auricular

adj.
1 auricular.
2 aural, auditive.
m.
1 receiver.
auriculares headphones (cascos)
2 headphone, ear-phone, earphone, earpiece.
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auricular
adjetivo
1 auricular, of the ear
nombre masculino
1 (teléfono) receiver, earpiece
2 (dedo) little finger
nombre masculino plural auriculares
1 earphones, headphones
* * *
noun m.
receiver
* * *
1.
ADJ aural, of the ear

el pabellón auricular — the outer ear

2. SM
1) (=dedo) little finger
2) [de teléfono] receiver, handset
pl auriculares (=cascos) headphones, earphones
* * *
masculino
a) (del teléfono) receiver
b) auriculares masculino plural (Audio) headphones (pl), earphones (pl)
* * *
= handset, receiver.
Ex. Acoustic couplers serve a similar purpose except that they are not permanently wired; the handset is placed in the acoustic coupler to achieve a connection once a telephone line had been opened.
Ex. 'Good morning,' he said cheerfully as he picked up the receiver.
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* auricular del teléfono = telephone handset.
* auriculares = headphones, earphones, headset.
* * *
masculino
a) (del teléfono) receiver
b) auriculares masculino plural (Audio) headphones (pl), earphones (pl)
* * *
= handset, receiver.

Ex: Acoustic couplers serve a similar purpose except that they are not permanently wired; the handset is placed in the acoustic coupler to achieve a connection once a telephone line had been opened.

Ex: 'Good morning,' he said cheerfully as he picked up the receiver.
* auricular del teléfono = telephone handset.
* auriculares = headphones, earphones, headset.

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auricular1
adjective
auricular2
masculine
1 (del teléfono) receiver
2 auriculares mpl (Audio) headphones (pl), earphones (pl)
* * *

auricular sustantivo masculino
a) (del teléfono) receiver

b)

auriculares sustantivo masculino plural (Audio) headphones (pl), earphones (pl)

auricular sustantivo masculino
1 Tel receiver 2 auriculares, earphones, headphones
'auricular' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
bocina
- colgar
English:
dial
- handset
- receiver
- replace
- hand
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auricular
adj
auricular
nm
1. [de teléfono] receiver
2.
auriculares [de arco] headphones;
[de botón] earphones
* * *
auricular
m
1 de teléfono receiver;
descolgar el auricular take the phone off the hook
2
:
auriculares pl headphones, earphones
* * *
auricular nm
: telephone receiver
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auricular n (de teléfono) receiver

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • Auricular — Au*ric u*lar ([add]*r[i^]k [ u]*l[ e]r), a. [LL. auricularis: cf. F. auriculaire. See {Auricle}.] 1. Of or pertaining to the ear, or to the sense of hearing; as, auricular nerves. [1913 Webster] 2. Told in the ear, i. e., told privately; as,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • auricular — AURICULÁR, Ă, auriculari, e, adj. 1. Al urechii, privitor la ureche; care seamănă cu urechea. 2. Al auriculului, privitor la auricul. [pr.: a u ] – Din fr. auriculaire. Trimis de ana zecheru, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX 98  auriculár adj. m. (sil. a… …   Dicționar Român

  • auricular — adjetivo 1. Del oído: lesión auricular. 2. De las aurículas del corazón: orificio auricular. sustantivo masculino 1. En un aparato o en un instrumento, pieza que se utiliza para oír: Si dejas caer el teléfono, puede romperse el auricular …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • auricular — relativo a la aurícula o al oído. Músculo auricular (imagen anatómica [véase http://www.iqb.es/diccio/m/musculos.htm#vista lateral]). Dedo meñique. Punto craneométrico correpondiente al orificio del conducto auditivo externo Diccionario ilustrado …   Diccionario médico

  • auricular — adj. 2 g. 1. Relativo à aurícula, à orelha ou ao ouvido. 2. Relativo a escuta. 3. Que ouviu dizer, mas não viu. 4. Usado na orelha (ex.: aparelho auricular). • s. m. 5. Dispositivo usado na orelha, composto geralmente de auscultador e microfone.… …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • auricular — [ô rik′yoolər, ô rik′yələr] adj. [ME auriculer < ML auricularis < L auricula: see AURICLE] 1. of or near the ear, or having to do with the sense of hearing 2. received by or spoken directly into the ear; private [an auricular confession] 3 …   English World dictionary

  • auricular — index confidential, privy Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • auricular — 1540s, auditory (originally of confessions), from M.L. auricularis, from L. auricula (see AURICLE (Cf. auricle)). Meaning pertaining to the ear is from 1640s …   Etymology dictionary

  • auricular — *aural, audible …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • auricular — ► adjetivo 1 ANATOMÍA Del oído: ■ tiene una fuerte infección auricular. 2 ANATOMÍA De las aurículas del corazón: ■ padece mucho por la malformación auricular. ► sustantivo masculino 3 TECNOLOGÍA Aparato que se aplica al oído y que produce señales …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • auricular — {{#}}{{LM A04056}}{{〓}} {{SynA04148}} {{[}}auricular{{]}} ‹au·ri·cu·lar› {{《}}▍ adj.inv.{{》}} {{<}}1{{>}} Del oído o relacionado con él: • el pabellón auricular.{{○}} {{<}}2{{>}} De las aurículas del corazón o relacionado con ellas: • las paredes …   Diccionario de uso del español actual con sinónimos y antónimos

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