There are 2 translations of bark in Spanish:

bark1

Pronunciation: /bɑːrk; bɑːk/

n

  • 1 uncountable/no numerable (on tree) corteza (feminine)
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    • Being leaf eaters, they eat a great deal of leaves, fruits, twigs, and tree bark; they have chambered stomachs.
    • On the outer bark of the tree are brown spots, said to resemble the rust spots of nails.
    • I started to look on the ground around the tree for fallen bark and branches, and what I saw was a veritable goldmine of wood that would be just the thing for the huts.
  • 2 countable/numerable (of dog, seal) ladrido (m); (of fox) aullido (m); (of person) rugido (m) to give a bark ladrar, soltar* un ladrido her/his bark is worse than her/his bite perro que ladra no muerde or perro ladrador, poco mordedor
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    • As I tucked into this steaming Bunter-sized platter out on the darkening waters, I swear I heard the seals give a loud bark of disapproval.
    • In general, vocalizations are varied and include: trumpeting, whistles, twitters, honks, barks, grunts, quacks, croaks and growls.
    • As soon as the click of key-in-lock was heard Melanie's sharp barks followed.
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    • The Prince laughed, if the humorless barks of sound could really be called laughter.
    • A small bark of laughter sounded from her lips, and she turned to flash a small smile.
    • The guys all elicited little coughs to hide their barks of laughter especially after they saw the look on Chantal's face.
  • 3 countable/numerable (especially American English/especialmente inglés norteamericano) barque

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There are 2 translations of bark in Spanish:

bark2

vi

  • 1.1 [dog/seal] ladrar
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    • The dog barked at the cat and made to steal the cat's food.
    • As I walked past, the dogs barked at me, and one lunged at me and bit me on the leg.
    • The dog barked at the girl, baring it's canines threateningly at her.
    1.2 (shout) (American English/inglés norteamericano) gritar to bark at sb gritarle a algn the sergeant barked at them furiously el sargento les gritó furioso
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    • His boss is a brutish oaf who barks orders and commands with little care for his employee's dignity.
    • Then, Leslie barked some command, and we all started doing ‘side steps’.
    • Unseen in the Vancouver dugout, manager Jack McKeon barked commands into a transmitter.
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    • As the band lets the dueling guitars heat up, Johnson barks like a flea market pitchman, bargaining with wary shoppers for humanism and attention.
    • A"Step right up to the Shootin' Corral fellas, first shot's for free!" he had barked in a greasy rasp at cringing fair-goers who tried to creep by his booth unnoticed,
    • From a colourful assortment of fruits, vegetables, fish and meats to vendors barking about bargains for anybody who will listen.

vt

  • 1 (shout) [instructions/question] espetar to bark (out) an order gritar una orden, dar* una orden a gritos
  • 2 2.1 (graze) to bark one's knuckles pelarse or rasparse los nudillos 2.2 [tree/log] descortezar*
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    • When the celebrations reached their height, initiates climbed nine-foot trees that were barked and notched to form ladders.
    • The others barked the logs, the sawing was done, and each one of the nine men received two wagon loads of good lumber for his share.
    • We felled trees for posts and beams using an old Royal Chinook two-person falling saw and then barked the logs with large drawknives.

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The CAP (Curso de Adaptación Pedagógica) is a course taken in Spain by graduates with degrees in subjects other than education, who want to teach at secondary level. Students take a CAP in a particular subject, such as mathematics, literature, etc.