Spanish Word for cellular  

English Word: cellular

Spanish Word: celular
The Spanish Word for cellular
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Translated sentences containing 'cellular'
My boss has given me a very good cell phone.
Mi jefe me ha dado un teléfono móvil muy bueno.
Do cellular phone produce cancer?
¿Producen los celulares cáncer?
They are going to buy a cellular phone after talking to the clerk.
Van a comprar un teléfono móvil después de hablar con el dependiente.
Cellular phones are very popular.
El teléfono celular está de moda.

In this respect, the cellular, segmented organisation of the European territory must be retained and, in a way, improved.
En este sentido, debe conservarse la organización reticular del territorio europeo y, en cierto modo, enriquecerse.
In the future, the cellular biologist must talk with the physiologist, with the radiologist, with the neurologist.
En el futuro, el biólogo celular debe hablar con el fisiólogo, con el radiólogo, con el neurólogo.
Use of these insulating materials - such as polystyrene, mineral wool and cellular concrete - significantly reduces residential housing's thermal energy requirement.
El uso de estos materiales aislantes -como el poliestireno, la lana mineral o el cemento celular- reduce significativamente las necesidades térmicas de las viviendas residenciales.
Genetic engineering is not about the manipulation of embryos: it is important to distinguish between the cellular machinery and the passing on of hereditary traits.
La ingeniería genética no es la manipulación de embriones: es importante distinguir el mecanismo del núcleo y la transmisión de los caracteres hereditarios.
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