Radar in spanish

Radar

pronunciation: rɑdɑɹ̩ part of speech: noun
In gestures

radar = radar. 

Example: This type of radar is widely used by the mercantile marine and harbour authorities for collision avoidance.

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» go under + Posesivo + radar = pasar desapercibido, pasar inadvertido, pasar sin ser visto, no darse cuenta de.

Example: I can't believe I let this song go under my radar for so long.

» ground penetrating radar = radar de penetración terrestre.

Example: This new signal processing technique improves the detectability of buried anti-personnel land mines using a ground penetrating radar.

» keep + Nombre + under/in + Posesivo + radar = no perder de vista, mantener presente.

Example: I haven't read book 1 yet but I've heard great things about the series -- I'll definitely keep it under my radar.

» radar-controlled speed = velocidad controlada por radar.

Example: The traffic has grown so much that many streets have radar-controlled speed.

» radar speed check = velocidad controlada por radar.

Example: The French government is about to ban anything that warns or announces the presence of radar speed checks.

» sneak under + Posesivo + radar = pasar desapercibido, pasar inadvertido, pasar sin ser visto, no darse cuenta de.

Example: 'What I'm trying to get across is that chocolate is sneaking under the radar of unhealthy foods,' said the doctor from Airdrie Health Centre = "Lo que estoy tratando de hacer entender es que el chocolate pasa inadvertido como alimento poco saludable," dijo el médico del centro de salud Airdrie.

» weather radar = radar del tiempo, radar meteorológico.

Example: It is a dark and thunderstormy night, although weather radar seems to indicate it'll pass within about an hour.
Radar synonyms:
radiolocation in spanish: , pronunciation: rædiələkeɪʃən part of speech: noun microwave radar in spanish: , pronunciation: maɪkrəweɪvreɪdɑr part of speech: noun radio detection and ranging in spanish: , pronunciation: reɪdioʊdɪtekʃənændreɪndʒɪŋ part of speech: noun
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