splice (together)[ropes] [Naut] coser, ayustar; [tape/film] unir, empalmar; [wood] ensamblar to get spliced [colloq & hum] matrimoniarse [fam & hum]More example sentences
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- There are a variety of connectors available that allow you to splice the ropes end to end, in a T-shape, or in a Y-shape.
- Vantec did a nice job splicing the cables, and binding them nicely with the rubber housing.
- Without the money for college, he started working for New York Telephone splicing cables in 1966.
- Film-makers have dubbed songs over personal footage to create their own music videos while others have spliced sections of different films together to create new plots.
- Not content with delving into various mediums with which to present their releases, which in the past have been anything from 8 track cartridges to spliced tape segments.
- Are you constantly shooting a scene multiple times in multiple ways and then splicing your favorite pieces together in the editing room?
La movida madrileña is an expression referring to the Madrid social and cultural scene of the late 1970s and early 1980s, and the people involved in it. It was a youth phenomenon based around night spots in the city, such as the now defunct club Rock-Ola. One of the leading lights of the movida was the movie director Pedro Almodóvar.
- (in rope) [Naut] costura (f), ayuste (m); (in tape, film) unión (f), empalme (m); (in wood) ensambladura (f)More example sentences
- The mooring and towing of oil rigs and huge ships rely on the strength and durability of thick ropes and the splices that join those ropes.
- Thanks to the suspension tops and diagonal drop-down field splices, the fill-in pieces were successfully erected and positioned, says Budzius.
- Then I felt the thickening of the rope - a splice!