Translation of trigger in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (of gun) gatillo (masculine) to pull o squeeze the trigger apretar* el gatillo to have one's finger on the trigger tener* el dedo en el gatillo 1.2 (of camera, machine) disparador (masculine)Example sentences
- Press the trigger to fire, and the missile is on its way, its own IR seeker taking over.
- He chuckled and pulled the trigger, firing at the targets even though he wasn't in the booths.
- Bullets impacted the floor around me as I pulled the trigger and fired back.
- 2 (catalyst) trigger (
forsth) detonante (masculine) (de algo) it can be a trigger for an asthmatic reaction puede provocar reacciones asmáticasExample sentences
- The answers to these questions will help you identify some of the reasons for the decision you made, to help you identify triggers, or situations that may be difficult for you.
- Plus, there aren't any triggers or events in the scenarios, and so the only thing that makes them play differently is the map they take place on, but the maps are a joke.
- Event triggers and in-game cinematics will then guide you although you will determine how a mission will be accomplished.
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
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