Translation of wavelength in Spanish:

wavelength

longitud de onda, n.

Pronunciation /ˈweɪvlɛn(t)θ//ˈweɪvˌlɛŋ(k)θ//ˈweɪvlɛŋ(k)θ/

noun

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    longitud de onda feminine
    to be on the same wavelength estar en la misma onda
    • she wasn't on the same wavelength as the others no estaba en la misma onda que los demás
    • Generally you have to do what the director thinks and very rarely do you find a director who is on the same wavelength as you.
    • I've got a certain way of interviewing players to see if they are on the same wavelength.
    • ‘We had a few laughs and found we were very much on the same wavelength,’ says Currie.
    • I think the President was on the same wavelength.
    • He didn't seem to be on the same wavelength as we were, or anyone else in the pub for that matter.
    • Convincing people with money to make the movie is difficult enough, but getting them on the same wavelength as the filmmaker is almost impossible.
    • In this the United States and Saudi Arabia, with its considerable oil revenues, were on the same wavelength.
    • ‘Dave and Andy are much more on the same wavelength,’ he says.
    • Of course, sometimes we have arguments about things, but we're always on the same wavelength.
    • But soon she found that she and Giles were pretty much on the same wavelength.
    • He is bursting with ideas and characters and energy and just wants to see if you are on the same wavelength.
    • I think I'm on the same wavelength as many of them.
    • Maybe he should call a meeting with is chosen henchmen and discuss the plan, because they are not working on the same wavelength here.
    • Right from the word go, he was on the same wavelength as his young guest.
    • Captain Ed and I are on the same wavelength!
    • We are on the same wavelength and had a lot of fun over the first two days.
    • In many ways, this being on the same wavelength makes for easy and fluent conversation.
    • ‘Most problems are a result of misunderstandings where partners are not operating on the same wavelength,’ said Barrie.
    • You could go up to a stranger and know they were on the same wavelength.
    • When you're on the same wavelength, the two of you are unstoppable.