Translation of outlet in Spanish:

outlet

salida, n.

Pronunciation /ˈaʊtˌlɛt//ˈaʊtlɛt/

noun

  • 1

    • 1.1(for liquid, gas)

      salida feminine
      (valve) (before noun) de escape
      (valve) (before noun) de vaciado
      outlet pipe (discharging at sea) emisario masculine
      • Talk about water overloading at these outlets!
      • Hundreds of people might share one small toilet block and a couple of water outlets.
      • Anyway, we moved into a house which had gas (our family home doesn't) and there were pipes with outlets in all of the bedrooms.
      • After more than 100 tests around the hospital, traces of the legionella bacteria were found on taps and other water outlets.
      • Our streets are flooded even after short rainfalls due to acute lack of rainwater outlets and clogged storm water drains.
      • Yet at the other end of the bay, away from the town and its sewage outlets, the water is virtually uncontaminated.
      • Check for other possible breeding areas, such as slow compost heaps, damp bedding in dog kennels, chicken pens and yards, rubbish piles, and leaking septic pipes and outlets.
      • Notice also that the outlet has a pipe that extends below the normal surface level of the liquid.
      • Rainwater outlets are to be checked for condition and capacity, and repairs to outlets and down pipes are to be carried out as necessary.
      • Large plastic pipes run from the outlet of the four blowers to airtight holes drilled in the platform.
      • All roofs that would contribute to runoff from the feedlot should have gutters, downspouts, and outlets that discharge water away from the feedlot.
      • This heated air moves up due to a natural chimney effect and exits through outlets at the roof.
      • Plumes of gray water, fading in color as the waste settled, fanned out from the pipe outlets.
      • When checking the pump, make sure the outlet pipe is not clogged and that it directs water away from your home.
      • In the base of the gutter were outlets leading to drain pipes to take the water away.
      • They ventured through the old rust belt of inner city Melbourne and along the merry creek until they came across the outlet of a storm water pipe.
      • The water outlet is at the base of the reservoir and can't be seen in this photo.
      • But on this ride, I notice that at nearly every station there's some kind of cleaning happening: great gushes of water pour from the outlets onto the track.
      • She said the screen placed across the pipe outlet was cleaned out regularly and was in place to prevent solid matter entering the river.
      • Looking from north to south, there is a row of many concrete pipe outlets.

    • 1.2US Electricity

      toma de corriente feminine
      tomacorriente masculine Latin America
      • The electricity that we get from power outlets and batteries can power all different kinds of devices.
      • I told him that when I start shopping around for an apartment, Internet ports in rooms are as important to me as electrical outlets and phone jacks.
      • The vapor barrier should fit tightly around electrical outlets, doors, windows and other openings.
      • The rechargeable battery may be charged by a battery charger that is connected to the solar cell and can be optionally connected to an electrical outlet by a charging cord.
      • Plug unused electrical outlets to keep cold air from coming in through sockets.
      • We had to locate and measure the positions of various blue electrical boxes used for outlets, cable connections, and phone jacks throughout the house.
      • A plug extended from a port within the panel and was near the electrical outlet in the bathroom.
      • Air can leak in or out of the home from door and window frames, electrical outlets and exhaust vents, to name just a few of the culprits.
      • Electrical outlets and conduit, door, and window block-outs are embedded at the time of the pour.
      • I connected an electrical cord to it and ran it into the bedroom to the electrical outlet next to the bed.
      • I'm going to have electric outlets for electric shavers.
      • Don't overload your electrical outlets and never run extensions under a carpet.
      • The electrical code requires that outlets in the bathroom by protected by a ground-fault interrupter.
      • Make sure it's away from heavy traffic areas and electrical outlets.
      • These units are now able to provide the same power to the components in a computer, but due to increased efficiency, draw less power from the electrical outlet.
      • Remember that if any air is leaking through electrical outlets or around plumbing connections into your wall cavities, moisture is carried along the path.
      • Appliances, electrical switches, outlets, and door handles in the home are installed 15 to 48 inches above the floor.
      • Funding has been announced for lights for the poles on the pier and for shutters to protect the electrical supply outlets for the boats.
      • Each climate-controlled chapel has its own generator, electrical outlets, lights, and seats for 100 people.
      • Today, whether we're at work or home, we don't think twice about plugging our appliances into electrical outlets to instantly receive the power we need.

