Translation of android in Spanish:


androide, n.

Pronunciation /ˈænˌdrɔɪd/ /ˈandrɔɪd/


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    androide masculine
    • The science fiction fascination with robots and androids is the culmination of this perception of machines as being almost like one of us.
    • Modern Science Fiction abounds with intelligent robots and androids, both good and bad.
    • In the simplest, we have robots or androids who can think but who cannot feel joy, grief, guilt or jealousy.
    • The androids and robots were confused and scampered down corridors, knocking into things.
    • Meet the robot lobster and the android that not only smiles, frowns and blinks but also recognizes people and talks back.
    • Ishiguro reckons it might one day be possible to construct an android which passes for human, but only briefly.
    • Blogs will transform the human race into a hyper intelligent race of androids able to travel through time and shoot laser beams from their eyes!
    • He thought androids more conscientious, and convenient than the humans.
    • The wall of fire quickly spread and encircled the androids while giving cover to the retreating humans.
    • At about a mile from the house I stopped, knowing the android would be close behind.
    • At times, she had even put herself in serious jeopardy just to stop a android criminal.
    • The androids hacked the little plastic grenade launcher into small pieces and bound Leslie with so many chains that only her eyes were visible.
    • And if androids really do resemble people eventually, then to make a reasonable decision in real time they will still need emotions.
    • The future is always depicted as a place where a technical fix has gone wrong, where androids stalk a devastated urban landscape.
    • Kinski is about to bring to life a female android as a replacement for Max when he picks up three criminals on the run and the plot kicks off.
    • Smith plays Detective Del Spooner, who goes on the trail of an android suspected of murder.
    • The twist is that he is an android, living in a society in which the population is strictly controlled.
    • One such story sees a man fall in love with an android who cannot love him back.
    • Most science-fiction writers have kept the distinction between android and robot fairly clear.
    • The android stalked over on stubby legs and stopped next to Glenn's chair.