» machine-assigned = asignado por ordenador.

Example: With machine-assigned indexing irrelevant and redundant entries are inevitable.

» machine assisted = automatizado.

Example: Her ALA activity includes having been Editor of Message from MARS, the occasional newsletter of the new RASD discussion group MARS, which stands for machine assisted Reference Service.

» Machine Assisted Reference Service (MARS) = MARS (Servicio de Referencia Asistido por Ordenador).

Example: Her ALA activity includes having been Editor of Message from MARS, the occasional newsletter of the new RASD discussion group MARS, which stands for Machine Assisted Reference Service.

» machine-based = automatizado.

Example: The incorporation of such features into a system would permit us to create a machine-based catalog rather than a reference file of bibliographic records.

» machine boy = joven ayudante del encargado de la máquina de imprimir. [En imprenta antigua, joven que ayudaba al operario a cargo de la máquina de imprimir]

Example: Printing machines were operated by two new grades of worker, skilled machine-minders and unskilled machine boys.

» machine-derived = producido por ordenador.

Example: Machine-derived thesauri are not immune from the need for updating.

» machine-direction = en la dirección de la máquina.

Example: Examine the backs of the folds with a lens; the one that is sharper-edged than the other runs parallel to the machine-direction of the paper.

» machine-editing = corrección automática.

Example: The changeover has resulted in more rapid machine-editing of input and reduced costs for cataloguing.

» machine error = error mecánico.

Example: This should not be done since terminal use is expensive, involves extra staff training, and introduces the possibility of machine error = Esto no debería hacerse puesto que el uso de los terminales es caro, requiere formación adicional del personal e introduce la posibilidad de errores mecánicos.

» machine failure = fallo mecánico.

Example: Supplement 1 contains a list of machine failures = El suplemento 1 contiene una lista de fallos mecánicos.

» machine file = fichero automatizado.

Example: However, it doesn't take very long before the supporting machine file attains greater importance than the manual catalog.

» machine-finished = acabado a máquina, terminado a máquina.

Example: The finishing or final surfacing of ordinary printing papers took place in the calender of the paper-making machine, when they were said to be machine-finished.

» machine gun = metralleta, ametralladora.

Example: By this time, the librarian will know that the Battle of Waterloo was fought in 1815, and that 'guns' (properly speaking) are cannon and machine guns.

» machine-gun = ametrallar, acribillar.

Example: He couldn't think why they were so low, but as he watched they came over the top of the headland machine-gunning as they went.

» machine-held = automatizado.

Example: Other indexes based on titles, both printed and machine-held, may provide access to words other than the first in a title.

» machine indexing = indización mecanizada.

Example: With machine indexing some irrelevant and redundant entries are inevitable.

» machine intelligence = inteligencia artificial.

Example: The author attempts to repudiate Cherniavsky's argument to show that machine intelligence cannot equal human intelligence.

» machine-language = en lenguaje automatizado.

Example: A compiler is a computer program that converts each program statement of the source program into many machine-language instructions.

» machine learning (ML) = aprendizaje de la máquina. [En inteligencia artificial, proceso por el cual una máquina u ordenador puede obtener "conocimiento" a partir de los datos con los que trabaja]

Example: This article reviews some aspects of the relationship between the large and growing fields of machine learning (ML) and information retrieval (IR).

» machine-made = hecho a máquina.

Example: In 1800 all paper was made, rather expensively, by hand; in 1900 more than 99 per cent of it was machine-made.

» machine-made laid paper = papel verjurado hecho a máquina.

Example: The first dandy rolls were made in the laid pattern, and thus produced a machine-made laid paper, but wove dandies were also in use from 1828.

» machine-made paper = papel hecho a máquina.

Example: Although light-and-shade marks were later successfully adapted for machine-made paper, they were too expensive for normal use in hand moulds.

» machine-manipulatable = procesable por el ordenador.

Example: We might next note the unprecedented success of the Library of Congress' MARC Distribution Service, which provides authoritative, quality cataloging data in machine-readable, and hence, machine-manipulatable, form.

» machine-minder = encargado de la máquina de imprimir. [En historia de la imprenta, persona que estaba a cargo del manejo de la máquina de imprimir]

Example: Printing machines were operated by two new grades of worker, skilled machine-minders and unskilled machine boys.

» machine-negotiated = asistido por el ordenador.

