Translation of vibration in Spanish:

vibration

Pronunciation: /vaɪˈbreɪʃən/

n

  • 1 uncountable or countable/no numerable o numerable 1.1 (of membrane, string) vibración (feminine)
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    • However, advocates do not necessarily identify energy or vibrations with radiation or electromagnetic fields, as Abrams did.
    • In conventional superconductors, atomic vibrations induce the electron pairing.
    • In conventional superconductors, vibrations of atoms induce electrons, which normally repel each other, to form pairs.
    1.2 (of floor, machine) vibración (feminine)
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    • Additional equipment was used to generate soil vibrations in playback experiments.
    • In some instances unforeseen vibrations or overload conditions may develop to cause failure.
    • Other rodents probably process the seismic vibrations when they are converted to airborne sounds in the burrow tunnel or chamber.
  • 2
    (vibrations plural)
    (feelings) [colloquial, dated/familiar, anticuado] vibraciones (feminine plural) [colloquial/familiar]
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    • We'd appreciate it if you'd all join us in that endeavor and keep emanating those good vibrations because they help more than you know.
    • When you heal, positive vibrations surround you even if you don't realize it.
    • With plenty of good vibrations, soul and spirit, this year's Festival is sure to garner some new fans, which is exactly what Hayden and Deen are hoping for.

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