- 1.1 (team — of people) relevo (masculine); (— of horses) posta (feminine) to work in relays trabajar en or por relevos, ir* relevándose (para hacer algo) we'll have to go in relays tendremos que ir por turnos or tandasMore example sentences1.2relay (race) [Sport/Deporte] carrera (feminine) de relevos or (in Latin America also/en América Latina también) de postas 1.3 [Radio] repetidor (masculine) by relay por medio de un repetidor (before noun/delante del nombre) relay station estación (feminine) repetidora
More example sentences1.4 [Electronics/Electrónica] relé (masculine)
- In 1997 they were part of a 20-strong all-woman expedition which reached the North Pole in relays - a 600-mile marathon which was a first for an all-woman team.
- Ministry officials are hoping the slaughter and removal of the livestock will be carried out as smoothly as possible, with lorries carrying carcasses in relays to the rendering plant.
- All modes of transport was used to make the journey while many walked in relays of 1/2 mile trips of the 9 mile trek.
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- From there, signals are sent to a radio and a solar-powered relay station 11,000 feet up a mountain, tied to a tree.
- The new transmitter has been built on the same site as the Penicuik UHF television relay station close to the village of Howgate and began test transmissions on 28 September 2005.
- The warfighter will utilize organic wide-band digital radio relays to extend connectivity as required to subordinate units.
- At this, there are several loud clicking sounds, as of relays closing their circuits.
- It can be used in conjunction with thermocouples or solid-state relays in addition to thermistors and RTD sensors.
- It is now necessary to activate the relay circuit selector switch.
- 1.1 [information/instructions] transmitirMore example sentences1.2 [Radio] [Television/Televisión] (re)transmitir
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- Consequently, our scan shifted to copying and relaying the information to the controllers in back.
- If they raise sufficient concerns he relays the information to the police, including the email address of the suspect user.
- In the days before phones were commonplace, they relayed many messages and telegrams from family members overseas.
- These receive signals from the homes and relay them to larger broadcast towers for processing.
- In 2002, it was the first regional station in Ireland to relay the celebration from Lourdes.
- A special wireless transmitter receiver will relay the data to the computer and it's hoped that the information will assist in treating patients with spinal and nerve problems.