Traducción de wafer en Español:


galleta de barquillo, n.

Pronunciación /ˈweɪfə//ˈweɪfər/


  • 1

    • 1.1(single layer)

      galleta de barquillo femenino
      oblea femenino
      • Skin Bond Cement was applied to the skin grafted area of the abdomen and the backs of the wafer pieces.
      • One noon might produce smoky wafers of zucchini melted in the wood oven, then juxtaposed with halved green grapes and wisps of gentle Montasio cheese.
      • This wafer functions as an artificial retina; light hitting the wafer causes it to generate electrical stimuli that are applied to the optic nerve and restore some degree of vision.
      • Lia gently lifted up one of the half-collapsed shelves, careful not to get her hand caught between the two splintered wafers of wood.
      • Angle the blade against the stone then push the blade lightly along as if you were trying to slice off a paper-thin wafer of stone.
      • DNA chips are elegantly simple in concept: thin wafers of glass or plastic embedded with strips of DNA.
      • On a recent visit to Bid, I began my meal with two nodules of creamy foie gras, folded in green cabbage with razor-thin wafers of black truffle.
      • Those who enjoy Chinese style roast duckling with finely sliced wafers of ginger were catered for, as were those who wanted some Thai style noodle soup, and some regional curries.
      • NASA officials say that the sapphire, silicon and diamond wafers that were used to collect the samples may have been shattered in the crash.
      • The samples of solar wind particles, collected on ultra-pure wafers of gold, sapphire, silicon and diamond were designed to be returned for analysis by Earth-bound scientists.
      • Harry relished every last drop, going so far as to lick up the wafers of sliced macaroni and eating them with every sign of enjoyment.
      • Then we noticed that the clump of algae was actually a wondrous crab, no bigger than a thumbnail, whose body shape had evolved to mimic the green wafers of algae.

    • 1.2(multilayered)

      galleta de barquillo femenino
      oblea rellena femenino
      • The partnership will focus on making chips out of 300 mm wafers of silicon and the aim is to roll out prototypes in the second half of this year.
      • China has already obtained 0.25 and 0.35 micrometer technology for etching eight-inch wafers.
      • Most chip manufacturers use laser fuses that are activated during the testing portion of the manufacturing process before the individual chips are cut from that wafer.
      • Therefore, we can have thousands of devices on a single wafer.
      • Government officials admitted that plans for eight-inch wafer foundry investments in China still pose many problems.
      • Certainly, there's a big difference between producing wafers and producing chips that work.
      • Many of these microscopic devices must be interconnected by metal wires, which are made by filling tiny trenches in the surface of the semiconductor wafer.
      • The present invention is directed to an apparatus and process for heating and cooling semiconductor wafers in thermal processing chambers.
      • Additionally, the semiconductor wafer is subjected to a flow of ions from an ionization source within the tracking device itself.
      • Disclosed is a method for making reliable interconnect structures on a semiconductor wafer having a first dielectric layer.
      • Microelectronics manufacturers create hundreds to thousands of chips simultaneously on large, thin wafers of silicon.
      • Increasingly semiconductor firms are cutting back on their own wafer fabrication plants and using outsourcing firms.
      • Much of this activity results from chip manufacturers' moves to 300-mm wafer assembly lines.
      • Their walls are photovoltaic - directly converting sunlight into electrical power, using solid-state semiconductor wafers or thin films mounted on panels.
      • Silicon wafers used for building microcircuits are usually polished at one specific angle to the atomic planes of silicon.
      • A carrier is then bonded to an upper surface of the integrated circuit, whereafter a lower portion of the wafer substrate is removed in a grinding and etching operation.
      • The company's costs have risen dramatically thanks to its investment in 300 mm wafer fabs.
      • Brightfield inspection is used by chipmakers to find the most critical defects during wafer manufacturing.
      • The wafer fabrication plant apparently did not meet either criterion, despite IDA claims to the contrary.
      • Lithography tools are used to draw the lines of a circuit on to a semiconductor wafer.

    • 1.3Religión

      hostia femenino
      • Is it all right to chew the wafer or bread in communion or should I simply let it dissolve in my mouth as I was taught?
      • Each element of the furniture is exemplary, and some items such as the casket for communion wafers (a gold box in the side chapel) are quite exquisite.
      • Mary was at the front, and she opened her mouth for the Priest to place the small wafer of bread on her tongue, the body.
      • Church doctrine holds that Communion wafers, like the bread served at the Last Supper, must have at least some unleavened wheat.
      • Meantime, EBay has moved to stop the auction of a Eucharist wafer said to have been blessed by Pope John Paul II.
      • The Irish croissant tastes like bad communion wafers.
      • He broke the white wafer into small pieces and placed one in his mouth, whispering the rites of Communion.
      • I remembered how, as the wafer dissolved in my mouth, I had felt myself ‘officially’ a member of the Church.
      • Faith, holding her chalice and Eucharistic wafer, stands to the right of Charity, while Hope, with her back turned to the viewer, looks to Charity from her left.
      • In Spain, the dance is done to reverence the Blessed Sacrament, a consecrated wafer used in Communion.

    • 1.4British (ice cream)

      (trozo de helado entre dos galletas de barquillo) corte de helado masculino España
      • He recommended the banana cake and the icebox cake: layers of chocolate wafers and whipped cream pressed together and refrigerated.
      • Remove the ice cream from the mould and serve with wafer biscuits or ice cream topping.
      • Each wafer, a beautiful raspberry color, dissolved in the mouth and filled it with an intense taste of raspberries.
      • Family gather to share the oplatek, a thin white wafer sometimes called angel bread, followed by an odd number of meatless dishes.
      • Kurdish specialties include a type of wafer bread eaten for breakfast, and any kind of grain cooked in whey.
      • The multitude of available food products makes the age-old snack of graham crackers and vanilla wafers obsolete.
      • To make the crust, combine wafer crumbs with butter and press into a 9-inch springform pan.
      • Some posh wafers might be good here, or some homemade shortbread, baked really thin and crisp.
      • I do have a sweet tooth, particularly for Italian chocolate wafers and mini Cornettos.
      • Soon cakes and wafers were being passed around to the ‘uninvited guests’.
      • The pink wafer biscuit is a lightweight in the World of the Biscuit.
      • Mercifully, there were no pink wafer biscuits.
      • The combination of real milk chocolate, crisp wafer and soft chewy caramel is almost too intense.
      • Stroopwafel, sometimes called caramel wafer or syrup cookie, is a sandwich of two extra-thin, hard and crisp wafers filled with caramel-y syrup.
      • Crush wafers until very fine and cover the entire cake.
      • Bammy is a toasted bread-like wafer made from cassava.
      • For an extra treat, fill each cone with candies, then seal the open end with a vanilla wafer attached with decorator icing.
      • Dessert is a few small sugar wafers in yet another cellophane package.
      • Serve in small glass bowls with sweet biscuity wafers.
      • crisp, lacy baked items which stand on the frontier between biscuits, wafers, and sugar confectionery

  • 2

    • 2.1(thin piece)

      lámina femenino

    • 2.2Informática Electrónica

      lámina (de silicio) femenino
      oblea (de silicio) femenino

  • 3

    oblea femenino
    • A gold ribbon and wafer seal with the impression of the U.S. Department of State seal is affixed to this certificate.