Spanish Word for navigator  

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English Word: navigator

Spanish Word: navegante
The Spanish Word for navigator
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Translated sentences containing 'navigator'
Fernando Magellan, also known as Hernando Magellan was a Portuguese navigator.
Fernando de Magallanes, también conocido como Hernando de Magallanes fue un navegante portugués.

So the city of Henry the Navigator may become the city of Netscape the navigator, a new approach which I thoroughly welcome.
Por consiguiente, la ciudad de Enrique el Navegante puede convertirse en la ciudad del navegador Netscape, un nuevo enfoque que personalmente acojo con gran satisfacción.
Just as Henry the Navigator guided Europe’s pioneers in the discovery of new lands and great wealth, so you can guide us in the discovery of similar economic success.
De la misma forma que Enrique el Navegador guió a los pioneros europeos en el descubrimiento de nuevas tierras y grandes riquezas, usted puede guiarnos en el descubrimiento de un éxito económico similar.
Information is transmitted, for example, between a tyre and a car, between a refrigerator and portable terminal equipment, a wallet and a key ring, home air-conditioning and a navigator.
La información se transmite, por ejemplo, entre un neumático y un coche, entre un frigorífico y un equipo terminal portátil, un monedero y un anillo, el aire acondicionado de casa y un navegador.
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