Translation of re-entry in Spanish:


reingreso, n.

Pronunciation /ˌriˈɛntri///

nounPlural re-entries

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    (into country) reingreso masculine
    (into society) reintegración feminine
    (visa/permit) (before noun) de reingreso
    • The powers that be in cricket had seen enough changes in South Africa to grant us re-entry and a chance to play against the top countries in the world.
    • One of the unfortunate aspects of the ‘tough on crime’ attitude of the 1990s was a severe cutback in prison-based programs to prepared inmates for re-entry into society.
    • When Rochester was granted re-entry to the Goulburn Valley league the following year, after almost five decades in the Bendigo competition, many players failed to return.
    • But without question, Mr. Vander Zalm's re-entry into active politics at the party's Prince George convention instantly changed the political landscape in the province.
    • However, from this week, the government will go on an all-out campaign to find these illegal aliens, deport them back to their countries and restrict their re-entry into Korea.
    • The Mayor of London, once ostracised by the Labour leadership, has won re-entry to the party by passing the ultimate test - proving himself electorally unassailable.
    • The re-entry of right-wing tax-cutting governments to power in European countries like Spain and France is likely to hasten economic deterioration, as unemployment rises and interest rates are increased.
    • Tyler Imanian was home schooled by his mother this summer to prepare him for re-entry into an American school.
    • The emigrants, who are in the US illegally, are afraid to come home for the holiday, because they are likely to be refused re-entry to the States by the US authorities.
    • Their problem was that the new baby's father had a criminal record which would prevent his re-entry to the United States of America.
    • Perhaps the more exciting announcement to come out of Crewe is the revelation of the company's re-entry into motorsport, specifically the 24-hour Le Mans race.
    • But since his election defeat in 1997 he has apparently undergone a personal conversion, calling for his party to be more inclusive since his re-entry into Parliament.
    • He was then refused re-entry to France, while the authorities tried to find a country willing to accept the middle-aged Iranian with no country, no home and no passport.
    • The essentials are a microchip for identification, a rabies vaccination certificate, and the elapse of six months between the dates of a clean blood sample and re-entry.
    • Tonight when asking about Ken Livingston's re-entry into the Labour party host Charles Brandreth asked: ‘Who has withdrawn to ease Ken's passage?’
    • Since its re-entry into the Olympic movement in 1979, it has regularly found itself near the top of the medal table, as befits a country populated by 1.3 billion.
    • The election was also a victory for women, providing them with an opportunity for a very symbolic re-entry into Afghan public life.
    • Arrangements have been made to provide free visas for any national seeking re-entry to Nepal provided such tourists have stayed for at least 15 days in the country in a visa year.
    • Americans who flout the rules are often caught and barred from re-entry, meaning they either get back on their bus or flight and return to foreign soil or are held in the airport or border station lobby.
    • Maharaj said he had nothing personal to gain from any re-entry to politics; this was, rather, in keeping with his need to ‘put country first.’
  • 2

    reingreso masculine
    • The death of Columbia came as little surprise to most space scientists concerned about the incredible stresses that launch and re-entry were putting on the ageing four-strong shuttle fleet.
    • After the initial shock and sorrow of Saturday's tragedy, in which seven crew members died when the shuttle broke apart during re-entry, by midday yesterday we seemed to be already tuning the story out.
    • So it might be worthwhile to revisit the process of re-entry and examine what happened a year ago as the unpowered, 100-ton glider returned to Earth from 200 miles up.
    • Nasa officials had determined the exposed ceramic-fibre fillers could lead to overheating and a possible repeat of Columbia's disastrous re-entry.
    • Plasma is a superheated gas surrounding the Orbiter during re-entry.
    • The first spaceflight went well until atmosphere re-entry, when cables linking the capsule and the instrument module failed to separate completely.
    • Their purpose is to handle the enormous heat and stress of re-entry into the atmosphere.
    • The nuclear warhead must survive exit from and re-entry to the earth's atmosphere at massive speed, accompanied by extremes of temperature.
    • Some engineers worry the material that is protruding from between thermal tiles in two areas beneath the shuttle near its nose could trigger potentially treacherous overheating during re-entry.
    • Dr Haines said space travel was inevitably dangerous but re-entry into the earth's atmosphere had been successfully done many times before.
    • An experimental data recorder aboard the space shuttle Columbia continued to record potentially vital information until moments before the shuttle disintegrated during re-entry, investigators say.
    • The previous column discussed the effects of long term accelerations such as those experienced during motor burn or re-entry of a commercial space vehicle.
    • Nasa planned to stick to its original work schedule and inspect only the nose and wings yesterday, examining the dozens of reinforced carbon panels that withstand the heat during re-entry into Earth's atmosphere.
    • The tiles are designed to keep the 1,649C temperatures generated during re-entry from reaching and melting the aluminium hull of the shuttle.
    • ‘You can also determine how much of your spacecraft might survive re-entry and possibly pose a risk to people on the ground,’ says Klinkrad.
    • At the end of its six-month mission, Jules Verne will offload solid waste and wastewater from the Station and burn up during atmospheric re-entry over the Pacific Ocean.
    • As it turns out, the shuttle has some spacers between its tiles that have come out a bit and so the crew needs to cut them off so as to prevent what they call a blow torch effect on re-entry.
    • Euve did not have an on-board propulsion system to allow engineers to control the spacecraft's re-entry.
    • After 15 years of service in outer space, Mir made its re-entry to earth.
    • On February 1, 2003, the Columbia and its crew were lost over the western United States during the spacecraft's re-entry into Earth's atmosphere.
  • 3

    reaparición (en escena) feminine