Example: Indeed, the direction we seem to be embarked on may result in the negation of a century of well-established principles in favor of a machine-negotiated, stochastic access to individual items in the collection.

» machine operator = operario de maquinaria.

Example: Most machine operator jobs involve repetitive motions and recurring use of foot pedals, buttons, switches and levers.

» machine-oriented = orientado al ordenador.

Example: Traditionally, controlled natural languages fall into two categories: human-oriented and machine-oriented controlled natural languages.

» machine politics = aparato político.

Example: Until Groome appeared, city officials were chosen not so much for their ability to administer the affairs of their offices as for who they knew; hence, old-style machine politics with its accompanying corruption found a congenial atmosphere in which to operate.

» machine press = prensa mecánica.

Example: Very few machine presses were used for book printing during the first quarter of the nineteenth century.

» machine-press period, the = período de la prensa mecánica, el.

Example: But the situation in the machine-press period differed chiefly in degree, not in kind.

» machine printing = impresión mecánica.

Example: The increasing efficiency of machine printing did reduce the average price of reprints and of popular works but new literature remained disgracefully expensive.

» machine-processable = aceptable por el ordenador.

Example: A document retrieval system may be described by 3 formal characteristics: the syntax employed to describe documents, the form of machine-processable queries it accepts as valid and the retrieval rules used to rank or retrieve documents.

» machine processing = procesamiento informático, automatización.

Example: The flexibilities possible with machine processing will, at some time in the undefined future, obviate most of the problems not addressed.

» machine-readable = legible por máquina, automatizado, electrónico.

Example: 'Data base' is a term referring to machine-readable collections of information, whether numerical, representational or bibliographic.

» Machine-Readable Bibliographic Information (MARBI) = MARBI (Información Bibliográfica Automatizada).

Example: MARBI is an acronym for a committee with the strange but useful name ALA/RTSD/ISAD/RASD Interdivisional Committee on Representation of Bibliographic Information in Machine-Readable Form.

» Machine Readable Cataloguing (MARC) = MARC (Catalogación Legible por Máquina).

Example: MARC is a widely used format for the exchange of bibliographic information in machine-readable form and stands for Machine Readable Cataloguing.

» machine room = sala de máquinas.

Example: This area contains a milking parlour, facilities for cooling and storage of the milk and a machine room for the mechanical equipment.

» machine scannable format = formato legible por máquina.

Example: This was a test project to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of a proposed serial issue identifier and its bar code symbology which converts the serial issue identifier into a machine scannable format.

» machine searching = búsqueda mecánica.

Example: The transition from manual to machine searching has made possible a substantial increase in the number of requests which can be accepted = La transición de la búsqueda manual a la automatizada ha hecho posible un aumento sustancial en el número de peticiones que se pueden aceptar.

» machine-selected = seleccionado por máquina.

Example: In a totally machine-selected thesaurus, the listing of terms will be printed or displayed by the computer, and often no further effort is necessary.

» machine setter = montador de máquinas.

Example: This article presents and discusses experience with design and use of a hypermedia type training material, SPRING, to be used by new machine setters in the spring industry.

» machine shop = taller, taller de máquinas.

Example: The questionnaire was then sent to machine shops throughout the State of Oklahoma.

» machine-stored = guardado en el ordenador.

Example: Thus the go-list must be machine-stored and is used by the computer in the assignment of index terms.

» machine tool = herramienta mecánica.

Example: The same principal was resurrected in 1952 with the introduction of numerical control of machine tools.

» machine-translated = traducido automáticamente.

Example: The ISBD was seen, among other things, as a means of standardizing the presentation of descriptive data so that it could be machine-translated into MARC.

» machine translation = traducción automatizada.

Example: Machine translation is too complex to be handled by statistics and only a pure knowledge based approach will succeed in the long run.

» machine translation system = sistema de traducción automatizada.

Example: These two machine translation systems translate texts from English and German into Russian on an industrial scale.

» machine-viewable = posible de ser consultado por máquina.

Example: One of the factors to consider in the selection of a data base is the documentation, and search aids available to support searching on the data base, such as classification schedules, printed or machine-viewable thesauri, and so on.

» machine wire = tela metálica continua. [En una máquina continua de hacer papel, correa sin fin hecha de tela metálica sobre la que se deposita la pasta de papel para que escurra]

Example: The dandy was also a light-weight roller, but it was surfaced with wire mesh and it imposed its own watermark on the even wove texture that was made by the wove machine wire.

