Übersetzung von “patent” — Englisch–Spanisch Wörterbuch

patent

noun uk /ˈpeɪ.tənt/ us /ˈpæt.ənt/

the official legal right to make or sell an invention for a particular number of years

patente
In 1880 Alexander Graham Bell was granted a patent on an apparatus for signalling and communicating called a Photophone.
The company took out/filed a patent on a genetically engineered tomato.

[ no plural ] →  patent leather

charol
verb uk /ˈpeɪ.tənt/ us /ˈpæt.ənt/

to get the official legal right to make or sell an invention

patentar
If you don’t patent your invention, other people may make all the profit out of it.
adjective uk us

uk /ˈpeɪ.tənt/ us formal very obvious

patente, evidente
a patent lie
a patent disregard of the law
‘No,’ he replied, with patent distaste.

uk /ˈpeɪ.tənt/ us /ˈpæt.ənt/ A patent invention is protected by law so that only particular people or companies have the right to make or sell it.

patentado
a patent screwdriver

(Übersetzung von “patent” aus dem Cambridge Englisch–Spanisch Wörterbuch © Cambridge University Press)

patent

noun /ˈpeitənt, (American) ˈpӕ-/

an official licence/license from the government giving one person or business the right to make and sell a particular article and to prevent others from doing the same

patente
She took out a patent on her design
(also adjective) a patent process.
patent leather shoes noun plural

shoes made of shiny leather.

zapatos de charol

(Übersetzung von “patent” aus dem PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)