  • 2

    (means of expression)
    this frustration has to have an outlet esta frustración tiene que tener una válvula de escape
    • she found an outlet for her feelings encontró cómo canalizar sus sentimientos
  • 3

    Business Marketing
    punto de venta masculine
    retail outlet tienda al por menor feminine
    • the company must find new outlets for its products la compañía debe hallar nuevas salidas de mercado para sus productos
    • There is also a licensed café - the Pavilion - and a coffee shop as well as outlets selling fish and chips, burgers and ice cream.
    • This is where the young hang out, in coffee shops, fast-food outlets, shopping malls and on the street itself.
    • Farming is oriented toward local market outlets that serve local consumers rather than national or international mass markets.
    • The centre offers a myriad of shops ranging from outlets selling typical tourist fare to more weird and wonderful places, selling cheeses, wines, hand crafted toys, jewellery and antiques.
    • It is a free magazine and is currently distributed mainly through retail outlets.
    • Popular restaurants and fast food outlets have stalls dotted all over the show, all doing roaring trade as they fill hungry stomachs.
    • Not only did it give the public a chance to see what is available in their local area, but also provided the designer makers with the opportunity to find prospective outlets for their stock.
    • The difficulties in the beef sector are directly attributable to the limited availability of market outlets, according to the Irish Meat Association.
    • The prices that meat factories pay for cattle are determined by the returns from the market outlets that are available.
    • The plan has set off a chorus of disapproval from conservationists outraged at the possibility of surrounding the historic site with malls and fast-food outlets.
    • Clearly, the large firms see this field as just one of their several market outlets, but one which generates sufficient sales and fits in with their other operations.
    • Growers were asked to estimate the percentages of their sales that went through different market outlets.
    • So did sports shops and other outlets which sold England shirts.
    • What sets these self-help groups apart is the fact that farmers themselves have set up market outlets for their produce so that middlemen are eliminated.
    • Most of the items on display are being sold in mainstream shopping outlets in Sweden and, in some cases, across the world.
    • Somewhere nearby there'll be a shopping centre with fast-food outlets and a supermarket.
    • So, the bulk of their milk continues to be sold through established outlets.
    • There are concerns the timetable, which is widely distributed through rail outlets, travel centres and information offices, could be confusing to visitors from abroad.
    • His great joy was to have done so much to find outlets and markets for the cattle farmers of Ireland.
    • Interestingly, the area has dozens of outlets selling factory seconds of branded garments.
    • If one recalls, the village markets provided the outlet for local produce and products.
    • He is a citizen without a country, trapped in a no man's land of fast food outlets and endless shopping opportunities.
    • Local abattoirs and meat processing plants will also be investigated to establish if their products were sold regularly in local outlets.
    • They often produce in limited quantities, so traditional wholesale market outlets are not a viable option.
    • When products are too expensive for the citizens to purchase through legal outlets, black markets arise.
    • Over one third of UK children's toys are now free giveaways from fast food outlets, with high street restaurant chains distributing an estimated 300 million every year.
    • It will mean that corner shops, fast food outlets, supermarkets and pub chains will be able to apply for new licenses without making a significant financial commitment by buying a licence.
    • Plastics are a problem because there are few outlets and the market isn't great.
    • Fast-food outlets make it convenient to catch a bite on the run.
    • If fast food outlets sold tuna salads and sticks of celery there wouldn't be half the problem.
    • Only rye and other grains (mainly oats) could have difficulties finding world market outlets.
    • Not all shops in outlets malls are outlets and sell items cheaper then normal.
    • The club would like to thank all the club members, shops, and outlets who co-operated in selling the cards and the general public for supporting the draw.
    • He said the live export trade is extremely important to Irish agriculture, particularly in terms of its key role in maintaining price competition and important market outlets.