» MALMARC (Malaysian Machine Readable Cataloguing) = MALMARC (MARC malayo).

Example: The MALMARC (Malaysian Machine Readable Cataloguing) trial project was launched and subsequently became operational in 1979.

» mean machine = monstruo. [Generalmente usado en sentido positivo para indicar una persona o cosa muy eficaz]

Example: A 500-year-old sketch by Leonardo da Vinci was recently discovered -- of a mean machine that looked just like a modern bike!.

» milling machine = fresadora.

Example: The milling machine removes metal with a revolving cutting tool called a milling cutter.

» mould machine = máquina redonda. [Máquina para la fabricación de papel que imita al papel hecho a mano o de tina]

Example: Another variant of the cylinder machine which had some success was the mould machine, introduced in England in about 1910 for making imitation hand-made (mouldmade) paper from rag stock.

» newsprint machine = máquina de papel continuo.

Example: Newsprint machines, on the other hand, have grown ever larger and faster, and there are newsprint Fourdriniers working today which can eject a web 1,000 cm. wide at speeds of up to 1,000 metres per minute (which is 60 k.p.h.).

» nipping machine = máquina de torno.

Example: In 1895 a good London bindery would have the following machines: hand-fed folding machines, sewing machines, nipping machines (for pressing the sewn books before casing-in), cutting machines, rounding machines, backing machines, straight-knife trimming machines (guillotines), rotary board-cutting machines, power blocking presses, and hydraulic standing presses.

» paper-making machine = máquina continua de papel. [Sustituo mecánico de la tina de hacer papel a mano que produce una cinta de papel sin interrupción]

Example: The early paper-making machines were dependent, as the hand vats had been, upon linen and (when they became available) cotton rags as their chief source of raw material.

» perfecting machine = máquina de reiteración. [En imprenta, máquina que imprime las dos caras de una hoja a la vez]

Example: Thus the double platen was not a perfecting machine, but was in effect two single-sided machines sharing a platen.

» photocharging machine = máquina de registro de préstamos por medio de la fotografía.

Example: Each book is opened to reveal its label, and placed on the platen of the photocharging machine.

» photocopying machine = fotocopiadora.

Example: The question is: are libraries responsible for the potentially illegal use of coin-operated photocopying machines?.

» planing machine = acepilladora, máquina de cepillar.

Example: Later, for around a century, a planing machine fitted with special files was used instead.

» platen machine = minerva, máquina de presión plana, máquina planográfica. [En imprenta, máquina de impresión de tamaño reducido en la que la presión se ejerce entre un órganod e rpesión plano y un portaforma también plano]

Example: Finally, most of the platen machines were themselves replaced during the 1860s and 1870s by cylinder machines.

» printing machine = máquina de imprenta, prensa, imprenta.

Example: The author list reprographic equipment suitable for use in libraries (copiers, cutting equipment, printing machines, collators, driers).

» propaganda machine = aparato propagandista.

Example: In Germany, Hitler's propaganda machine was proving alarmingly successful.

» reading machine = aparato de lectura, máquina para leer.

Example: Librarians are urged to convince the 'reading experts' that curling up with a real book is the best reading machine invented to teach children to read.

» rotary machine = prensa rotativa.

Example: A rotary machine invented in Holland in the late seventeenth century did not pound but minced the rags into pulp with revolving knives.

» rounding machine = redondeadora. [En encuadernación, máquina que da forma convexa a los lomos de los libros]

Example: In 1895 a good London bindery would have the following machines: hand-fed folding machines, sewing machines, nipping machines (for pressing the sewn books before casing-in), cutting machines, rounding machines, backing machines, straight-knife trimming machines (guillotines), rotary board-cutting machines, power blocking presses, and hydraulic standing presses.

» routing machine = fresadora.

Example: In 1834 William Leavenworth of New York attached the routing machine to a pantograph and so was able to cut wood types from three-dimensional patterns with speed and precision.

» sewing machine = cosedora, máquina de coser.

Example: In 1895 a good London bindery would have the following machines: hand-fed folding machines, sewing machines, nipping machines (for pressing the sewn books before casing-in), cutting machines, rounding machines, backing machines, straight-knife trimming machines (guillotines), rotary board-cutting machines, power blocking presses, and hydraulic standing presses.

