Translation of drape in Spanish:
- 1.1 (arrange) See examples: they draped a flag over the tombthe dress was draped in graceful foldscolocaron una bandera formando pliegues sobre la tumbashe draped herself over the sofael vestido tenía un elegante drapeadohe draped his legs over the arm of the chairse tendió sobre el sofáse acomodó poniendo las piernas sobre el brazo del sillónExample sentences1.2 (cover) the furniture was draped with sheets
los muebles estaban cubiertos con sábanasExample sentences
- Ariel has draped some clothing on the tree and Trinculo takes a robe and puts it on.
- She dressed quickly, and draped a yellow scarf over her shoulders.
- Her green jacket was loosely draped in the crook of her elbow, and her jeans were clean, as if they had been purchased recently.
- She was squatting by the fire wrapped in scarlet cloth, her shoulders draped in a soiled blanket.
- The fact is that on the streets of India, certainly by Western standards, most women appear to be draped, swathed and completely covered in fabric.
- All the furniture is draped in grey blankets to make it more sophisticatedly grey.
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In some parts of Spain, the name given to a weekly open-air flea market where all kinds of items are sold is a rastro. The name El Rastro as such refers to a very big market of this type held in Madrid at weekends.