Translation of earpiece in Spanish:


auricular, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɪrˌpis/ /ˈɪəpiːs/

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  • 1

    (of phone)
    auricular masculine
    tubo masculine River Plate
    • And when riders do get away, the others hear all about it in their radio earpieces.
    • Hands-free earpieces for cellphones do not necessarily cut the brain's exposure to microwaves
    • Just plug in the phone earpiece and then jot down notes easily on the hybrid device.
    • The product allows the wearer to hear a two-way radio or cell phone through a wireless earpiece.
    • If the bid is successful, investigators will be able to tail suspects by using sophisticated video cameras, radios and earpieces.
    • One young man monitoring police frequencies on a futuristic little radio communicates to organizers via an earpiece attached to a cell phone.
    • Students work in groups and ask questions aloud, receiving information through earpieces that feed constant information and personalized entertainment upon request.
    • His voice echoed in the telephone's earpiece, ‘What happened, did you finally get to meet them?’
    • You need to attach the earpiece to get the radio to play, but you can also choose to ‘turn on the speaker’ if you want to share your music.
    • If you dial a call on your cell phone, the earpiece cuts in on the call automatically.
    • For example, a wireless link between a cell phone and an earpiece supporting an audio link is currently available in the marketplace.
    • When it received text messages, a text-to-speech synthesiser played them into an earpiece.
    • ‘This changes nothing,’ Fields' raspy voice crackled in Aaron's earpiece over the radio.
    • Ari inserted his tiny radio earpiece and donned his helmet.
    • The earpiece on his cell phone had rattled with the shout.
    • My only gripe about this phone is it does not have a loudspeaker function for hands-free calling without using a earpiece.
    • We were unofficially escorted from block to block, never seeming to be out of sight of someone with a radio and earpiece.
    • Allison received the transmission through her tiny earpiece.
    • This means plugging an extension into the mobile phone and using an earpiece and a microphone.
    • The use of radios is forbidden, except with the use of earpieces.
  • 2

    (of glasses)
    patilla feminine
    • In the Hunterian Museum at the Royal College of Surgeons of England is a silver nose, painted pink, affixed to a pair of wire earpieces.
    • Mrs. D. wanted me to take my glasses on and off, chew on the earpieces, essentially turn them into a prop.
    • I closed my eyes and took off my glasses, my hand automatically hooking the earpiece on the pocket of my coat.