sustantivo[mass noun] (plural canvases or canvasses)
- 1A strong, coarse unbleached cloth made from hemp, flax, or a similar yarn, used to make items such as sails and tents and as a surface for oil painting: the painting is oil on canvas [as modifier]: a canvas bagMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Fabrics such as twill, poplin, canvas, suede, denim and wool are also available in a variety of styles.
- The fabrics include washed denims, soft poplins, heavy canvas, twills, and yarn-dyed plaids.
- Herdsmen dwell in large tents made of canvas or woven yak wool.
- 1.1 [count noun] A piece of canvas prepared for use as the surface for an oil painting: they found a canvas and he seated his model he is used to painting large canvasesMás ejemplos en oraciones
- The larger pieces are completed on canvases while the smaller pieces use a wooden surface.
- Coming prepared with several canvases already smudged with charcoal outlines she readied her supplies.
- His hard-edged geometric paintings on diamond-shaped canvases were inspired by artists such as Piet Mondrian and Josef Albers.
- 1.2 [count noun] An oil painting: Turner’s late canvasesMás ejemplos en oraciones
- During the 1930s his work included large canvases depicting the life of working people in a style influenced by Picasso and Léger.
- His colorful canvases often depict peasant life in Mexico, which he transformed into magical scenes.
- The 40 canvasses, watercolours, drawings, photographs and sculptures all have a Thai ambiance, though not all subjects are landscapes.
- 1.3A variety of canvas with an open weave, used as a basis for tapestry and embroidery: she sent her needle stabbing in and out of the canvasMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Tirianna carefully sneaked over to the tapestry and Sicirin pulled her beneath the embroidered canvas.
- They may be school children but this does not stop them from weaving stories on canvas.
- If politics was one thread weaving through the canvas of John MacKenna's young life, then teaching was another.
- 1.4 (the canvas) The canvas-covered floor of a boxing or wrestling ring: a thunderous uppercut sent him crashing to the canvasMás ejemplos en oraciones
- The place where she's landed could be the canvas of a boxing ring, that's how happy she is to be home.
- Jimmy twice had the iron jawed Bonevena on the canvas, something Joe Frazier could not do in 25 rounds of fighting.
- From where I was sitting, I could see Tunney's back as Dempsey crumbled to the canvas.
- 1.5 [count noun] Either of a racing boat’s tapering ends, originally covered with canvas.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- Two spots were available and coming out of the start four boats remained within a canvas of each other.
- Pulling out a final sprint Todorovich and Popovic reduced a boat length deficit down to a canvas as they closed in on Greece.
- However Great Britain had a true race on their hands as Slovenia put the pressure on staying within a canvas of Great Britain throughout the race.
verbo (canvases, canvassing, canvassed; US canvases, canvasing, canvased)[with object] Volver al principio
by a canvas
- (In boat racing) by a very small margin.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- First Denmark gained the leading edge, holding on to it, although only by a canvas over Olympic spare Djordje Visacki rowing in bow seat for Serbia & Montenegro.
- This time they only beat us by a canvas (just the end bit of the boat with no people in it).
- Here's the Selborne crew which beat Dale by a canvas in a thrilling race on the Buffalo River on Saturday: P le Roux, I McJannet, D Dennison, M Cole and J Bothma.
- 1In a tent or tents: the family will be living under canvasMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Tents are essentially small stately homes under canvas - teak furniture, proper beds, flush WCs, bucket showers, laundry service.
- Make a tent - recreate the thrill of being under canvas by pegging old sheets or blankets over the washing line or rotary dryer and weighting them at the corners to create a tent.
- Few things are more exciting to children than sleeping under canvas, particularly when there's a beach outside their tent flaps.
- 2With sails spread: fishermen whose boats still travel under canvasMás ejemplos en oraciones
- In Cuyp's representation the tautness of their bent masts under canvas mimics the bulges of the cows' ribs through their slack hides.
late Middle English: from Old Northern French canevas, based on Latin cannabis 'hemp', from Greek.
Más definiciones de canvasDefinición de canvas en:
- el diccionario Inglés de EE.UU.