Translation of space heater in Spanish:

space heater

calentador, n.



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    calentador masculine
    • Plastic sheets temporarily hung from the rafters until a new door arrives don't succeed in blocking the wind, but a space heater helps.
    • When she received an astronomical bill several months ago - the result of heating her home with a space heater - she nearly fainted.
    • The falling table knocked over a space heater and set fire to the store.
    • Check your local and state building codes and fire ordinances to see if you can use an unvented space heater, if you consider purchasing one.
    • Today I am forcing myself to leave my room and get dressed and buy a space heater.
    • Anyhow, it's about ten below in here (give or take a few for the wind chill factor) and the space heater isn't really helping.
    • Let's assume that nothing else in the house is on, so the meter is measuring only the electricity used by the space heater.
    • It was freezing cold outside and there was no heat in the garage, so he had a little space heater over by his side and I had a blanket that he graciously gave me to drape around my shoulders like a Navajo Indian.
    • A space heater in an enclosed area can provide the needed heat for curing.
    • The fire department is looking into whether a space heater started that fire.
    • In a separate incident, a woman died when her attempts to fight off the cold with a space heater and candles set her New York City apartment ablaze.
    • He had only been in his tiny apartment for two days and the only furnishings he could afford were a lamp, a pillow, a space heater, and an insulated sleeping bag.
    • Allow three feet between a space heater and anything flammable.
    • Hopefully the heat situation will somehow work out in my favour; it's a little nippy in here with me having left the space heater off all day, but it's not really bad.
    • The family huddled with blankets in their living room, trying to stay warm with a space heater.
    • Still, I have a space heater, and it never gets too cold here, not like in the old days - never below 60, anyway.
    • Air conditioning means sixty degree offices, and until I move my computers outdoors I'll be enjoying the benefits of the space heater.
    • Even with the newly-installed space heater, the air in there wouldn't rise above forty degrees.
    • I walk over to our little space heater and warm my hands by it.
    • I'll also need a space heater because it's always chilly in the basement.