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SYNO kilowatt | kW
kilowatt {noun} <kW>
kilowatt <kW>
Kuvait {noun}
Kuwait <.kw>
kilowatt/óra {noun}
kilowatt/hour <kW/h>
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Translation for 'kW' from English to Hungarian

kilowatt <kW>
kilowatt {noun} <kW>elektr.fiz.mért.
Kuwait <.kw>
Kuvait {noun}föld.

kilowatt/hour <kW/h>
kilowatt/óra {noun}elektr.mért.
Usage Examples English
  • After that, languages derived from Proto-Celtic changed PC *"kw" into either *"p" or *"k" (see: P-Celtic and Q-Celtic languages).
  • There is a biofuel thermal power station in Andaingo. It has a capacity of 75 kw.
  • Since 2021 also a micro-hydroelectric power plant with a capacity of 80 kw had been installed.
  • In 2004, China's nuclear-power-generated electricity topped 50 billion kwh, setting a record high, By 2020, China will build 36-million-kW nuclear power facilities, in addition to the 8.7-million-kW nuclear power generation capacity already in use and under construction.
  • The D2866 LOH 23 6-cylinder diesel motor with 294 kW (400 hp) and the D2866 LOH 20 6-cylinder diesel motor with 309 kW (420 hp) were available.
  • The Pavilion Indian Band or Ts'kw'aylaxw First Nation or Tsk'waylacw First Nation or Tsk'weylecw First Nation, and also known in the plural e.g.
  • When a dam was built later, it adversely effected the salmon run up the "Kw'ikw'iya:la" (Coquihalla River).
  • Between 1936 and 1965 the power was 150 KW. In 1965, the old mast and transmitter were decommissioned, and the new antenna and new Thomson transmitter (1200 kw) were put in service.
  • RCA's first transmitters using this modulation system were at the 50,000 watt level but later lower power transmitters such as 10 kw and 5 kw were made.
  • The initial power level is 20 kw, with an immediate goal to increase it to 50 kw and an ideal goal of 100 kw.
  • Chargemaster supplies wall-mounted charging points and floor-standing charging posts with AC power ratings of 3.6 kW, 7.2 kW and 22 kW, and floor-standing rapid chargers, with power ratings of 43kw AC and 50kw DC.
  • The Gea is powered by four 142 kW (190.4 hp) electric motors for a total of 570 kw (764.4 hp). Italdesign says it has a top speed of 250 km/h (155 mph).
  • The GS-6 has a 400-kw, two-motor propulsion system that outputs 536 hp and 550 lb-ft of torque.
  • Another orthography, used in Holmes (1977), doesn't distinguish plain stops from aspirated stops for /t͡sa/ and /kw/ and uses "ts" and "qu" for both modes.
  • The Lax-kw'alaams Band is a First Nations government at Lax Kw'alaams, formerly Port Simpson, close to Prince Rupert in British Columbia, Canada.
  • With the changes on 27 February 2009 for the Storeton Wales multiplexes, when the corresponding frequency of each multiplex became the same as that transmitted from Moel-y-Parc, also accompanied by an increase in effective radiated power from 2.0 kW to 3.0 kw, the Storeton Wales transmissions each became a constituent part of a single-frequency network (SFN), resulting in a significant improvement in reception quality at locations where signals were being received from both sites but where neither was consistently adequate.
  • Solteco has only partially participated in the develarization of Proto-Zapotecan labialized velar consonants (*kw, *kkw > *b, *p).
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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