There are 2 main translations of sellotape in Spanish:

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sellotape

Pronunciation: / ˈseləteɪp /

transitive verb

  • (British English) Scotch tape 2
    Example sentences
    • Terri stared at a weeks-old hand-written order for some obscure deleted LP, which was Sellotaped hopefully to the side of the till.
    • First, we blocked up all the holes in the kitchen with scrunched up pages from the Daily Mirror (I always knew it had to be useful for something) and Sellotaped all the cupboards shut.
    • The flashing little LED was a Gilswick Electronics original, which he'd Tippexed out, and Sellotaped over a half dozen times.

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There are 2 main translations of sellotape in Spanish:

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Sellotape

noun

uncountable
  • (British English) Scotch tape
    Example sentences
    • My shoes were hurting my feet so much that I resorted to sticking Sellotape to the places where my shoes were rubbing me and even so I was half limping most of the way home.
    • They used Sellotape on the dismembered flowers and Mum, God bless her, never noticed.
    • In the past week a notice headed ‘consultation’ was put up by City of York Council on the gate leading into Walmgate Stray off Heslington Road - it had been attached to a gatepost with Sellotape.

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