Definición de swipe en inglés:

swipe

Saltos de línea: swipe
Pronunciación: /swʌɪp
 
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informal

verbo

[with object]
  • 1Hit or try to hit with a swinging blow: she swiped me right across the nose [no object]: Lola stood on the balcony, swiping at the moths
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    • He was swiping at the air with his hockey stick as if that would help.
    • He is cranky and on several occasions has tried to swipe at or bite the tourists.
    • The coyote snapped at one of the wolves, and the two foxes, with smaller teeth and claws, but teeth and claws nonetheless, began snapping and swiping at the two wolves that snapped back at them.
    Sinónimos
    strike, swing, hit, slap, cuff, lash out
    informal belt, wallop, sock, biff, clout
  • 3Pass (a swipe card) through an electronic device designed to read and process the information encoded on it.
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    • 'Besides,' he continued, swiping his I.D. pass through an electronic lock, 'the kids trust us.'
    • Although the door the intruder used to enter the building can only be opened by swiping a security pass, it takes a considerable time to close, allowing the student time to get in.
    • A register might be taken electronically after children had swiped their way into class.
  • 3.1Move (one’s finger) across a touchscreen in order to activate a function: simply swipe a finger across the phone’s display screen to switch to another program [no object]: swipe to the left on the main navigation page and you’ll see a user login menu
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    • Swipe your finger left or right on any notification in the list, or tap the "X" at the top-right to dismiss all notifications at once.
    • You scroll by swiping a finger along the frame.
    • When you swipe one finger from right to left, the Charms menu quickly appears.

sustantivo

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  • 1A sweeping blow: he missed the ball with his first swipe
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    • Justin turned aside the blow with a quick swipe, and countered with a low sweep, hoping to get Timothy to jump over the blade.
    • His upward swipe countered the first two's downward blows.
    • The officer, a commander by the looks of it, parried his blow before attempting another swipe.
    Sinónimos
    strike, stroke, swing, hit, slap, brush, cuff, clip
    informal belt, wallop
  • 1.1An attack or criticism: he took a swipe at his critics
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    • In accepting the award, he paid tribute to the role fans played in turning his movies into a success and took a swipe at critics in the process.
    • He took a swipe at earlier press reports which claimed he would take advantage of the company and sell the properties as soon as he could after the two-year period to pocket profits.
    • He took a swipe at the Democratic candidates yesterday who want to roll back his cuts, claiming the reductions have fuelled a broad economic recovery in the US.
  • 2An act or instance of moving one’s finger across a touchscreen to activate a function: a swipe to the right archives or deletes the message
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    • I was unable to move between full-screen apps using the sideways four-fingered swipe.
    • A web browser is one of few places where a two-fingered swipe can be ambiguous.
    • Your basic attack move is a one-fingered swipe on your target.

Derivativos

swipeable

(also swipable) adjetivo
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  • It makes the spartan Wikipedia page look a little cooler, offering entries in a swipeable, typeset format for casual perusing.
  • Each section provides a swipeable timeline - with tappable links to more content.
  • The app also makes viewing multiple pages easier, adding a swipeable menu at the bottom of its user interface that lets you easily switch between open web pages.

swiper

sustantivo
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  • The way the swipers use the information might surprise them as well: Some bars and restaurants scan driver's licenses to catch underage drinkers and fake IDs, but they're also using the information for marketing purposes.
  • Jack had no interest in having anyone assist him and if he had, a swiper of his earlier drawings was the last guy he'd have hired, so the offer was politely declined.
  • The Navy has even put a swiper by the door of the chapel as a substitute for the Sunday church-service collection plate, says Cmdr.

Origen

mid 18th century: perhaps a variant of sweep.

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Pronunciación: skəʊʃ
noun
a small amount; a little