There are 2 translations of radio in Spanish:

radio1

Pronunciation: /ˈreɪdiəʊ/

n (pl -os)

  • 1 c (receiver) radio (m) (AmL exc CS) , radio (f) (CS, Esp) portable radio radio (m) or (CS, Esp) (f) portátil or a transistores, transistor (m) (Esp) I heard it on the radio lo oí por el or (CS, Esp) la radio
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    • On the train, I switched the radio on to a phone-in programme where listeners expressed their worries about the escalating situation.
    • Then each group's radios can be programmed to receive only specific talk groups.
    • I enjoy the orchestra's programmes, both by way of live performance and by listening to them on the Concert Programme on the radio.
  • 2 u (broadcasting, medium) radio (f), radiofonía (f) [formal] to work in radio trabajar en la radio Radio Luxembourg Radio Luxemburgo (before n) [show/announcer] de radio, radiofónico; [receiver/signal] de radio; [documentary/program] de radio; [interview] de or por radio; [broadcast/contact/link] por radio, radiofónico radio astronomer radioastrónomo, -ma (m,f) radio astronomy radioastronomía (f) radio beacon radiofaro (m), radiobaliza (f) radio beam radioonda (f), onda (f) radioeléctrica radio compass radiocompás (m) radio frequency radiofrecuencia (f) radio ham radioaficionado, -da (m,f) radio mast torre (f) de radio radio operator radiotelegrafista (mf), radiooperador, -dora (m,f) (AmL) radio play obra (f) radiofónica radio station emisora (f) or (AmL tb) estación (f) (de radio) radio telescope radiotelescopio (m) radio transmitter radiotransmisor (m)
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    • It is highly improbable that both a telephonic transmission and radio transmission from the bank's alarm to the control room was blocked.
    • Through high frequency radio communication, the information is passed from the main terminal to the one at the PRS centre.
    • The only use I know of for very high power broadband radio transmissions is to transmit over extreme distances.
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    • It was the first convention to reach the general public live by radio broadcast.
    • The first instance pertains to the cancellation of the live horseracing broadcasts on public radio stations.
    • In this business to broadcast 4,000 programmes on the same radio station is a remarkable achievement.

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adj
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Churro is a typical Spanish food, consisting of a long thin cylinder of dough, deep-fried in olive oil and often dusted with sugar. Churros are usually eaten with a thick hot drinking chocolate, especially for breakfast.

There are 2 translations of radio in Spanish:

radio2

vt (3rd pers sing pres radios pres p, radioing past & past p, radioed)

  • [base/person] llamar por radio; [message] transmitir por radio they radioed that … comunicaron por radio que …
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    • The passenger alerted flight staff and the pilot radioed through to the control centre who sent the emergency services around to save the couple.
    • Despite the fact that he was critically low on ammunition, he provided some of it to the dazed pilot and then radioed for help.
    • The pilot flew by, radioed in, and confirmed that the fire was behind the cliffs.
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    • On a hunch, the researchers radioed the ground-based team and urged them to continue gathering data when the star re-emerged from behind Uranus.
    • He left quickly to rescan the area just in case, and then radioed some place that Lichen didn't know.
    • He radioed neighbours at 6.30 am to say he was under attack, and later reported he had been injured.

vi (3rd pers sing pres radios pres p, radioing past & past p, radioed)

  • llamar por radio to radio for help pedir* ayuda por radio

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Word of the day prestado
adj
el vestido no es mío, es prestado = it's not my dress, I borrowed it …
Cultural fact of the day

Churro is a typical Spanish food, consisting of a long thin cylinder of dough, deep-fried in olive oil and often dusted with sugar. Churros are usually eaten with a thick hot drinking chocolate, especially for breakfast.