Traducción de needle en Español:

needle

aguja, n.

Pronunciación /ˈnidl//ˈniːd(ə)l/

nombre

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    • 1.1

      (for sewing, on syringe, for etching) aguja femenino
      (on record player) aguja femenino
      (on record player) púa femenino Río de la Plata
      knitting needle palillo masculino Chile
      • she's good with the needle se da mucha maña para coser
      • to thread a needle enhebrar una aguja
      • a needle of light un rayito de luz
      • Using sewing circles as a cover, women carried baskets of needles, thread and cloth to houses where they gathered to write, read poetry, teach and learn.
      • The needle broke on my record player eighteen months ago and I haven't been able to get a new one yet.
      • She sat down, smoothed out her dress, threaded the needle, and began.
      • It could be like trying to thread a needle on a bucking bronco.
      • Cue the sound of a needle coming off a record abruptly.
      • I put the needle down on three records that never fail to change my mood.
      • He saw an opening last Christmas, when her housekeeper was looking about for a needle and thread to fix a hole in Wilson's sweater.
      • The process is much like an old phonograph where the needle is the tip and the grooves in the vinyl record are the atoms.
      • I stand and look down at the needle as I thread it with ease and neatly begin stitching.
      • We do not know where she got the needle from because neither of us can remember the last time we used a needle and thread.
      • The waste contained nonrecyclable plastic, as well as hypodermic needles and intravenous drip tubes.
      • They are something I, as a member of Parliament, have been on about, to the point of being like a needle in a cracked record, for many, many years.
      • The hard zinc plate, the surgicality of the etching needle and processes involving machines resist any illusion of a veridical access to the world or one's own emotions.
      • I got a job as a seamstress (for any sailor is handy with a needle and thread) mending clothes for the tailor.
      • Then a hollow needle is inserted into the bone, and a syringe is used to draw out the liquid-like bone marrow.
      • Then the image is incised into the wax or resin layer with an etching needle.
      • SIR - With all respect to the enthusiasm of those demanding a railway link between Bradford's two stations, the now well-worn record needs a new needle.
      • Assistants hold needles and thread, small scissors, and chains.
      • Keenan is aware of the psychic sound of a needle scraped across a record.
      • After the nurse stitched the wound with a sewing needle and cotton thread, the mother and baby were transferred and treated by Dr Valle and his colleagues at the nearest hospital.
      • Examples include the use of hypodermic needles designed to protect healthcare workers against exposure to HIV from needle sticks.
      • As the shot is made, the effects man, who has in front of him a copy of the cable message, drops the needle on an effects record and listeners hear the applause of the crowd as the shot reaches the boundary.
      • It was the only band I could come up with, but man; it was like the needle dragging across the record.
      • If anaesthetic jelly is used, it will be squeezed into the urethra using a syringe without a needle, and will take effect in five to ten minutes.
      • Although she had never threaded a needle in her life, she discovered that she knew exactly how to alter the too-large gowns so that they would fit her tiny frame.
      • She could conceive a brilliant idea, get the right fabric and embellishments, but the man who sits at the sewing machine or with a needle and thread can virtually destroy her dream.
      • Reuse of syringes and needles puts patients at risk for cross contamination and health care workers at risk if a needle-stick injury occurs.
      • A clinic that provides drug users with clean needles, syringes, and a safe place to inject could substantially reduce syringe sharing, according to a recent study.
      • He paid a $200 fine for possession of hypodermic syringes, needles, and other paraphernalia.
      • Cysts are treated by drawing off the fluid with a small needle and syringe (aspiration).
      • A needle attached to a syringe, or to a special blood collecting container, is pushed into the vein and the syringe is used to draw out a sample of your blood.
      • I prefer keeping a needle and thread on hand, just in case.
      • An unexpected sharp vibration can cause the head to crash onto the surface of the disk, gouging it like a phonograph needle can scratch a record.
      • Drunk off the champagne, Ronan leaned in to give Rue a kiss, and surely would have if Hector had not pulled the needle off of the record, making an intolerable screeching sound.
      • Basic hand-sewing techniques were demonstrated: a whip stitch and a straight stitch, along with how to thread a needle and make a knot.
      • Please bring material for costumes as well as needles and thread.
      • For example, when planning to purchase drugs and vaccines, managers should ensure adequate supplies of syringes, needles, and gloves.
      • In her last years she continued with her art, though she gave up etching due to her loss of the visual acuity required by the etching needle.
      • You can't even take a piece of thread or a needle with you.
      • They also provide sterile syringes and needles, as well as management of overdoses by medical personnel when necessary.
      • I put the needle on the record and we started to dance.
      • Recent research indicates that flushing or soaking needles and syringes with bleach may not be effective in killing HIV.
      • Then he held it lightly against the membrane of a yeast cell, so that like a record needle, it would record any movement and translate it into sound.
      • When Lacuna anesthetizes him, it will repeat endlessly in a recurring dream, skipping like a needle on a scratched record.
      • Put the needle on the record, and pump up the jam!
      • Remove the syringe, leaving the needle in the catheter, and attach a new catheter plug.
      • She found 3 different colored spools of cloth, a few basic colors of thread, a sewing needle, a cheap pair of shoes, and a comb.
      • When collecting aspirated material or material with a needle and syringe, the specimen should not be placed on a swab.
      • The opening vignette, ‘Lullaby for a Broken Dog’ is simple piano tinklings and a man's spoken words over the hiss and pop of a needle on an old record.
      • It's a nice portrait of Strummer the hipster, talking his jive talk and dropping the needle on U Roy records to a worldwide audience.
      • Reduction in injecting drug use, as indicated by reduced output in the needle and syringe programmes, would be consistent with reduction in such infections at the population level.
      • Then the needle skips on the record, and the hypnotic crackle of ancient vinyl roars in rhythmic waves.
      • When the friend forgot to bring him his needles for the record player Chad attempted to re-enter the club.
      • He watched her thread her needle again, her slender, graceful fingers never erring despite the inadequate light.
      • I can no longer thread needles (I used to be a world expert at that).
      • Breaks in aseptic technique can introduce microbial contamination into the vial via the needle, syringe, or rubber stopper.
      • To give the epidural anaesthetic, the anaesthetist passes a hollow needle into a small space just below the spinal cord.
      • These raw tubes are made primarily from stainless steel or other metal alloys and are the basis for subdural insertion devices such as hypodermic needles.
      • It can also spread through infected blood and shared needles or syringes contaminated with the virus.
      • He slowly put down the pen he had in his hand, pulled the needle off the record, and sat down.
      • A lot of mess and all the other steps involved in injecting are implicated in Hep-C transmission, not just the needle and syringe.
      • Pass plays could be even more frustrating, since trying to accurately throw a piece of felt with the metal catapult was like trying to thread a needle from across the room.
      • Finally, on her twenty-seventh attempt, she let out a whoop of delight when the black thread slipped smoothly through the needle's hole.

