Translation of loop in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (shape) curva (feminine); (in river) meandro (masculine) in the loop informado to be in/out of the loop [colloquial/familiar], estar* dentro/fuera del círculo de información to keep sb in the loop [colloquial/familiar], mantener* informado a algn to knock sb for a loop (American English/inglés norteamericano) [colloquial/familiar] (disconcert) dejar a algn helado or de piedra [colloquial/familiar] (knock unconscious) [dated/anticuado], dejar a algn fuera de combateExample sentences1.2 (in string, cable) lazada (feminine) (before noun/delante del nombre) loop antenna o (British English/inglés británico) aerial antena (feminine) de cuadro
Example sentences1.3 (in sewing) presilla (feminine) 1.4 [Aviation/Aviación] to loop the loop rizar* el rizo
- The shape of the loop seems simple but in fact it is not.
- Sitting in the middle of his mantelpiece was an object of gold, about eight inches tall and six wide, shaped like a cross with a loop at the top.
- They move at the same speed running in big loops round and round with little or no hope of either getting open and or scoring.
Example sentences1.5 [Railways/Ferrocarriles] loop line
- It was a process a bit like tying a granny knot: twisting one edge of the sausage rope into a loop, then threading the other end through, looping it, and twisting again.
- Looser fitting dresses fell from square dungaree-style tops, held up with shoulder straps which roped through little loops along the neckline.
- They knew what I was about to suggest: tie the short rope permanently to our dead tree, put a loop in the end, and hang the long ropes through the loop.
- They got to the 9m stop and started doing loop-the-loops and vertical figure-eights between the bars.
- The technique was pretty much the same as in a Phoenix, although he had to remember that he couldn't do manoeuvres like a loop-the-loop.
- A pilot fell out of his glider during a loop-the-loop because he'd forgotten to fasten his seatbelt.
- A Network Rail spokeswoman said one wagon in the middle section of the train derailed on a freight loop line, knocking the front of the train onto the main line and damaging a set of points.
- Plans to build a loop line so more than one train could use the branch, longer platforms and a bridge at Freeport have been shunted aside indefinitely by the Government's Strategic Rail Authority in a financial freeze.
- But the London to Birmingham railway bypassed it in 1838, and a loop line to Birmingham was only established in 1872.
- 2 2.1 (circuit) circuito (masculine) cerrado, lazo (masculine) 2.2 [Computing/Informática] bucle (masculine)Example sentences2.3 [Audio] [Cinema/Cine] bucle (masculine)
Example sentences2.4 (contraceptive) (British English/inglés británico) espiral (feminine), dispositivo (masculine) intrauterino
- Since programs often execute the same loops and subroutines over and over, the translation cache is very effective.
- With the exception of the HD demo loops, all programming is identical.
- As we saw last month, intelligent use of custom actions means creating our own mini-language, with its own loops, conditionals and variables.
- There have been between five and eight people reviewing two ten second loops of tape almost continuously for two days.
- The protagonist's state of mind is manifested through extreme film loops and continually recurring sound motifs.
- They were playing HDTV loops of saturated colored landscapes and the entire room would change color every few seconds, from all the backlights.
- When you pick up a handset it generates a loop current in the circuit.
- The circuit includes a feedback loop that adjusts the output signal so that the lower voltages are chopped at a reference voltage input into the driver.
- When any charged particle is rotating, it behaves like a current loop with a magnetic moment.
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
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