Translation of pop-up in Spanish:

pop-up

móvil, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈpɑp ˌəp//ˈpɒpʌp/

adjective

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    (book) móvil
    (book) mecánico
    (book) con ilustraciones en relieve
    (toaster) automático
    Computing (menu) desplegable
    • A pop-up book aimed at adults, this work illustrates in three dimensions every nightmare you've ever had, and some you don't want to know about.
    • As pop-up toasters are covered under the Quality Control Order, 1981, they have to conform to the safety standards.
    • This object-based context sensitivity is now widely used in mouse-driven pop-up menus, pull-down menus, and all dialog boxes.
    • Twenty-seven-year-old Alex, who has also created a variety of seasonal charity cards, hopes to lend her talents to a new pop-up book for very small children in the near future.
    • They were introduced to handmade pop-up books and samples demonstrating the ‘how-to's’ of book construction.
    • Several cards can be bound together to make a unique pop-up book, for which students can write stories to go with the pop-out designs.
    • The first pop-up toaster for the home, the Toastmaster, arrived on the scene in 1926.
    • As a result of the performance's intertwined story lines and demanding location changes, the design team decided to model the sets after a children's pop-up book.
    • He is the author/illustrator of colorful, interactive pop-up books featuring the character Max.
    • Yet the interior space does not flow smoothly; instead, it exists in layers, like the measured progressions of a pop-up book.
    • Her vision is nihilistic and absurd, yet, in its commitment to small-scale fantasy, an inarguable delight to behold - like a cheeky, philosophical pop-up book.
    • The box has some decidedly pop-up book style spinners and moving parts that are clever and fun.
    • I have even seen a pop-up book of the universe which perhaps fortunately fails to come to terms with the Big Bang, but these books seldom feature observers.
    • The program software loaded smoothly and I began working my way through the first couple of tutorials to get a feel for the program and an understanding of how the pop-up menus work.
    • It's a reusable bag that can brown a cheese sandwich in your pop-up toaster.
    • The form must be created by a program, rather than written as a static document, because it displays pop-up menus of catalogs and items from the database tables.
    • One of these books was a pop-up version of ‘There was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly’.
    • He had one of those little pop-up books that listed a bunch of foods, including French fries and apples.
    • In America, in 1917, the administration grasped, for the first time, that war, like pop-up toasters, was a marketable commodity.
    • He clicked his fingers for a menu and fiddled with a mobile phone, then started playing with another piece of gadgetry that looked like a combination satellite dish, pop-up toaster and miniature microwave oven.
    • Then, pulling the child along by his sticky little hand, she brought him over to the children's section to reach the little pop-up book on the higher shelf.
    • Bring along a fun distraction, such as a teddy bear, pop-up book, or bubble blower.
    • Here's something else to try: right-click on a filename and a small pop-up menu will appear.
    • To insert a memorized transaction, right-click on an empty ledger line, go to the memorized item in the pop-up menu and select the transaction you wish to insert.
    • There's an exhibition of pop-up books, also known as movable books, at the Brooklyn Public Library (various branches) going on now through the end of the year.
    • To me, the selective JPEG compression and the pop-up menu creator are certainly worth the upgrade price.
    • My mother brought a pop-up toaster with her, and that was a marvel to behold.
    • In the dialog box that appears after you choose Properties from the pop-up menu, you'll see a field called Target.
    • The pop-up menu also provides a screen for modifying permissions and ownerships.
    • The film has an interesting storybook appearance, where characters tend to stick out like animated pop-up figures against a projected background.
    • Free of meaningless menus and redundant pages, the style is reminiscent of the children's activity centres or pop-up books that adults enjoy playing with so much.
    • The majority of homes already have washing machines, dishwashers, vacuum cleaners and pop-up toasters.
    • By right-clicking on a user image, you will find a pop-up menu with several communication methods, along with an information selection.
    • Jasmine's presents included a kite, pop-up book, a mug with her name on and a magical colouring book.
    • As if to demonstrate the story is fiction, not history, the set is a giant pop-up book.
    • It's simple set evokes a pop-up picture book with lots of opening doors and windows, secret entrances and levels.

noun

Computing

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    ventana emergente feminine