In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1computadora feminine Latin Americacomputador masculine Latin Americaordenador masculine Spain(age/revolution/society) de la informática(game/program) de computadora Latin America(game/program) de computador Latin America(program/game) de ordenador Spain(animation/graphics) por computadora Latin America(animation/graphics) por computador Latin America(animation/graphics) por ordenador Spainall the data is on computer — todos los datos están computarizados / computerizados
- to put sth on computer — informatizar algo
- she works in computers — trabaja en informática / computación
- computer fraud — fraude informático
- computer pornography — pornografía informática / por Internet
- computer printout — impresión de salida
- computer room — sala de computadoras (or de ordenadores etc.)
- computer skills — conocimientos de informática / de computación
- computer typesetting — composición por computadora (or por ordenador etc.)
- computer user — usuaria de computadora (or de ordenador etc.)
- Participants scan the barcodes of every product they buy using a hand-held computer at home.
- The group built the largest quantum computer ever, capable of factoring the number 15.
- The three desktop computers are connected to each other using Ethernet with a hub.
- Such games hint at how best to program a quantum computer.
- Perhaps the most compelling reason to buy a desktop computer is to get your choice of flat-panel displays.
- I waited until a powerful laptop computer was under $1000 before buying it.
- But speed barriers, even in today's fast computers, are already an issue.
- The four-page tabloids, little more than newsletters, materialized mainly because the editor used his personal computer at home.
- Today's computers process data in the form of voltages representing 1s and 0s.
- The worm attempts to copy itself to the Windows folder on networked computers with open shared drives.
- The laws were designed to prosecute people who hack into computers and steal information.
- I'd like to be able to access email remotely from the new notebook computer.
- Early in his career, he pushed for the Smithsonian to purchase its first mainframe computer.
- Since then, the craft appears to have rebooted its own on-board computer more than 60 times.
- Patients will receive information through their computers on how to manage their disease.
- The use of hand-held computers varies widely in clinical practice.
- Clearly, not too many can afford to buy their own personal computers.
- However, integrated graphics are the mainstay of today's office computers.
- The missile was equipped with an autonomous inertial command structure and an on-board digital computer.
- The updated carriages also sport power sockets for notebook computers and other devices.
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