There are 4 main translations of plane in Spanish

: plane1plane2plane3plane4

plane1

plano, n.

Pronunciation /pleɪn//pleɪn/

noun

  • 1

    (surface)
    plano masculine
    • All of them are layered materials containing planes of copper and oxygen atoms.
    • Enliven the dull gray planes of a weather-beaten deck by adding subtle, colorful stripes.
    • Optical sections were taken and projected into a single plane.
    • Where possible, collections of up to 30 specimens from a single bed or bedding plane have been examined.
    • When the strike-off operation is performed well, the surface plane of the concrete is flat with few ups and downs to be corrected with a bull float.
    • The same detail is found in the rest of the house, anywhere planes or materials intersect.
    • Angular planes of corrugated steel extend out to frame the entrance and engage with the public thoroughfare.
    • Second, for the kinetic behavior, we have assumed that the diffusion in the plane of the surface is much faster than the motion perpendicular to it.
    • The wood and stainless steel planes pass through the space without touching.
    • Rather, they tend to develop in the many nooks and crannies formed where roof planes intersect, or where roofs abut walls.
    • Set against the mass of textured stone, the thin man-made planes of a rusted steel door and rusty faceted piling are peculiarly resonant.
    • To add a greater degree of difficulty, the students also had to break the plane of the surface on which they were working.
    • Moreover, the sharp upward tilt of the platform's surface jars against the plane of the table.
    • Substances that are confined to the lipid matrix will move along the plane of the bilayer.
    • There were also thin smears of the viscous material along some of the fault planes.
    • The shell forms I envision have no straight lines and flat planes; this makes them reproducible by hot-air balloon manufacturers.
    • Expansion in the plane of the bilayer would be consistent with the responses of recombinant Shaker to stretch.
    • Folded planes and porous, exterior materials like perforated metal are the norm these days.
    • These materials contain planes in which copper and oxygen atoms are chemically bonded to each other.
    • The inner structural walls are composed of architectural concrete that supports massive, projecting roof planes.
    • The gentle curves of his childhood face weren't banished by age, but they hid themselves in the smooth planes of his cheeks.
    • Looking around as I got to my feet, I found myself in a relatively small village set on a flat plane of ground.
  • 2

    (level)
    nivel masculine
    she is on a different plane es de otra categoría
    • It means that you live in one place, but exist in another esoteric, imaginary plane, unshackled by fact or memory.
    • This card is rooted more deeply in the material plane, connecting Tiphareth to Yesod.
    • Jack had a little posse made up of rich kids who thought being rich placed you on a higher plane of existence than the rest of the world.
    • Stepping into this world was like stepping into a whole new plane of existence.
    • It is as if she has already passed into a higher plane of existence and is recalling mortal limitations from the other side, as it were.
    • Man's destiny was to transcend his animal nature on a spiritual plane.
    • Western medicine is the first and only system that reduces the health of the individual to the material plane.
    • His work complements this project on a political plane by reading Marx and Lenin to develop an adequate political critique of Hegelianism.
    • By then, the crowd had migrated into a higher plane of metal-rock-consciousness.
    • Thus, in ancient art, any human action was on the plane of the heroic.
    • She explains her own spiritual lessons and how she went from a child-level to an adult-level in functioning on the spiritual plane.
    • This is true only on a high plane of metaphysical logic, but it is true.
    • When the dancer believes in this, she not only transports herself to a higher plane of consciousness but also takes her audience with her.
    • Yet not to do so is to remove historical events from the plane of analysis and to place it at the level of religious remembrance.
    • Imagination is transformative not only on the human plane; it has a powerful effect on the divine scale as well.
    • It means the prophet has entered such a high plane of understanding that he or she is able to communicate with the Infinite.
    • There's definitely a trap in any spiritual path that can remove the seeker from the material plane.
    • Indeed, he has moved the sport on to a new plane of excellence.
    • On the astral plane, your imagination shapes everything.
    • When we speak of an angel, we are speaking of an entity that exists purely on a spiritual plane.

adjective

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    plano
    plane geometry geometría plana feminine
    • Each speaker was on a plane level with the listener's head and approximately 10 inches from the wall.
    • I accomplished this by placing against the objective a piece of glass which was plane on one side and curved on the other, so as to be a portion of a cylinder of large diameter.

