Translation of miniaturize in Spanish:


miniaturizar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈmɪn(i)ətʃəˌraɪz/ /ˈmɪnɪtʃərʌɪz/

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transitive verb

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    • He explains that while the technology behind the device is not itself new, the fact that it is miniaturized to this scale is a breakthrough.
    • Fuel cells could replace power plants to produce electricity on a large scale; and they could be miniaturized to replace batteries in computers and even watches.
    • The solution to these problems was to use miniaturized sensors and computers to give individual interceptors the ability to operate without support from a garage.
    • Current miniaturized off-the-shelf computers cannot handle that computational load.
    • Sporadic heavy-handedness aside, the film works nicely both as a character drama and a cannily miniaturized epic, a modestly scaled but undeniably affecting fable with lingering moral heft.
    • Despite the superficial difference in size and form, they could actually be considered miniaturized versions of the mighty scale trees.
    • Reducing masterpiece paintings is not a form of original artistic creation and miniaturized calligraphy eliminates the rich changes and methods of expression in traditional calligraphy.
    • This report is really disturbing for I am certain that some leftover, moldy Chinese food in my refrigerator is a perfect miniaturized replica of the lost continent of Atlantis.
    • Taglines strike me as miniaturized mission statements.
    • The multifunction device combines miniaturized versions of a digital camera, PC camera, video recorder and audio recorder.
    • On our part, we are fed zoological lies and stop-action sea life, affected dialogue and miniaturized characterizations.
    • The exhibits were miniaturized copies of paintings showing different architectural features and part of a garden of that time.
    • They have been miniaturized so as to make them less threatening or intimidating to their small owners.
    • In the grand scheme of things, I don't think that a few miniaturized atomic weapons will make any difference.
    • Although these systems are electronically and functionally complex, they can be miniaturized sufficiently so that one portion can be implanted and the remainder worn or carried easily in a pocket.
    • DNA chips are highly miniaturized devices containing an orderly, matrix-like arrangement of synthesized oligonucleotides or pure DNA fragments.
    • This time around the experiment involves hotheaded Navy pilot Tuck Pendleton and his ship being miniaturized to the size of a pin head and injected into a rabbit!
    • Recent designs have miniaturized electrical motors activating a pusher plate within the device, but connected to externally carried batteries by wire, or by a transcutaneous electrical energy transfer system.
    • Metd recently began collaborating with Duke University (Durham, NC) to develop miniaturized ultrasound devices.
    • Finally, a different technology relies on catheters with several miniaturized solid state transducers as an alternative to the conventional manometry equipment.