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Traducciones detalladas de scaling de inglés a español

scaling:

scaling [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the scaling (storming; attack; assault; )
    el ataque; el asalto
  2. the scaling
    – In computer graphics, the process of enlarging or reducing a graphical image--scaling a font to a desired size or scaling a model created with a CAD program, for example. 1

Translation Matrix for scaling:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
asalto assault; attack; raid; run; rush; scaling; storming assault; bankrobbery; hold up; raid; street-robbery
ataque assault; attack; raid; run; rush; scaling; storming apoplectic stroke; assault; brain haemorrhage; cerebral haemorrhage; gust of wind; hold up; nervous breakdown; raid; squall; stroke
- grading
Not SpecifiedTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
ajuste de escala scaling
escalado scaling

Sinónimos de "scaling":


Definiciones relacionadas de "scaling":

  1. ascent by or as if by a ladder2
  2. act of measuring or arranging or adjusting according to a scale2
  3. the act of arranging in a graduated series2
  4. In computer graphics, the process of enlarging or reducing a graphical image--scaling a font to a desired size or scaling a model created with a CAD program, for example.1
  5. The process of expanding the capacity of a Web server or server cluster to accommodate increased site traffic and improve site performance.1

scale:

scale [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the scale (spectrum; gamma; gamut)
    la gama; el espectro; la serie
  2. the scale (boiler-scale)
    la incrustaciones; la destitución; el sedimiento; la amputación; la destronación
  3. the scale
    la incrustración calcárea; el sarro; la costra de cal
  4. the scale (gamut; spectrum)
    la escala musical
  5. the scale (flake)
    la escama
  6. the scale (musical scale; octave)
    la escala; el octavo; la escala musical; el espectro de colores; la octava real
  7. the scale
    – The capacity and performance of a given streaming media deployment. Web server networks are considered to be of a much larger scale compared to Windows Media server networks for delivering media streams, because of the ubiquity of HTTP. 1
    la escala

to scale verbo (scales, scaled, scaling)

  1. to scale
    – To enlarge or reduce the display of an item, such as a drawing or a proportional character font, by adjusting its size proportionally. 1

Conjugaciones de scale:

present
  1. scale
  2. scale
  3. scales
  4. scale
  5. scale
  6. scale
simple past
  1. scaled
  2. scaled
  3. scaled
  4. scaled
  5. scaled
  6. scaled
present perfect
  1. have scaled
  2. have scaled
  3. has scaled
  4. have scaled
  5. have scaled
  6. have scaled
past continuous
  1. was scaling
  2. were scaling
  3. was scaling
  4. were scaling
  5. were scaling
  6. were scaling
future
  1. shall scale
  2. will scale
  3. will scale
  4. shall scale
  5. will scale
  6. will scale
continuous present
  1. am scaling
  2. are scaling
  3. is scaling
  4. are scaling
  5. are scaling
  6. are scaling
subjunctive
  1. be scaled
  2. be scaled
  3. be scaled
  4. be scaled
  5. be scaled
  6. be scaled
diverse
  1. scale!
  2. let's scale!
  3. scaled
  4. scaling
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for scale:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
amputación boiler-scale; scale
costra de cal scale
destitución boiler-scale; scale
destronación boiler-scale; scale
escala musical scale; octave; scale chromatic spectrum; colour scale; port of call; range of colouring
escala musical gamut; musical scale; octave; scale; spectrum
escama flake; scale
espectro gamma; gamut; scale; spectrum apparition; bogey; delusion; fan; fantasm; fantasy; ghost; ghostly apparition; illusion; imaginair bogey; phantasm; phantasy; phantom; specter; spectre; spook
espectro de colores musical scale; octave; scale chromatic spectrum; color spectrum; colour scale; range of colouring
gama gamma; gamut; scale; spectrum chain; chainlet; chromatic spectrum; circlet; colour scale; range of colouring; ring; row; sequence; series; string
incrustaciones boiler-scale; scale
incrustración calcárea scale
octava real musical scale; octave; scale
octavo musical scale; octave; scale eighth
sarro scale boiler-scale; tartar
sedimiento boiler-scale; scale
serie gamma; gamut; scale; spectrum barge train; chain; chainlet; circlet; concatenation; cyclus; file; joint; line; rank; ring; row; sequence; series; string; succession; train
- exfoliation; graduated table; musical scale; ordered series; plate; scale leaf; scale of measurement; scurf; shell; weighing machine
VerbTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
escalar scale arise; ascend; break in; break into a house; climb; climb into; climb up; commit burglary; escalate; go up; mount; rise; rob; snowball; take off
- descale; surmount
AdjectiveTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
escalar scalar
ModifierTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
octavo eighth

