Traducción de segment en Español:

segment

segmento, n.

Pronunciación /ˈsɛɡm(ə)nt//ˈsɛɡmənt/

nombre

  • 1

    Matemáticas
    (of circle, sphere, line)
    segmento masculino
    • He found the length of an arc of the cycloid using an exhaustion proof based on dissections to reduce the problem to summing segments of chords of a circle which are in geometric progression.
    • Given partial information about a segment of a circle, how do you compute what you want to know?
    • Newton gave a method of drawing the Cissoid of Diocles using two line segments of equal length at right angles.
    • A system of three equations was derived using distances from three adjacent line segments drawn between vertices.
    • For example, when we start with a hexagon, the final shape may be a segment, a triangle, or another hexagon.
    • Two similar problems were to trisect an angle and to produce a line segment whose square has the same area as that of a given circle.
    • The main purpose of the work is to investigate the volume of segments of these three-dimensional figures.
    • The chord of the segment is given, as is its area, and the student is asked to compute its height (the length of the perpendicular bisector of the chord to the circle).
    • This he affected by circumscribing a semicircle about an isosceles right-angled triangle and a segment of a circle similar to those cut off by the sides.
    • Using a different approach, Archimedes found the surface area of a sphere, and the surface area of any segment of a sphere.
    • It is assumed that the unsupported outer border of the pouch deforms into a segment of a circle and that the material does not stretch much.
    • Given the way that we have defined line segments, a great circle makes a good definition of a straight line.
    • As in the treatment of Siegel, lipid monolayers in the intermediates are assumed to form surfaces that are segments of spheres or of spherical torroids.
    • We can mark a point on the side that divides it into segments of length a and b.
  • 2

    (of citrus fruit)
    gajo masculino
    • Arrange the lemon, tangerine, and blood orange segments on top and around the mousse cake.
    • The overall growth of the SUV segment has come, in part, from a rising industry.
    • Within the first chamber the first segment of the siphuncle appears.
    • Following card games, video and computer games comprise the largest segment of the gaming community.
    • The researchers identified short segments of DNA that show up only in a specific species.
    • The sympathetic nerve supply to the lung arises in the upper six thoracic segments of the spinal cord.
    • Furthermore, the courtyard's pavement is divided into ten segments.
    • Drug offenders are the fastest-growing segment of prison populations in the United States.
    • Arrange the blood orange segments over the top of the meringue in a decorative pattern.
    • However, special attention must be paid to the donor chromosome segment around the target gene.
    • There are large segments of our society that do not have equal access and are being left behind.
    • Seminary education was divided into four segments, initial preparatory school being the only one which offered some Slavonic.
    • In many of the others, the spaces are divided into segments, more or less corresponding to the different generations.
    • Segmentation means dividing memory into several segments and accessing memory by both segment pointer and offset.
    • Secondly, heritage tourism is the fastest growing segment of the tourism industry.
    • Spinal implants continue to represent the fastest-growing segment of the global orthopedic market.
    • Acrylic is perhaps the fastest-growing segment of the glazing market.
    • Who can deny that today, organized crime dominates certain segments of the Bulgarian economy?
    • Its genome is made up of 100 million bases divided into six segments, or chromosomes.
    • Only about half the length of the duplicated segments corresponds closely with their genetic length.
  • 3

    (of worm)
    segmento masculino
    • The ventral branchial arch segments of placoderms are so poorly known that nothing useful can be said.
    • Unlike the agnostids, polymerid trilobites typically have more than two or three thoracic segments, and the pygidium is usually smaller than the cephalon.
    • This specimen cannot be specifically identified because it lacks the cephalon and first thoracic segment.
    • They have a number of body segments (known as somites), which are sometimes fused to form rigid areas, or are free but linked to each other by flexible areas.
    • Agnostids have only two or three segments between the cephalon and pygidium.
  • 4

    (section)
    sector masculino

verbo transitivo

  • 1

    (circle/line) segmentar
    (fruit) dividir en gajos
    • The recipes are segmented into nine chapters - meat, egg, fish, vegetables, rice, pickles, desserts, breakfast delights and teatime favourites.
    • The next step in transforming the selling strategy was to segment the potential customer market.
    • Each of these targets, along with others for ambulance response times, segments the timeline into intervals deemed controllable by the separate parts of the system.
    • At a running time of around four minutes, the overture is segmented into four themes.
    • Broadly, the clothes are segmented into casual cottons and semi-corporate or office wear.
    • The course is segmented into six different sections.
    • This will also allow companies to segment product lines in the manufacturing process with secure and non-secure versions.
    • Analysts say that Taiwan's economy is segmented into two parts.
    • Outline writers segment the overall plot into weekly and then daily portions.
    • It is hard - although not impossible - for big banks to segment their services to appeal to different customers, he suggests.
    • The muscles of the body are segmented into blocks called myotomes.
    • Peat cutters had been at work, segmenting the bogs into little squares to extract their staple fuel.
    • How useful is it to segment the great movement out of nineteenth-century Europe into distinct ‘national’ migrations?
    • I'm not holding my breath, but they do need to segment supermarket and convenience trading.
    • Mohan Ram's collection was segmented into two genres, world cinema and Indian cinema.
    • Their competitors also cannot segment their databases and offer tailored and targeted holidays to existing customers.
    • For one thing, traditional consumer electronics companies attempt to segment the market.
    • The monopolist can segment market demand, and still certify white males as before.