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  • 1 arruga

    f.
    1 crease.
    2 wrinkle, crumple, crease, rumple.
    pres.indicat.
    3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) present indicative of spanish verb: arrugar.
    * * *
    1 (piel) wrinkle; (ropa) crease
    * * *
    noun f.
    1) wrinkle, line
    * * *
    SF
    1) [en piel] wrinkle, line; [en ropa] crease
    2) And * (=estafa) swindle, con *; (=deuda) debt

    hacer una arruga And to cheat

    * * *
    femenino ( en piel) wrinkle, line; (en tela, papel) crease
    * * *
    = wrinkle, crease, ridge.
    Ex. There were many wrinkles in the hollows between his eyes and his cheeks; and the eyes were sad; they were very sad.
    Ex. He sat rubbing his forehead along the creases, and his voice was unsteady as he started to tell his story.
    Ex. He realized that the lines corresponded to the ridges of his greasy curduroy trousers.
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    * arrugas = cockling.
    * * *
    femenino ( en piel) wrinkle, line; (en tela, papel) crease
    * * *
    = wrinkle, crease, ridge.

    Ex: There were many wrinkles in the hollows between his eyes and his cheeks; and the eyes were sad; they were very sad.

    Ex: He sat rubbing his forehead along the creases, and his voice was unsteady as he started to tell his story.
    Ex: He realized that the lines corresponded to the ridges of his greasy curduroy trousers.
    * arrugas = cockling.

    * * *
    1 (en la piel) wrinkle, line
    2 (en tela, papel) crease, wrinkle ( AmE)
    * * *

    Del verbo arrugar: ( conjugate arrugar)

    arruga es:

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) presente indicativo

    2ª persona singular (tú) imperativo

    Multiple Entries:
    arruga    
    arrugar
    arruga sustantivo femenino ( en piel) wrinkle, line;
    (en tela, papel) crease
    arrugar ( conjugate arrugar) verbo transitivo piel to wrinkle;
    tela to wrinkle (AmE), to crease (BrE);
    papel to crumple;
    ceño to knit;
    nariz to wrinkle;
    cara to screw up;

    arrugarse verbo pronominal
    a) [persona/piel] to become wrinkled


    c) [ tela] to wrinkle o get wrinkled (AmE), to crease o get creased (BrE);

    [ papel] to crumple
    arruga f (en la cara) wrinkle
    (en la tela, papel, etc) crease
    arrugar vtr (la cara) to wrinkle
    (la tela) to crease
    (un papel) to crumple (up)
    ' arruga' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    arrugarse
    English:
    crease
    - furrow
    - iron out
    - line
    - wrinkle
    * * *
    arruga nf
    1. [en ropa, papel] crease;
    tenía el traje lleno de arrugas his suit was all creased
    2. [en piel] wrinkle, line;
    con arrugas wrinkled
    3. Andes, Pan [estafa] trick, swindle
    * * *
    f wrinkle
    * * *
    arruga nf
    : wrinkle, fold, crease
    * * *
    1. (en la ropa) crease
    2. (en la piel) wrinkle

    Spanish-English dictionary > arruga

  • 2 arrugamiento

    m.
    corrugation, the act and effect of wrinkling.
    * * *
    1 (piel) wrinkling; (ropa) creasing
    * * *
    masculino crumpling
    * * *
    Ex. Using the vacuum process has meant that the paper suffered from minimal staining and cockling.
    * * *
    masculino crumpling
    * * *

    Ex: Using the vacuum process has meant that the paper suffered from minimal staining and cockling.

    * * *
    crumpling, folding
    * * *
    [de ropa, papel] creasing, crumpling

    Spanish-English dictionary > arrugamiento

  • 3 arrugarse

    1 (piel) to wrinkle; (ropa) to crease; (papel) to crumple (up)
    2 familiar (acobardarse) to get the wind up
    * * *
    VPR
    1) [cara] to wrinkle, wrinkle up, get wrinkled; [ropa] to crease, get creased; [planta] to shrivel up
    2) Méx * (=asustarse) to get scared, get frightened
    * * *
    (v.) = cockle, crinkle, shrivel up, shrivel
    Ex. Despite the deterioration of the manuscript or printed book because of fading inks, disintegrating bindings, foxing, cockling, or crumbling paper, we could still preserve the artifact with a variety of proven conservation and preservation techniques.
    Ex. C120 tape is extremely thin and it may stretch, crinkle or spill out of the cassette.
    Ex. Umbilical cords shrivel up and fall off, leaving a neat little tummy button after about a week or so.
    Ex. All the blooms have turned brown and died and most of the smaller, newer leaves have shrivelled and died too.
    * * *
    (v.) = cockle, crinkle, shrivel up, shrivel

