Translation of egress in Spanish:

egress

salida, n.

Pronunciation /ˈiːɡrɛs//ˈiˌɡrɛs/

noun

  • 1formal

    (way out)
    salida feminine
    • Not stopping for pleasantries, he scooped her up in his normal arm and accelerated down the hallway to a point where he had mentally mapped a route to to an egress.
    • Special care is being taken to ensure reserved seating remains available only to those who booked or bought such tickets and new gates installed at the Grand Stand are being depended upon to help increase control of access and egress.
    • ‘We would stress the importance of gritting all A and B roads to facilitate the smooth and safe access and egress for the emergency services,’ he said.
    • If properly designed for sufficient illumination during emergency egress, no problem should occur with hallway usage during the response call.
    • A system of tokens will facilitate free facilities and there will be pedestrian access and egress at all times as at present.
    • The control of a door for emergency egress cannot be impeded by the access control system.
    • People can be arrested and charges can be laid in relation to the sort of activity where property is damaged, where people are injured or where lawful access and egress to a particular place is inhibited.
    • Also it is usually necessary to have airlocks and space suits for astronaut egresses.
    • For the east wall, adjacent to the Metro structures, concrete slabs and buttresses were integrated into the stairwells required for emergency egress from the below-ground exhibit hall.
    • Access and egress for rear passengers is considerably easier because of the five-door layout - the car can easily carry four adults (or two adults and three children) and a boot full of luggage.
    • You can restrict access without impacting egress.
    • Prefabricated stainless steel perforated panels cover an elliptical freestanding staircase in the northwest quadrant of the building for emergency egress.
    • The agency is also considering a number of options to improve access and egress from Malton on to the town's A64 bypass.
    • This would not enable the visitor to be reasonably safe, because he has no option but to use the bridge for access and egress.
    • Differences between applications, such as frequency of use or degree of access or egress required, are not taken into consideration.
    • There are cobbled access roads to allow resident access and egress.
    • As it turned out, the station is well north of its namesake thoroughfare, and its access and egress is via a pedestrian bridge that leads to and from the western side of the tracks.
    • Security systems are designed to prevent access, block egress and trigger an alarm if an attempt is made to breach the area.
    • To allow for easy ingress and egress, the passenger side has standard doors while the driver's side has a large electric sliding door.
    • Finally, they emerged in a lab, several squads of armed men in paramilitary uniforms looking around stupidly from where they were covering the air ducts, elevator, stairs, and all other egresses.
    • Instead of focusing motion detection only on entrances and egresses, such as doors and air ducts, it's most practical to simply flood the room with motion detection.
    • Doorways into the mind and the unknown are symbolized as arcane, bewildering entrances and egresses.
    • Their placements are carefully coordinated with the spacing required for emergency egress and building anchorage points.
    • Access or egress has to be made across public property - public boat ramp, highway right-of-way, etc. - or with the permission of the landowner.
    • The Pavilions are fully heated and built on hard core with easy access and egress.
  • 2

    Astronomy
    egresión feminine
    • To the chagrin of astronomers, the atmospheres of Earth and Venus conspired to make the exact timing of ingress and egress nearly impossible, often leaving an uncertainty of nearly half a minute.
    • ‘They saw evidence of an atmosphere at ingress, at - 80 degrees latitude, but none at egress, which was up near the equator,’ Spilker said.
    • Ingress and egress are the terms usually employed for the phases when Mercury or Venus are entering and leaving, respectively, the solar disk.
    • He recorded the times of ingress and egress, but his observations, made from the deck of a rolling ship, were practically useless.
    • Tomorrow night - or the day after egress, Mars Express will fly over Spirit's landing site at an altitude of about 186 miles or 300 kilometers.