Translation of volume in Spanish:
- 1 uncountable or countable (Physics) (of a body)(of container) capacidad (feminine)what is the volume of this bottle?¿qué capacidad tiene esta botella?Example sentences
- With negative curvature, space has infinite volume.
- Likewise, a gas will occupy any volume which is made available to it.
- In other words, it takes on the exact shape and volume of its container.
- 2 uncountable (amount)(of business, trade) volumen (masculine)the volume of mail we getla cantidad or el volumen de correspondencia que recibimosExample sentences
- The amount and volume of material we receive each day is huge and unfortunately sometimes it's impossible to answer everybody's pleas.
- A year later, he upgraded the phone system to handle the growing volume of phone orders.
- The business has also been successful in increasing both the value and volume of orders per customer through better customer relationship management.
- 3 uncountable (of sound) to turn the volume up/downsubir/bajar el volumenExample sentences
- Pianists must rely more heavily on differing volume levels to distinguish voices.
- There are two further console-style buttons on the top of the device, positioned for index-finger usage, and power and volume controls on the base.
- The controls are on top surface of the right-hand satellite speaker but are limited to the power switch and volume control.
- 4 countable 4.1 (book) a two-volume dictionaryun diccionario en dos tomos or volúmenesExample sentences4.2
also: volumes plural(a great deal)montones (masculine plural) [colloquial]to write volumesescribir páginas y páginasto speak volumes for somebody/somethingdecir mucho de alguien/algoit speaks volumes for his honestydice mucho de su honestidadthe look on his face spoke volumessu expresión lo decía todo
- There was huge, leather bound series of volumes of Encyclopaedia Celtica.
- Photographs are of reasonable resolution and the whole layout of the book is more pleasing and open than earlier volumes in the series.
- Eventually the series filled two volumes published in March and May 1788.
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