Translation of spiral in Spanish:
- 1.1 (shape) 1.2 (movement) inflationary spiralespiral (feminine) inflacionariaExample sentences1.3 (of smoke)
- However, I do remember clearly the double spiral (figure-of-eight) shape.
- Small spiral shaped gills are found, which pick up oxygen from the water.
- In ever-more-abstracted form and diverse media, these elemental shapes, such as spirals, labyrinths, lozenges, and goddesses, recurred in her work.
- (shape)de espiralacaracolado(descent)spiral notebooken espiralExample sentences
- The way in which the spiral patterns of sunflower seeds and pine cones grow is described by the sequence, and it is common for the number of petals on a flower to be a Fibonacci number.
- It was like a pink disk, flat, and inch across, a spiral pattern of tiny dots on its surface.
- Arrange all integers in a hexagonal spiral pattern.
- All include a mezzanine level with a wrought-iron spiral stairway leading from a comfortable sitting area to the bedroom above.
- Quiet, clean and spare, it led, past a short spiral stairway with a gallery, to a darker room.
- Patsy got up thereafter and redressed, put on her makeup and then went downstairs and found the three-page ransom note at the bottom of the spiral stairway.
intransitive verb (British English) -ll-
- 1.1 (increase)(unemployment)(prices)spiraling pricesdispararse1.2 (move) (+ adverb complement) to spiral up/downprecios (masculine plural) que se disparan or que suben vertiginosamentethe leaf spiraled (down) to the groundsubir/bajar en espiralsmoke spiraled up from the chimneyla hoja cayó al suelo describiendo una espiralvolutas de humo salían de la chimineaExample sentences
- Jane stared down at the water, the fish spiralling, swimming, moving with the current.
- A huge blaze at an industrial park in Leeds last night sent plumes of black smoke spiralling nearly 2,000 ft into the air.
- Faint smoke spiraled off the battery connections as they heated up.
- Shortages for low-income Torontonians were once again rampant, rents were spiraling and evictions were increasing.
- As tensions have spiraled between Pyongyang and the US, Anti-American sentiment has exploded in South Korea.
- The stress with trying to move house has spiralled out of all control and doesn't look like it's going to reduce in the near future.
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