Translation of virtual in Spanish:

virtual

Pronunciation: /ˈvəːtʃʊ(ə)l//ˈvəːtjʊəl//ˈvərtʃ(u)əl/

adjective

  • 1

    (de facto)
    traffic is at a virtual standstill el tráfico está prácticamente paralizado
    • he has become a virtual dictator prácticamente / de hecho se ha convertido en un dictador
    • With the virtual extinction of cod in the North Sea and serious problems with hake and haddock, the commission accepted that previous measures had failed.
    • Despite the virtual absence of pollutants and allergens there, fully one-third of the population of about 300 are asthma sufferers.
    • The aim for the US, says the head of US Customs, is to have a smarter border, a virtual border far afield from American shores.
    • The latest one-day action brought bus and underground services to a virtual halt in nearly 50 cities, with the exception of the capital Paris.
    • Eastern provinces near the Pakistan border have also become virtual no-go areas.
    • But many of his views now seem to be echoed in Lord Ouseley's report, which described ‘a virtual apartheid’ in many of Bradford's secondary schools.
    • Friday's phone conversation marked the first time she had contact with a Japanese Diet member since her release from nearly 20 months of virtual house arrest.
    • We are only just in the process of developing laws that may protect our closest evolutionary relatives, the other hominids, from virtual extinction.
    • Newman understood church history as the recounting of all that is known about the progress of the kingdom of Christ on earth, a definition in virtual agreement with Schaff.
    • The high plinth of the temple is a virtual tapestry of sculpture, with bands of dancing figures, animals, vegetation and other objects coming to life on its surface.
    • But they won't give the Red Sox the virtual certainty of a solid outing and a day of rest for the bullpen that Martinez does.
    • Later Mrs Marsh ran a bed and breakfast business but that ended years ago and they were described by residents as virtual recluses.
    • One day the richest among us could turn nearly immortal, becoming virtual Gods to the rest of us.
    • Their findings offer scientists and herders a virtual history book describing how cattle, crucial to so many Africans, came to be so genetically diverse.
    • For the past 24 hours coalition air and missile raids have come to a virtual standstill, according to a Kyodo News reporter in the capital.
    • The protests have been met with a virtual blackout by the media in Detroit, which has reacted generally with fear and confusion.
    • The first is the cost of research and the need for profits to justify such costs; the second is the absence from virtual markets of the purely profit-based phenomenon of arbitrage.
    • Although he is a capable wicket-keeper and it enables the national side to play him as a virtual all rounder, his keeping has never quite reached the same high standard as his batting.
    • In some ways rather more disappointing was the virtual absence of alcohol from the tournament.
    • This trend is quite worrisome because, in the virtual absence of private investment, public sector spending is expected to be a major source of stimulus to the economy.
    • The technology of virtual education can revise or remake the limits, which are given us by our histories and by nature.
    • The software also supports multiple virtual desktops.
    • You won't learn how to bake a cake or wallpaper the kitchen but you will have a thumping, pumping, roller-coaster ride through the virtual world of computer and video games.
    • The software that drives the virtual tape engine emulates tape devices on disk and manages the movement of data from cache to tape and back.
    • It describes a virtual world that challenges how we perceive the real world.
    • Mark described how a virtual tour is particularly beneficial for hotels, B&Bs and attraction centres.
    • If things go right and you decide to meet your virtual lover, here are some tips on how to maintain your safety when arranging face-to-face meetings.
    • Once they figured out how to get Trojans onto computer, creating their own virtual spamming super computer, spammers have adopted this method for most of the spam they send out.
    • The result is that the markets of these games have spilled out of their virtual borders and into the real world.
    • There is a major need for expert mediated virtual libraries (VLs) of well-selected and described links to scholarly and educational resources.
    • Since students only need the Internet to access the virtual computer lab, no physical presence on-campus is required.
    • The software offers a virtual disk assignment that replaced more complex hardware-intensive reconfigurations.
    • Meanwhile the virtualization engine maps the virtual devices to actual physical devices.
    • A virtual break-in is nearly impossible in theory, but it is never wise to count out that one clever hacker.
    • He explained that the software agents act as virtual astronomers, collecting, analysing and interpreting data continually.
    • One museum Web site featured a virtual tour of the museum's physical galleries.
    • Eliminate any software that creates virtual disk volumes.
    • Facebook will hold virtual townhall meetings and will collect comments on the documents until March 29.
    • Yet it is the teachers who must make the virtual classroom - with all its practicalities - actually function.
    • First, the judge ruled that a player has a claim of ownership to virtual property in computer game.
    • I've learned that I don't have the patience to minister to something that beeps every three minutes and those damn virtual pets are nearly impossible to kill.
    • This paper explores the potential for developing virtual dissection software for physical collaboration.
    • It is the closest to the Avatar or virtual agent that I described above that I have heard about.
    • The Dutch town of Almere will host the world's first virtual city supercomputer or computer grid.
    • It is worth recognising that, until recently, usage of such virtual workstation software has usually been limited to those with relatively well-developed IT skills.
  • 2

    (office/image/memory)
    virtual