Translation of vertical in Spanish:


vertical, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈvəːtɪk(ə)l//ˈvərdək(ə)l/


  • 1

    (wall/line/descent) vertical
    there was a vertical drop to the sea below había una caída a pique hasta el mar
    • vertical take-off despegue vertical
    • The green line is charted against the left vertical axis.
    • The navigator switches on the radar system and the antenna extends, turning through 90° from the horizontal to the vertical plane.
    • But gravity actually functions as a source of support for structures that are properly aligned around a predominantly vertical axis.
    • The earthquake resulted from horizontal displacement of the ground across a nearly vertical fault plane.
    • These are vertical planes of horizontally stacked planks of wood backed by a pole or beam planted in the ground.
    • Their eyes fluttered across the breadth of vertical and horizontal planes, missing no detail of change.
    • The added patterns were folded, and profiles in horizontal and vertical direction were obtained for further analysis.
    • The climb ahead was nearly vertical in ascent with few to none hand holds.
    • Genes are represented by branches along the left vertical axis.
    • We all shouted ' hold tight ' and then we were almost vertical going up this massive wave.
    • Layered gabbros at the deeper levels have been rotated so that their layering is nearly vertical.
    • Lines every 15 feet divide the field into squares, both in horizontal and vertical direction.
    • One mirror has a thick vertical fluorescent orange stripe of paint running up its center, the other a horizontal.
    • The ship was capable of doing a completely vertical takeoff, when she was on her feet.
    • These corners appear in the horizontal and vertical planes.
    • Next she removed a scalpel from her first aid kit and made a small vertical incision into the trachea.
    • First, penetration of the environment is essentially in the vertical plane rather than horizontal.
    • The true parameter values used in the simulations are shown as shaded vertical bars.
    • The cloth denotes both vertical and horizontal planes as pure modulation, without any opposition between them.
    • The inclinometers are 2-way sensors which record rotations with the vertical direction in two orthogonal vertical planes.
  • 2

    (amalgamation/monopoly) vertical
    vertical mobility movilidad social feminine
    • One is large companies coming together in their industries to create vertical marketplaces to streamline procurement.
    • With all firings, Chrysler ended up stripping out several levels of management, with a much flatter vertical hierarchy.
    • Note that each graph has a different vertical scale.
    • Still, the opportunities of vertical retailing are strong lures.
    • To be vertical is not easy, but it is the only way to offer customers quality and consistency.
    • Leach's worry is that vertical integration will stifle competition.
    • This vertical contact between grade levels was further enhanced through assignments to committees that established curricular goals.
    • Its initiative resulted in the early twentieth century in a process of vertical segmentation or pluralism known as pillarization.
    • ‘A lot of the design process in such a vertical house involves figuring out how to get people around,’ says Ranon.
    • We're vertical, supplying the tools to other Web sites.
    • Thus, the objective of this article is to empirically test the market power motive of vertical integration-a different objective from that of Bhuyan.
    • This type of marginality can be illustrated easily in antiquity in relation to hierarchy, or vertical social ranking.
    • It emphasized lateral links between members of the same class rather than vertical cross-class national solidarities.
    • The initial approach was to have different block exemptions for different types of vertical agreement.
    • The human being possesses levels of reality situated in the vertical hierarchy of body, soul and spirit.
    • We don't usually divide it into vertical levels, and no particular distinction is made in terms of correspondences depending on depth.
    • ‘We are a completely vertical toy company, like none other,’ Booker says.
    • Under vertical FDI, the corporation keeps control of the various stages of a production process.
    • Scinduism must do away with the vertical hierarchy of castes and the complete plethora of superstitious beliefs.
    • That's why Resolve is designed to encourage vertical work.
    • The great sugar entrepreneur also saw the profit to be made in vertical integration.
    • ‘Lawson continues to have good products and a good vertical strategy,’ says Sholler.
    • As a consequence, we see today, the disintegration of vertical industries and the rapid growth of global specialists.
    • The vertical dimension of a cluster consists of firms with complementary products and competencies that are linked through supplier and customer relations.
    • Managerial employees, anxious about job security and access to vertical mobility, may pressure themselves into working longer hours.
    • First, I analyze prior research on the impact of vertical cooperation on firm performance and present the theoretical framework.
    • You aren't sure of what you've read, once you get to the end of the horizontal line in the process of creating a vertical meaning.
    • There are two types of vertical market-places, which bring buyers and sellers together to facilitate transactions.
    • In the vertical production structure, work is contracted out to households, which use child labour freely.


  • 1

    the vertical la vertical
    • off vertical inclinado
    • The walls angle away from the vertical by 10 degrees and wrap around to create a rising spiral shape that can be read from both inside and outside.
    • Its harbour elevation tilts out at approximately 8 degrees from the vertical; the elevation to the Adriatic at twice that incline.
    • The best direction for the thrust line is thus not the same as the gravitational vertical.
    • At noon on midsummer's day he measured the length of the shadow, and calculated that the sun was 7° south of the vertical.
    • Gravi-responding hypocotyls or coleoptiles can likewise show enormous variations in trajectory back to the vertical.
    • The engine began to hum and the metal supports moved the shuttle ninety degrees to the vertical.
    • The horizontal plane addressed, we now turn to the vertical.
    • We will control the horizontal; we will control the vertical.
    • In one motion they flip from the horizontal to the vertical.
    • From the horizontal line that crossed the vertical, the line curved around and met the bottom end of the vertical.
    • The defendant's lintel had a rear support which was inclined 6° or 8° from the vertical.
    • When it comes to the comments feature, remember that I control the horizontal and the vertical.
    • If the signal is slightly mistuned, the line is a bit buckled and rotated against the vertical.
    • Simeon shoots with a recurve bow in which the ends curve up to the vertical whereas a long bow is D-shaped.
    • Friction with the table top forces the egg to rise up in a series of little jerks, and this shifts the axis of symmetry somewhat towards the vertical.
    • The concrete curves seem to organize the circulation routes, the horizontal as well as the vertical.
    • The original photo the designer found and cropped on the vertical at the far right just didn't have the resolution for the job.
    • When doing this turn, the swimmer would roll to his side, keeping his shoulders just shy of the vertical.
    • Like the stern, the bow itself is upside-down, its line rising just off the vertical from the seabed with keel uppermost.