There are 2 translations of pad in Spanish:

pad1

Pronunciation: /pæd/

n

  • 1 (cushioning) almohadilla (feminine) shoulder pads hombreras (feminine plural) knee pads rodilleras (feminine plural) shin pads espinilleras (fpl), canilleras (fpl) thigh pads musleras (feminine plural)
  • 2 (of paper) bloc (masculine) desk pad bloc de notas
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    • So she gently ripped out a sheet of graph paper from her drawing pad and started drawing again.
    • Each was bound along the left ledge with the kind of rubbery glue used to bind a pad of writing paper and featured jokes and an occasional smidgen of story.
    • Then I sit down at my desk and stare at a blank pad of paper until I can get myself going.

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la tropa = the troops …
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There are 2 translations of pad in Spanish:

pad2

vt (-dd-)

  • 1 1.1 (line) [seat/panel] acolchar, enguatar (Spain/España) to pad a carpet (American English/inglés norteamericano) colocarle* fieltro por debajo a una alfombra
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    • Tables are decked out with blue covers, and the seats are also padded and covered.
    • The clamping parts are well padded to protect the gun.
    • The chair and sofa were thickly padded, covered with real Ahlbetera leather, the furniture made of real wood.
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    • All I need to do is get some clip-art to pad it out, and re-write some pages.
    • So, how can I pad this out a bit and make it interesting?
    • In order to pad the movie out to a reasonable length (rather than having it end after 70 minutes), a middle act has been added that was not in any of the previous incarnations.
    1.2
    (padded past participle of/participio pasado de)
    [armrests/jacket] acolchado, enguatado (Spain/España) ; [envelope] acolchado; [bra] con relleno a coat with padded shoulders un abrigo con hombreras padded cell celda (feminine) de aislamiento
  • 2

    pad (out)

    (expand) [essay/film/speech] rellenar, meter* paja en [colloquial/familiar]
  • 3 (American English/inglés norteamericano) [expenses] cobrar ... de más, inflar; [bill/invoice] cobrar de más en, inflar
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    • To hide the bills from her family, she embezzled US $241,061 from the company over three years by padding her expense account, authorities said.
    • The city claims that Carvin showed poor judgment and overstepped his authority in raising issues of attorney bill padding.
    • But don't add customers just for the sake of padding the client list and the sales figures - as numerous models demonstrate, cash flow is king.

vi (-dd-)

  • andar*, caminar (con paso suave) he padded into the room entró en la habitación sin hacer ruido
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    • Walter chuckled and continued to walk, and Edie padded along with him, wide-eyed in amazement.
    • She walked that way too, her feet making no sound as they padded along the hardwood floor.
    • I padded along the corridor and put my head round the door.

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Word of the day tropa
f
la tropa = the troops …
Cultural fact of the day

Bullfighting remains popular in many parts of Spain and some Latin American countries, and is regularly broadcast on television. During the bullfight (corrida) three bullfighters (matadores) fight a total of six bulls, two each.