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spiral-bound
American English: /ˈspaɪrəl baʊnd/

Translation of spiral-bound in Spanish:

adjective

  • de espiral
    Example sentences
    • The religion has its own literature, of course, consisting of several spiral-bound books containing information from Sylvia and her ‘spirit guides.’
    • It publishes information at several levels, from the comprehensive Manual of Standard Practice to the Ready Reference Reinforcing Steel Resource Guide, a very handy spiral-bound book.
    • Now, however, I'm slowly starting to appreciate the luxury of seeing ideas through from beginning to end - from scrawls on a spiral-bound notepad to, eventually, a complete website.

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