In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(conveyance)transmisión femininethe transmission of light/sound/radio waves — la transmisión de luz/sonido/ondas de radio
- Spread of infectious disease in this manner is called droplet spread or droplet transmission.
- Limited human-to-human transmission of the virus is not considered a serious danger.
- We also can anticipate a shift in strategies to prevent perinatal transmission in the United States.
- The primary route of transmission is dirty hands, clothing and equipment.
- Teaching and learning isn't just a matter of skill acquisition or knowledge transmission.
- The balloon rises 100 feet in the air, and you have an unlimited number of transmission towers.
- Good adherence to therapy, resulting in undetectable virus loads, will reduce virus transmission within the community.
- So, the use of tools is an accumulation and transmission of social knowledge.
- I wondered too if we will ever find a way for a more efficient transmission of knowledge.
- Since the 17th century in Europe, text has been privileged over oral transmission of knowledge.
- How do you account for this increase in HIV transmission to women in this part of the world?
- There are chapters on tools, materials, and even the latest in home data transmission lines.
- Optical and transmission electron microscopy were performed on the samples.
- It's the first known case of rabies transmission through solid organ transplantation.
- Our company is currently undertaking some of transmission system upgrade work.
- Even the most simple information can be forgotten or distorted in the process of transmission.
- Health investigators have been concerned to identify quickly any possible cases of human-to-human transmission of the disease.
- Thailand last week reported its first probable case of human-to-human transmission of the virus.
- It is not the only drug that can be used to reduce mother-to-child HIV transmission.
- An example is an early experiment in Hawaii which found a cluster of childhood leukaemia near some radio transmission towers.
- The envelope contains whatever information is needed to accomplish transmission and delivery.
- Population models have been used to good effect in modeling cultural transmission processes.
2(broadcasting)transmisión feminineemisión feminine
- Instead, he reset his own comm so that it would send a transmission on a low frequency band.
- It had editorial responsibility for all programme transmissions, once the channel controllers programme selection had been made.
- Some government agencies intercept satellite and other transmissions.
- From September 1961 all first transmissions of schools programmes would be simultaneously networked.
- Well, apparently, they're secret spy radio transmissions, broadcasting the encoded messages of the world's secret services.
- Satellites, if funded, could easily detect the transmissions sent by these tags.
- This region also includes shortwave radio transmissions and television broadcasts.
- This is typically done to avoid creating problems with analog satellite transmissions.
- It was an incoming transmission broadcasted in real time; a live video feed was waiting answering.
- As promised, a nice work of art to act as my test card whilst my transmissions stop for a week or so.
- Mobile phone frequencies were similar to radio, television and police radio transmissions that people live with every day, she said.
- This had all followed years of test transmissions and experimental broadcasts in the early to mid thirties.
- There is a bigger theoretical risk of getting sun stroke from moonlight than coming to harm from satellite transmissions with or without dishes in the locality.
- There would, too, be various devices on this upper tier capable of projecting slogans onto the clouds and broadcasting radio transmissions.
- Yes, as narrow bandwidth transmissions, the signals are simple to describe.
- The communication stationaries sent transmissions to the other ships to land.
- He'd send transmissions from public areas, and yet somehow manage to remain completely anonymous.
- The transmissions were sent at the speed of light through the air to the distant mission control.
- The moment will be beamed by satellite transmission to television and radio stations around the world.
- It was the source of the first scheduled British colour television transmissions in 1967.
3feminine transmisiónBiology feminine transmisión
4Motor Vehiclestransmisión feminineautomatic transmission — transmisión automática
- before noun transmission shaft — eje de transmisión
- The transmission has a planetary gear train and a hydrodynamic torque converter.
- Generally extremely hot at this time of year, the summer weather puts added strain on the engines, transmissions and suspensions alike.
- Over the years I have driven many small cars - all solidly built with a reputation for reliable engines and transmissions.
- They are equipped with four-cylinder engines and automatic transmissions.
- These adjustments are only for vehicles with automatic transmissions.
- You want this in hydraulic systems and in transmissions, axles, and other elements of the power train.
- The radiator, transmission, rear housing and fuel cell are just a few of the parts that can be put to use in another car.
- New engines and transmissions can cost more and deliver less, so these premium products don't always give the best fuel mileage.
- The three most expensive parts of an automobile are the body, the engine and the transmission.
- Floor pressings, suspension units, engines and transmissions were much the same and the maker could ring changes with the bodywork.
- As he worked on carburetors, engines, and transmissions, he did something unusual.
- The engine growled and the transmission grated, then settled down again as the truck started up a grade.
- Cars with power steering, air conditioning and automatic transmissions are not good candidates.
- There will be different combinations of engines and transmissions.
- The 14L engine is coupled directly to the rear axle without a transmission or clutch.
- In the motor pool, mechanics pulled the transmission from a bomb-battered Humvee.
- The mechanic said the transmission's clutch pack burned due to a faulty oil pump.
- Shift speed is also improved on vehicles equipped with automatic transmissions.
- A computer connected to the driver's panel and to the transmission system controls the engine.
- Engines and transmissions are manufactured at dozens of plants in the United States, Canada and Mexico.
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