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avatar
American English: /ˈævəˌtɑr/
British English: /ˈavətɑː/

Translation of avatar in Spanish:

noun

  • 2 (Computing)
    Example sentences
    • On a lighter note, that the ghetto has become a contended space can be finally demonstrated by a look at its virtual avatars in cyberspace.
    • In terms of self-representation, the homepage is like a statue carved out of marble labelled carefully at the bottom where the weblog is like an avatar in cyberspace that we wear like a skin.
    • Services and products being explored include avatar conferencing, avatars for computer games, avatar fashion websites, avatars for next-generation mobile communications and avatar e-mail.

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