    Ex: Despite the deterioration of the manuscript or printed book because of fading inks, disintegrating bindings, foxing, cockling, or crumbling paper, we could still preserve the artifact with a variety of proven conservation and preservation techniques.

    Ex: C120 tape is extremely thin and it may stretch, crinkle or spill out of the cassette.
    Ex: Umbilical cords shrivel up and fall off, leaving a neat little tummy button after about a week or so.
    Ex: All the blooms have turned brown and died and most of the smaller, newer leaves have shrivelled and died too.

    * * *

    ■arrugarse verbo reflexivo
    1 (la cara) to wrinkle
    (la tela, papel, etc) to crease
    2 no se arruga frente a las situaciones difíciles, he isn't daunted by difficult situations
    ' arrugarse' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    arrugar
    English:
    crease
    - shrivel
    - wrinkle
    - crinkle
    * * *
    vpr
    1. [ropa, papel] to get creased
    2. [piel] to get wrinkled;
    se le arrugaron las yemas de los dedos [en el baño] his fingertips wrinkled up
    3. Fam [acobardarse] to chicken out;
    iba a reclamar pero al final se arrugó he was going to complain, but in the end he chickened out
    * * *
    v/r de piel, ropa get wrinkled
    * * *
    vr

    Spanish-English dictionary > arrugarse

  • 4 arrugas

    f.pl.
    wrinkling, creasing.
    pres.indicat.
    2nd person singular (tú/usted) present indicative of spanish verb: arrugar.
    * * *
    (n.) = cockling
    Ex. Using the vacuum process has meant that the paper suffered from minimal staining and cockling.
    * * *
    (n.) = cockling

    Ex: Using the vacuum process has meant that the paper suffered from minimal staining and cockling.

    Spanish-English dictionary > arrugas

  • 5 descolorar

    v.
    1 to fade.
    2 to discolor, to bleach, to decolorize, to fade.
    * * *
    1 to discolour (US discolor), fade (pelo) to bleach
    1 to lose colour (US color), fade
    * * *
    * * *
    = discolour, fox.
    Ex. These tapes effect a permanent repair and do not discolour.
    Ex. Despite the deterioration of the manuscript or printed book because of fading inks, disintegrating bindings, foxing, cockling, or crumbling paper, we could still preserve the artifact with a variety of proven conservation and preservation techniques.
    * * *
    = discolour, fox.

    Ex: These tapes effect a permanent repair and do not discolour.

    Ex: Despite the deterioration of the manuscript or printed book because of fading inks, disintegrating bindings, foxing, cockling, or crumbling paper, we could still preserve the artifact with a variety of proven conservation and preservation techniques.

    * * *
    descolorar [A1 ]
    vt
    * * *
    vt
    to fade
    * * *
    v/t bleach

    Spanish-English dictionary > descolorar

  • 6 libro impreso

    (n.) = press book, printed book
    Ex. I am not suggesting that teachers should be bibliographic bores, literary missionaries, who blurt out titles and press books on children at every possible moment.
    Ex. Despite the deterioration of the manuscript or printed book because of fading inks, disintegrating bindings, foxing, cockling, or crumbling paper, we could still preserve the artifact with a variety of proven conservation and preservation techniques.
    * * *
    (n.) = press book, printed book

    Ex: I am not suggesting that teachers should be bibliographic bores, literary missionaries, who blurt out titles and press books on children at every possible moment.

    Ex: Despite the deterioration of the manuscript or printed book because of fading inks, disintegrating bindings, foxing, cockling, or crumbling paper, we could still preserve the artifact with a variety of proven conservation and preservation techniques.

    Spanish-English dictionary > libro impreso

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