Translation of mode in Spanish:

mode

Pronunciation: /məʊd/

n

  • 1 1.1 (means) medio (m); (kind) modo (m) the most common mode of transport el medio de transporte más usado the novel was his preferred mode of expression la novela era su medio de expresión preferido a different mode of life un modo or estilo de vida diferente
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    • He looked at the expeditions' objectives, countries of origin, leaders' experience, funding and modes of travel.
    • Our results show that these four translation proteins have experienced different modes of evolution.
    • When did we no longer appreciate that to dignify certain modes of behavior, manners, and ways of being with artistic representation was implicitly to glorify and promote them?
    1.2 (operating method) [Computing/Informática] [Technology/Tecnología] modalidad (f), modo (m)
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    • Passive mode locking allows the device to produce near transform-limited pulses and to be compact and simple.
    • While the temptation may be there to force the camera into an editorial mode, they allow the characters to carry the story.
    • The best part of the surprise was that not only had I taken these photographs on my own, but I also had taken them with the camera in manual mode.
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    • Major modes redefine how keystrokes operate, usually the Tab and Delete keys.
    • Software interrupts are interrupts produced by a program and processed in kernel mode by the operating system.
    • In addition to the control, the web pages display information about network settings, operating mode and system status.
  • 2 [Mathematics/Matemáticas] modo (masculine)
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    • Figure 4 shows mean and standard error of the mode, or most common, vessel length for the series of apple rootstock and scion varieties.
    • Various measures of central tendency and dispersion were calculated, including the mean, median, mode, standard deviation, and skew.
    • Genotype and allele frequencies were calculated from the mean of the 100 nearest values to the mode of the posterior distribution.
  • 3 [Philosophy/Filosofía] [Linguistics/Lingüística] [Music/Música] modo (masculine)
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    • His musical language is spare in style, its melodies and harmonies based on old church modes and the pentatonic scales of Finnish folk-music.
    • That relation appears in countless images of Krishna playing the flute to cowherds, in the narratives that accompany Indian modes, or ragas, and iconography used to depict divine love.
    • The tonality of the piece and the printed signature result from the scale or mode the composer has used during composition.
  • 4 [Clothing/Indumentaria] moda (feminine) bright reds are all the mode los rojos brillantes están muy de moda
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    • Longer length gloves, covered with cuff bracelets in the mode of Breakfast at Tiffany style will have a place worn with three quarter or elbow length sleeves.
    • It is possible to argue that York, like Aachen, was a city with imperial pretensions, with modern new buildings in the classical mode, and fine objects decorated in fashionable new styles.
    • Seeking to transfer the realist mode of literature to German soil, he rejected the naturalism associated with figures such as Gerhard Hauptmann.

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