Translation of number cruncher in Spanish:

number cruncher

calculadora, n.

Pronunciation /ˈnəmbər ˈkrəntʃər/



  • 1

    calculadora feminine
    computadora feminine
    • We want people to engage in the visual world around us, to think about it - not just number crunchers, but people who think about what those numbers mean and engage with that in a more critical way.
    • How to take this power away from the polls and the number crunchers and return it to the football field where it belongs?
    • But it's not so long since Intel wanted us all to see the 320-odd CPU Itanium 2-based number cruncher Toyota has put in place for the much the same applications.
    • No need for an old number cruncher, with the young kids coming in with their notebook computers and their accounting software.
    • The classifier is the statistical core of Spambayes, the number cruncher.
    • An immense network of 10,000 to 20,000 Alpha processors will form the basis of this formidable number cruncher.
    • Probably not much if you simply use your computer for recreational purposes, but for number crunchers and workstations, you better get reliable ram.
  • 2

    contador masculine Latin America
    contadora feminine Latin America
    contable feminine Spain
    comenúmeros feminine Spain informal humorous
    • A noted number cruncher, Mr. FitzGerald believes the Nice referendum will be passed this time.
    • The government's chief number cruncher released previously concealed record low consumer confidence figures yesterday in the Legislative Yuan.
    • Analysts said that if Chen could manage to do both without increasing the national debt, then he's a better number cruncher than previously thought.
    • The version of McNamara that people are familiar with is McNamara the number cruncher who was the chief architect of the conflict in Vietnam.
    • Our expert number cruncher takes you through the likely state by state outcomes from tomorrow's election and also finishes with a biting commentary on Australia's political leadership.
    • There's no guarantee that the brilliant number cruncher can do that now or any time in the foreseeable future.
    • If a client's a number cruncher, I'll bring four people to a meeting, and my clients will feel like there are eight people back at the office working for them.
    • Most people think of Pay Corps people as desk-bound number crunchers up to their eyeballs in financial paperwork.
    • In other words you're not interested in accountancy for its own sake - you're not just a number cruncher.
    • Prentice, the chief number cruncher for the health initiative, did not believe it bore out such sweeping conclusions.
    • In total, the number crunchers reckon some 9.7 million households in the UK have Net access.
    • And in that corner, we have Helen Sommers, a diminutive, 72-year-old number cruncher in reading glasses.
    • Now the number crunchers and analysts are providing the figures to support our bearish assumptions.
    • Hurtig said parents don't want to see dollars taken away from the school's other programs to appease institute number crunchers.
    • Looking ahead, the number crunchers reckon the merged business could achieve a growth in revenue of between 30-40 per cent in 2004.
    • How would you as an epidemiological number cruncher begin to sort out those patterns?
    • None was prepared to comment until their number crunchers had a chance to mull over the figures.
    • She wasn't a number cruncher, it was a good thing for the cast and even better for the crew.
    • Our expert number cruncher Charles Richardson takes you through the likely state by state outcomes from tomorrow's election and also finishes with a biting commentary on Australia's political leadership.
    • Not just a number cruncher, Hamilton was also a lawyer, general, and first-class flirt - and the architect of the national economy as we know it.