detector


detector
m.
detector, scanning device, probe.
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detector
adjetivo
1 detecting
nombre masculino detector
1 detector
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FRASEOLOGÍA
detector de incendios fire detector
detector de mentiras lie detector
detector de radar radar scanner
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detector
nombre masculino
1 detector
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SM detector

detector de humo — smoke detector

detector de incendios — fire detector

detector de mentiras — lie detector

detector de metales — metal detector

detector de minas — mine detector

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masculino detector
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= trigger, detector, detector device.
Ex. Increasingly, librarians are turning to library security firms and the insertion of the trigger is a more recent addition to the list of items in processing.
Ex. Another, well-publicized, application of computers in health care is computer tomography -- the visualization of internal structures in the human body from data provided by an array of x-ray detectors.
Ex. Detector devices mounted in cars would emit a radio signal when deceleration exceeds a certain limit.
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* detector de agua = water detector.
* detector de humos = smoke detector, smoke alarm.
* detector de lluvia = rain-sensing.
* detector de mentiras = polygraph, lie detector.
* detector de metales = metal detector.
* detector electrónico = electronic checker.
* pegatina magnética detectora = magnetic alarm sticker.
* tira magnética detectora = magnetic alarm strip.
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masculino detector
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= trigger, detector, detector device.

Ex: Increasingly, librarians are turning to library security firms and the insertion of the trigger is a more recent addition to the list of items in processing.

Ex: Another, well-publicized, application of computers in health care is computer tomography -- the visualization of internal structures in the human body from data provided by an array of x-ray detectors.
Ex: Detector devices mounted in cars would emit a radio signal when deceleration exceeds a certain limit.
* detector de agua = water detector.
* detector de humos = smoke detector, smoke alarm.
* detector de lluvia = rain-sensing.
* detector de mentiras = polygraph, lie detector.
* detector de metales = metal detector.
* detector electrónico = electronic checker.
* pegatina magnética detectora = magnetic alarm sticker.
* tira magnética detectora = magnetic alarm strip.

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detector
masculine
detector
Compuestos:
detector de explosivos
explosives detector
detector de humo
smoke detector, smoke alarm
detector de incendios
smoke detector
detector de mentiras
lie detector
detector de metales
metal detector
detector de minas
mine detector
detector de virus
(Inf) virus checker
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detector sustantivo masculino
detector;
detector de mentiras/metales lie/metal detector

detector,-ora sustantivo masculino y femenino detector
detector de mentiras/ metales, lie/metal detector

'detector' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
detectora
English:
detector
- lie detector
- metal detector
- polygraph
- smoke alarm
- smoke detector
- smoke
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detector, -ora
adj
un aparato detector a detector
nm
detector
Comp
detector de explosivos explosives detector;
detector de humo(s) smoke detector;
detector de incendios smoke detector;
detector de mentiras lie detector;
detector de metales metal detector;
detector de minas mine detector
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detector
m detector
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detector nm
: detector
detector de mentiras: lie detector

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • Detector — de tráfico. El término detector hace referencia a aquel dispositivo capaz de detectar o percibir cierto fenómeno físico, tal como la presencia de humo proveniente de un incendio, la existencia de un gas en el aire y la presencia de un instruso en …   Wikipedia Español

  • detector — DETECTÓR, detectoare, s.n. Aparat sau dispozitiv folosit pentru a detecta ceva. ♢ (În sintagmele) Detector colorimetric = aparat pentru determinarea concentraţiei gazelor toxice în aer. Detector de metale = aparat electronic pentru detectarea… …   Dicționar Român

  • Detector — De*tect or, n. [L., a revealer.] One who, or that which, detects; a detecter. Shak. [1913 Webster] A deathbed s detector of the heart. Young. [1913 Webster] 2. Specifically: (a) An indicator showing the depth of the water in a boiler. (b) (Elec.) …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • detector — /deˈtɛktor, ingl. dɪˈtɛktə(r)/ [vc. ingl., dal lat. tardo detēctor, da detĕgere «scoprire»] s. m. inv. (tecnol.) rivelatore, rilevatore FRASEOLOGIA metal detector, rilevatore di metalli □ mine detector, cercamine …   Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • detector — /di tektə/, it. /de tɛktor/ s. ingl. [dal lat. tardo detector oris, der. di detegĕre scoprire (quindi rivelatore )], usato in ital. al masch. (tecnol.) [dispositivo di vario tipo per il rilevamento di particolari fenomeni o sostanze]… …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • detector — 1540s, from L. detector uncoverer, revealer, agent noun from detectus, pp. of detegere (see DETECT (Cf. detect)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • detector — sustantivo masculino 1. Aparato que sirve para detectar o descubrir alguna cosa: Recorrían con un detector la playa buscando monedas, joyas y relojes entre la arena …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • detector — (Del ingl. detector). 1. m. Aparato que sirve para detectar. 2. Electr. Circuito que realiza la detección de la señal transmitida …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • detector — |ètô| s. m. 1.  [Física] Aparelho outrora empregado para revelar o grisu nas minas de hulha. 2. Aparelho destinado a revelar a existência de ondas eletromagnéticas; coesor.   ♦ [Portugal] Grafia de detetor antes do Acordo Ortográfico de 1990 …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • detector — ► NOUN ▪ a device designed to detect the presence of something and to emit a signal in response …   English terms dictionary

  • detector — [dē tek′tər, ditek′tər; ] also, esp.for 2 & 3 [, dē′tek΄tər] n. 1. a person or thing that detects 2. an apparatus or device for indicating the presence of something, as electric waves 3. DEMODULATOR …   English World dictionary


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