Translation of compression in Spanish:


compresión, n.

Pronunciation /kəmˈprɛʃən/ /kəmˈprɛʃ(ə)n/

See Spanish definition of compresión


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    compresión feminine
    • Lossless data compression is used for data that must not be changed even a single bit.
    • Metastatic disease in the lumbar area can cause spinal cord compression.
    • The added bonus of lossless audio compression is a boon for people who have good speakers and good ears.
    • Treatment should be initiated as soon as spinal cord compression is diagnosed.
    • One way to mitigate the packet loss problem is through lossless data compression.
    • And what about that new video compression technology that will allow us to receive full-screen video over the Net?
    • By far, the most interoperable video compression technology in use today is MPEG, the Moving Pictures Experts Group.
    • The most common causes of this syndrome are extrinsic compression of the superior vena cava and intraluminal venous thrombosis.
    • A hematoma usually results from multiple punctures and failure to apply adequate compression on the injured vessel.
    • The performance of an ABI is important for ruling out significant arterial occlusive disease before applying compression.
    • The compression of sea water under pressure is significant.
    • There was no reduction in the incidence of spinal cord compression.
    • To reach high surface pressures, the rate of compression must then exceed the rate of collapse.
    • Such compression may be beneficial in reducing transmission time over the Internet.
    • Good healthy heart muscle is there but cannot function properly because of compression.
    • The deformation energy for stretching is smaller than for comparable compression.
    • Suspension bridges deal with compression by focusing it through the cables into to towers.
    • Likewise, there is tension or relief from compression in the upper portion of the cell.
    • He also measured the amount of heat released during the compression and expansion of gases.
    • Upon compression, the fluorescent rims became broader and the dark areas smaller.
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    compresión feminine