There are 3 main translations of hatch in Spanish

: hatch1hatch2hatch3

hatch1

trampilla, n.

Pronunciation /hætʃ//hatʃ/

noun

  • 1

    (opening, cover)
    trampilla feminine
    Aviation Nautical escotilla feminine
    • Ayumi got up and went to an airplane door and opened the hatch.
    • Hatch thrusters propel the hatch on the shuttle away from the main shuttle body.
    • He tried to block the view of the hatch on the floor.
    • I went up a floor but again the hatch wouldn't swing open.
    • ‘Look,’ Marc declared, pointing to another service hatch on the ceiling of the tunnel.
    • We came to a stop in a position that put our shuttle's passengers compartment outer hatch ten feet away from their airlock.
    • He unscrewed the bolts that secured an access hatch to the wall and keyed something into a control panel adjacent to it.
    • John and Suzanne, after putting on and preparing their equipment, opened the hatch on the floor and were soon out of sight.
    • Jimmy pulled up the hatch built onto the floor of the hover vehicle and reached inside the small confines to reveal a duffel bag.
    • Fights broke out and people clawed and scratched their way to the ladders leading up to the hatch.
    • Put your head through the roof hatch and look for broken slates.
    • First Lt. Bill Bower, ready to bail out, paused at one of the bomber's hatches and peered into the darkening sky below for some sign that his crew got out of the aircraft safely.
    • ET, but immediately after Fincke stepped outside the hatch to the airlock, ground control detected the problem.
    • Blaine got up and strode toward the opening hatch on the back of the enormous plane.
    • The whole wall continued turning until it was backwards, and instead of a wall and fireplace, there was a ladder, leading up to a hatch in the roof.
    • She is hastily fastened back into her clothes and bundled out through the roof hatch until the coast is clear.
    • Several DSHI guards had their guns pointed down at the hatch in the floor, as it waiting for Thomas to emerge.
    • And as the forward escape hatch was also destroyed, the LR5's only hope of gaining access to the submarine now is through the aft hatch.
    • We could distinctly make out the anchor winch, life raft holders and torpedo-loading hatch.
    • You then drop yourself into the commander's seat, close the hatch and manoeuvre backwards onto the left bucket seat taking care not to sit on the seat belts.
    • He pointed to a small, metal and winding staircase that led to the hatch of the roof.
    • The pilot and his passenger, who were both wearing lap and diagonal shoulder straps, escaped injury and were able to climb out of the aircraft through the normal hatches.
    • Water-tight hatches separate the forward compartment from the missile compartment.
    • Crew from the submarine hypothetically could put on diving suits, exit via a hatch and swim to the bell.
    • Emily leads the others down a short corridor until they come to an access hatch in the wall.
    • He compared it to the multimillion-dollar hatch on the shuttle.
    • With a hiss, the shuttle's main hatch folded down away from the hull, providing a debarkation ramp.
    • I hope that the Brits are able to mate up with the submarine and get the hatch open, find out really what is going on inside the submarine.
    • Sooff moved one of the tables, uncovering a metal hatch in the floor.
    • A hatch from the ceiling opened and two white astronaut suits came down.
    • Aeden hewed down the first row of men and was making for the second line when he saw Auric escape through a hatch in the floor and was being followed by another soldier.
    • The whole submarine was covered in greased leather, with a watertight hatch in the middle, a rudder and four oars.
    • One of the perks of Glenn's job is he gets one of the best views in Ballarat; through a tiny hatch on the roof he can get a quality perspective on the town.
    • At the top of the ladder, Roy pushed aside a hatch in the floor above, and pulled himself out of the small area, looking around as he did so.
    • Marina Wilks said access to Seymour Pub's ATM was gained through a hatch in the roof that led down into a closet that opened into the pub.
    • Opposition Man is standing just beside an open hatch on the tower roof, aiming a large and exotic looking gun directly at him.
    • Reese pulled the door up behind him, and made his way through the maze of boxes to the hatch providing access to the roof.
    • How bad will lunar dust foul hatches, equipment, and human lungs?
    • There was also an access hatch in the floor that would require the use of a fork lift truck to lift goods of any weight up into the second floor.
    • When the lower part of the hatch is down, a loading tray automatically extends to aid with cargo loading and unloading.
    • Joshua knew that there was a docking hatch on the floor with the captives, due to the blueprints he had looked at.
  • 2serving hatch

    pasaplatas masculine
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There are 3 main translations of hatch in Spanish

: hatch1hatch2hatch3

hatch2

salir del cascarón, v.

