instrumental


instrumental
adj.
1 instrumental.
2 documentary, pertaining to legal instruments.
m.
1 instruments.
instrumental médico surgical instruments
2 set of medical instruments, equipment, medical equipment, medical instruments.
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instrumental
adjetivo
1 (música) instrumental
nombre masculino
1 instruments plural, instrumentation
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FRASEOLOGÍA
instrumental quirúrgico surgical instruments plural
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adj.
instrumental
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1. ADJ
1) (Mús) instrumental
2) (Jur)

prueba instrumental — documentary evidence

2. SM
1) (=conjunto de instrumentos) instruments pl , set of instruments

el instrumental de laboratorio — the laboratory instruments

el instrumental quirúrgico — the surgical instruments

2) (Ling) instrumental, instrumental case
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I
adjetivo (Mús) instrumental
II
masculino
a) (Med) equipment, set of instruments
b) (Mús) instruments (pl)
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= contributory, instrumental.
Ex. It directly or indirectly incorporated or paralleled several prevailing objectives and concepts of the communication and behavioral sciences and other contributory disciplines.
Ex. There are five types of 'gratification', instrumental, prestige, reinforcement, aesthetic and respite, to be derived from the reading of literature.
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* grupo instrumental = ensemble.
* obra para grupo instrumental = ensemble work.
* tecnología instrumental = enabling technology.
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I
adjetivo (Mús) instrumental
II
masculino
a) (Med) equipment, set of instruments
b) (Mús) instruments (pl)
* * *
= contributory, instrumental.

Ex: It directly or indirectly incorporated or paralleled several prevailing objectives and concepts of the communication and behavioral sciences and other contributory disciplines.

Ex: There are five types of 'gratification', instrumental, prestige, reinforcement, aesthetic and respite, to be derived from the reading of literature.
* grupo instrumental = ensemble.
* obra para grupo instrumental = ensemble work.
* tecnología instrumental = enabling technology.

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instrumental1
adjective
A (Mús) instrumental
B (Der) ‹prueba› documentary, documental
testigo instrumental subscribing witness
instrumental2
masculine
1 (Med) equipment, set of instruments
2 (Mús) instruments (pl)
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instrumental adjetivo (Mús) instrumental
■ sustantivo masculino (Med) equipment, set of instruments
instrumental adjetivo instrumental
música instrumental, instrumental music
'instrumental' also found in these entries:
English:
agony
- exhibit
- instrumental
- part
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instrumental
adj
1. [composición musical] instrumental
2. [central]
fue instrumental para la consecución de la paz it was key to the achievement of peace
nm
1. [equipamiento] instruments
Comp
instrumental médico surgical instruments
2. [canción] instrumental
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instrumental
I adj instrumental
II m MED instruments pl
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instrumental adj
: instrumental

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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