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keypad
American English: /ˈkiˌpæd/
British English: /ˈkiːpad/

Translation of keypad in Spanish:

noun

  • (Computing, Telecom, Television)
    Example sentences
    • Changeable cell phone covers and face plates to suit your mood, the latest holograms, flashing keypads and colorful gemlike keypads can bring a smile to your face.
    • This phenomenon is also often seen on heavily-used telephone keypads and computer keyboards.
    • This technology will do away with the need for complex keypads on mobile phones, MP3 players, digital cameras and other handheld products.

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