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Spanish translation of “artificial”

artificial

adjective /aːtiˈfiʃəl/
made by man; not natural; not real
artificial
artificial flowers Did you look at the colour in artificial light or in daylight?
artificiality /-ʃiˈӕ-/ noun
artificialidad
the artificiality of the test conditions.
artificially adverb
artificialmente
an artificially lit photograph.
artificial intelligence /aːtəˈfiʃəl inˈtelidʒəns/ noun (abbreviation AI) the science of making computers do things that human beings can do
Inteligencia Artificial
Artificial intelligence can be exploited for various manufacturing purposes.
artificial respiration noun (medical ) the process of forcing air into and out of the lungs eg of a person who has almost drowned
respiración artificial
If the injured person is having problems breathing, then you will need to administer artificial respiration immediately.
(Definition of artificial from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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