- 1 (file, folder) carpeta (feminine)More example sentences
- What covers my binders, folders, notebooks, and textbooks?
- We have so many pretty-colored papers in our binders and folders that we can probably start a mosaic on the school walls!
- At the intersection of the hallways sat a round wooden table with a desk lamp on it, illuminating several blue, hard cover binders filled with multitudes of papers.
- 2 [Printing/Imprenta] 2.1 (person) encuadernador, (masculine, feminine) 2.2 (machine) encuadernadora (feminine)More example sentences
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- Others operated the plows, seed drills, binders, and other implements hitched behind the engines and tractors.
- It is fascinating to stand and watch the threshing machine and binder, the stone crusher and the mechanical saw working away.
- Now our log chains, binders, and pins are always right where we need them.
- Upon landing in Europe, Greer said, he found a binder to assemble the book.
- They would receive commissions for particular texts, which they would then subcontract out to scribes, illuminators, and binders, to whom they also supplied materials and tools.
- It is not, therefore, primarily an evaluative discipline except in so far as it may establish an order of excellence for particular printers, scribes or engravers, papermakers, or binders.
- 4 (substance) aglutinante (masculine)More example sentences
- Whereas the aggregate is the filler, the combination of water and cement provide the binder that keeps the material together.
- In situ stabilisation of pavement materials with cementitious binders is a well-recognised method of rehabilitating pavements for local roads and highways.
- Clayey gravel or gravel, and crushed igneous rocks are commonly used as pavement materials, and cementitious binders are the main stabilising agents.
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In Spain, a ración is a serving of food eaten in a bar or cafe, generally with a drink. Friends or relatives meet in a bar or cafe, order a number of raciones, and share them.