Translation of elevator in Spanish:

elevator

ascensor, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈɛlɪveɪtə//ˈɛləˌveɪdər/

noun

  • 1

    • When grain elevators were closed, it meant having to drive further to deliver grain, which increased fuel costs.
    • There were oil derricks and natural gas pipelines, grain elevators six stories high.
    • Within a mile of the site there are grain elevators, warehouses, and other old industrial buildings, which influenced the character of the design of this addition.
    • Occasionally, unit grain trains are run from the grain elevators in Blackfoot and Idaho Falls, but you would have to find the right time to catch them.
    • Your item and subsequent letter on old concrete grain elevators was somewhat incomplete.
    • The elevator was used to store grain which came to Montréal by rail and departed by sea.
    • Farming groups now worry about delays in getting crops to market, meaning more business for grain elevators and other storage sites.
    • He praised Portnet for allowing them to store the woodchips on the quayside after attempts to keep them in the grain elevator had failed.
    • The number of grain elevators peaked in the early 1930s and the rapid decline occurs to this day as modern facilities replace and consolidate the locations.
    • There is certified non-biotech grain in storage bins at many elevators, available at a premium, but few processors are knocking at the door right now.
    • A survey by Aventis of 107 of 260 grain elevators that received the corn this year found that about half were forwarding on the corn for unapproved human uses.
    • This scenery gives way to industrial buildings and giant grain elevators.
    • This has raised productivity at the port and especially the grain elevator which had experienced a slump in the last two financial years.
    • Be ready to point out the similarity between a wind tower and existing communications towers, or even grain elevators and silos, he said.
    • The company also tore down an elevator to build its new fertilizer plant.
    • Sky-high grain elevators line the banks of the Buffalo River, guarding its southern flank.
    • The flight data recorder indicated that the flight crew performed a control check of the elevators.
    • On a normal, two-piece tail, rock the stabilizer to see that it has no movement and push the elevator down so you have a clear view of the hinges.
    • Previous Fabric Classes covered two elevators and the other aileron for the 15th B - 17 that will once again grace the skies.
    • The latter would have made the bird too long to fit on an aircraft carrier's elevator.
    • Among the identical parts are the elevators, landing gear wheels, brakes, retracting mechanism and exhaust collector rings.
    • The tail unit was of the monoplane type and consisted of horizontal stabilizer, elevator, vertical fin and rudder.
    • This is a good thing because as the wing root area stalls, it generates turbulent air that flows over the elevator and around the fuselage.
    • The ailerons are a much simpler control than the elevator.
    • The elevator and rudders were each fitted with a trim tab actuated by a revolving drum on an acme-threaded push-pull rod.
    • Spring tabs were added to the elevators and rudders to help control forces during high speed flight.
    • The airplane is designed so that the crew can counter a fully deflected stabilizer by using the elevator.
    • The puppets and sequences rely on a system built on servos motors of the kind used in radio-controlled aircraft to position control surfaces like the elevators and rudders.
    • All control linkage, including that for the elevator and rudder trims, was internal.
    • The right stabilizer, elevator, vertical fin and rudder, which were aligned with the path of the flames, were gone.
    • The horizontal tail was a single-unit stabilator rather than a conventional stabilizer plus a movable elevator.
    • The B - 17G horizontal tail was located three feet farther aft, bringing elevators in line with the rudder.
    • And if you look in his left hand you will see a little lever and that controls the forward elevator which controls the aeroplane in climb and descent.
    • Firing the various thrusters in brief bursts, Brett slowed the rotating motion of the elevator around its axis.
    • Eva Air landed in Los Angeles in one piece, with rudder, elevator, fuselage, trim tabs and ailerons intact.
    • 1.1(US) (for passengers)

      ascensor masculine
      elevador masculine Mexico
      to take the elevator tomar el elevador
      • Just press the elevator button and get up to the penthouse.
      • She pushed past him into the elevator, and pressed the button for level twelve.
      • As I reached up to press the elevator button, I winced at the crackling pain shooting down from my shoulder along my arm.
      • I headed on ahead of Kyle and stopped at the elevators, pressing a button.
      • In a society where phones are on our belts, in our elevators and in our cars, phones have become a medium that artists cannot ignore.
      • Request a quiet room - one away from the elevators and ice machine - with plenty of light.
      • Without thinking he ran into the room and grabbed it, flew towards the elevator and pressed for the ground floor.
      • I find pleasure in the simpler things in life, like home made out of order signs placed on coke machines, elevators, water coolers etc.
      • Blue and orange carpeting, Nescafe machines near the elevators - the kind of offices you see in interior design magazines.
      • Up at the elevator, he scooped her up into his arms, and walked across the threshold into the room, the honeymoon suite.
      • This core houses an escalator to the subway, elevators, storage, cashier booths, toilets, and fitting rooms.
      • Stepping into a waiting elevator and pressing the button for the third floor, he prepared himself to make his pitch.
      • I followed Brandon to an elevator and he pressed the button for the 10th floor.
      • He led her to the elevator, where he pressed for the top floor then keyed in the security code.
      • Once inside the elevator, Nick pressed the level 7 button that would take them to the buffet room.
      • More and more people began filling in the elevator, pressing April towards the back corner.
      • We rode up the elevator, and I pressed in all of the buttons, just so I could spend more time with Ryan.
      • It even involved him attaching it to the levers and pulleys which lifted the elevator.
      • As they passed the elevators, he pressed a button.
      • I walk down the hall to the bank of elevators, and press the up arrow.

    • 1.2(for goods)

      elevador masculine
      montacargas masculine
      • The grain elevators located along the tracks unload 110 train carloads at a time, or a little over 20 million pounds of corn.
      • This was put to use every autumn to power the large and venerable threshing machine, with its elevator and shaking, riddling sieves.
      • The only visible parts of the underground area were the ten elevators for the machines.

  • 2

    (granary)
    elevador de granos masculine
  • 3

    Aviation
    timón de profundidad masculine