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transistor
American English: /trænˈzɪstər/
British English: /tranˈzɪstə/
, /trɑːn-/, /-ˈsɪ-/

Translation of transistor in Spanish:

noun

  • 1.1
    Example sentences
    • For comparison, the gate length of the smallest silicon transistors is about 20 nanometers.
    • A gate voltage of output driving MOS transistor is adjusted through a negative feedback circuit.
    • The display pixel electrodes are connected to source electrodes of said thin film transistors in one-to-one correspondence.
    1.2transistor (radio) (especially British English)
    radio (feminine) or (Latin America except Southern Cone) radio (masculine) transistor or a transistores
    Example sentences
    • The phone has two side speakers rather than one, so songs played through it do sound pretty decent - much like a portable transistor radio.
    • My first memories of listening to the John Peel show was in bed, under the covers, with my little transistor radio tuned to BBC Radio 1 in 1977.
    • The portable transistor radio was on every American beach.

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