Translation of virtual in Spanish:

virtual

Pronunciation: /ˈvɜːrtʃuəl; ˈvɜːtjʊəl; ˈvɜːtʃʊəl/

adj

(before noun/delante del nombre)
  • 1 (de facto) traffic is at a virtual standstill el tráfico está prácticamente paralizado he has become a virtual dictator prácticamente or de hecho se ha convertido en un dictador
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    • The first is the cost of research and the need for profits to justify such costs; the second is the absence from virtual markets of the purely profit-based phenomenon of arbitrage.
    • One day the richest among us could turn nearly immortal, becoming virtual Gods to the rest of us.
    • Eastern provinces near the Pakistan border have also become virtual no-go areas.
  • 2 [image/memory/office] virtual
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    • Once they figured out how to get Trojans onto computer, creating their own virtual spamming super computer, spammers have adopted this method for most of the spam they send out.
    • This paper explores the potential for developing virtual dissection software for physical collaboration.
    • The software also supports multiple virtual desktops.
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    • One museum Web site featured a virtual tour of the museum's physical galleries.
    • Yet it is the teachers who must make the virtual classroom - with all its practicalities - actually function.
    • There is a major need for expert mediated virtual libraries (VLs) of well-selected and described links to scholarly and educational resources.

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