intransitive verb

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    (glide)
    (aircraft/bird/boat) planear
    • There comes a point, alas, when a baby bird, trying its wings, finds it has planed down off the roof, and can't get back up again.
    • He said: ‘A 17-knot boat is highly likely to be a planing boat that skims across the water.’
    • Even a slightly dirty bottom can keep your boat from planing or, on a displacement hull, can slow it down dramatically.
    • Handboards allow a bodysurfer to plane higher out of the water, thereby increasing speed.
    • We waded ashore, and the kid with the skiff gunned the outboard and planed back through the curious seals to the big boat, now once more enshrouded in the mist.
    • They keeled between the stumps in the still air, planing just above the water while Greg called out to the birds by name.
    • No life stirred except where, against the sky, buzzards planed and glided on motionless wings.
    • But here, every time I'd get up to planing speed, the boat would invariably veer off course and stall.
    • Suddenly instead of being in the water I'm planing and skipping on top of it.
    • Once the vessel started planing with a lower freeboard aft the fender would be low enough to bounce on the sea surface.
    • They and the other pilots send their 11-foot oars planing through the water with smooth, powerful strokes.
    • He stood in a slight crouch amidships, his knees bent just enough so that he could maintain balance as the boat planed along the waters, the hull bouncing and slapping down the waves passing underneath the bow.
    • The BMT director said faster craft which planed along the surface of the water created less wake than slower boats which displaced a larger volume.
    • They are these neat ski like things that go on his hands that allow him to plane across the water a lot easier.

There are 4 main translations of plane in Spanish

: plane1plane2plane3plane4

plane2

avión, n.

Pronunciation /pleɪn//pleɪn/

noun

  • 1

    (aircraft)
    avión masculine
    (ticket) (before noun) de avión
    we went by plane fuimos en avión
    • The game icons are small animated models of infantry, tanks, fighter and bomber planes and an assortment of ships from subs through to aircraft carriers.
    • As anyone who has witnessed the fighter planes and helicopters over the past few days has probably guessed, a major military exercise began around Scotland on Friday.
    • The same flight control radar systems are used in helicopters, low-flying private planes, light aircraft and stealth bombers.
    • The SA government yesterday announced it is sending five helicopters, two transport planes and a Casa aircraft to help its neighbour battle the floods.
    • At the moment the FAA suggests that airlines using these planes allow 180 lb for every clothed adult in winter including carry-on baggage.
    • The airline is known for having images of wildlife on the tails of its planes, and the airline has transferred that marketing effort.
    • Using gliders, balloons, planes and helicopters, each shot is closer to the flocks of birds in flight than most people have ever been to a feathered friend on the ground.
    • Three people were hurt yesterday when a civilian plane crashed while taking off from an RAF airfield.
    • As a freight aircraft, the plane continues to sell and sell, however.
    • The plane crashed on the helicopter landing pad adjacent to the Pentagon.
    • Fighters, transport planes, bombers and helicopters will fill the skies over RAF Fairford in the run-up to the air show this weekend.
    • A report has revealed a pilot and passenger narrowly avoided serious injury when their vintage plane crashed at Lower Upham Airfield earlier this year.
    • We had our fighter planes at several altitudes but met no enemy aircraft.
    • The single-engine plane crashed near Daly Waters, killing the pilot and all passengers.
    • Also the plane needed highly trained and skilled pilots - and a training period was essential to ensure that those men skilled in flying propeller driven planes got used to the vast differences of a jet plane.
    • Strong winds were blamed for the crash of a single-engine plane used to drop retardant on fires 220 miles south of Sydney.
    • Combat helicopters and fighter planes patrolled the sky, and naval submarines and armed patrol boats guarded the waters of the silent port.
    • It is a US legal requirement that once an aircraft has moved significantly off its flight plan, fighter planes are sent up to investigate.
    • As police cordoned off part of the crash sites, firefighting planes and helicopters swooped overhead to battle a brush fire started by the crash.
    • Despite the gusting winds and hazardous visibility, the planes and helicopters kept flying.

transitive verb

US
informal

  • 1

    (transport by plane)
    supplies/troops had to be planed in hubo que enviar suministros/transportar tropas al lugar en avión

intransitive verb

US
informal

  • 1

    (travel by plane)
    ir en avión
    • An internal passenger flight had crashed on take-off from Washington: coughing a few feet off the ground before planing through a crowded commuter bridge and plunging into the frozen river beyond.
    • I planed down by Gulf Air's cheap service (called Gulf Traveller) and it was absolutely atrocious.

There are 4 main translations of plane in Spanish

: plane1plane2plane3plane4

plane3

cepillo de carpintero, n.

