In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(streets/rows) paraleloparallel lines — rectas paralelas
- parallel to sth — paralelo a algo
- the road runs parallel to the state border — la carretera va / corre (en dirección) paralela a la frontera del estado
- a parallel text edition — una edición bilingüe
- Part of the alleyway, which runs parallel to the north side of Manchester Road, remained sealed off.
- In atom lithography, a stream of atoms is focused onto a surface by laser light that runs parallel to the surface.
- This beetle's other noticeable feature is a set of parallel lines on the front wings that serve as the cover for the hind wings and abdomen.
- Von Laue showed that x rays are diffracted in specific directions determined by the distances of separation between the parallel planes of molecules in crystals.
- The parabola results when the plane is parallel to a generating line of the cone.
- The lines midway between parallel sides of the hexagon also form a triangle.
- Your feet should be firmly planted on the wall with your toes pointed upward at a line nearly parallel to the surface of the water.
- The basic idea was to stay parallel to an existing trail by keeping the edge of the paper between the two sensors on one side of the chassis.
- The first fracture occurs in a plane approximately parallel to the snow surface.
- The fact that the loading axis was parallel to the axis of the anchors may result in underestimating the effects of suture-anchor interaction at the eyelet.
- In the other case, the sides of the hexagon are parallel to the sides of the given triangle.
- In geometry like this, all lines intersect at infinity but in usual geometry parallel lines do not meet.
- The lateral surface area of a spherical slice cut by two parallel planes is equal to the lateral surface area of the corresponding slice of the circumscribing cylinder.
- Euclid wished to discover whether there existed a simple geometrical proportionality between the apparent size of equal and parallel lines and their distances from the eye.
- Such side entry eliminates complicating reflections from the other parallel surface of the substrate.
- The most important result in Guidobaldo's treatise was that any set of parallel lines, not parallel to the plane of the picture, will converge to a vanishing point.
- If we have a uniform grid of parallel lines, unit distance apart and if we drop a needle of length k < 1 on the grid, the probability that the needle falls across a line is 2k/p.
- When an object is at rest on a stationary support, the thrust line is parallel to a radius of the planet, i.e. it lies in the gravitational vertical.
- Fermat also investigated maxima and minima by considering when the tangent to the curve was parallel to the x-axis.
- To produce good crackling, the raw skin is scored in close parallel lines right through the fat and down to the flesh.
- Although once synonymous with the German New Wave of the early 1970s, Wenders has enjoyed a long parallel career in American cinema and divided his time between Berlin and Hollywood.
- The irreducible mind and the body are more like parallel or independent properties that don't causally influence each other.
- Combining elements of live improvisation with beat manipulation, Cinematic Orchestra creates soundtracks for movies that exist in some parallel universe.
- Interestingly, these two currents in the study of US ethnic literatures correspond to a parallel divergence on questions of politics and aesthetics.
- NAT King Cole was a prodigious artist with parallel careers: as a great jazz pianist who cut some beautiful sides with heavyweights such as Lester Young, and as a crooner with a voice like soft petals.
- Lovecraft based a parallel Massachusetts on the existing one.
- There is also a third source of shared variation: independent parallel mutations, which may be a special problem in species that are very polymorphic.
- Widdowson's solo writing has prepared him well for his parallel career writing material for other people's TV and radio shows.
- They see it as a parallel place, possibly existing right alongside their own world.
- Perhaps, like me, you went with friends, talked late into the night, argued over theories: parallel universes, time-slippages, identity disorders.
- The phasic and tonic crayfish claw closer neurons have similar sized somata and parallel dendritic branching.
- He lives in an England which lies in a universe which is parallel to ours - a world where Joshua Wagstaffe discovered aether in 1678.
- Those fabulous, hovering blocks of pure colour and intractable darkness - brooding encounters with the infinite - take the viewer beyond the art work into a parallel universe.
- He also has a parallel career as a cricket writer and has published two anecdotal histories of Indian cricket.
- He won a scholarship to the Royal College of Music, where he studied composition with Vaughan Williams and, by the time the second world war broke out, he had developed a parallel career as a composer and organist.
3.1Computingen paraleloparallel printer — impresora en paralelo feminine
- Programming the ButtonBox requires constructing a special parallel cable to connect to it, and then running the programming software.
- The new system will be used to handle clustered parallel visualization software, display high-resolution images and perform real-time rendering.
- A parallel data processing system is provided for increasing the program execution rate of a target machine.
- This can mean one thread running from an application and a second thread running from an operating system, or parallel threads running from within a single application.
- The utility consists of a cable with a USB connector on one end and a DB25 parallel connector at the other end.
- I then went ahead and plugged in all the motherboard connectors such as the power switch, reset switch, etc. and then plugged in all the molex and parallel connectors.
- It only offers a parallel connection, which is ideal for those with older PCs but lacks the simplicity of USB - though the setup guide makes installation a breeze.
- More importantly, parallel connections become far less efficient as traffic rates increase, making serial connections more scalable.
- A DVD drive doesn't need 150 mb/sec of bandwidth, so parallel ATA performance is good enough.
- An array of qubits operates as a parallel computer capable of performing a large calculation in one step, and the power grows rapidly with the number of qubits.
1Mathematicsfeminine paralelamasculine plano paralelo
2Geographyparalelo masculinethe 38th parallel — el paralelo 38
3(similarity)to look at the parallels between two things — estudiar el paralelismo entre dos cosas
- one is struck by the parallels with contemporary Africa — llama la atención el paralelismo que existe con el África contemporánea
- without parallel — sin parangón
4(comparison)to draw a parallel — establecer un paralelismo / un paralelo
- the article draws a parallel between the two thinkers — el artículo establece un paralelo / un paralelismo entre los dos pensadores
5in parallel — paralelamente
1ser análogo aser paralelo a
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