Translation of prototype in Spanish:

prototype

Pronunciation: /ˈprəʊtətaɪp/

n

  • 1.1 (model) prototipo (m); (before n) [model/system] prototípico
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    • One big drawback: the prototype emission control device they tested cost thousands of dollars.
    • This device, at the prototype stage, is expected to cost $20 and act as a Web access device.
    • By late 1937 he had designed, built and successfully tested both a semiauto rifle and a prototype light machine gun.
    1.2 (typical example) prototype of sth prototipo (m)de algo
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    • There are various explanatory reasons, so obvious in hindsight that their suppression must be regarded as an original prototype of political correctness.
    • The Gaelscoil building will be a pilot project to the latest specifications with the eventual design to be used as a prototype for the design of schools of its size nationally.
    • The earlier, topic-based discussion attempts to establish a taxonomy of structural prototypes and gestural categories, from which follow readings of a group of works.

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