Translation of sprinkler in Spanish:


aspersor, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsprɪŋk(ə)lər//ˈsprɪŋklə/


  • 1British

    (on shower, watering can)
    (on hose) aspersor masculine
    (on hose) válvula feminine
    (for sugar, salt, flour) espolvoreador masculine
    roseta feminine
    alcachofa feminine
    regadera feminine Venezuela Colombia Mexico
    flor feminine River Plate
    • If you do use overhead sprinklers, water during the early morning so your plants have time to dry before nightfall.
    • The main method of irrigation for peanuts is overhead sprinklers.
    • There was a water sprinkler to wash down the streets after the market.
    • Unlike overhead sprinklers, no water is lost to evaporation.
    • Irrigators are responsible for the costs of all on-farm irrigation equipment such as pipes and sprinklers.
  • 2garden sprinkler

    aspersor masculine
  • 3

    (for firefighting)
    rociador masculine
    before noun sprinkler system sistema de rociadores masculine
    • He also admitted that Bedfordshire Fire Service had recommended sprinklers be used at the centre.
    • The fire alarm deploys a curtain covering the paintings, and then activates the sprinklers.
    • Law said some 70 building owners already contacted by the ministry have agreed to install sprinklers.
    • A senior fire officer in charge of the incident had ordered sprinklers at the premises to be turned off.
    • Areas of the building prone to fires must have fire alarms and automatic sprinklers.