In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(sound)bip masculinepitidito masculine
- Further, the circuitry behind that speaker was equally lacking, as, in most cases, the system could not produce anything beyond the extent of beeps and blips.
- Vocals are tucked in the back, submerged in reverb as blips and bleeps and chiming guitars send the whole thing home.
- It was a high-pitched blip that, once again, she never knew the devices were capable of.
- Videogames began as a few blips and bleeps racing across a screen.
- He's got the groove going and he paces his compilations like an expert DJ, but his blips and bleeps sound awfully derivative.
- Is the future to be filled with soft glitchy vocals over clicks, blips and bleeps?
- In the earliest games, we made do with blips and bleeps; now, we have MP3 soundtracks to rival DVDs, and incidental sounds recorded from real life.
- To see him pull off all the blips, bleeps, loops, and hisses using only his vocal cords is definitely something special.
- All their core sounds are here - wispy synthesizer melodies and bleeps and blips.
- A blip sounded off signaling the entry of an intruder.
- It lives up to the hype, delivering blips, bleeps and beats.
- No excess noise was audible, and sound flowed continuously, free of blips or other interruptions.
- Then a small blip of sound came from the screen and Lucas pulled back.
- A blip of noise signals contact, then a low, droning hiss fills the speakers before the music begins.
- Eventually, the song peaks at a crescendo and dies away into atmospheric buzzes and computer blips.
- If you're into funky, minimal blips and bleeps, check these guys out, they are the bomb!
- Or they could take their chances in the street with the taxis, zooming madly, beeping their horns in staccato blips as warnings.
- Beeps, blips and pings are the everyday sounds that we live with, thanks to our push-button gizmos and fast-paced lifestyle.
- Warp speed, back to the sounds of 80's pop and those jittery keyboard blips!
- Previous emphasis on speed is now being replaced by ambience laced with moments of electronic blips and beeps, free jazz, noise, no wave and tinges of psychedelia.
2(on radar screen)señal luminosa feminine
- ‘Told you everything would work perfectly,’ Eldon replied as they watched the radar blips disappear.
- It's like hearing reports from Alaska radar stations of peculiar blips on the screen.
- He failed to see the whole, seeing only the details, which he spotted like blips on a radar screen.
- While we were on the plane with them, they saw two blips on their radar screen.
- The radar operator watched carefully as the blip on his monitor representing the Renegade crawled into the system.
- The three blips on the radar screen were moving closer and closer to the ambush.
- Learning to identify what the blips on the screen represent can take some time.
- In the darkened operations room below decks, grey overalled officers and sailors watched an approaching blip on their radar screens.
- A bunch of ‘wacky’ characters watch blips on a radar screen.
- The radio wave reflections are essentially no different than airplane blips on a radar screen.
- Imagine looking at the blips on the monitor of an air traffic controller in Las Angeles, multiplying those radar blips by 100-then zooming in on the flight path of a single aircraft.
- They watch the blips on the screen representing the planes break into two and fly off.
3masculine accidentemasculine problema pasajero
- I am very happy, the temporary blip of sadness I felt the other day has long passed…
- But road statistics are volatile, and experts say the 16 per cent drop in deaths last year could prove to be a blip rather than a trend.
- They're just a minor blip in the general scheme of things.
- Is it a permanent rebound or just a temporary blip?
- But I hope this is just a blip, a temporary moment of blurred decision, out-weighed by my usual clarity.
- Let's hope it's just a temporary blip in a smooth operation.
- You are looking for general, overall upward trends, not short-term blips.
- It looks like the situation in London is little more than a temporary blip, as property prices continue to rise across the UK.
- Time will tell if this is just a statistical anomaly or a blip in a downward trend.
- It's easy to dismiss the jump in inflation as a temporary blip.
- The drop last year is likely to be a small blip in a general upward trend.
- Universities across the country are expecting a dip in the number of applicants next year, although this is expected to be a temporary blip.
- It puts in perspective some of the temporary blips in that relationship.
- He won't be very pleased about being marked down but someone as talented as him will treat it as a minor blip.
- Another explanation, and this one is more reassuring, is that people aren't responding to the temporary inflation blip caused by higher petrol prices.
- Consumer credit may introduce temporary blips in the economy, but it is not a secure building block.
- It has been there for hundreds of years, and a temporary blip in the finances is no excuse for throwing it all away.
- Should there be a correction, though, it most likely will only be a minor blip on the downward plunging trend lines.
- The combination was lethal, but I just dismissed it as a temporary blip at the time.
- Yet they are but minor blips in an otherwise beautiful musical landscape which really ought to be discovered.
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