Translation of recycle in Spanish:

recycle

Pronunciation: /riːˈsaɪkəl/

vt

  • 1.1 [waste/bottles/scrap] reciclar
    More example sentences
    • Approximately 40% of papers coming from domestic waste are currently recycled.
    • Recycling centers are ubiquitous, helping Denmark boast that half of its waste is recycled.
    • Typical of customers is the University of York, which recycles green waste for re-use on flower and shrub beds as mulch, saving costs of disposal and purchase of products.
    1.2 (reuse) reutilizar*
    More example sentences
    • This, Reynolds tells us somewhat bathetically, was recycled from a rejected text for a French war memorial in 1918.
    • He rarely comes up with any new material, he simply recycles his old stuff.
    1.3
    (recycled past participle of/participio pasado de)
    [paper/waste] reciclado

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