Translation of setting in Spanish:

setting

Pronunciation: /ˈsetɪŋ/

noun/nombre

  • 1 (of dial, switch) posición (feminine) leave the heater on its lowest setting deja el calentador en el mínimo
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    • Each of the AquaGate's Fan Speed settings also shows a direct result on its cooling ability.
    • He stated that the cart had speed control settings that permitted Nelson to operate the cart at a pace too fast for the path terrain.
    • The faulty temperature settings over the winter seem to be a direct result of that.
  • 2 2.1 (of novel, movie) escenario (masculine) post-war Berlin provides the setting for her latest play su última obra está ambientada en or tiene como escenario el Berlín de la posguerra 2.2 (surroundings) marco (masculine), entorno (masculine)
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    • With a wonderful setting situated at the front of the glass dome, it affords unbroken views of the River Irvine, the church spires of the town and the hills beyond.
    • All of the museums offer stylish settings for events and can cater for up to 1500 guests.
    • Downpatrick Library is an appropriate setting for the event.
    2.3 (for gem) engarce (masculine), engaste (masculine), montura (feminine)
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    • Yellow gold is the setting that most people choose for their wedding ring.
    • These were either fixed into metal settings or drilled along the prism axis and strung as beads.
    • We're so used to seeing turquoise in a setting for a ring or as a pendant that we don't often consider it for the interior design of our homes.
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    • New York has probably been the setting for more novels and memoirs than any city in the world.
    • The clinic that provided the setting for the novel is perched on top of a hill.
    • Two other Innes novels with partial Oxford settings are Stop Press and Operation Pax.
  • 4 [Music/Música] arreglo (masculine), versión (feminine)
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    • It has attracted numerous polyphonic settings, by such composers as Victoria, Palestrina, and Mozart.
    • The new piece is a musical setting - without words - of McKellar's poem, Sangsters, in three verses.
    • The evening will feature choral settings of Palestinian poems, traditional Palestinian dance and Israeli music fused with jazz.

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