Translation of module in Spanish:

module

Pronunciation: /ˈmɑːdʒuːl; ˈmɒdjuːl/

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  • 1.1 (separate unit) módulo (masculine) command/service/lunar module [Aerospace/Espacio] módulo de mando/de servicio/lunar teaching module módulo (m), unidad (f)
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    • Standard lamp modules and appliance modules have full access to house current since they are plugged directly into a power outlet.
    • In those plants, assembly areas will have the same footprint containing standardized modules built from a select group of common components.
    • The 1,750 sq ft bungalow is made up of three buildings connected by modules that act as light wells and avoid claustrophobic corridors.
    1.2 (measurement) módulo (masculine)

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