Spanish Word for lens  

English Word: lens

Spanish Word: lente
The Spanish Word for lens
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Is your vision clearer with lens A or B?
¿Es su visión más clara con el lente A o con el B?
What type of problem are you having with the contact lens?
¿Qué tipo de problema tiene con el lente de contacto?
The lens must be replaced.
El lente debe ser reemplazado.
Put on the trial frame and lens.
Póngase los marcos y lentes de prueba.

This report unfortunately looks at sport through the lens of professional football.
Desafortunadamente, este informe examina el deporte bajo el prisma del fútbol profesional.
The answer is not to confiscate bottles of water, shower gels or contact lens fluid.
La respuesta no consiste en confiscar botellas de agua, geles de ducha o líquidos para lentes de contacto.
It is not acceptable for telephoto-lens photographers to be sitting up there refusing to move.
No se puede aceptar que los fotógrafos provistos de teleobjetivos rehúsen moverse de los lugares que ocupan.
If we view cultural and natural heritage solely through the lens of money and profit, then all it brings us is financial loss.
Si miramos el patrimonio cultural y natural solamente a través del prisma del dinero y el beneficio, entonces lo único que nos puede aportar es pérdidas económicas.
However, Commissioner, we want islands to be considered in all the various policy areas within the European Union and not simply viewed through the lens of regional policy.
Sin embargo, señora Comisaria, queremos que se tenga en cuenta a las islas en los ámbitos de todas las políticas de la Unión Europea y que no se las considere únicamente desde la perspectiva de la política regional.
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