Translation of suction in Spanish:

suction

succión, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsəkʃ(ə)n//ˈsʌkʃ(ə)n/

noun

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    succión feminine
    (of water, air etc) aspiración feminine
    (pump/valve) (before noun) de succión
    • As Thomas points out, these studies achieved negative pressure by using wall suction devices or surgical vacuum bottles.
    • It has mechanical arms that can grab and dig as well as water jets and suction pipes to gently clear away mud and sand.
    • The capillary was connected to a vacuum pump and the suction pressure could be regulated with a manometer.
    • Limpets can alternate between suction adhesion and gluing in a predictable pattern that corresponds with their activity and the tides.
    • By inserting a vacuum cleaner hose in one small hole and using a smoke gun in a second small hole, a contractor can see if the smoke is pulled down into the second hole by the force of the vacuum cleaner's suction.
    • The important matter is not to procrastinate but to reach a diagnosis rapidly and operate immediately after the patient has been stabilized with nasogastric suction and I.V. fluids.
    • Possibly, some bacteria are introduced into the distal in-line suction connection during attachment and removal of the common suction tubing.
    • Some machines combine both hydroexcavation and sewer cleaning by water jetting and vacuum suction.
    • Refrigerant flows through the mixing chamber in a swirling or other turbulent pattern and into the suction chamber through circumferentially spaced openings.
    • The exhaust pipes of soil suction systems must vent 10 feet or more above the ground, and away from windows, doors, or other openings that could allow the radon to re-enter the house.
    • This conducts a high volume of air through many small cyclones simultaneously, giving it enhanced constant suction power to pick up even more dirt and debris.
    • The anesthetic drops also serve to moisten the corneal surface area, which promotes suction ring adhesion.
    • Test solutions were removed from the perfusion chamber by suction via a vacuum pump.
    • If all devitalised tissue has been confidently excised we favour immediate coverage with meshed, split skin grafts secured with a foam vacuum suction dressing.
    • Solvents were eluted by vacuum suction into collection plates.
    • The scrub person prepares all cords for monitors, surgical devices, and fluid and suction tubes ahead of time and gathers them in a sterile towel.
    • After 24 hours, all excess fluid was removed by suction from each protein-loaded cylinder.
    • These were small, transparent plastic cones suspended from rings of 3 cm diam, as can be bought from aquatic shops, secured onto the edge of the tank using suction pads.
    • The team's previous research ruled out two other possible forms of adhesion: suction and chemical bonding.
    • The applied suction pressure caused xylem sap flow into the capillary where it could be collected with a syringe.