Pronunciation /hætʃ//hatʃ/

intransitive verb

  • 1

    (chick) salir del cascarón
    (chick) nacer
    have the eggs hatched yet? ¿han salido ya los polluelos (or las crías etc.) del cascarón?
    • In the first few days after the young hatch, the female broods the young almost continuously.
    • After the young hatch, she broods the owlets for about three weeks.
    • Both help incubate the 2-4 eggs for 4 weeks, and both help brood and feed once the young hatch.
    • Roughly a hundred of these snakes could fit inside of the giant egg that the single snake hatched from.
    • The turtles hatch and churn around in the nest for up to three days, drying out and straightening out their stomachs.
    • Once the chick hatches, both parents feed it for another four weeks.
    • In the first two weeks after the young hatch, the female stays on the nest to brood them, and the male brings food for the female and the owlets.
    • Just because the tops of many eggs were broken, does not necessarily mean the dinosaurs hatched.
    • When the young hatch, the female broods and the male hunts.
    • After the young hatch, the male alone brings food to the young and to the brooding mother.
    • In echidnas, the egg is carried in a pouch on the female's belly until the young hatches, at which point the barely-developed young must find a mammary gland and latch onto it for nourishment.
    • The male brings her food while she is on the nest and continues to bring food after the young hatch.
    • The male feeds the female on the nest and helps her brood the young when they first hatch.
    • Female gay birds will often nest together and lay eggs together - though, of course, no chicks will hatch.
    • Chicks have already hatched from the eggs, and will soon fly the nest - allowing the box to be returned to its original use.
    • Once the young hatch, both parents feed them by regurgitating food.
    • After the chick hatches, both parents participate in its feeding and care for 6-7 months until it fledges and starts to fly.
    • After the young hatch, the female broods for 1-2 weeks, and the male continues to provide all food.
    • Once the young hatch, the female continues to care for them, although they are able to feed themselves almost immediately.
    • Once the young hatch, the female broods for 8-10 days and the male bring food to both the female and the young.
    • For the first few weeks after the chick hatches, the parents take turns tending the chick and foraging, with foraging trips taking many days.

transitive verb

  • 1

    Zoology
    (egg) incubar
    (chick) empollar
  • 2derogatory

    (devise)
    (plot/scheme) tramar
    (plot/scheme) urdir
    • Did the two hatch the plot together, in secrecy, with the over eager Heffernan ready to cop the worst of it should their plan go belly up?
    • He is the third cabinet member to resign, purportedly over the scandal hatched by a provincial governor linking Estrada to illegal gambling.
    • With nothing to lose, he must have hatched an escape plan.
    • Time Warner initially denied the accusation but then came clean, saying the idea was hatched by a couple of low-level marketing people.
    • So together they hatch the plot of doing The War of the Worlds on radio, to wow the studios.
    • The pedestrianisation scheme has gone ahead even though it is difficult to find anyone outside the offices in which the plan has been hatched up who supports it.
    • He was discussing ways that he could make money and he foolishly got on to ways he could make money unlawfully and this plan was hatched.
    • In the week before the key meeting of the Council last November, a plan was hatched to call a second meeting for February 12 to review progress on decommissioning.
    • Despite a 100 mile distance, texting happened regularly and plans were hatched for meeting up and weekends spent together.
    • When McWilliams's two interests converged, the idea for American Eagle was hatched.
    • I submit that the Perrault brothers were the wits behind it, although in which one of their two brilliant minds it was hatched will likely never be known.
    • Then an elaborate plot was hatched to concoct the perfect assassination of the world leader.
    • When asked if the idea had been hatched when the market was more buoyant, a spokeswoman for the TV channel said that in fact it had taken only four months to get to screen.
    • He alleged that the duo had hatched a plan to carry out a robbery that night and they armed themselves with two fence posts taken from a nearby garden.
    • It was Morris who hatched the sleepwalking defense.
    • The inquest heard how a plan was hatched that the pair should both swim across the river, but Mr Holding had not been in the water long when he began shouting hysterically and stopped moving.
    • Let the person who hatched this idea stand up and take a bow.
    • He tells his brother what he has seen and together they hatch a plot to catch her.
    • They had been playing as part of his touring band when Bethel hatched a plan to put her own group together.
    • They are in cahoots together, hatching a plan to take Daniel down with the help of a young, top-notch karate champ.

There are 3 main translations of hatch in Spanish

: hatch1hatch2hatch3

hatch3

sombrear, v.

Pronunciation /hætʃ//hatʃ/

transitive verb

Art

  • 1

    (drawing/figure) (con trazos finos) sombrear
    • But my gratitude also extends to those drivers who reverse on to main roads, see hatched areas as special taxi lanes and who ask for the removal of the indicator lights upon purchase of their vehicle.
    • As I said, in the plan that is annexed to the first respondents' submissions, it is the shaded hatched area.
    • It would help considerably if the now almost worn out hatched area was repainted, or occasionally there was a policeman strategically standing there acting as a visual deterrent.
    • The style and extent of the resulting underdrawing can vary enormously, from a few sketchy lines to elaborate hatched drawings, complete in every detail.
    • It cited improvements to the road layout, including lane markings, hatched areas and clearer road signs as the reason.