Pronunciation /pleɪn//pleɪn/

noun

  • 1

    (tool)
    cepillo de carpintero masculine
    (longer) garlopa feminine
    • Carpenters had mallets, hammers, drills, chisels, scrapers, planes, and copper saws at their disposal.
    • An interesting handled smooth plane surfaced at a local flea market this past summer.
    • A throng of teenage Jamaicans followed, each making a few smoothing cuts with a plane.
    • A Neberschmied was a maker of wood cutting and boring tools, including planes.
    • He has collected, used and written about wooden planes and their makers for more than twenty years.
    • When you're on your front drive, using an electric plane on a wooden door, it's rarely a good idea to wear tracksuit trousers with long tie-up cords.
    • You'll need an oil-stone, or water-stone: the sort that carpenters use for their planes and chisels.
    • My primary tool interest is as a collector, especially of wooden planes by different makers.
    • It is surprising that this small family enterprise was still producing wooden planes on into the twentieth century.
    • When it's not in use, rest your plane on its side to avoid dulling the blade.
    • Use a scraping plane or rasp on cut edges to smooth any roughness.

transitive verb

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    (make smooth)
    (surface/wood) cepillar
    to plane sth down desbastar algo
    • Beyond that, extreme framers may also have joiners and thickness planers, which smooth the surface of raw wood and plane it to a desired thickness.
    • Additional options include planing the slabs to a certain molding profile, turning them on a lathe, and custom carving.
    • Timber would have to be cut and planed and the planking would be steamed to create the curvature needed for a hull.
    • Or you may have to shave a hair off a miter or plane the back edge of a cut to make a tight joint.
    • Any areas of the wood that show cupping or crowning will need to be planed by using a jointer or table saw as demonstrated in the videotape.
    • Turning 65, a man of leisure but a boy who never grew up, he often retreats to the shed where he planes a piece of wood for no apparent purpose.
    • You may need to plane the drawer sides as shown to provide additional clearance.
    • There is a theory that the area gets its name from crooked trees, specially planed because they were particularly useful for making boats.
    • The interiors are smoothly planed and drawer bottoms are moderately finished.
    • You may need to plane and/or sand the surface a bit for a smoother fit
    • Therefore, these samples were sawn at 2 mm and 3 cm from the basal cut surface and planed with steel blades or a glass knife in a cryo-microtome at a maximum temperature of - 30°C.
    • Subsequently workers at the Union Factory may have removed the Phoenix Company imprint by planing the toes of the acquired planes and then stamping them with the Union Factory imprint and catalog number.
    • Posts and rafters were hand-sawn and planed using timber from a nearby forest and, to reduce the use of wood, rafters were trussed with steel wire.
    • If the face frame projects beyond the side of the cabinet, plane the wood until it is flush.
    • He designed a home from logs he cut and planed, then invited 20 friends from the community to help him raise it.
    • Eventually, slabs will be edged, planed, and given a specified surface finish.
    • The difficult operation of sticking uniform sash bars was greatly simplified by these planes, which allowed both the sash molding and rabbet to be planed from one face.
    • The attainment of the carpenter is that his work is not warped, that the joints are not misaligned, and that the work is truly planed so that it meets well and is not merely finished in sections.

There are 4 main translations of plane in Spanish

: plane1plane2plane3plane4

plane4

plátano, n.

Pronunciation /pleɪn//pleɪn/

noun

also plane tree

  • 1

    plátano masculine
    • And now this week I've been sitting at work watching the leaves on the plane trees in Green Park start to change colour.
    • As you hike up through the gracious park, dotted with palaces turned museums, crickets chirr in the plane trees and pines.
    • They used to be quiet oases in the city's most densely populated areas, with beautiful old palms, jacarandas and plane trees and green lawns offering refuge from high-rise living.
    • Outside the grimy windows of the decrepit lounge that serves as a Cabinet office the autumn sunlight filtered through the leaves of the plane trees.
    • Emei's flora is renowned; sub-tropical ferns and strands of bamboo huddle amidst plane and fir trees.
    • No songbirds to tangle in the hedges, in shrubs, up above your head in the crowns of cypress and in the branches of chestnut trees, plane trees.
    • The focal point of the park is the now defunct fountain, surrounded by conifers, oaks, planes, jacarandas, and tipiana trees dropping their yellow blossoms.
    • I remember that with the help of my agent we stopped the publication of a calamitous German transmogrification of Loves That Bind where everything was translated and the Paris plane trees were transformed into banana trees.
    • Attached to the plane tree or any other tree for that matter, there was nothing noble about his robes, and barbarous gold, and all his other gifts.