Translation of regulate in Spanish:


regular, v.

Pronunciation /ˈrɛɡjʊleɪt//ˈrɛɡjəˌleɪt/

transitive verb

  • 1

    (temperature/prices/speed) regular
    to regulate one's life poner orden en su (or mi etc.) vida
    • The anterior lobe regulates the activity of the thyroid, adrenals, and reproductive glands.
    • Often governments for a variety of reasons decide to regulate the activities of firms that compete against each other.
    • Each skate has two bearings in each wheel, regulating the speed at which the wheels spin.
    • The health ministry says it is difficult because there is no legal framework that regulates the work of those organisations involved in caring for infected people.
    • One can only suspect that both the US and the EU are responding to pressure from business leaders not to regulate their overseas activities.
    • Water vending machines are regulated by local authorities.
    • In contrast, no previous treaty or customary rule existed regulating method of combat in internal armed conflict.
    • In that case the fan speed is actually regulated by the processor's internal temperature.
    • The thyroid hormones regulate every aspect of your metabolism, from your heart rate to how quickly you burn calories.
    • Until recently, it was not possible to easily regulate internet activity.
    • This small metal container houses a battery and the electrical circuitry that regulates the rate of electrical pulses sent to your heart.
    • A genetic time clock that regulates the number of times a human body cell divides cannot, however, be the whole explanation of the aging process.
    • Your pancreas secretes enzymes that aid digestion and hormones that help regulate the metabolism of carbohydrates.
    • Therefore, government must regulate businesses in the ‘public interest.’
    • He slipped inside and, struggling to think over the deafening noise of the generator, he found the control panel that regulated the machine and switched it off.
    • Depression stiffens the body's response to insulin, the hormone that helps regulate energy metabolism.
    • Data flows into and out of Europe would be properly regulated and controlled to ensure that neither spam nor viruses came in, and that no personal data went out without explicit consent.
    • The price of bread and the wages of labour were regulated by the local justices of the peace in order to protect consumers and workers from exploitation.
    • Here's another problem to be going on with though - how do you use petrol flow to regulate the speed of a particular car?
    • As governor, he introduced a number of reforms regulating child labour and preventing abuses in sweatshops.
    • Iodine is the backbone of all nutrients because the cells in the body need it to regulate their metabolism.
    • Federal rules for regulating professionals have existed for many years, but have been exercised with deference toward state standards.
    • Mr. Nair recommends that the best possible remedy to check sand mining is to regulate construction activities.
    • Thyroxine helps regulate your body's metabolism, including how quickly you burn calories.
    • Mechanisms to regulate competition among firms that conduct business transactions are intrinsic to every market governance system.
    • Some statutory rules and regulations are included to regulate court procedure, for example rules relating to the admissibility of evidence and the burden of proof.
    • The adrenal glands are located on top of the kidneys and secrete hormones that regulate metabolism, salt and water balance, and stress responses.
    • Intense training tears muscle fibers and depletes muscles of essential amino acids that are needed to help regulate metabolism.
    • Both processes are regulated by genetic and environmental factors.
    • Water is necessary to transport nutrients around the body, remove wastes, maintain body temperatures and regulate metabolic processes in our bodies.
    • Third, Congress has the power to regulate activities that substantially affect interstate commerce.
    • Insulin is a hormone made by the pancreas to regulate sugar metabolism.
    • Day length is usually the most critical factor in regulating vegetative growth, flower initiation and development, and the induction of dormancy.
    • Caught off guard, the government scrambled to develop a policy to regulate this new medium of communication.
    • Today our development activities are highly regulated - and rightly so in many respects.
    • Reef managers created a system of zoning that regulates activities in different places that are sensitive to different pressures.
    • Here groups of workers are substantially left to regulate their own activity.
    • They found that a few spices - especially cinnamon - made fat cells much more responsive to insulin, the hormone that regulates sugar metabolism and thus controls the level of glucose in the blood.
    • Drugs that regulate the activity of these genes might be effective for these patients, the researchers said.
    • States can regulate certain activities and require citizens to apply for a license with restrictions on who can receive a license.
  • 2

    (profession/industry) regular
    the laws that regulate the sale of alcohol la legislación que regula / reglamenta la venta de bebidas alcohólicas
  • 3

    (instrument/apparatus) regular