Translation of blinker in Spanish:


intermitente, n.

Pronunciation /ˈblɪŋkər/ /ˈblɪŋkə/


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    • 1.1Motor Vehicles

      intermitente masculine
      direccional feminine Colombia, Mexico
      señalizador (de viraje) masculine Chile
      • We must remove our blinkers to allow a fuller account of Aboriginal history to unfold.
      • Their prettiness are in the selfish mind and in the untrained eyes behind the blinkers of this blind beholder!
      • I met him at a point in my life when I was just ready to look at the world and it was like he took my blinkers off.
      • Tudor history has often been seen through English blinkers but how and how far did events in Ireland, Scotland and Europe influence the English Reformation?
      • Take off your blinkers and look at the big picture.
      • I particularly liked the vehicle's side blinker.
      • This is just some stupid road with a red light on and my blinker is saying that I am headed for the left.
      • As we merge into traffic, he uses both his blinker and an arm signal.
      • Josh turned on his left blinker and rolled to a stop at the red light.
      • Try to hit the blinker and reset your cruise control.
      • The green light always takes an eon to change while my left blinker gives off its annoying click.
      • Nick put on his blinker and drove into a parking spot.
      • Brian flicked his blinker signal and descended the exit ramp.
      • It turned on its blinker and drove into his driveway.
      • Mara slowed at a stoplight and switched on the right blinker.
      • Signal your intention to change the lane in good time by using the blinker and if necessary, by hand signalling, says the handbook.
      • ‘Easy enough for you to say,’ I'd reminded him, watching him shift the blinker on as we turned off the main road.
      • Then he turned his right blinker on, and I sighed in relief.
      • Putting his blinker on, he managed to work his way over two lanes to the side of the freeway, all the while making sure that the car behind him followed.
      • A mile later I flick on my left blinker and turn into the plaza.
      • Jack only switched his right blinker on and turned towards Route 301 instead.
      • His car cruised down the right lane of the street with its blinker on.
      • Joan once opened her mouth to tell him where to turn, but he switched his blinker before she could say anything.
      • I put on my blinker and turned onto the road, which was heavily laden with fog.
      • Kyle flipped on his blinker and a few moments later we were heading down the road, towards the lake.

    • 1.2US Transport

      señal intermitente feminine

  • 2blinkers plural

    (on horse)
    anteojeras feminine
    tapaojos masculine Colombia
    • Storming Home also proved the value of the controversial sheepskin cheekpieces which are now regularly fitted to horses who find blinkers and visors too claustrophobic.
    • The horse's owner puts leather blinkers close to its eyes so that it can only see what its master wants it to see, not look here or there.
    • This year's fuelled by such high octane horsepower you'll need to pull in the reins and wear blinkers to avoid cantering off course in all directions.
    • Horses must be stripped of all clothing except small rubbers the size of the saddle and hoods with blinkers attached.
    • He finished 13 th and wore a pair of blinkers, which I now think should be banned in that race.
    • But Refinement, fitted with blinkers for the first time, returned to the winner's enclosure with an impressive nine-length victory.
    • I was pleased with the others except Fadalko who didn't really take to the blinkers for the first time.
    • Favourite First Gold, wearing blinkers, was looking for his third success in the race and led for most the race.
    • It is just that the racegoers look as if they might have been wearing blinkers when they got dressed that morning.
    • If we had taken the blinkers off him and changed the colors on him, he'd have looked exactly like Star.
    • But her time was actually the fastest of the morning, and I didn't have the blinkers on her.
    • He really galloped well in the blinkers, so we put them on for the race and gave him Lasix, but I think the blinkers really made a difference.
    • We put blinkers on her, and that seemed to work really well.
    • We slapped the blinkers on him in his work and I felt he showed a little bit of improvement but certainly not enough to think he could win.
    • We took the blinkers off and were trying to get her to relax a little more.… it looks like it worked.
    • He guns for his fourth straight victory since the addition of blinkers.
    • Horses do not improve with first time blinkers.
    • The five-year-old went from strength to strength after being applied with blinkers last season and emerged as one of the leading novices.
    • The application of blinkers worked a treat on this filly at Ayr last time when she romped home by eight lengths in a maiden race.
    • For a long time, I thought this was just wrong and foolish on their part, but now I see a certain benefit to those blinkers.

transitive verb

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    (horse) ponerle anteojeras a
    (horse) ponerle tapaojos a Colombia
    they were blinkered by their prejudices sus prejuicios los cegaban
    • As any horse-cab driver in downtown Cairo knows, a horse must be blinkered to navigate the streets, or else the traffic will cause it to shy.
    • Advocaat's patience with the Italian has appeared infinite, but one wonders whether pride has blinkered the manager's approach.