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radar
American English: /ˈreɪˌdɑr/
British English: /ˈreɪdɑː/

Translation of radar in Spanish:

noun

  • uncountable to get under the radar
    no ser detectado
    to be off the radar
    estar fuera del radar
    (before noun) (station/scanner)
    de radar
    radar speed detector
    detector (masculine) de velocidad por radar
    Example sentences
    • Chavez reported that Venezuelan radar detected the presence of the ships and planes during the coup attempt.
    • That expelling of exhaust is vital in detecting their presence on radar.
    • Digital cellphones are similar to radar, using pulses carried by microwaves.

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