Translation of outlet in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (for liquid, gas)(before noun) (valve)outlet pipe
de vaciado(discharging at sea) emisario (masculine)Example sentences1.2 (American English) (Electricity)
- In the base of the gutter were outlets leading to drain pipes to take the water away.
- They ventured through the old rust belt of inner city Melbourne and along the merry creek until they came across the outlet of a storm water pipe.
- Large plastic pipes run from the outlet of the four blowers to airtight holes drilled in the platform.
- The rechargeable battery may be charged by a battery charger that is connected to the solar cell and can be optionally connected to an electrical outlet by a charging cord.
- The vapor barrier should fit tightly around electrical outlets, doors, windows and other openings.
- Air can leak in or out of the home from door and window frames, electrical outlets and exhaust vents, to name just a few of the culprits.
- 2 (means of expression) this frustration has to have an outletesta frustración tiene que tener una válvula de escapeshe found an outlet for her feelingsencontró cómo canalizar sus sentimientos
- 3 (Business, Marketing) retail outlettienda (feminine) al por menorthe company must find new outlets for its productsla compañía debe hallar nuevas salidas de mercado para sus productosExample sentences
- This is where the young hang out, in coffee shops, fast-food outlets, shopping malls and on the street itself.
- If fast food outlets sold tuna salads and sticks of celery there wouldn't be half the problem.
- Not all shops in outlets malls are outlets and sell items cheaper then normal.
- Plastics are a problem because there are few outlets and the market isn't great.
- They often produce in limited quantities, so traditional wholesale market outlets are not a viable option.
- If one recalls, the village markets provided the outlet for local produce and products.
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