Translation of cable in Spanish:
- 1 countable/numerable [Electricity/Electricidad] [Nautical/Náutica] cable (masculine)Example sentences
- She still reached her convoy rendezvous in Loch Ewe on time, but while waiting for sailing orders lost her starboard anchor when the cable snapped.
- It was a good team effort with one man only missing out by metres before the second diver found the cable and eventually the anchor.
- Their task was to cut the cables anchoring a boom and antishipping net stretched across the river directly under the machine guns and cannons in a fort overlooking the river.
- We still await a decision on the sensitive issue of the on-site over-head high voltage electricity cables.
- Power bosses have agreed to replace underground electricity cables to help improve poor supply following a spate of power cuts in Westhoughton.
- Installation of underground electricity cables is 97 percent complete but a change of plans is causing a delay to the final completion of the project.
- 2 countable/numerable [Telecom] cable (masculine), telegrama (masculine) to receive/send a cable recibir/enviar* un cable or telegramaExample sentences
- No one with any sense ever supposed that telephone calls or telegrams or cables were private.
- Before leaving he sent a cable to Hawthorne.
- And after three or four days I sent a cable to Athens that I wouldn't be able to speak at the University of Athens.
- 3 uncountable/no numerable cable television
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
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