Traducción de width en español:

width

ancho, n.

Pronunciación: /wɪdθ//wɪdθ//wɪtθ//wɪtθ/

nombre

  • 1

    (measurement)
    ancho masculino
    anchura femenino
    what width is the cloth? ¿qué ancho tiene la tela?
    • The weights room was gutted and has been extended in width and length.
    • The Backbone was a half-mile of barren limestone only fifty feet in width with nearly vertical sides and a few boulders and a few clumps of pines dotting its top.
    • We walked a bit further until the huts started to get a bit larger in width and height.
    • New York is set up as a strong grid system, with blocks being equal in width and length throughout most of the city.
    • Each floor offers ample space for individual designs, consisting of a long, open space of about 30m in length and 10m in width.
    • Mr Haggarty said it was hoped to expand the room, which is located on the ground floor of the hotel, by about 4ft in width and 8ft in length.
    • However, a reduction in width reduces the cargo capacity and side slope operation.
    • Ditches are often absent, or only dug on one side, while metalling varies in width, depth and design.
    • Davidson's current collection of bracelets, chokers and belts are made of black or reddish-brown strips of leather varying in width.
    • The ceiling was high but the tunnel-like place was narrow, perhaps four feet in width.
    • The stadium was four soccer fields in length and five in width and the stadiums were packed with people of all ages and races, cheering on a school.
    • Cubic measurements take all three dimensions into consideration - width, length and height.
    • Veins can range in width from microscopic dimensions to many metres.
    • One stone approximately a foot in width and length and half a foot in height was thrown to the opposite side of the road around 20 metres away.
    • We have a small landmass, about 300 miles in length and 150 in width.
    • Typical blocks were fabricated to measurements of three feet in length and 1.5 feet in width and height.
    • A circular medallion, a finger's length in width, hung from a small gold chain around his neck.
    • The English spread collar is medium in width and has flared points.
    • The palace is a façade, which is fifty feet in height and a mere one-foot in width.
    • It is the only reserve in Bulgaria covering seawater territory - 8km in length and 500m in width.
  • 2

    (in swimming pool)
    ancho masculino
    • Nswam rarely, got in one side, swam a width and got out.
    • None of them could see the lady and her foam baton, who, it transpired wasn't even swimming her widths.
    • The interval cited is how long she has to swim the width, then rest before doing another.
    • Each child swam as many widths as they could during ten minutes set aside from a swimming lesson.