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American English: /kəmˈpjudər/
British English: /kəmˈpjuːtə/

Translation of computer in Spanish:


  • all the data is on computer
    todos los datos están computarizados or computerizados
    to put something on computer
    informatizar algo
    she works in computers
    trabaja en informática or computación
    (before noun) (society/age/revolution)
    de la informática
    de computadora ( or ordenador etc)
    por computadora ( or ordenador etc)
    computer fraud
    fraude (masculine) informático
    computer pornography
    pornografía (feminine) informática or por Internet
    computer printout
    impresión (feminine) de salida
    impresión (feminine) de computadora (or de ordenador etc)
    computer room
    sala (feminine) de computadoras ( or de ordenadores etc)
    computer skills
    conocimientos (masculine plural) de informática or de computación
    computer typesetting
    composición (feminine) por computadora ( or por ordenador etc)
    computer user
    Example sentences
    • The laws were designed to prosecute people who hack into computers and steal information.
    • Patients will receive information through their computers on how to manage their disease.
    • The updated carriages also sport power sockets for notebook computers and other devices.

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