reproduktors

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Reproduktors (1)

Etymology[edit]

Via other European languages (cf. Czech reproduktor “loudspeaker”), ultimately derived from Latin re- “again” + producō “to produce”, in nominalized form (suffix -tor), i.e. “one which reproduces.”

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Noun[edit]

reproduktors m (1st declension)

  1. loudspeaker (electromechanical device that converts an electric signal into audible sound)
    trīsprogrammu reproduktorsthree-program loudspeaker
    elektrodinamiskais reproduktorselectrodynamic loudspeaker
    elektromagnētiskais reproduktorselectromagnetic loudspeaker
    galvu pacēlis, jauneklis saspringa un uzmanīgi ieklausījās; reproduktorā atksanēja dziesmalifting his head, the young man tensed and listened attentively; the song came in the loudspeaker
    reproduktors klusēja, tad iečirkstējās, un diktors paziņoja, ka uzstāsies ungāru vijolniekithe loudspeaker was silent, then it sparkled, and the voice announced that the Hungarian violinists would perform
  2. breeding farm (a place, building, farm specialized in producing young animals, especially pigs)
    sivēnu reproduktors - vienstāva kūts, 2,5 ha platība - jau uzcelts un dod produkcijuthe pig breeding place - a four-storey barn, 2,5 ha of surface - has already been built and is producing
    sovhoztehnikuma saimniecībā uzbūvēs reproduktoru sivēnu iegūšanaithe Sovkhoz (= Soviet collective) farm will build a breeding place to get more pigs
    putnu audzētava “Savienība” perspektīvā izpildīs pirmās pakāpes reproduktora funkcija un ar diennakti veciem šķirtnes cāļiem nodrošinās otrās pakāpes reproduktorus: putnu fabrikas “Bauska”, “Ķekava” — the poultry farm “Savienība” (= “Union”) will carry out the function of fist-degree breeding farm and will provide one-day old chicks to second-degree breeding farms: the poultry factories “Bauska” (and) “Ķekava”

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