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Past participle ofcontrol. There are other translations for this conjugation.


An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (regulated)
a. controlado
The scientist conducted a controlled experiment in the laboratory.El científico llevó a cabo un experimento controlado en el laboratorio.
b. dirigido
In a controlled economy, the government subsidizes basic foodstuff.En una economía dirigida, el gobierno subsidia los alimentos básicos.
2. (restrained)
a. mesurado
That was a very controlled response to an egregious insult.Esa fue una reacción muy mesurada ante un insulto atroz.
b. controlado
She's a very controlled woman who never shows her feelings.Es una mujer muy controlada que nunca revela sus sentimientos.
c. contenido
Her boss spoke to her with a controlled voice.Su jefe le habló con una voz contenida.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (person)
a. controlado(a), contenido(a)
2. (experiment)
a. controlado(a)
controlled explosionexplosión controlada
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controlled [kənˈtrəʊld]
1 (restrained) [+emotion] contenido
she was very controlled tenía gran dominio de sí misma; she spoke in a controlled voice al hablar, su voz no reveló lo que sentía
2 (regulated) controlado
the procedure is carried out under strictly controlled conditions
controlled economy economía (f) dirigida
she tried hallucinogenic mescaline in a controlled experiment Boussingault, in a controlled experiment with geese and ducks, demonstrated the metabolic conversion of carbohydrate to fat
controlled explosion explosión (f) controlada
3 (restricted) [+drug, substance] que se dispensa únicamente con receta médica
Since the drugs are controlled substances, there is extra administrative work involved in getting drugs released from cabinets and signing out the medication He illegally manufactured amphetamines and other controlled drugs before his plant was destroyed by fire Controlled substances or controlled drugs are drugs that are only available on prescription.
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