How do you say website link in Spanish?
web link n enlace nm. Exemplos: el televisor, un piso. hipervínculo nm.
What is the Spanish word for application?
aplicación – application, diligence, dedication. empleo – employment, occupation, job, use, usage.
What is the significance of the URL?
URL stands for Uniform Resource Locator, and is used to specify addresses on the World Wide Web. A URL is the fundamental network identification for any resource connected to the web (e.g., hypertext pages, images, and sound files).
How do you say keyboard in Spanish?
Spanish Word: teclado The keyboard and the mouse are broken.
What are the different keyboard shortcuts for translation?
Here are the different, useful shortcuts: CTRL + CTRL + BACKSPACE Jump to the previous segment. CTRL + CTRL + ENTER Jump to the next segment. CTRL + T Copy source text to translated text. TAB Insert next interpolated variable or HTM CTRL + 1 to CTRL + 9 Insert corresponding translation memory
What are connective words in Spanish?
Connective words (also called linking words or conectores in Spanish) are words that link or connect different ideas or arguments within a text. They help us enrich our descriptive or narrative texts, giving flow to our accounts, and avoiding a plain or unrelated sequence of sentences. Take a look at the following text: Ayer desayuné.
How to translate a Russian link to English on Facebook?
This link, when clicked would take you to the Google Translate page, auto detect the language, and translate it from Russian into English. The “+” symbols are needed between the words in the phrase to be translated to insure that Facebook includes the entire phrase in the link.
What do you think about the Spanish translation of the scarlet ibis?
The language in both the original and the Spanish translation of this bilingual short story is extremely suitable for language learning. It made an excellent parallel text even if I have to say so myself. Also, it is one of the rare times that I’ve made a Spanish-English only parallel text (no pesky French column.)