Translation of booster in Spanish:

booster

repetidor, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈbustər//ˈbuːstə/

noun

  • 1

    Television Telecommunications Radio
    repetidor masculine
    • Antenna booster for areas with weak signals are another good choice.
    • They offer expensive hi-tech gadgets as free gifts in return for spending £20 or similar on a low-value product such as a mobile telephone signal booster.
    • They have now agreed to pay for a TV-signal booster to improve reception.
    • A booster circuit uses a source voltage to generate a boosted voltage that is higher than the source voltage.
    • We'll be looking at repeaters and signal boosters as ways to keep signal strength high and excessive protocol chatter low.
    • They both protrude about the same distance from the side of your notebook, but at first I thought that the phone card didn't have a connector for a booster antenna.
    • He is also calling for planning permission to be required for all but the tiniest signal boosters and public consultation be improved.
    • They are a signal booster that allows you to duplicate tapes with minimal loss of quality.
    • Among the items stolen was a green Ford Escort 1.8, a battery charger, a battery booster, a Toshiba laptop computer and two children's motorbikes.
    • It can be easily increased with a long antenna and a booster or car unit (for additional dollars).
    • Even if gaming boosters are still ahead of the curve in the United States, interactive gaming on television is already a huge success - in Europe.
    • Antenna boosters help to strengthen the signal between a cell tower and your phone.
    • Within each subsector, the capacity booster dynamically selects the best lobe to handle a call.
    • The crime he committed has nothing to do with having an antenna booster, but that doesn't stop the reporter from talking about WiFi networks.
    • The 43-year-old civil servant has lost alarm clocks, television boosters, a microwave and a stereo.
  • 2

    Motor Vehicles
    booster masculine
  • 3also booster shot

    Medicine
    vacuna de refuerzo feminine
    refuerzo masculine
    vacuna de recuerdo feminine Spain
    • Firstly, the patient should be asked whether they have received a full course of tetanus vaccine and when they last received a booster injection.
    • Delaying vaccination until 15 months of age or adding a booster vaccination might solve this problem.
    • Dr. Robbins said that efforts to increase the efficacy of the vaccines will include studies on the effectiveness of a booster dose of the vaccine given one year later.
    • Young children who have not received all five doses of the vaccine may require a booster dose if exposed to an infected family member.
    • I had a booster vaccination last year, needed every ten years.
  • 4also booster rocket

    Aerospace
    cohete (propulsor) masculine
    • The air vehicle's engines are started and it is launched from the container by a booster rocket.
    • The ground crews will also be monitoring the performance of the orbiter, solid rocket boosters and ground system while the tank is filled with the ultra-cold liquids.
    • The long, relatively thin rockets flanking the Space Shuttle are solid rocket boosters.
    • The two booster rockets flanking the space shuttle's liquid-fuel engine run on solid propellant.
    • Rockets that use solid propellants, such as the space shuttle's solid rocket boosters, arrive with the propellant already stored inside them in a puttylike form.
    • However, the booster rocket that launched it also reached orbit, and this was easily visible from the Earth.
    • The camera will be turned on fifteen minutes prior to launch and will show the orbiter and solid rocket boosters on the launch pad.
    • The launch was delayed again because of a booster rocket problem.
    • ‘When the rocket boosters launch, you're in for the ride of your life,’ Walheim said.
    • On the view screen the main booster separated from the rocket and the image began to fade.
    • The two solid rocket boosters separate from the shuttle about two minutes after launch, after which the main engines take over completely.
    • The loss of another shuttle, Challenger, in 1986, along with another seven astronauts, was eventually officially attributed to a leaky booster rocket.
    • In the first scenario, personal spaceflight will use lower-cost versions of classic boosters and spacecraft.
    • It should be capable of saving the passengers even if the booster rocket launching it fails.
    • The collective impact of such mythologies has been horrifying; the same booster that launched Sputnik is still the one most used.
    • The rockets are called the shuttle's solid rocket boosters because they contain solid, as opposed to liquid, propellant.
    • The most reliable rockets thus far designed have been the Apollo Saturn lunar boosters and the space shuttles.
    • It was designed to be fired from a short mobile launcher by means of two solid-fueled rocket boosters.
    • The proposed system is supposed to intercept intercontinental ballistic missiles minutes after launch, while their rocket boosters are still burning.
    • The inability of both companies to launch rocket boosters on time certainly does not bode well.