Translation of wire in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 countable or uncountable (metal strand) wire fence wire nettingred (feminine) de alambreExample sentences1.2 uncountable (fencing, mesh) 1.3 countable (finishing line) (American English) the wire
la línea de llegadadown to the wire
- Having very thin wire needles pushed into your skin and twiddled is a very bizarre experience.
- Others were woven with thin copper wire, creating a seductively shiny and semisolid surface.
- The earliest chronographs used vacuum tubes for timing and a thin copper wire to start and stop.
la metahasta el último momentoto be caught at the wirehe was caught at the wire by RobertsonRobertson lo rebasó en la línea de llegadaunder the wirepor un pelo or (Spain) por los pelos [colloquial]
- 2 countable 2.1 (Electricity, Telecom) bare wirescables pelados(before noun) wire strippersalicates (masculine plural) pelacables→ cross 2 2 2.2 (telegram) [colloquial]
pinzas (feminine plural) de corte (Mexico)Example sentences2.3 (teletype machine)
(American English) [colloquial]hot off the wire
- Today, of course, we are no longer tethered to telegraph or telephone wires for conversation.
- I frequently went down to the C&O Coloma depot, and spent time there listening in on the wire with agent Baker.
teletipo (masculine)de última horaExample sentences
- Iron creates the magnetic field and copper wires carry away the current generated.
- Do wires degenerate when electric current is passed through them?
- Objecting to unsightly overhead wires to provide electric current, most British systems did not adopt electric traction until after 1900.
- 1 1.1 (Electricity)to be wired
tosomethingestar conectado a algothese homes are wired for cable TVestas viviendas tienen instalación de televisión por cablethe plug has been wrongly wiredhan conectado mal los cables del enchufe1.2 (telegraph) [colloquial]wire me when you get theremándame un telegrama cuando lleguesthey wired me the news, they wired the news to meme comunicaron la noticia por telegramathey wired me some money
me telegrafiaron la noticiame mandaron un giro telegráfico1.3 (bug) [colloquial](room/apartment)
colocar or esconder micrófonos enExample sentences
- The meeting discussed heating arrangements for the winter months and hope to get the prefab wired up for electricity during the next few weeks.
- The polygraph, where you're - as you're aware, you have to be wired up to and it measures blood pressure, and heart rate and pulse and so on and so forth.
- The informer, who is wired up, is told by one of the News of the World team hidden in a nearby van to move aside so that the paper's photographer can get a clear view of the ‘gang’ to take a picture.
- There's no point buying several grands' worth of audiophile equipment only to wire it up to cheap speakers.
- Electronic components are then wired on to the device to process information that it senses or to drive the movement of its mechanical parts.
- Although he has been told he would be unlikely to win a patent for wiring a vintage receiver to a handphone, he thinks he can turn it into a design-driven business.
- (telegraph) [colloquial]mandar un telegramaExample sentences
- As soon as the telegraph lines were back up and running she'd wire the Western Rangers, after all this was what they did for a living.
(stereo/computer)to wire something up
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