Traducción de unidirectional en Español:

unidirectional

unidireccional, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌjuːnɪdɪˈrɛkʃ(ə)n(ə)l//ˌjunədəˈrɛkʃ(ə)n(ə)l//ˌjuːnɪdʌɪˈrɛkʃ(ə)n(ə)l/

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    unidireccional
    • The palacocurrent direction is not reversing, but unidirectional and approximately normal to the plane of the photograph.
    • Despite the fact that traffic is free to flow in both the directions, time taken is likely to be less than that taken on a unidirectional route.
    • Our concept of time and its unidirectional flow could not exist in such a world.
    • The work of Gough has shown that a metal deforms under cyclic strain by slip on the same atomic planes and in the same crystallographic directions as in unidirectional strain.
    • But over time and aided by unidirectional modernism the communal aspects have not only been taken for granted but also alienated.
    • Is it possible to do a functional analysis that does not depend on assumptions of unidirectional linear time and causation?
    • As we have seen time and time again, these international reverberations are by no means unidirectional or even multidirectional, but revolving.
    • This irrational emotional economy has short-circuited itself through the excess of a unidirectional flow of desire.
    • A loop is provided towards Race Course Road with a unidirectional 7.5 metres wide carriageway grade level service road for free turn towards Seshadripuram.
    • It means that the causality of evolution is not unidirectional.
    • Their study revealed that more than 90 percent of the sample Web pages form a single connected part if links are treated as a unidirectional link.
    • The project comprises a main flyover along Seshadri Road with unidirectional carriageway, and a loop towards Race Course side with a unidirectional carriageway.
    • They are found in regions of limited sand supply and unidirectional winds, resulting in relatively small and highly mobile stores of sand migrating in a downwind direction.
    • A shotgun mic is a unidirectional microphone, meaning it picks up sound in the direction where it's aimed.
    • There is also a growing body of evidence that the process of listening is not unidirectional but involves information being fed back to the hearing mechanism.
    • It's fast, only costs a few pence and is unidirectional like e-mail.
    • It is better to treat the whole thing as a single pan, as long as it remains unidirectional.
    • It is these unidirectional authority relationships that are antithetical to citizen engagement.
    • But now that the ice seems to be thawing, filmmakers are prepared to overlook the fact that the efforts are largely unidirectional.
    • Movements in respect of exchange rates may not, however, be unidirectional.