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1(subject)electrónica feminine(industry) (before noun) electrónico(manufacturer) de productos electrónicos
- Everything about the car is as it would be if it were still competing aside from a lack of engine or electronics.
- The main theme of the article was that integrated circuits would lead to cheaper electronics.
- It is easy to misuse the engine, but we have an efficient electronics system to help this.
- Even undernourished populations often gain access to consumer electronics these days.
- Negative feedback is a ubiquitous principle in engineering and electronics.
- There may be a move away from electronics to photonics, a merging of the two, as well as links to carbon-based systems.
- The list of companies in the Irish Republic reads like a who's who in global electronics.
- Some 270,000 more engineers will be required for the electronics sector by 2009.
- Ireland's market concentration for the electronics industry is greater than anywhere else in the world.
- This business venture is certain to raise eyebrows in the electronics industry.
- Michael John Smith led an unremarkable life as an electronics engineer.
- It left a big dent near some sensitive electronics at the base of the left solid rocket booster.
- Weighed against this are reduced scrubber efficiency and the prospect of electronics not behaving in the cold.
- Turn off or disconnect appliances or electronics you were using when the power went out.
- The actual chair is in the corner and we've replaced the chair with a computer and a set of electronics and sensors.
- Three electronics engineers were hired when the assembly line was purchased.
- Products sold range from electronics to machinery and engineering equipment, chemicals and whisky.
- This has seen a large number of electronics and components firms come into the UK from abroad.
- Many of these vacancies are in the electronics sector, which has thrived in the climate of consensus and partnership.
- It's like all those robots you see on sci-fi programmes where the insides have electronics and wires.
- The section is now so huge that it needs to be split into five big electronics divisions.
- It connects with engine electronics and beeps when the driver brakes hard, takes a corner fast or accelerates quickly.
- I am an electronics engineer and it occurs to me there may be an explanation for the problems which they described.
- There were very few who had not heard of him, or his business in mechanics and electronics.
- It could be used to make artificial nerves, rubbery needles or wearable electronics.
- What happens when someone in the electronics lab comes up with a design for a new engine?
- As a semiconductor for electronics, silicon has always been a compromise between cost and ability.
- Indonesian workers are not yet familiar with computers and electronics.
- He went into electronics engineering at university, but lost interest quickly.
- The electronics sector is shedding jobs, and life sciences is set to become the bigger employer in the near future.
- He sees genetic and protein engineering taking over from electronics.
- Users can conduct parametric searches and searches for similar parts to aid them in the design of electronics products.
- In the run up to Christmas, the company stockpiled toys and electronics - so that it could meet demand.
- All the electronics in the video camera froze so film was the only technology that worked.
- James achieved A grades in maths, further maths, physics, chemistry and electronics.
- After a successful career as an electronics engineer Ian now lives by his wits.
- Ever since its earliest days, the electronics industry has been on a rollercoaster responds to market demands.
- Even when it is manufacturable, there is still packaging work needed for the back-end electronics.
- I really liked all the gadgets and electronics, such as the TV screen, and it looks like it is well built.
- Surely in this age of digital electronics we can improve this situation somewhat.
2(circuitry)sistema electrónico masculine
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