Definición de grid in Inglés gridPronunciación: /grɪd/Traducir grid | al francés | al alemán | al italiano | al español noun 1a framework of spaced bars that are parallel to or cross each other; a grating: the metal grids had been pulled across the foyer 2a network of lines that cross each other to form a series of squares or rectangles:a grid of tree-lined streets a grid of regular squares on a map that are marked with numbers or letters to enable a place to be precisely located. a pattern of lines marking the starting places on a motor-racing track:the 20-year-old didn’t get the best of starts off the grid a field for American football; a gridiron. 3a network of cables or pipes for distributing power, especially high-voltage transmission lines for electricity:the reactor was connected to the grid in 1985 Computing a number of computers linked together via the Internet so that their combined power may be harnessed to work on difficult problems. 4 Electronics an electrode placed between the cathode and anode of a thermionic valve or cathode ray tube, serving to control or modulate the flow of electrons. verb [with object] (usually as adjective gridded) put into or set out as a grid:a core of gridded streetsPhrases off the grid chiefly US not connected to the basic services, especially electricity. Origin: mid 19th century: back-formation from gridirongrid en otros diccionarios Oxford Definición de grid en el diccionario de Inglés de EE.UU.