Translation of airstream in Spanish:


corriente de aire, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɛrˌstrim/ /ˈɛːstriːm/


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    corriente de aire feminine
    • Hail showers are quite common over the British Isles in westerly and northerly airstreams in spring.
    • They occur from July to September, when changing airstreams draw moisture-laden currents from Mexico tot he dry Southwest.
    • The moist yet cool south-west airstreams undercut the dry and hot continental air, leading to vigorous and deep convection.
    • The Observatory said the hot weather was caused by a southwesterly airstream.
    • Orographic assent is where an airstream hits a mountain and rises because of the topography.
    • Temperatures rocketed under the influence of a southwesterly airstream.
    • This occurs when high pressure systems lie to the east, and a cold front is advancing from the west - a combination that directs a hot northerly airstream across these states.
    • This amazing feat is consistent with the westerly airstream prevalent in the latitude of South Africa.
    • The sound of the human whistle, like that in the most primitive instrumental forms - a whistle fashioned from a hollow tube of wood or straw - is made by the turbulence generated in an airstream at the narrow orifice formed by pursing the lips.
    • Engineers refined the luggage rack crossbars, upgraded the door seals and repositioned the windshield wiper arms below the main airstream coming off the hood to significantly reduce wind noise.
    • There was a panel sticking up 2 inches into the airstream.
    • The military has used systems with modulated airstreams, but it takes a lot of air.
    • The air volume in the cylinder was 115 ml and an airstream of 15 ml min - 1 was pumped through the root/nodule compartment.
    • Only the Dyson, which relies on centrifugal force to spin the dust out of the airstream, maintains constant suction.
    • The system cools incoming gases to approximately 180F, humidifies the airstream and charges particulate and water droplets with opposite polarity.
    • A swift low-pressure airstream takes some molecules from this boundary layer and reduces molecular impacts on that surface of the wing across which the airstream moves faster.
    • The other blower blows a fresh airstream in through the heat exchangers.
    • An important aspect to consider, even if you opt for the single-surfboard version you've found, is that the top of the board will almost certainly be in the airstream over the top of the car.
    • An active air filtration system provides a counterflow airstream that actually works to keep dust from entering the cooling system.
    • However, we may consider a simple model in which the feather is assumed to be an isolated, flat, rigid object in a uniform airstream.