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re-cover
American English: /riˈkəvər/
British English: /riːˈkʌvə/

Translation of re-cover in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • (chair/seat)
    (book)
    volver a forrar
    Example sentences
    • I'm now going to head downstairs and re-cover the sofa, wash up the pots and make a drink before retiring to my room to continue devouring this book.
    • Friends tell me it is cheaper to buy a new sofa than to re-cover my trusted old one.
    • The upholstered pieces have been re-covered in fabric Ruhlmann originally designed for the textile manufacturer Prelle et Compagnie, which still operates in Lyon, France.

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