- 1 1.1 (publication) revista (feminine) (before noun/delante del nombre) magazine rack revistero (masculine)More example sentences1.2magazine (program) [Radio] [Television/Televisión] programa (masculine) de entrevistas y variedades
- Fashion arrived through illustrations and articles in magazines, catalogues, and trade publications.
- Since 1991, numerous popular daily and weekly magazines have published articles on Mavi Jeans.
- Consumer car magazines and publications like Consumer Reports provide detailed reviews on virtually all new cars.
- 2 2.1 (storeroom) polvorín (masculine); [Nautical/Náutica] santabárbara (feminine) 2.2 (on gun — compartment) recámara (feminine); (— bullet case) cargador (masculine)More example sentences
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- Most of the rifles chambered for the .284 have been designs that use detachable box magazines.
- The feed magazine usually contains 70 rounds, while another ten rounds are in the upper mounting and in the screw feeder.
- I happen to prefer integral magazines to detachable box magazines, but that's just a personal choice.
- A massive internal explosion - probably in an ammunition magazine below a forward gun turret, had blown off her bow.
- All but a handful of those buildings are ammunition magazines, or ‘igloos.’
- On either side of a tunnel deep inside the Rock, a series of huge chambers was being dug to accommodate purpose-built ammunition magazines.
- 3 3.1 (for slides — rectangular) bandeja (feminine); (— circular) carrusel (masculine) 3.2 (for film) chasis (masculine) or almacén (masculine) (de la cámara)More example sentences
- A film magazine from a K - 24 aerial camera was fitted to the back of a C - 1 camera.
- A clapper loader, ‘they load the magazines of film’.
- He has been able to remove stuck CD magazines by using a piece of shim stock or a hack saw blade and going alongside one of the long sides of the magazine to hit the release.
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