Traducción de turbulence en Español:


turbulencia, n.

Pronunciación /ˈtərbjələns//ˈtəːbjʊl(ə)ns/


  • 1

    Aviación Física
    turbulencia femenino
    • Reynolds also noticed that once the turbulence started, the fluid dragged.
    • The counter-rotating shafts create a high degree of turbulence from a single electric motor.
    • Frictional turbulence is where a layer of wind passing across land or sea generates disturbances within itself.
    • What seemed like hours later, I felt the floor beneath me shake violently like turbulence and it never stopped.
    • We were knocked about like a bucket of bolts as we passed through heavy turbulence.
    • The entire ship trembled slightly as it ran through severe turbulence.
    • It is extremely uncomfortable as the plane is thrown around violently, in the worst turbulence imaginable.
    • Turbidity currents are high-density flows in which the sediment is supported by the upward component of fluid turbulence.
    • Movement of the gas near the surface causes vigorous turbulence that produces a broad spectrum of random noises.
    • Sienna's year has been marked by violent or overwhelming turbulence or upheaval.
    • The plane landed after a harrowing trip through heart stopping turbulence.
    • Water is naturally pure and clear, though its turbulence may stir up mud from below.
    • There is nothing intrinsically non-deterministic about turbulence.
    • There will still be some turbulence to the north of the plateau, but the water above the Pit will be calm.
    • His doctoral dissertation, presented to Munich in 1923, was on turbulence in fluid streams.
    • Computer models of the building form showed how it could be modified to minimize wind turbulence at the base.
    • The turbulence in the wake of an airplane can be extremely dangerous to other aircraft.
    • This is the best time to avoid turbulence either from possible thunderstorms or heat convection from the sun.
    • They create enough turbulence in the river of water flowing along the ski base to break the suction.
    • The turbulence shook the jet like an earthquake high in the air.
  • 2

    (disorder, confusion)
    turbulencia femenino
    • They would not carry the research overheads of universities and would remain free of political turbulence.
    • Rivalry is a groundswell word, suggesting turbulence by its very sound.
    • After World War I increasing poverty of the masses led to political turbulence.
    • A few months later, her relationship with Greg had been going through some turbulence.
    • The political and economic turbulence of the Civil War years intensified their troubles.
    • Gandhi's answer to the turbulence was to fast until the protagonists stopped their battles!
    • But she was soon caught up in the turbulence of the day, as the age of politicians had arrived.
    • Despite all tumult and turbulence, one after all, had to carry on.
    • Not only does trouble run in streaks but turbulence tends to cluster.
    • If drug stocks hit more turbulence in this stormy political season, we may hear plenty about who is selling them.
    • What is happening is that all this turbulence and confusion makes us nervous and defensive.