Translation of millisecond in Spanish:


milisegundo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmɪləˌsɛkənd//ˈmɪlɪsɛk(ə)nd/


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    milisegundo masculine
    • The enhancement caused by shape change is equivalent to 0.6 milliseconds (per day per century).
    • In this context, time is measured in milliseconds - thousandths of a second.
    • A large variety of gamma-ray burst durations are known, from a few milliseconds to thousands of seconds.
    • If the team applied just a few volts across the heart muscle for a few tens of milliseconds, a second, smaller spiral appeared.
    • Both types of bursts last only a few milliseconds to about a minute.
    • Tunable lasers that switch in nanoseconds rather than milliseconds are in prototype.
    • Twenty milliseconds is a natural limit for the coherent integration period.
    • The Earth's rotation is slowing down by a few milliseconds a year, due to the moon's gravity.
    • A single fusion event occurs on the nanometer scale and takes less than a millisecond.
    • The orbital period of this system is decreasing by 1.2 milliseconds every year.
    • Competitors will now have to keep the foil's tip on their opponent's target area for a whole 15 milliseconds instead of two milliseconds.
    • Disturbances on a large power grid propagate through the system in milliseconds to fractions of a second.
    • This is a relatively short time period often measured in milliseconds.
    • Gamma ray bursts last only from a few milliseconds to about one minute.
    • Seek time is measured in milliseconds and the fastest drives can access data in around 5ms.
    • I infer that an atomic clock on the Moon would gain 8 milliseconds per year relative to one on Earth.
    • Although she had lived here for about two years now she still took a few milliseconds to find the light switch to turn on the light.
    • The hard disk operates in milliseconds, or thousandths of a second, because it is mechanical.
    • The speed of swelling and relaxation ranges from 10 milliseconds to a few seconds, Lewis says.
    • In contrast, disk systems provide nearly instantaneous access, measured in just milliseconds.