There are 2 translations of baffle in Spanish:

baffle1

Pronunciation: /ˈbæfəl/

vt

  • 1.1 (perplex) [experts/investigators] desconcertar* it baffles me how they escaped no me explico cómo se escaparon
    More example sentences
    • Many critics doubted the wisdom in signing the Celtic player at all, but they were totally baffled at the decision to hose him with money.
    • One is totally baffled at the need for a grade separator at the RV Teacher's College Circle.
    • But none of the puzzles are so stupidly designed as to totally baffle players.
    1.2 (frustrate) [efforts/attempts] frustrar they managed to baffle their pursuers consiguieron despistar a sus perseguidores

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There are 2 translations of baffle in Spanish:

baffle2

n

  • 1.1 [Audio] bafle (masculine)
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    • In a second arrangement, the first gas supply opens into the central region above an upper baffle plate and the second gas supply opens into the periphery of a plenum between the upper baffle plate and a lower baffle plate.
    • Based on this data, we added baffles to optimize the light aperture within the spectrometer, thereby eliminating unnecessary rays while maximizing optical throughput.
    • Appropriately placed baffles ensure that the light is integrated by many bounces before it reaches the detector.
    1.2baffle (plate) [Mechanical Engineering/Mecánica] deflector (masculine)

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Cultural fact of the day

The variety of catalán spoken in the Balearic Islands is called mallorquín. Some people regard it as a separate language from Catalan, which enjoys official status, but it is not officially recognized as such.