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interleave
American English: /ˌɪn(t)ərˈliv/
British English: /ɪntəˈliːv/

Translation of interleave in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • to interleave a book with plates, to interleave plates into a book
    intercalar láminas en un libro or entre las hojas de un libro
    Example sentences
    • There was plate after plate of exquisite illustrations, interleaved with pages of old-fashioned print, detailing some long and involved story of Pacific pioneers.
    • The edition size is 125 and comes packaged in a custom linen portfolio box interleaved with vellum sheets.
    • Anna Howell kept a record of her gardening interleaved in agricultural almanacs and often mentioned the many hazards she encountered.

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