Translation of hardware in Spanish:


ferretería, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhɑrdˌwɛr/ /ˈhɑːdwɛː/


  • 1

    ferretería feminine
    • They aren't expensive and are sold by DIY shops, hardware stores and locksmiths.
    • Chris and her brother Jim run it alongside the grocery business, hardware store and fishing tackle shop.
    • Retail products range from work wear and lawn and garden supplies to hardware and pet foods.
    • Apart from selling groceries, Lidl stores also sell hardware and clothes.
    • The hardware stores sold spades, forks, rakes and all sorts of farming implements.
    • The hardware shops will probably be pushed out by souvenir stalls, and the tourists will flood in.
    • Max Attrill is calling it quits after 49 years in hardware and trade supplies.
    • My guess is that you have a low flow toilet with tank hardware that is faulty or out of adjustment.
    • Install doors and hardware in accordance with manufacturer's printed instructions.
    • An imaginative new owner might turn it into a goldmine by moving into garden equipment, or hardware, for example.
    • Note the volume of metal hardware on bags and opt for some with hardware styling.
    • Remove any easily removed hardware attached to the trim or mask hardware with tape.
    • When you replace the toilet seat, go with with either plastic or brass hardware.
    • The list of items bought included lawn equipment, bathroom fixtures, hardware and even a refrigerator.
    • The metal hardware and decorations attached to furniture often survive in the ground.
    • If you want to prove your attention to detail, you can also work on things like hardware and fixtures.
    • As a general merchandiser it offers shoes, clothes, domestic hardware and household goods.
    • Finally the canopy rigging hardware was adjusted so that the canopy was correctly placed.
    • All awning hardware must be mounted on either window frame or exterior wall to keep the awning level.
    • The Fairy Silk Canopy requires no special hardware, just a hook or limb to which a ribbon can be tied.
  • 2

    (equipment, machinery)
    equipo masculine
    maquinaria feminine
    military hardware armamento
    • The reliability of military equipment and hardware is also on a steady decline.
    • Global politics shift, military hardware and strategies are tried and tested and new forms of protest emerge.
    • Yet for all the talk of military hardware and holy war, little time is devoted to what happens if it goes wrong.
    • He showered it with billions of dollars of military hardware.
    • India has built up remarkable capability in training, military technology and in hardware.
    • Incomplete equipment may render some of the new hardware incapable of being more than military targets.
    • Much of this debate so far has been preoccupied with the hardware of the military.
    • Its high-tech hardware can ensure a response to a proposed strike by enemy bombers in less than 10 minutes.
    • France and Germany combined to block moves to send Patriot missiles and other Nato hardware to defend Turkey in the event of war.
    • If you believe that, I have a shiny hunk of useless Cold War hardware to sell you.
    • They do have a problem with the procurement of future hardware, but that is no excuse for weakening our current defence capability.
    • So Iran had to undertake a secrete program to acquire the advanced hardware and technical knowledge.
    • It's very good for the morale of the troops, with it usually comes some hardware, and that's important.
    • Yet, the US has displayed an awesome presence with more hardware on its way.
    • Now when push comes to shove, you own that piece of hardware next to you and the pole position of the running of the Indianapolis 500.
    • Using outsourcing, a business will pay for the IT service and not the IT hardware.
    • The hospital aims to acquire new hardware through a combination of purchases, leases and hire purchases.
    • The hardware and timing routines were the same as those used in Experiment 1.
    • Such countries are weak in actual combat, even when their hardware looks impressive.
    • There's been some heavy hardware going in and outta that place.
  • 3

    hardware masculine
    soporte físico masculine
    equipo masculine
    • This avoids the complications that often result from putting old hardware into new equipment.
    • The development and testing of the Alarm hardware was a lengthy and challenging process.
    • It has put in - for free - Wi-Fi hardware equipment in a slew of hotels around Ireland.
    • Look at the overall condition and make sure all hardware is in place and secured.
    • Extensive software testing included stand alone tests and hardware in the loop tests.
    • They can persuade us to spend thousands on high-tech hardware that becomes obsolete the moment we sign the credit card chit.
    • Linux is one popular variety, mainly because it is free and runs on intel hardware.
    • Some of them are to do with hardware and hardware can certainly make pretty much anything function badly.
    • This capability will only improve as costs decrease and hardware and software improve.
    • It runs on a variety of computer hardware including Intel clones and Apple Macintosh computers.
    • If you buy a new computer, monitor or mobile phone this Christmas, recycle your hardware.
    • Thus the financial and technological investment required is measured as much in software as in any hardware terms.
    • Otellini yesterday gave further details of Intel's embedded hardware security technology.
    • Server hardware is usually built to facilitate easy upgrading of hardware and replacing of broken parts.
    • When you pulled out the old hardware, you essentially interrupted a magical circuit.
    • A code is produced based upon the Product key and various details pertaining to your PC hardware.
    • He thinks the current generation of hardware has moved beyond it, except for technical limitations.
    • You'll know that your network hardware is set up properly when every PC in your home has internet access.
    • When hardware becomes obsolete only researchers may have an interest in preserving it.
    • The hardware has been redesigned to prevent damage caused by short circuits or power surges.
    • After his surgeon replaced the infected hardware, Downing was finally good to go.