Translation of breath test in Spanish:

breath test

prueba del alcohol, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbrɛθ ˌtɛst///


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    prueba del alcohol feminine
    prueba de la alcoholemia feminine
    alcohotest masculine
    • One of the officers then formed the opinion that he had been drinking and requested him to provide a specimen for a breath test.
    • Police believe he became involved in an argument with a motorist he tried to give a breath-test.
    • Anyone who fails the test is arrested and is required to perform an evidential breath test at a police station.
    • So perhaps there needs to be a system of judging, similar to a breath test…
    • The cut-off value for the breath test was set at five parts per 1000.
    • That is the context in the present case: a policeman reporting to another policeman about the results of a breath test.
    • For control drivers we obtained contact details and results of a breath test for alcohol at the roadside recruitment sites.
    • The idea that that a PC might transmit on his radio whilst his partner was administering the breath test was frowned upon.
    • The Constable stated that he saw the man get out of the vehicle and provide a positive breath test.
    • A request was then made by an officer, pursuant to section 2, for a breath test.
    • Authorities said a breath test administered at a police station showed a blood-alcohol reading of .08 percent.
    • It was the police who put the car keys in the hands of a man registering a .21 on a breath test.
    • The police did contact the solicitor at the first opportunity after the breath test was completed.
    • The breath test became the accepted method for establishing the blood-alcohol level of suspected drunk drivers.
    • At the roadside the respondent was asked to provide a specimen of breath for a breath test.
    • In those circumstances the request for a breath test was valid and the appellant was properly arrested.
    • But when they caught me for speeding, they automatically gave me a breath test.
    • She failed a roadside breath test and agreed to go to the police station for a second test.
    • The House held that failure to comply with the instructions in relation to a roadside breath test did not invalidate the test.

transitive verb

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    hacerle la prueba de alcoholemia a
    hacerle la prueba del alcohol a
    hacerle el alcohotest a
    • The police failed to either breath-test him or arrange for a blood test.
    • The current approach of wanting to breath test every driver once a year may have to be reviewed.
    • Does that mean cops don't need to breath test anyone anymore?
    • I can always get you breath-tested in the morning.
    • He also said the NSC welcomed new laws that would make it easier for gardaí to stop and breath-test drivers.