Hay 2 traducciones principales de rung en Español

: rung1rung2

rung1

Pronunciación /rəŋ//rʌŋ/

participio


Hay 2 traducciones principales de rung en Español

: rung1rung2

rung2

travesaño, n.

nombre

  • 1

    (of ladder, chair, stool)
    travesaño masculino
    • That wouldn't buy them much time, Sydney knew, so she steeled herself and placed one foot on the first rung of the ladder.
    • Then I didn't have the strength to do anything but hook my arm through a rung and hold on while I sucked air and my lungs ached.
    • I stepped out, swung around, grabbed the other side of the ladder and placed my foot on the proper rung.
    • Upon opening the hatch we were looking down a large corrugated pipe, with rebar ladder rungs, descending vertically for thirty feet into the darkness.
    • Without the Nomex gloves, required for takeoff and landing because of the fire risk, the ladder rungs and safety pole are like burning embers.
    • When you're young and a ladder is thrust in front of you, you don't wonder how high it is or think about the strength of its rungs; you clamber on up.
    • So the boy let his father fix the rope around his waist, and instruct him in how to climb over the edge and find the rungs of the ladder.
    • He used the advantage of the adrenaline and the upper body strength he had to pull himself up one rung.
    • He stood, his foot on the lower rungs of a ladder that led to the upper shelves, with his weight propped on his elevated knee.
    • The rungs of the ladder are sharp against her bare feet.
    • He placed a foot on the first rung of the ladder on the side of the freighter and began to climb, hefting himself up onto the roof.
  • 2

    (in career, organization)
    peldaño masculino
    the lower rungs of the ladder los niveles más bajos del escalafón
    • to move up a rung ascender un peldaño en el escalafón
    • Now with a foot firmly on the lower rungs of the ladder to rockdom, it's hard not to imagine that they will do anything but ascend.
    • Firms have reduced the total number of job descriptions, stripping rungs from the job ladders that were traditionally climbed by less-skilled workers.
    • New research by the Bank of Scotland shows that first-time buyers north of the Border are still able to get their foot on the first rung of the housing ladder.
    • Making casual work illegal, by such devices as minimum wage laws and ludicrously restrictive safety regulations, is a complete disaster for the poor, because it destroys the first few rungs of the economic ladder.
    • The arrangement is designed to allow young couples to get a foot on the first rung of the housing ladder.