Translation of bearing in Spanish:

bearing

demora, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbɛrɪŋ/ /ˈbɛːrɪŋ/

noun

  • 1

    • 1.1Aviation Nautical

      demora feminine
      to take a bearing on sth tomar una demora de algo
      • The wreck was on a magnetic bearing of 360-degrees.
      • Benina held the Lady on a bearing of 330 northwest (of Benina) and compatible with the aircraft's route to and from Naples.
      • He lowered the nose and the chopper gained momentum, banking sharply to the left, he checked his magnetic compass and set off at a bearing of 282 degrees.
      • Twenty miles from the goal we had to jump to the cloud street to the west to go in the direction of the goal which was now at a bearing of about 340 degrees.
      • The tape is registered against the lower support guide by tilting the bearing less then a degree outward.
      • None of the magnets are suitable for use as magnetic bearings in nuclear centrifuges.
      • Go through it and follow a south-south-west bearing across the bald dome of the summit slopes to the 3556 ft summit itself.
      • If, however, you want to see more wreckage, then from the cave return to the stern of the Mohegan and follow a compass bearing to the south-west until the depth is just less than 18m.
      • Continue until the seabed drops, and when you reach the boulder-strewn sea floor, follow your compass bearing until you reach some angular rocks.
      • I submerge straight away to get out of the slosh and follow a compass bearing over the shallow kelp and into the Ore Stone.
      • From here I follow a compass bearing to swim out perpendicular to the wall past a forest of sea pens.
      • Glassfish were seemingly everywhere, and I would pause every now and then to regain my bearing whenever these living, moving silver clouds engulfed me.
      • I moved around, trying to get a bearing for my location in the room.
      • Linaps provides the gunner with the position of the gun and the exact bearing and elevation of the barrel.
      • It gives the range, relative bearing and range rate.
      • If the target's relative bearing has not changed and the range is decreasing, you should change your course or speed or prepare for a close encounter.
      • The ship vectored us for the approach, and I intercepted the final bearing at 21 miles and 6,000 feet.
      • Our final-approach controller began giving us vectors to intercept the final bearing.
      • The fire of individual fire units - batteries - was controlled by command posts which calculated the range and bearing to the target and gave the necessary orders to the guns.
      • We had an assigned firing bearing, and we went over the different trajectory options to get the best acquisition and kill.

    • 1.2(relevance)

      bearing on sth
      • that has no bearing on the subject
      • what is the bearing of his discovery on our work?
      • The kids felt the story was unrealistic and had no bearing or relevance to their lives.
      • None of those paragraphs have any bearing or have any relevance in considering the overseas cases because they were not dealing with the scheme of this legislation.
      • This is where managing relationships has the most bearing.
      • On the resolution of this issue, our role in the global peace movement has a very important bearing.
      • My question is, what is his relationship with his family and what bearing will the family have on if and when he decides to get married?
      • Although his subsequent post still has some bearing to the point of the article I linked, his behavior is reprehensible.
      • And because they're not part of the agreement, they have no legal bearing.
      • We say that has no bearing at all on the interpretation of the 1981 Act.
      • I do not think it had any bearing whatsoever, despite what members say, on the agreement to the leave.
      • This appears to have a bearing because things such as pest control and economics obviously are perhaps of greater concern to farmers and you could perhaps explain why there seems to be such a high percentage.
      • Thus, messages from ancestors have a bearing within a community and can alert men and women alike about any social breaks and lack of community ties.
      • These uncertainties also have an important bearing in understanding the complex and rapidly evolving tectonic history of the Adelaide Fold Belt.
      • He's also convinced that personal traits have a huge bearing.
      • But how much of a bearing does withholding truth have on that persons credibility, trust and integrity?
      • This sober attitude is needed, for the negative impact of a local government's financial instability will definitely have a national bearing.
      • Naomh Eoin's inability to use their extra man sufficiently definitely had a bearing, but St. Mullins must be commended for their team spirit.
      • The ability of a person to generate income increases also has a bearing, he said.
      • Money shouldn't be top of your list of qualities but it can have a bearing.
      • ‘To win it would be the victory of all victories,’ the Bolton boss said as he prepared to lock horns with Graeme Souness in a game that could have a major bearing in the relegation stakes.
      • We still don't know what is going to happen about Spennymoor United, who are struggling to fulfil their fixtures - that situation could have a bearing.

