Translation of bracket in Spanish:

bracket

corchete, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbrakɪt//ˈbrækɪt/

noun

  • 1

    • 1.1Printing

      corchete masculine
      to open/close brackets abrir/cerrar corchetes
      • in brackets entre corchetes
      • curly brackets corchetes redondos
      • Suddenly, nicely rounded figures like e19,000 were appearing in the price columns, with the figure in punts in brackets adjoining.
      • For a literal translation of the Ahadith, the words within brackets should be omitted.
      • For each of the top poets, the number of votes obtained is given in brackets after his or her place number.
      • The figures in brackets are arrived at classifying the most common Italian openings into these three groups.
      • The words in brackets, ‘ignoring the possibility of an appeal out of time with permission’, point to such an application being different in kind.
      • The words in brackets indicate the opinion presented by the computer in Versions 2 & 4.
      • The numbers according to the older 64-section scheme are given in brackets though not used.
      • Total available marks are given in brackets, followed by the marks actually awarded.
      • The figures in brackets are the maximum to which the ship can be upgraded.
      • In this and subsequent figures, brackets identify major groups of seed plants.
      • How refreshing it is to see that most of the adverts for farmland are given in acres often with the hectarage given in brackets.
      • Some of the dates listed are separated by brackets and are a good illustration of the various contradictory claims made by members of the Abashiri group.
      • The third column contains pitch pairs in brackets.
      • The numbers in brackets are the marks that were written in the margins of the Gersaint catalog.
      • In the following summary a coupling ratio of 4 has been used with the figures in brackets corresponding to a coupling ratio of 4.7.
      • If members look at the clause, they will see that it has the word ‘New’ written there, then, in brackets, the word ‘unanimous’.
      • If we take the words in brackets which are not contested, that leaves really two points in the section.
      • So is it possible to get real outcomes when we're talking about so many people, so many words, so many brackets around sentences and the like?
      • The figures in brackets identify the UK's ten biggest mortgage lenders.
      • One of the fibers that compose the TDT is marked with a bracket.

    • 1.2British (parenthesis)

      paréntesis masculine
      to add sth in brackets agregar algo entre paréntesis

  • 2

    (category)
    income bracket nivel de ingresos masculine
    • the best car in this price bracket el mejor coche dentro de esta gama de precios
    • his work is difficult to put in any particular bracket su obra es difícil de catalogar
    • the 25-30 age bracket el grupo etario de entre 25 y 30 años
  • 3

    (support)
    soporte masculine
    (for shelves) escuadra feminine
    • Use wall mounted baskets attached to shelf brackets for an attractive shelf that can hold bathroom supplies or home office paperwork.
    • On the center lamp the decorative arm brackets are modeled on both sides.
    • Two unlit torches were attached to brackets in the wall either side of the sacred flame.
    • A bracket on the wall beside a window, still with its adjustment screw, remains of where Gregory's telescope was set up.
    • The C&O used portable dual Mars lights on the forward end of its RDC's, hanging them on a bracket attached to the door and powered via an extension cord.
    • This corridor was lit only be well-spaced torches burning in brackets on the walls, rather than the ornate oil lamps that hung from the ceilings of the more public parts of the palace.
    • An adhesive strip on the back wall attaches the bracket to the support surface.
    • The seven companions were left in silence - the only light stuttering from oily torches in brackets along the walls, as there were no windows.
    • He himself had tiny concerns about the accuracy of his numbers and the possibility that the weight and limited angular freedom of the supporting brackets would somehow cause a problem.
    • One of York's free-standing gas lamps in the small road off Lawrence Street was to be replaced with an up-to-date electric mercury discharge lamp attached to a wall bracket.
    • Check the deal you are offered, as wall mounting brackets can add several hundred euro to an attractive price.
    • The combination of features were that you have a wall bracket which is U-shaped, it screws directly onto a wall, and then there is a support bracket, also U-shaped, which folds down.
    • We are reviewing all the brackets which support the lights to assess whether they are acceptable.
    • There was a firepit for warmth in Winter, and brackets on the white-painted walls which held oil lamps.
    • It is ornately Victorian in design and comes with a pair of brackets so that it can be attached to a wall.
    • She had even taken the precaution of chaining the baskets to brackets on the outside wall of her house, but the thieves still managed to take them.
    • The store would be one of only a handful across the country selling shelves, brackets and other DIY items throughout the night.
    • Even failure to fix a loose slate, or remove a wall bracket for hanging flowers could land a homeowner behind bars, according to official warnings sent to householders in Co Meath.
    • At the top of the stairwell were two great wooden doors, possibly with some sort of carving on them, though it was hard to see in the dim half-light cast by the torches, which hung in brackets along the walls.
    • Aside from these there were some miscellaneous mounting brackets / supports, thermal compound, and some screws.

transitive verb

  • 1

    (word/phrase) poner entre corchetes
    (word/phrase) (in parentheses) poner entre paréntesis British
  • 2

    (categorize)
    catalogar
    she has been bracketed as a romantic se la ha catalogado de romántica
    • you can't bracket these two cases together no se puede equiparar estos dos casos
    • The spread of negligence liability would not have to result in the broadening of the traditional category of mens rea, and would not mean that intention, recklessness, and negligence would henceforth be bracketed together.
    • This prize was jointly awarded to Maclaurin, Euler and Daniel Bernoulli, bracketing Maclaurin with the top two mathematicians of his day.
    • Portugal cannot simply be bracketed alongside the two other sides that the Africans will play in Germany.
    • If the company is unwilling to raise prices, it needs to be clearer about why it should be bracketed alongside other premium brands in consumers' eyes.
    • How about being widely bracketed in doubles betting with all the other leading candidates in next Saturday's Cox Plate and the Melbourne Cup?
    • Bizarre to record, after all that ‘plunder’ talk he seems to think that ‘promised foreign investment’ is a good thing, to be bracketed with peace and all.
    • They argued that voluntary clubs, like charities, should not be bracketed alongside profit-making businesses when it comes to rates valuations.
    • I don't think he, a respectable Conservative chairman of a Parish Council, was too pleased at being bracketed with a Stalinist!
    • Terse, spare, laconic, elliptic; at its sharpest it is comparable with Hemingway's, a writer with whom Hammett is often bracketed.
    • He was the subject of hagiographies in many languages, and was often bracketed along with Bismarck, Gladstone and Salisbury in the pantheon of world statesmen.
    • But while he is respectful of his former Leicester teammates, he hated being bracketed as an ‘impact player’.
    • York has its own special identity and should not be bracketed with Leeds, the city's Labour MP Hugh Bayley has told the Yorkshire and Humber Assembly.
    • They can be bracketed with Canada, the only side Scotland have beaten in 14 friendlies under Vogts.
    • ‘He's just come out of the juniors and already he is being bracketed in the same league as Muhammad Ali,’ he said.
    • Quite soon the word will be hitting the Rough Guides, the late departures, the online travel sites and eventually we'll be bracketed up there with Scandinavia as a really expensive destination.
    • Burger's presence on the drive and his allround work-rate will also be crucial to the Boks as they go out to prove they deserve to be bracketed with their great southern rivals in the top two of world rugby two years out from the next World Cup.
    • Pray, what has the BJP done in domestic or foreign policy to not be bracketed in the same league as its political opponents?
    • He should be bracketed with dictators as Hitler and Stalin for crimes against humanity.
    • So much has the Nazi period become the incarnation of evil that even suggesting that other absolutisms, including extreme racist nationalisms, can be bracketed with it seems to diminish the horror of the Third Reich.
    • Previous studies had suggested that people automatically bracket one another in terms of race, sex and age.