Translation of gadget in Spanish:


aparato, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɡædʒət//ˈɡadʒɪt/



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    aparato masculine
    artilugio masculine
    chisme masculine Spain informal
    • It may be disused fitness equipment, untouched kitchen gadgets or scores of unwanted CDs and books.
    • It seems that robots are being received as gadgets, rather than as machines that could transform the way we live our lives.
    • Suppliers want in to introduce garden tools, furniture and gadgets to the biggest possible market.
    • But if policy is not your thing, there will be plenty of gadgets and gizmos on display too.
    • The hysteria has sponsored a vast range of gimmicks and gadgets designed to exploit eager demand.
    • Today, our lives are filled with all manner of gadgets, gizmos and convenience goods.
    • If you take on smaller clients you might even get board games, household gadgets and perpetual motion machines.
    • Now people have matching furniture, and kitchen gadgets, and pictures on the walls.
    • The mechanical gadget is operated by a spring which has to be cranked using a key.
    • In the society's little kitchen, visitors can see another set of gadgets.
    • Whenever he is buying a gadget or an appliance, he thinks his life would get a little better thereafter.
    • She likes the kitchen gadgets, haberdashery and garden furniture departments.
    • I recall all sorts of cooking gadgets that went in and out of the kitchen over the years.
    • This is a nation full of tech-savvy people who are crazy for all the latest gadgets and gizmos.
    • He asked lots of questions and by the end of the week he had all the gadgets he could possibly need in his kitchen.
    • If you like gizmos, there is no limit to the gadgets you can buy, but your rucksack will be extremely heavy.
    • You have a variety of weapons and gadgets to choose from, and a variety of ways to use them.
    • As technology develops it gets harder and harder to work out what has changed when a new gadget or widget goes on sale.
    • Americans also have a strong technological bias, and are a people of tools and gadgets, so to speak.
    • The gadget helped earn the young inventor a first class honours degree from Brunel University.