Translation of centrifugal in Spanish:


centrífugo, adj.

Pronunciation /sɛnˈtrɪf(j)əɡəl/ /ˌsɛntrɪˈfjuːɡ(ə)l/ /sɛnˈtrɪfjʊɡ(ə)l/


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    • Einstein warmed to the idea that the gravitational field of the rest of the Universe might explain centrifugal and other inertial forces resulting from acceleration.
    • That produced a small centrifugal displacement of the beam indicative of its velocity distribution as imaged by faint deposits of silver.
    • In this schema, circulation was entirely centrifugal: blood moved only outward from the heart and liver to the various parts of the body, where it was consumed for nourishment.
    • Magnesium powder is also produced by gas jet or centrifugal disintegration of molten metal.
    • Each work contains a small riot of biomorphic form seeking a balance between exaggerated centrifugal and centripetal pressures.