Translation of lining in Spanish:

lining

Pronunciation: /ˈlaɪnɪŋ/

n

  • (of clothes, suitcase) forro (m); (of brakes) forro (m), guarnición (f); [Technology/Tecnología] revestimiento (masculine) stomach lining paredes (feminine plural) estomacales or del estómago
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    • Lipid surface linings have also a key role of preventing contact formation, thus sustaining the membrane integrity by virtue of repulsive interactions between hydrated headgroups.
    • Those that arise from surface linings of organs are the commonest group and are called carcinomas.
    • In recent articles, two terrific writers whose work has graced this paper have seen silver linings in the recall movement that just plain aren't there.
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    • The denims were cut so short that the pocket linings were hanging out in the open and gently wafting on the breeze.
    • It is a specialist cotton and polycotton weaving firm which makes shirts, coat linings and raincoats for major fashion labels.
    • Jackets in felt and printed denim have unfinished and reversed seams with bright red linings for men.

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