Traducción de section en español:
- 1 1.1 (of object, newspaper, orchestra) sección (feminine); (of machine, piece of furniture) parte (feminine); (of road) tramo (masculine); (of city, population, public opinion) sector (masculine); (of orange) gajo (masculine) the first section of the book la primera parte del libro section two, subsection one (of document) artículo dos, punto or inciso primeroExample sentences
- The collection is divided into four sections with each section arranged around a particular subject.
- Part down the middle, then divide hair into sections, front to back.
- Inside it was divided into two distinct sections.
- I mean, the odd thing is that Clinton devoted a large section of the book to his childhood.
- The book is divided into three main sections covering background, methods, and applications.
- Perhaps you could include a small section devoted to explaining the 100 most common acronyms.
Example sentences1.2 (unit of land measurement) (American English/inglés norteamericano) [ 640 acres o 2,59km2 ]
- I decided to walk through the Islamic section of town to Cairo's infamous bazaar and check it out for myself.
- In large cities, such as Kano or Katsina, Hausa live either in the old sections of town or in newer quarters built for civil servants.
- In the intervening three months, yet another airplane crashed, this time into a residential section of New York City.
- The brass section of an orchestra typically consists of trumpets, horns, trombones, and tubas.
- The only music to be heard was some of the brass section tuning up their instruments.
- At that time, women in London could only play in the wind sections of the BBC Symphony and the English Chamber Orchestras.
- Here they talk about acres, but in West Texas we measure land in sections.
- With the help of other concerned citizens, they eventually succeeded in gaining a permit to graze their flocks on 14 sections of Forest Service land.
- 2 2.1 (department) sección (feminine) the design section la sección de diseño (before noun/delante del nombre) [manager/supervisor] de sección 2.2 [Military/Militar] sección (feminine)Example sentences
- In Bosnia, IO staff sections were formed in units below brigade.
- It is our tank sections and infantry squads that invariably make contact with hostile forces, not companies or battalions.
- Basson is still working for South Africa in its military's medical section.
- Soldiers will be trained to deploy as individuals, sections or units.
- Due to the nature of current combat operations in Iraq, our primary mounted maneuver unit is the section.
- A unit of action may vary from a nine-man infantry section through to a 3500-person brigade.
- Last year Swinney, who has faced constant sniping about his leadership credentials from some sections within the party, faced down a challenge by Glasgow activist Bill Wilson.
- This was the line pursued at the time by the body politic and large sections of the media to justify a knee-jerk reaction and savage state repression.
- They accused some sections of that body of trying to frustrate the inquiry.
- 3 (in geometry, drawing) sección (feminine), corte (masculine) a vertical/horizontal section una sección or un corte vertical/horizontalExample sentences
- This technique involves mentally dividing the image in the viewfinder up into a grid of three horizontal and vertical sections.
- The vector field represents a vertical section through a vortex ring.
- 4 4.1 (thin slice) sección (feminine) 4.2 (in surgery) sección (feminine)Example sentences
- Obviously, if you have to deliver via Caesarian section it will take longer for you to get back on your bike.
- Once considered unthinkable, vaginal delivery after a previous caesarean section remains a safe option for many women.
- The mother had an elective cesarean section in order to ensure proper management of the airway during delivery.
- The animal from which the tissue sections are prepared is important.
- Immunohistochemical studies were performed using formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tissue sections of the cyst wall.
- Sets of transverse, serial thin sections were prepared to document growth and increase in detail.
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 2 (cut through) [prism/rock] seccionar, hacer* un corte de
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