» shearing machine = cizalladora, esquiladora.

Example: The operation of a shearing machine is similar to that of a rotary lawn mower.

» shrink wrapping machine = máquina de envasar al vacío.

Example: When it comes to purchasing a shrink wrapping machine, it is important to make sure that you purchase from a reputable company.

» smoothing machine = alisador.

Example: The paper now passes through a system of steel cylinders and smoothing machines that uniform the surface of the paper.

» spirit duplicating machine = multicopista por disolvente.

Example: Lastly, one needs a spirit duplicating machine and a supply of spirit solvent with which to top up the solvent container incorporated in the machine.

» stabbing machine = cosedora. [En encuadernación, máquina para coser los cuadernillos de los libros formando un todo]

Example: Hand-operated stabbing machines, which forced three stabbing needles simultaneously through the side of a pamphlet, ready for subsequent sewing by hand, appeared early in the century.

» stop-cylinder machine = prensa rotativa.

Example: Their ascendancy may be traced through the Main or tumbler machine of 1840, Payne's Wharfedale stop-cylinder machine of 1858, and the improved Wharfedales produced by Paine and others in the mid 1860s.

» straight-knife trimming machine = máquina de recortar con cuchilla recta.

Example: In 1895 a good London bindery would have the following machines: hand-fed folding machines, sewing machines, nipping machines (for pressing the sewn books before casing-in), cutting machines, rounding machines, backing machines, straight-knife trimming machines (guillotines), rotary board-cutting machines, power blocking presses, and hydraulic standing presses.

» tape machine = grabadora.

Example: Be sure any mechanical equipment required (tape machines, film projectors, etc.) does actually work, can be replaced at a moment's notice if it breaks down, and is handled by a competent operator.

» telefacsimile machine = telefax, fax.

Example: This allows us -- with the help of devices such as telefacsimile machines, to see our libraries as nodes in a national network of libraries.

» teller machine = cajero automático.

Example: Initially, such automated terminals ('teller machines') were installed in the banks themselves, enabling people to draw out cash by means of a debit card.

» thrashing machine = trilladora, trilla.

Example: They also had two steam engines and two thrashing machines to thrash grain for the farmers in the fall.

» threshing machine = trilladora, trilla.

Example: The threshing process, where grain was removed from the stalks, was accomplished through the use of a threshing machine.

» time machine = máquina del tiempo.

Example: His songs are gathering dust somewhere, waiting to be discovered by someone who will invent a time machine and send them back in time.

» tumbler machine = máquina de tambor.

Example: Their ascendancy may be traced through the Main or tumbler machine of 1840, Payne's Wharfedale stop-cylinder machine of 1858, and the improved Wharfedales produced by Paine and others in the mid 1860s.

» typecasting machine = máquina fundidora de tipos.

Example: A typecasting machine was developed in America by David Bruce in 1838 which was simple and effective = En 1838, David Bruce desarrolló en América una máquina fundidora de tipos sencilla y eficaz.

» UNIMARC (Universal Machine-Readable Cataloguing) = UNIMARC (Catalogación Universal Legible por Máquina).

Example: National agencies creating MARC records use national standards within their own country, and re-format records to UNIMARC for international exchange.

» vending machine = máquina expendedora.

Example: The author looks at some of the extra activities engaged in by libraries, such as the provision of board games vending machines for the sale of drinks and other items.

» voting machine = urna electrónica.

Example: He said one big problem is the lack of a unified voice among people who support voting machine reform.

» war machine = maquinaria bélica.

Example: He ordered the killing of the Jews and others for whom the German war machine had no further use.

» washing machine = lavadora.

Example: The study aims at establishing a common European basis for defining efficiency in domestic washing mahines, clothes driers and dishwashers.
Machine synonyms:
car in spanish: coche, pronunciation: kɑr part of speech: noun auto in spanish: auto, pronunciation: ɔtoʊ part of speech: noun automobile in spanish: automóvil, pronunciation: ɔtəmoʊbil part of speech: noun motorcar in spanish: automóvil, pronunciation: moʊtɜrkɑr part of speech: noun simple machine in spanish: maquina simple, pronunciation: sɪmpəlməʃin part of speech: noun political machine in spanish: maquina politica, pronunciation: pəlɪtəkəlməʃin part of speech: noun
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