n/ˈpætnt; ˈpeɪtnt; ˈpætnt/
- patente (f) to take out a patent on sth patentar algo patent pending, patent applied for patente solicitada or en trámite (before n) patent agent agente (mf) de patentes patent attorney (in (US) ) abogado, -da (m,f) especialista en patentes patent law derecho (m) de patentes Patent Office Registro (m) de la propiedad industrial patent right derecho (m) de patenteMore example sentences
- Last year, the country was granted 146 U.S. patents for various technologies and products.
- The present proceedings were initiated by the claimant, whose claim alleges that Process A infringes the patent in suit.
- The number of issued software patents grew exponentially in the U.S. beginning in the early 1980s.
vt/ˈpætnt; ˈpeɪt-; ˈpætnt/
- patentar a patented design un diseño patentadoMore example sentences
- Ben has patented his invention and a Sheffield company has already shown interest in developing the device.
- The doctors have patented their invention and say it could soon be available to all air passengers.
- There can be tax advantages in patenting a product - income from a patent, can, in some cases, be tax-free.
- 1 /ˈpeɪtnt; ˈpæt-; ˈpeɪtnt/ (obvious) [formal], patente, evidenteMore example sentences
- What seems to plague both of these films and so many like them is their patent insincerity.
- What is a patent truism to one side is an obvious falsehood to the other.
- The continued blind oversight of human rights abuses in conjunction with the blatant abuse of democracy is patent, and is incomprehensible.