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Translation of "function" - English-Spanish dictionary

function

noun   /ˈfʌŋk·ʃən/
the purpose of something or someone función Each button has a different function.
(Definition of function from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

function

noun /ˈfaŋkʃən/
a special job, use or duty (of a machine, part of the body, person etc) función The function of the brake is to stop the car.
functional adjective
designed to be useful rather than to look beautiful funcional, práctico functional clothes a functional building.
able to operate que funciona It’s an old car, but it’s still functional.
function key noun
(computing) one of a set of special buttons near the top of a computer keyboard that are each marked F with a number, and can be used to carry out particular actions. tecla de función
(Definition of function from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “function”
in Korean 기능…
in Arabic عَمَل, وَظيفة…
in Malaysian fungsi…
in French fonction…
in Russian функция, назначение, прием…
in Chinese (Traditional) 目的, 功能,用途, 職責…
in Italian funzione…
in Turkish işlev, büyük resmi davet/tören/parti…
in Polish funkcja, rola, uroczystość…
in Vietnamese chức năng…
in Portuguese função…
in Thai หน้าที่…
in German die Funktion…
in Catalan funció…
in Japanese 機能…
in Chinese (Simplified) 目的, 功能,用途, 职责…
in Indonesian fungsi…
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