In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(question)(suspect/criminal/spy) interrogar(suspect/criminal/spy) someter a un interrogatorio
2Computing Telecommunications(database/computer) interrogar a
- Every child could have embedded location detectors and many houses could have electronics for interrogating such detectors.
- We had built a kind of typewriter device that would enable you to interrogate what, at the time, seemed to be a huge database.
- On the other hand, my cannula was well positioned and my antibiotics were given intravenously with great regularity, and my cardiac monitor was interrogated and monitored regularly.
- Developers really need to understand the widgets with which they're working and must know how to configure and interrogate them using low-level calls directly to the widgets themselves.
- The first hits obtained with the E. coli queries were used in turn to interrogate the databases.
- Once coding had been achieved, the data were interrogated and systematically explored to generate meaning.
- After the procedure, the PPM/ICD should always be interrogated to ensure that device function and/or programming have not been altered.
- BGT opted to build a web-based system that would allow customers to interrogate the data held in its databases and pull down the information relevant to them on an ‘as-needed’ basis.
- When a normal search is undertaken, the query compiler interrogates each table within the scope of the search and returns a list of full-text fields for each.
- Not to dwell on the food-shopping angle, but imagine the convenience of bagging your groceries as you go up and down the aisles, then having the checkout device interrogate your entire shopping cart.
- Radar is the vital part of the IFF system, interrogating unit-based transponders and reading responses.
- When patients with ICDs expire, it is appropriate to interrogate the device to determine whether device malfunction contributed to death.
- In server mode, the nodes continuously interrogate the tracking systems or other parent server nodes for position information and make the information available for the clients.
- These currents make it more difficult to use an electrostatic field to interrogate the system.
- These were used to compile the list of information items for which sites were interrogated for this research.
- While pretending to interrogate the terminal, I extended my hearing.
- As with autos, a technician will diagnose problems by plugging in a handheld computer that interrogates the engine and all other boat systems, revealing the cause of the problem and in many cases, recommending the fix.
- Other EPIRBs interrogate the aircraft's onboard GPS equipment for position information.
- Each well is thus optically wired such that it can be individually interrogated.
- I'm talking about things like being able to interrogate the network remotely from the NOC to understand where the circuit cards are, down to the inventory level.
- There are now increasing numbers of projects which aim systematically to sequence insertion sites, so that mutant isolation will simply involve interrogating databases and then requesting seed.
- For a complete answer we're afraid you'll need to go to a BMW dealer who will have the electronic gear to interrogate the system.
- It took a further few to interrogate the database and identify the first target.
- In such electrically passive topologies, the lasers and receivers are located remotely from the sensor arrays and interrogate the sensors via fiber-optic links.
- The first stage is to interrogate the data through filtering of noise and converting the data into a more friendly format.
- Open source methodologies used in software are interrogated and then compared to the methods used in farmers' rights groups.
- When the device was interrogated, no evidence was found that a shock had been delivered.
- I successfully managed to interrogate their website and was duly instructed that I must copy my passport and provide two recent photos in person at my branch for security reasons.
- ‘We discovered the mood-regulating circuit by using the gene to interrogate the imaging data,’ explained Weinberger.
- Such exercises encourage thoroughness, both in interrogating the data at hand and in providing an account of how an analysis was developed.
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