In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1Mechanicsválvula feminineinlet/outlet valve — válvula de entrada/salida feminine
- If automatic valves are used, they should be controlled from a central location and be easy to override with manual controls.
- Multifunctional tools, such as graders, require an electrical outlet and switches on the loader to control hydraulic diverter valves.
- The patented sensitive microphone detects the noise of a water leak transmitted along pipes, valves, and hydrants and through the ground.
- Its speed can be influenced by the waste-gate valve, which is controlled by the pressure-driven converter.
- The pump design accomplishes all fluid control functions while eliminating valves that can clog, fatigue, and fail, causing accuracy drifting and pump failure over time.
- The pipelines are controlled by computer systems, linked to sensors and automatic valves to manage the speed of flow.
- The required ingredients are then pumped from their storage areas through a series of valves and pipes that eventually lead to the blend tanks.
- For example, every fixture must include an isolation valve to allow maintenance personnel to shut down individual fixtures.
- To remove the clog, close the shutoff valve at the bottom of the radiator and unscrew the air vent.
- The main tanks were fitted with simultaneously opening dump valves controlled by either pilot.
- Using them would mean that attachments could be installed without disassembly of the main control valve or draining of hydraulic fluids.
- Close the water valves and disconnect the water lines just above the valves and the drain piping at the trap.
- The main type of central heating system is wet - where hot water is circulated through pipes and goes to radiators with valves that control the amount of time it spends there.
- One of the safety shutoff valves had closed in the coolant system of the third engine.
- All control valves are located on the left side of the machine for convenience.
- If you choose to have a fountain in your water garden, place the control valve from the fountain assembly onto the top outlet of the pump.
- The system is regulated by a height control valve which allows fluid to move between spheres to keep the car level.
- Such valves allow the intake of air but not the outflow.
- On offer is a 3 litre petrol engine V6 with four valves per cylinder.
- If the burner doesn't ignite quickly, shut off the valves, leave the lid open and allow the grill to air out for several minutes before you try to light it again.
1.2(on tire)válvula feminine
1.3(on musical instrument)pistón masculine
- The later introduction of valves extended the versatility of brass instruments to cover the full chromatic scale.
- The soloists played on natural horns, instruments that have no valves and are not as powerful as their modern descendants.
- For trumpeters the left hand acts merely as a clamp holding the instrument whilst the three valves are operated by fingers of the right hand.
- During pregnancy, hormones relax the muscles in your digestive tract, including the valve in the esophagus.
- If the heart valves can't open and close correctly, blood can't flow smoothly.
- Veins become varicose when valves in the veins closest to the skin's surface don't function correctly.
- The condition results from problems with valves in the veins of the leg.
- When crocodiles are completely submerged, the ears and nostrils are closed by valves, and the eyes covered by membranes.
2BritishElectronicsválvula femininelámpara feminine
3(of shellfish)valva feminine
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