- 1 1.1 u (support) respaldo (m), apoyo (m); (before n) [team/equipment] de refuerzoMore example sentences
More example sentences1.2 c [Comput] copia (f) de seguridad; (before n) [disk/file] de reserva, de seguridad
- Support groups providing backup for people to resist the cravings are available in Darwen and Accrington, with a new group expected to start in Clitheroe next month.
- A support boat will provide backup throughout the challenge.
- The next meeting will take place in November and will include such items as assessment, support and backup.
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- Our plan would thus be incomplete without a provision for backup forces, included in most proposals for a rapid reaction force.
- The Government is determined to bring in all necessary scientific backup to monitor the pollution risk and vowed to allocate whatever resources were required.
- You've got a budget of $60 million and $10 million is reserved for backup players.
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- So, as you build your computer data backup system, be sure to document your test procedures into handy checklists.
- To ease the procedure you can use some automatic backup software.
- Software upgrades routine backup and restore procedures will also take much less time.
- Make regular backups of your data files to separate file storage device.
- Make simple backups and keep every copy of your Web or FTP site up to date with some standard tools that probably are already on your system.
- I highly recommend this program to anyone who wants to make critical backups of important data.
- 2 (traffic jam) (AmE) embotellamiento (m), taco (m) (Chi)More example sentences
- Major interstates are now northbound, but it's slow going, with traffic backups across the region.
- Those are the worst cities, but every city that has a population over that of Denver's is seeing major traffic backups.
- This led to massive traffic backups in one of the busiest parts of the city.
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Santería is a religious cult, fusing African beliefs and Catholicism, which developed among African Yoruba slaves in Cuba. Followers believe both in a single supreme being and also in orishas, deities who each share an identity with a Christian saint and who combine a force of nature with human characteristics. Rituals involve music, dancing, sacrificial offerings, divination, and going into trances.