Translation of configuration in Spanish:

configuration

Pronunciation: /kənˌfɪgjəˈreɪʃən; kənˌfɪgəˈreɪʃən/

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  • 1.1 [Astronomy/Astronomía] [Chemistry/Química] [Computing/Informática] configuración (feminine)
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    • In principle, there may be several architectural solutions involving different network, software, and hardware configurations.
    • Software and hardware configurations keep most of the intruders at bay, but being able to recognise abnormal activity when it occurs seems to be the best method.
    • Performance will vary depending on your hardware and software configurations.
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    • A nucleophile is any negative ion or neutral molecule whose electronic configuration consists of at least one unpaired electron pair.
    • He demonstrated that the most stable configuration for some molecules was some intermediary structure between two other structures.
    • The electron configurations of atoms are how the electrons are distributed among the principal energy levels, sublevels, and orbitals.
    1.2 (outline) configuración (feminine)
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    • The 767 will accommodate any combination of these configurations.
    • A friend of mine goes with the theory that there is no self, rather that he is a configuration of infinite diverse elements in a state of constant change.
    • Some like a particular configuration of landscape elements, others don't.

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