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dump
Inglés americano: /dəmp/
Inglés británico: /dʌmp/

Traducción de dump en español:

noun

  • 3 (Computing)
    dump (masculine)
    vuelco (masculine) or volcado (masculine) de memoria
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • Attempts to track keystrokes and transfer graphics buffer memory contents are bypassed, he said, and it will be a lot more difficult to find critical data from main memory dumps.
    • Sure, they don't do physical memory dumps (and as such don't allow you do undo things that were only performed in memory in the first place), but that's what Hibernate is for.
    • The idea is that eventually we'll max out the AI's storage space, forcing it to do a memory dump.
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • It is worth noting that IMAP is a text-based protocol, so a simple ASCII dump of the packet contents is an appropriate way to show them.
    • Trouble is, the raw dump consists entirely of memory addresses.
    • Instead of file system dumps, this data set contained specific file system information such as changed files, inode information, and important log files.
  • 4 (unpleasant place) [colloquial]
    lugar (masculine) de mala muerte
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • Ricky was the manager, or boss, of this dump of a convenient store.
    • Someday, she'd own her own store but until then she was stuck working in this dump.
    • I refrain from saying anything but I'm surprised anyone could be protective of this dump.
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • They stage stunts in which, in but one example, they take a dump in a toilet on display in a hardware store.
    • I sure don't want to lug my computer into the bathroom while I take a dump and read…
    • Or is that just for us regular folk who don't drink champagne for breakfast and take dumps on solid gold toilets?
  • 5
    also: dumps plural
    [colloquial]to be (down) in the dumps
    estar or andar con la depre [colloquial]
    estar or andar con el ánimo por el suelo

transitive verb

  • 2 2.1 (set on ground)
    (load/sand/soil)
    he dumped the bags (down) beside the car
    plantó las maletas junto al coche [colloquial]
    2.2 (leave) [colloquial] the taxi dumped us (off) at the airport
    el taxi nos dejó en el aeropuerto
    where can I dump my things?
    ¿dónde puedo dejar or poner mis cosas?
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • ‘Make yourselves comfortable,’ said Raphael as he dumped his bag carelessly on the sofa.
    • She carelessly dumped her books and pens on the table and, aggravated, slumped into the expensive chair.
    • She walked over in a rush to her table, and dumped her bag heavily on the floor next to her.
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • When her boyfriend dumps her, you are secretly delighted.
    • If my boyfriend dumps me, I'm only picking up a block of tofu if I can throw it at his head.
    • He'd been really lax since his girlfriend dumped him.
    2.3 (Computing)
    (data/disks)
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • After a set amount of time, if power is not yet restored, the system will dump data from the cache to the attached RAID systems.
    • It will do this automatically, and its data will be dumped onto a public website where anyone can access it.
    • Now's your chance to dump some of those really large cached files.
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • The last parameters mean the filesystem should not be dumped and checked in the second order.

intransitive verb

Verbos con partícula

dump on

verb + preposition + object
to dump on somebody (American English) [colloquial]
hablar pestes de alguien [colloquial]
poner verde a alguien (Spain) [colloquial]

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