Translation of fin in Spanish:

fin

aleta, n.

Pronunciation: /fɪn//fɪn/

noun

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    Aerospace Technology Zoology Sport aleta feminine
    Motor Vehicles alerón masculine
    • A drill to develop this body position involves swimming with fins and a snorkel.
    • The vessel is fitted with two pairs of active stabilising fins and twin rudders and has bow and stern thrusters.
    • You can see in the photos it's got a little tail fin.
    • To maximize your feel for this drill when first trying it, try wearing fins, which will also allow you to better maintain your balance while trying the drill.
    • It's important, too, to allow for flexibility within a workout, be it with fins, paddles or buoys.
    • The center fin was a fixed surface, extending vertically above the stabilizer at the center line of the airplane.
    • When the pilot applied the brakes, the plane went forward on to its nose and turned upside down, causing serious damage to the aircraft nose and fin.
    • Typically, moveable flaps on fins serve as airfoils.
    • Aerodynamic fins located on the aft bay of the strap-ons also provided for flight control.
    • You take a look around the pool and are surprised to see that a number of swimmers are using fins, especially on kick sets.
    • The ancient bone shares features with primitive fish fins, but also has characteristics of a true limb bone.
    • We wear fins and masks, and we also wear pink caps so we can be visualized by one another and not lose anyone.
    • Finally, wear fins on some of your swimming sets.
    • Framing the rear of the station are the blue internal heat radiator fins.
    • It was at that time that another depth charge exploded close to the aft starboard fin.
    • There are a total of six heat pipes running from the base to the aluminum fins.
    • Could there ever be a situation where it would be to the advantage of a swimming vertebrate to have such fragile fins?
    • Two downward sweeping stabilizing fins sat near the engines, adding to the triangular appearance of the ship.
    • The next steps involve the whole stroke, removing the fins, underwater kicking to stroke start and finally the block start.
    • On the way back, I spotted a fin breaking the surface.
    • In a normal heatsink, all the fins most be located close to the heat source (the CPU) to maximise dissipation.
    • ‘For sprint emphasis, we'll use short fins to simulate a more realistic natural kick,’ he says.
    • Because of copper's heat retaining properties, thin fins are the way to go, coupled with an adequate fan.
    • But when you wear fins, your kick improves enough to make kicking worth the effort and you end up using use your legs more.
    • Some fishes seek to compensate at low swimming speeds by extending their fins to increase area and hence the trimming force.
    • They machined down the original fins of the power supply's heat sinks to create flat areas for attaching waterblocks.
    • You'll just need a pair of training fins (also known as flippers) to wear on your feet.
    • Looking closely at the fins you'll see that Hush's attention to detail is admirable, with each fin ridged for ultimate heat exchange.
    • All swimmers would like to have fins instead of feet.
    • It has dark patches along its sides and back, but perhaps its most telling feature is the long spines that protrude from all over its body, excluding the fins and face.
    • The top and bottom of the Cool Drive have fins for heat dissipation.
    • Powerful fins propel the streamlined fish toward meals of smaller fish and squid - and away from hungry sharks.
    • It literally sandblasts the car every time it goes on track and gradually erodes all the surfaces and the cooling fins on the radiators.
    • Allowing a swimmer to use a fin would send a message that his impairment is a disability and not just a characteristic of who he is as a person.
    • Sandia's Mike Rightley said he has developed tiny liquid-filled pipes that shift heat to the edge of the computer where air fins or a tiny fan can disperse it into the air.
    • Next, he explored a different aesthetic with less prominent fins, visible rocket thrusters, and less visible similarity to marine life.
    • When overcrowding occurred in the water, some of these fish, using their fins as rudimentary feet, took to the land and changed from gill breathing to lung breathing.
    • Its central element is the single-frame radiator grille, the outer chrome ring of which surrounds the painted grey fins of the grille with horizontal chrome strips.
    • Researchers say the fish shows how fins on freshwater species first began transforming into limbs some 380 million years ago.
    • Now, the children are ready to try it on their own, using fins.
    • Hornsharks are named for the sharp spines located in front of their dorsal fins.
    • Not a true eel, it has long pelvic fins, which help it find food.
    • The only obvious changes to the airframe are the new canopy and the taller fin extended back over the rudder.
    • The fins conduct heat from the tubes and then transfer it to the air flowing through the radiator.
    • Once fully developed, they are released from the female and must attach to the gills or fins of a fish host within a few days or they will die.
    • The ship has two shafts with controllable pitch propellers, two rudders and a pair of active stabilising fins.
    • The serrated fins actually increase the surface area to allow for more heat dissipation.
    • Training equipment such as kickboards, pull buoys, and fins help all swimmers to isolate or emphasize certain movements.
    • There it is to undergo refurbishments, including repairs to a stabiliser fin damaged in transit.
    • He noticed that the gun fire had damaged what looked like a stabilization fin.
    • They offer everything from diving equipment and lessons, to snorkeling gear and swim fins for an enjoyable underwater experience merely feet from your room.
    • The control surfaces and the four fins open into position as the missile leaves the tube.
    • The fins and horizontal tail consoles are attached to tail beams.
    • The copper strip is folded into corrugated fins and cut with louvers, or turbulizers, to increase heat-dissipation capacity.
    • This is another idea that in theory should help increase thermal conduction between the base and the fins, since they are all one piece.
    • Simply described, the fins improve directional stability by channeling and smoothing the airflow around the tailcone.
    • As you can see, they pack the copper fins pretty tight, allowing for pretty good heat dissipation, rated for 938.89 BTU per hour.
    • You realize that swimming without fins has become unbearable.
    • The centrifugal force of the roll causes the fins to unfold for aerodynamic stability in flight.
    • Actually, it's round and the idea behind it is that heat gets dissapated to the outer fins, where it gets cooled.
    • Using fins for drills and some kicking sometimes helps these swimmers.
    • While the fins help dissipate the heat, you may be wondering where the fan is.
    • He then uses this to explain why there are no post-anal fins in fish: the tail is itself an appendage.
    • It relies on radiation and passive convection from the heatsink fins that surround it, to dissipate heat.
    • Using its fins to balance, this fish is almost perfectly camouflaged against the background.
    • I do a fair bit of technique work with fins and those sorts of things just to improve my stroke and I think it has come on a bit over the last year
    • Years later when the definitive fin / rudder was retrofitted to this aircraft, these fairings remained unchanged.
    • We recommend that beginners and all children 8 and under use short fins to perform this stroke.
    • Six spring-loaded fins are attached to the rear of the rocket motor.
    • When hunting, they crawl on their outspread pectoral fins and sift through the sand.
    • A double-stepped bottom reduces the wetted surface area while above the water a fin at the rear stabilises the boat against cross-winds.
    • Then we saw the triangular fin of what appeared to be a shark.
    • Attached to the end of the barrel are stationary fins that provide stability during flight.
    • Concrete structural fins act as shading devices on the north-south axis.
    • It's a smooth skinned fish which can fold its small fins tight to the body, then, with its big sickle shaped tail, it can power itself through the water at some forty miles an hour.
    • In essence, only the paired fins and the tail fin remain.
    • Finally, several authors have suggested that a fin closing against the body may result in thrust due to the acceleration of a jet of fluid behind the fish.
    • On the building exterior, shading devices such as roof overhangs and fins or louvers above windows reduce glare.
    • Do this exercise with and without fins, with and without a kick board, on your back, side, and stomach.
    • A male frogfish courts a mature female by spreading all of his fins, jerking his body, and nibbling her as she swaggers across the ocean floor.