  • 2

    (way of standing) porte masculine
    (way of behaving) comportamiento masculine
    (way of behaving) modales masculine
    • A man's personality and mental make-up do have a bearing upon his conduct.
    • Twopeny shared the disdain of other English visitors for the conduct and bearing of the native-born, a disdain matched by the anxiety of English mothers watching their children run free.
    • Let us grant for the moment that individual choices and actions do reflect the moral bearing of a person, and that issues of morality can only be dealt with by spiritual, or deep self-enquiry.
    • In the egalitarian world of the NFL, in which free agency and a salary cap are designed to prevent the emergence of dynasties, these Super Bowl appearances imply an aristocratic bearing.
    • At every occasion, his personal bearing, his humility, and his profound remarks make you feel that you are in august company.
    • The physiognomy of the city and the bearing of its inhabitants share the portentous aspect of a drama.
    • His bearing, his sense, his dignity and organisational skills are hailed throughout the city.
    • At the same time, her children excel all the children in town in learning, in demeanor, and in a certain reserved and distinguished bearing.
    • It is not exactly a usual thing for a six-foot-five inch white man with a shock of white hair, a man of distinguished bearing to ask for a job as a hotwalker at a racetrack.
    • Others, more worldly and human in their bearing, interpret the bharata natyam dancer's role as that of a frank seductress.
    • The exhaustion shows, though his military bearing and appearance (he still has the buzz cut of a man in uniform) belie the toll the case has taken on him.
    • Dressed like Sunday boaters, they appeared casual, but had a military bearing.
    • They would cultivate a military bearing, trying to take a disciplinary flogging with manly indifference, and giving a smart salute after it.
    • Footwear is one aspect that can make a difference to the bearing of the person, literally and figuratively.
    • In her bearing, speech and manner, Medea, then is no longer the supernatural being who charmed Jason into marrying her, but a cold, calculating woman, her mind set at a single purpose.
    • A short fellow with a refined bearing, Gavaskar consistently got hundreds and double-hundreds against top-class bowling.
    • But her deflated bearing and tone is also a touch obvious - labored, you might say, in its listlessness.
    • He has fleshy pale cheeks, bright brown eyes and an eager bearing that leaves the impression of an overgrown boy.
    • It was not the profundity of his words but the silent strength of his bearing that was so powerful.
    • The effect on their bearing and appearance is all too often appalling.
    • Most were Sikhs, Rajputs or Gurkhas, people whom the British classed as ‘martial races’ and they were much admired for their bearing, courage and steadfastness.
    • Unless looks deceive so convincingly, he does not look indigent and like someone in state of abject poverty; more like a man in full control of his bearing, faculties and appearance.
    • One soldier testified that the bearing and behaviour of the men convinced the soldiers on duty that those involved in the raid were ‘superior officers’.
    • But in spite of his melancholy bearing and despondent expression, there were few who could say that they had ever seen a man of more distinguished presence.
    • In The Wolf Man, Rains is the perfect lord of the manor with his patrician bearing and smooth manner with the town's officials.
    • Moreover her stage bearing has a rare grace and dignity.
    • His bearing made him appear aloof, as if he sat heads above everyone else.
    • He was hugely muscular and with the arrogant bearing of a man who knew he would get what he wanted.
    • I notice his erect bearing, his poker face, only his moving cheek muscles betray that this man is under great tension.
    • Blind people quickly learn to find their bearing (space, time) in judo training and to move around with self-assurance.
    • Cusack copes well with the physical demands of the production, offering convincing portrayals of women who are markedly different in appearance and bearing.
  • 3

    Mechanics
    • 3.1(assembly)

      cojinete masculine
      rodamiento masculine

    • 3.2

      ball bearing cojinete
      • roller bearing cojinete de rodillo
      • needle bearing cojinete de aguja
      • If the bearings that allow the crankshaft to turn freely are worn out, the crankshaft cannot turn so the engine cannot run.
      • After all, who's likely to take an engine apart to examine what kind of bearings the crankshaft is rotating in?
      • Friction is also found in bearings, piston rings, transmission and rear-end gears, and a host of other car parts.
      • In the medical and pharmaceutical sectors, Amiloy 22 can be used to fabricate shaft bushings, bearings, piston rings, pump parts, and slide pads.
      • Meanwhile, hydrodynamic lubrication in plain bearings and piston rings can be analysed in seconds.
      • Other advanced industries, like those producing machine tools and bearings, were painfully emerging but were at a low technical level.
      • Axle bearings, suspensions, pivot points, and all lube points should be checked to see if there is any leakage or potential failures.
      • Applications include valve nuts, cam bearings, impellers, hangers in pickling baths, agitators, crane gears and connecting rods.
      • A typical rebuild is new pistons, rods, main and rod bearings, piston rings, and a valve job.
      • The nut on the end of the axle holds on the wheels, and the inside of the bearings are always in contact with the axle.
      • Slip bearings allow the two halves to move independently.
      • Our distributor looked at the machine and found bearings that were near failure.
      • New air cycle machine bearings have been developed and will improve the robustness of the system.
      • My machine would need new bearings, a new controller board and several other components if it was to be brought back to life.
      • Each spreader is made of heavy-gauged steel with rugged cast-iron axle bearings that are guaranteed to last.
      • The lower line feeds the big end bearings and the upper line the main bearings and piston cooling jets.
      • Hydrodynamic bearings were substituted, which develop an air film when the tape gets up to speed and flies over the surface.
      • ‘Tap the yoke gently and the bearing should appear,’ was one classic phrase I learned from Mr. Haynes.
      • An artificial hip joint consists of three parts, the ball, the bearing and the cup.
      • This feature of the T-carts was attributed to the heavier weight of the T-carts but in fact it was due to a different type of bearing used in the caster piece where it attached to the cart.