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range (ver contexto)

Spanish translation: gama


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07:44 Mar 31, 2001
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: range (ver contexto)
range of metalurgically different ore types...

Es un documentos sobre estudios mineralógicos. Según Robbs sería "faja de mineral", me gustaría saber si existe otra traducción, si siempre range se utiliza de esa manera en minerales, o si su traducción es más simple, tal vez.
Muchísimas gracias de antemano!!!
Local time: 12:54
Spanish translation:gama
range of metallurgically different ore products= gama de productos minerales diferentes metalurgicamente.

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Ramón Solá
naGama, grupo, variedad, conjunto,....etc, etc
Bertha S. Deffenbaugh



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range of metallurgically different ore products= gama de productos minerales diferentes metalurgicamente.

Hope it helps,


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Una de las definiciones de "range" es variedad.

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Gama, grupo, variedad, conjunto,....etc, etc

1. variedness: the number and variety of different things that something includes or can deal with The range of her interests is extraordinary.

2. number of similar things: a number or set of different things belonging to the same general category available in a range of styles and colors

3. category defined by limits: a category defined by an upper and a lower limit the age range 25 to 45

4. area of effective operation: the area within which, or the distance over which, something can operate effectively out of range of the radar

5. MILITARY farthest distance for an effective operation: the farthest distance at which something can operate effectively, for example, the farthest distance to which a gun can shoot a bullet or shell

6. ARMS distance between weapon and target: the distance between something, especially a gun or a tracking device and the object it is aimed at

7. SPORTS practice area: a place where an activity is practiced or performed

8. TRANSPORT distance traveled without refueling: the farthest distance that a vehicle or aircraft can travel without refueling

9. AGRICULTURE open land for grazing farm animals: a large area of open land on which farm animals can graze. Also called rangeland

10. MUSIC producible notes: the notes, from the highest to the lowest, that somebody's voice or a musical instrument is capable of producing

11. MUSIC register of musical passage: the register of a musical passage, from the highest to the lowest note it contains

12. GEOGRAPHY row of mountains: a number of mountains or hills forming a connected row or group

13. movement over area: movement over or within an area

14. MATHEMATICS set of values: the set of values that can be taken by a function or a variable

15. HOUSEHOLD stove: a cooking stove with one or more ovens and with hotplates or burners on top

16. ECOLOGY area where organism is normally found: a geographical area in which a species of organism normally lives or grows

17. STATISTICS extent of frequency distribution: the difference between the smallest and the largest value in a frequency distribution

18. CONSTRUCTION north-south strip of townships: a north-south strip of townships six miles square and numbered east and west from a meridian in a U.S. public land survey

verb (past ranged, past participle ranged, present participle rang·ing, 3rd person present singular rang·es)

1. intransitive verb vary between

Saludos, :)


Bertha S. Deffenbaugh
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See below,

"Gama" is rightm you could qlso use "espectro"

Ramón Solá
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