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13:06 Apr 29, 2001
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: slotted
common slotted
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naVer abajo
Bertha S. Deffenbaugh
naranurado comúnxxxtrans4u


  

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25 mins
ranurado común


Explanation:
common-común
slotter-ranurado,

Saludos,

Bye

xxxtrans4u
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19 hrs
Ver abajo


Explanation:
Hola,

Es devidente que SLOTTED es un participio, no un sustantivo.

No sé qué tema estamos tratando. Slots puede tener muchos significados diferentes y me parece peligroso darle una traducción ignorando de qué se trata.

Te paso información del ENCARTA WORLD ENGLISH DICTIONARY.

Dadas las circunstancias, tú estás en mejores condiciones que yo de saber de qué se trata. Con éstas definiciones, tendrás más que suficiente.

Suerte!
Saludos,:)

BD



SLOT 1 [slot ] noun (plural slots)

1. opening: a narrow vertical or horizontal opening into which something can be inserted Put the coin in the slot.

2. AEROSPACE air passage: an air passage in an airfoil that directs air from the lower to the upper surface

3. scheduled time: an assigned place and time in a sequence or schedule The station is moving the new comedy to a prime-time slot next month.

4. BUSINESS job: a job or a position in a company or other organization

5. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING See expansion slot

verb (past slot·ted, past participle slot·ted, present participle slot·ting, 3rd person present singular slots)

1. transitive and intransitive verb assign a place to something: to put something in a specific place, position, or time We've slotted your appointment for three o'clock tomorrow afternoon.

2. transitive verb make slot in something: to cut a slot or slots in something


[14th century. From Old French esclot "hollow of the breastbone," of unknown origin.]






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