Palabras relacionadas con "scale":


Sinónimos de "scale":


Definiciones relacionadas de "scale":

  1. a flattened rigid plate forming part of the body covering of many animals2
  2. a metal sheathing of uniform thickness (such as the shield attached to an artillery piece to protect the gunners)2
  3. an indicator having a graduated sequence of marks2
  4. a measuring instrument for weighing; shows amount of mass2
  5. (music) a series of notes differing in pitch according to a specific scheme (usually within an octave)2
  6. a thin flake of dead epidermis shed from the surface of the skin2
  7. a specialized leaf or bract that protects a bud or catkin2
  8. relative magnitude2
    • they entertained on a grand scale2
  9. the ratio between the size of something and a representation of it2
    • the scale of the map2
    • the scale of the model2
  10. an ordered reference standard2
    • judging on a scale of 1 to 102
  11. size or measure according to a scale2
    • This model must be scaled down2
  12. measure with or as if with scales2
    • scale the gold2
  13. remove the scales from2
    • scale fish2
  14. pattern, make, regulate, set, measure, or estimate according to some rate or standard2
  15. climb up by means of a ladder2
  16. reach the highest point of2
    • We scaled the Mont Blanc2
  17. take by attacking with scaling ladders2
    • The troops scaled the walls of the fort2
  18. measure by or as if by a scale2
    • This bike scales only 25 pounds2
  19. To enlarge or reduce the display of an item, such as a drawing or a proportional character font, by adjusting its size proportionally.1
  20. The capacity and performance of a given streaming media deployment. Web server networks are considered to be of a much larger scale compared to Windows Media server networks for delivering media streams, because of the ubiquity of HTTP.1

Wiktionary: scale

scale
noun
  1. ordered numerical sequence
  2. size or scope
  3. ratio of distances
  4. assigning a magnitude
  5. series of notes
  6. keratin pieces covering the skin of certain animals
  7. device
  8. dish of a balance
verb
  1. to climb
  2. remove the scales of

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
scale gama; escala musical toonschaal — een volgens bepaalde schema stijgende of dalende opeenvolging van tonen
scale gama; escala musical toonladder — een stijgende of dalende opeenvolging van tonen
scale escala MaßstabVerhältnis einer grafischen Darstellung zur Realität
scale escama Schuppe — regelmäßig geformte Platte aus Horn o. Ä. als Bestandteil der Haut vieler Tiere
scale gama; escala Skala — Tonleiter
scale escala musical TonleiterMusik: eine zusammenhängende auf- oder absteigende Reihenfolge von Tönen, in einer feststehenden Anordnung der Tonschritte
scale indicador AnzeigeTechnik: eine Vorrichtung zur Signalisierung von Zuständen und Werten
scale ábaco; nomograma abaque — Diagramme résolvant un problème numérique
scale tamaño; extensión ampleurcaractère de ce qui est ample.
scale báscula balance — métrol|fr instrument de mesure utilisé pour peser des éléments, pour déterminer leur masse.
scale estatura; talla; medida; dimensión; extensión; tamaño taillecoupe ; manière dont on couper certaines choses, dont elles tailler.
scale escama écaille — Petites lames minces et plates qui couvrir la peau de certains poissons et de certains reptiles.
scale escalera; escala échelledispositif composé de deux montants de bois ou de fer munis d’espace en espace de traverses de bois ou de fer disposées de manière qu’elles peuvent servir de degrés ou d’escalier.