Translation of spherical in Spanish:


esférico, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈsfɛrɪk(ə)l//ˈsfɛrɪk(ə)l//ˈsfɪrɪk(ə)l/


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    • Most of the major varieties are illustrated as well as some of their companions - the infamous bubble dome stereos, spherical speakers and round, hanging televisions.
    • All five were hollow, spherical objects (balls).
    • The container looked much like a scientific chemical bottle, with a rounded, spherical bottom and an elongated neck.
    • The US system consists of a small box that digitally scans fingerprints and a spherical computer camera that snaps pictures.
    • He proved that the earth was spherical and speculated about sailing around the world 17 centuries before Columbus.
    • At the stove, someone is lifting pancakes from the skillet, placing them in the warmer, and pouring in fresh batter which distributes itself into spherical shapes.
    • What adds a certain urgency to his message is that he himself has suffered a heart attack, even though he does not conform to the generously fat-reinforced spherical figures that he has been talking about.
    • She could see the round, spherical canvasses stretched across the metal, almost grotesquely.
    • I get dressed in my armor, and then I touch the spherical shaped switch that will bring the lift up to my room.
    • A tiny somewhat spherical shaped object appeared off in the distance, moving quickly and effortlessly to the side of the craft.
    • The pills are perfectly spherical, opaque, and shiny, like tiny pearls.
    • The huge, perfectly spherical structure sat like a giant black pearl in the middle of the city.
    • An oblong Earth that swells out at the equator would turn more slowly than a spherical Earth - astronomers use the analogy of a figure skater who turns faster as he draws in his arms.
    • At 85 km, the self-stabilizing spherical capsule separates.
    • It was round and spherical, with a deep groove on one side.
    • Through the gentle curves of its spherical design, the stadium merges with its surroundings.
    • A fish heart is almost spherical just as a whale's (a mammal) is.
    • I had that experience in the early 80s, when I spent five days racing around a maze eating spherical doughnuts, and waiting for my ghostly pursuers to turn blue.
    • The elliptical shape can curve, but a round spherical shape can not.
    • Trees with this form have several to many lateral branches that compete with the central stem for dominance resulting in a spherical or globose crown.