Translation of ball bearing in Spanish:

ball bearing

cojinete de bola, n.

noun

  • 1

    (bearing)
    cojinete de bola masculine
    rodamiento masculine
    balinera feminine Colombia
    rulemán masculine River Plate
    • For twice the price of the cheap metal wheel, they had a plastic model with a ball bearing.
    • The following week, I almost dropped a large metal ball bearing onto it, which would have shattered it.
    • ‘What we did to the atom is something like lubricating a ball bearing so that less force is required to move it,’ says Joseph Stroscio, co-author of the Science paper.
    • Within the top of the device is a ball bearing which sits on a piece of metal with a tiny hole in it.
    • Most recently, it shut down in March after a ball bearing at its base failed.
    • The single ball bearing / sleeve bearing fan rated at 5500 rpm, give or take 10%, and can provide 10.6 CFM of airflow.
    • I used to have the old Goofy Foot, with the ball bearing wheels.
    • Swivels should be of the very best quality, and the Sampo ball bearing swivel in the 500 lb breaking strain size is perhaps the best that is readily available.
    • The problem was a ball bearing at Indianapolis; Johnson admits he missed a gear at Watkins Glen, which did irreparable damage to the transmission, and a valve spring broke at Michigan.
    • Typical coefficient of friction for a ball bearing is about mu = 1.5e - 3
    • The ball bearing increases the thrust load capacity of the turbo.
    • Daytona uses bushings instead of the ball bearing pivots of the upper-tier Campagnolo shifters, which allow for lighter control feel.
    • Previous to my last trip to Germany, I'd become familiar with a strange phenomenon involving a magnetized ball bearing and a piece of copper or aluminum tubing.
    • Who knows, maybe Rondeau will turn out to be as sharp as a ball bearing.
    • Like its brother, a ball bearing is used inside the fan, and the same accessory pack is included.
    • Two ball bearing units are used instead of bushings to provide German-precision, short-throw shifting action.
    • The good news is that the fan uses a ball bearing instead of a sleeve bearing.
    • The metal-to-metal contact in a ball bearing motor produces vibration and noise, and is less forgiving of shock loads.
    • The bolt design uses a ball bearing detent for the firing pin assembly.
    • The advantage of these is that in a ball bearing the contact areas are quite small.
  • 2

    (ball)
    bola (de acero) feminine
    esfera (de acero) feminine
    • Loosening up, she moves on to the pool, coasting like a ball bearing around its high rims, grabbing a little air when the fancy strikes her.
    • I have never been able to significantly magnetize a ball bearing, so I'd guess that they are usually made of a rather ‘soft’ (low carbon) steel.
    • So in theory, an atom dropped down the exact centre of a vertical metal pipe should reach a terminal velocity as it ploughs through the viscous quantum vacuum, just like a ball bearing dropped into oil.
    • A man later gave himself up to police, who recovered a ball bearing gun.
    • Once you put a coin in, and pulled the lever, a ball bearing would hurtle around some sort of track, and depending where it ended up, determined what sort of prize, if any, you won.
    • Police confirmed that a ball bearing, or BB, gun had been discharged inside the store.
    • It left a 9.5mm ball bearing, possibly fired by a catapult or gas-powered gun, embedded under 16-year-old Nathan Gould's right eye.
    • Because candy or iron are the traditional presents for a couple's sixth anniversary, Diesel sent out the invitation in a test tube with a ball bearing and a jawbreaker.
    • The trigger is like a ball bearing on glass - rolling smooth.
    • In one recent case in Merseyside a man was left paralysed after being shot in the spine by a ball bearing from a BB gun.
    • Upon closer examination, he saw a flying ball bearing or silver sphere.
    • The action proved smoother than a greased ball bearing on ice with perfect feed and ejection.
    • ‘The cat had an operation involving the removal of an eyeball because there was a ball bearing inside the eye socket,’ said Mr Thomas.
    • She ricocheted down the street like a ball bearing in a pinball machine, feeling tiny and insignificant among the large and imposing aliens - a feeling she had never felt before, being a princess on her home planet.
    • A cyclist was fired at in a ball bearing gun drive-by shooting in Colchester.
    • Officers also found a ball bearing gun while searching a vehicle at a police checkpoint in Regent's Park yesterday evening.
    • A ball bearing placed inside falls and triggers the cartridge if it is disturbed.
    • One boy has been charged with assault after a Warneford School caretaker was shot in the back with a ball bearing gun.
    • He said: ‘All I know is that police believe it was a ball bearing gun that was used, not a real gun.’
    • If you shake the can, the rattling ball bearing helps to mix up the propellant and the product, so the product is pushed out in a fine mist.