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Translation of "grid" - English-Spanish dictionary

grid

noun   /ɡrɪd/
a pattern or structure made from horizontal and vertical lines crossing each other to form squares rejilla, cuadrícula A metal grid had been placed over the hole to prevent people from falling in. In Barcelona the streets are laid out in/on a grid system. →  See also gridiron 1269
a system of wires through which electricity is connected to different power stations across a region red the national grid1318
(Definition of grid from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

grid

noun /ɡrid/
a set of vertical and horizontal lines drawn on a map. cuadrícula
a framework of iron bars. reja
gridlock noun
a situation in which there are so many cars on the roads that the traffic cannot move at all atasco The Transportation Ministry has an ambitious plan to avoid total gridlock in Greater Jakarta.
(especially in politics) a situation in which no progress can be made, usually because people cannot reach an agreement. estancamiento
(Definition of grid from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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