loop

loop
lu:p
1. noun
1) (a doubled-over part of a piece of rope, chain etc: She made a loop in the string.) lazo
2) (a U-shaped bend in a river etc.) meandro, recodo
3) (IUD; a contraceptive device used by women.) DIU

2. verb
(to fasten with, or form into, a loop or loops: He looped the rope round a post.) formar un lazo
loop
tr[lʊːp]
noun
1 (in string etc) lazo
2 (contraceptive) esterilete nombre masculino, diu nombre masculino
3 (made by aircraft) rizo
4 SMALLCOMPUTING/SMALL bucle nombre masculino
transitive verb
1 pasar
loop the rope round the post pasa la cuerda alrededor del poste
intransitive verb
1 formar un lazo
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to loop the loop rizar el rizo
loop ['lu:p] vt
1) : hacer lazadas con
2)
to loop around : pasar alrededor de
loop vi
1) : rizar el rizo (dícese de un avión)
2) : serpentear (dícese de una carretera)
loop n
1) : lazada f (en hilo o cuerda)
2) bend: curva f
3) circuit: circuito m cerrado
4) : rizo m (en la aviación)
to loop the loop: rizar el rizo
loop
n.
bucle (Informática) s.m.
bucle s.m.
capotaje s.m.
circuito cerrado s.m.
curva s.f.
lazo s.m.
presilla s.f.
rizo s.m.
vuelta s.f.
v.
hacer bucles v.
luːp
I
noun
1)
a) (shape) curva f; (in river) meandro m
b) (in string, cable) lazada f
c) (in sewing) presilla f
d) (Aviat)

to loop the loop — rizar* el rizo

2)
a) (circuit) circuito m cerrado, lazo m
b) (Comput) bucle m

II
1.
transitive verb

loop the wool — haz una lazada con la lana

I looped the dog's lead over the post — enganché la correa del perro en el poste


2.
vi \<\<road\>\> serpentear
[luːp]
1. N
1) (in string, ribbon) lazo m , lazada f ; (Naut) gaza f ; (=bend) curva f , recodo m

to knock sb for a loop — (US) * dejar a algn pasmado

2) (Comput) bucle m
3) (Elec) circuito m cerrado
4) (=informed group)

to be in the loop — estar en el grupo de gente informada

to be out of the loop — estar fuera del grupo de gente informada

5) (Sew) presilla f
6) (Aer) rizo m

to loop the loop — hacer el rizo, rizar el rizo

2.
VT

to loop round — dar vuelta a

to loop a rope round a post — pasar una cuerda alrededor de un poste

3.
VI [rope, ribbon, cable] formar un lazo; [line, road] serpentear
4.
CPD

loop line N — (Rail) desviación f

* * *
[luːp]
I
noun
1)
a) (shape) curva f; (in river) meandro m
b) (in string, cable) lazada f
c) (in sewing) presilla f
d) (Aviat)

to loop the loop — rizar* el rizo

2)
a) (circuit) circuito m cerrado, lazo m
b) (Comput) bucle m

II
1.
transitive verb

loop the wool — haz una lazada con la lana

I looped the dog's lead over the post — enganché la correa del perro en el poste


2.
vi \<\<road\>\> serpentear

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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