    • 1.2(on gauge)

      aguja femenino
      • The needle on the navigational instrument points directly to it, but you still can't spot the runway through the haze.
      • The needle of that compass is kindness, simple human kindness.
      • Both students and instructors will have to interpret numbers rolling up and down a screen, rather than read needles on a dial.
      • Some 800,000 years ago, a compass needle would have pointed south, having previously pointed north.
      • The Earth's magnetic field aligns liquid particles much like tiny compass needles.
      • They're like a pair of compass needles for the whole city.
      • What you will notice is that the compass needle swings.
      • Of course the weak magnet is far from being able to pick one up but the children can detect the effect by seeing that the end of their compass needle attracts itself to the coin, held near outside the plastic.
      • These changes in the mind influence the tiny flow of electrical energy generated by the E-Meter, causing the needle on its dial to move.
      • The north magnetic pole, to which compass needles point from all over the Earth, moves day by day.
      • A new magnetic alloy produces no net field, making it a poor choice for compass needles, but it could be used to build new devices based on electron spins.
      • Then Mr. Randi caused a compass needle to deflect by about 15° and caused several watches to advance.
      • But in magnets, like a compass needle, more of the domains are lined up in the same direction, and so the material has an overall magnetic field.
      • The testing is done by passing a weak current through the circuit in which a small galvanometer is included and if the needle of the instrument moves when a connexion is made the circuit is in order.
      • Getting back to the point, if we move in comparison to two objects [the needle and the printed dial], they apparently move compared to each other.
      • The compass needle aligns itself with this field (perpendicular to the wire).
      • This implies a net magnetic moment less robust than the compass needle of single-celled magnetotactic bacteria.
      • As he descends, his head is turning like the needle of an indecisive compass, his eyes taking in each and every bit of action on the docks below him.
      • The two polar molecules act like compass needles, which are small bar magnets.
      • If you place a compass there, the needle won't move.

