Translation of cell in Spanish:
- 1 (in prison, monastery, honeycomb)Example sentences
- So what that means is that he's locked up at night in a prison cell on his own, so that's solitary confinement.
- The change of status would also mean that Tommy has to be transferred from a detention cell to a prison room, which he has to share with other convicts.
- At 2pm on Tuesday last all 190 prisoners were locked in their cells as prison officers staged a one-hour walk-out.
- Then there's the honeycomb shades, so called because in profile they look like cells of a honeycomb strung together.
- Once the honey is gooey enough, the bees seal off the cell of the honeycomb with a plug of wax.
- The interior of a cell contains structures called organelles that can be compared to the organs in a body.
- 2 (Biology)(before noun) (division/wall)a single cell animalun animal unicelularExample sentences
- When this occurs, the cytoplasm from the two cells fuses, but the nuclei remain separate and distinct.
- The scientists also produced a continuously growing line of cultured embryonic germ cells.
- Even mammals have nucleated red blood cells in their bone marrow.
- The plaque deposits did not form cell casts or polyhedra and did not penetrate into the cell cavities, but were an external deposit only.
- 3 (Electricity)Example sentences
- This is said to be important when welding heat-sensitive parts such as miniature battery cells or sensitive electronic devices.
- In addition to electrical conduction, the cells are polarized by the force of applied voltage.
- A few years ago, the companies involved in the voltage race tried to get more cells in NiCad battery packs to power bigger tools.
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