Translation of atmospherics in Spanish:

atmospherics

Pronunciation: /ˌætməsˈferɪks/

plural noun/nombre plural

  • [Radio] interferencias (feminine plural)
    More example sentences
    • The distance between flight tracks would depend on weather and atmospherics and how they impacted on radar range.
    • Your preflight weather briefing can be somewhat more critical in winter, because weather moves so quickly that a destination only 100 miles away may have dramatically different atmospherics than your point of departure.
    • While the far west may have the more vicious winter temperatures, often subceeding minus 40 degrees C, the northeast is infamous for its radically changeable winter atmospherics.

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