    • 1.3Botánica

      aguja femenino
      • He didn't get very far before he collapsed into a pile of pine needles and slowly decaying leaves, hurting, weak, and exhausted.
      • The nest is built on the ground, a shallow depression under dense cover, lined with a few needles and leaves.
      • Woodchips, bark, grass clippings, leaves, pine needles, straw, and sawdust are examples of organic mulches.
      • Pine needles, shredded leaves, straw, and grass clippings from untreated lawns work well.
      • The conifers are a particularly interesting group to study as unlike cereals their leaves or needles are retained for several years.
      • Usually 1 to 2 cm thick, it is composed of needles, leaves, twigs, and is dark brown in colour.
      • Nests are a shallow scrape in the ground lined with dead twigs, needles, leaves, and feathers.
      • It is built of moss, pine needles, leaves, twigs, bark, and other plant material, and lined with hair.
      • Below my leather boots the ground is covered in an endless assortment of life: bronze pine needles, lobed oak leaves, a digger wasp.
      • I'd woken face down in pine needles and crushed leaves.
      • All of a sudden across the clearing the other band burst out from between the trees in a dusting of leaves and pine needles.
      • Most nutrients in the soil actually come from fallen needles and leaves.
      • The same colours ran up the striated bark of the pine trees whose needles were beginning to acquire the sated, dusty green of summer.
      • Huge clusters of thorn bushes, fungus, tree roots and a carpet of dead leaves and pine needles made walking a chore.
      • Instead of leaves they have needles, and they spread their seeds in cones.
      • Pine trees coated the edges, and I could start to see the more tropical trees that made up the core of the forest, so both dried leaves and pine needles coated the trail.
      • She could hear the dry leaves and pine needles crushing beneath the stallion's hooves.
      • A large volume of soil can thus be sampled by analyzing appropriate parts of a tree, such as twigs, needles, leaves, or bark.
      • Generally only a very hot fire, one fueled by drought and a heavy buildup of fallen leaves and pine needles, will kill a longleaf pine.
      • Shredded paper can be added to compost, so too can pine needles and gum leaves.

  • 2Britanico coloquial

    (aggressive rivalry)
    pique masculino coloquial
    before noun needle match duelo a muerte masculino
    • Moyes is the referee, which is just as well as the fixture generally has a bit of needle to it: the veterans needing to continually reassert their prowess over the younger generation.
    • Wearsiders and Teessiders can enjoy the North East needle match, Middlesbrough v Sunderland, at the Skeldergate pub on Monday night.
    • This needle match between France and Britain dates back at least to the hundred years war.
    • There's always been a bit of needle between classicists and archeologists.
    • ‘There was a bit of needle that came from the semi-final,’ he agreed.
    • ‘I've played him three times before and always beaten him, and there was a bit of needle from the start,’ Hann said.
    • 11 mins: There's an interesting bit of needle going on here between Silvestre and Giannakopoulos.
    • Shipley's first and second teams are in the West Yorkshire Super League - and when they clash they are always needle matches.

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    pinchar coloquial
    he's always needling his brother siempre está pinchando al hermano coloquial
    • they needled her into losing her temper la pincharon tanto que perdió los estribos
    • what really needles me is that … lo que de verdad me saca de quicio / me fastidia es que …
    • 28 should be needled cautiously and superficially in those with very distended bladders.
    • So, for all those that think we are being racist by needling the French over this, I'd like to assure you of two things.
    • But I would rather be needled by a performer than bored.
    • Throughout our conversation, as one veteran good-naturedly needles the other, all the teen-angst details come out.