Translation of packaging in Spanish:

packaging

Pronunciation: /ˈpækɪdʒɪŋ/

noun/nombre

uncountable/no numerable
  • 1 1.1 (packing) embalaje (masculine)
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    • The food processing industry also involves processing such as grading, sorting and packaging which enhance the shelf-life of food products.
    • Tetra Pak develops and manufactures the equipment for processing, packaging and distribution of liquid food.
    • All of the products described below are designed to speed up packaging and make the process more cost-effective.
    1.2 [Marketing/Márketing] presentación (feminine) with the right packaging, he could be a star si se le crea la imagen apropiada, podría llegar al estrellato
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    • And when I say ghastly, I mean the presentation and packaging, not the actual music.
    • The presentation, appearance and packaging of cricket on TV had been changed radically.
    • Opera is different from the mainstream entertainment industry, which uses packaging and promotion to increase popularity.
  • 2 (wrapping) envoltorio (masculine)
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    • The selection of an adhesive-coated material for sterile packaging can require months of testing and screening.
    • The world's largest maker of ceramic packaging used to protect computer chips gets more than half of its sales from abroad.
    • Perioperative nurses can take the initiative to set up areas to collect clean packaging, blue wrap, plastics, and paper.

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