Translation of streamline in Spanish:

streamline

Pronunciation /ˈstrimˌlaɪn//ˈstriːmlʌɪn/

transitive verb

  • 1

    (plane/car) hacer más aerodinámico el diseño de
    (car/plane) aerodinamizar
    exercises to streamline thighs and hips ejercicios para estilizar los muslos y las caderas
    • It was about half the size of a cruise ship, and as streamlined as the best money could buy.
    • Keeping your body straight in the water, keeping streamlined, will determine how fast you'll go.
    • Avoid adverse yaw by allowing the ailerons to streamline when there's no crosswind present.
    • The widely spaced landing gear had tight spats around the wheels and tires and was quite streamlined.
    • Its body is sleek and streamlined, with muscles especially adapted to give a good forward push in water.
    • Its body shape is streamlined, allowing it to slip smoothly and effortlessly through open water.
    • This will burn more fuel because of the extra drag caused by the rudder and because the aircraft is no longer streamlined.
    • Another advantage of these floats is that, being thicker based and less streamlined, they do not impact so deeply into the water.
    • Then go back and do it again, but with your arms streamlined overhead (extended body position).
    • This helps develop hand speed and awareness of water speed as well as streamlining at above race speed.
    • Rigs need to be tough, but streamlined and functional without any unnecessary trappings.
    • Towards the end of the war, Barnes Wallis began working on the R.80 airship, deviating from the traditional Zeppelin design by streamlining the craft.
    • There is no denying its sleek, streamlined body is a thing of beauty.
    • Efficient cowling would not only benefit cooling but would also add to streamlining and an increase in overall performance.
    • Stretching helps elongate our limbs, making our legs as streamlined as possible.
    • Their sleek bodies were long and tall, yet slim and streamlined, their long tails bushy and stylishly curved.
    • The boat they are moving is less heavy, more streamlined and floats a lot higher in the water.
    • They were streamlined, laterally compressed fish with a bony skeleton and thick bony scales.
    • It was silver and streamlined and while I knew absolutely nothing about cars, it looked expensive.
    • A new streamlined windscreen was added along with modified airframe fillets.
  • 2

    (production/organization) racionalizar
    (organization/production) hacer más eficiente
    • We have streamlined the way to get your action-packed sports on to the pages as quickly and reliably as possible.
    • The provincial government, meanwhile, says it is undertaking the changes as part of its effort to streamline the health care system.
    • In recent years her style has become more sophisticated, elegant and streamlined.
    • The game is crying out for one governing body that is both streamlined and fully accountable to the clubs.
    • The focus of this initiative is to streamline hiring processes and increase hiring flexibility.
    • Regional and domestic services will be realigned and streamlined to provide an improved and more cost effective service.
    • The first version of a report is usually further streamlined and even revised in a bid to improve its logic and style.
    • The program is in good shape theoretically, but it needs to be speeded up and streamlined.
    • He said he would like to see worldwide aid distribution facilities streamlined, and possibly increased in number.
    • It has 24 civilian staff and efforts have been made to improve its computer record system to streamline services.
    • Now these two bodies could be streamlined into one committee.
    • So firstly he has stated that disciplinary proceedings will be streamlined and speeded up.
    • Year after year producers promise a shorter, more streamlined and somehow more sophisticated program.
    • Rearranging the shop floor layout opened up thousands of square feet and streamlined the process.
    • ‘We want to introduce new efficiencies and streamline the service as much as possible,’ Mr McCarthy said.
    • Finding a partner who can provide strategic direction and streamline the design process can ensure a positive user experience for your customers.
    • We're not people who like to show the joints within the work - everything is sleek and streamlined.
    • Anyway, they all smiled when I showed them the new streamlined, easy to read form.
    • A lot of Taiwanese companies do not even have a basic information system to keep their information flow streamlined.
    • Along the way he streamlined the process in place to handle borrowed vehicle pickups.