- 1.1 (for lettering, decoration) plantilla (f), troquel (m)More example sentences
More example sentences1.2 (for duplicating) stencil (m), matriz (f), cliché (m) (Spain/España) , ciclostil (masculine) (Spain/España) to cut a stencil hacer* or picar* un stencil ( or una matriz etc)
- It just takes a little glass paint and a stencil or template.
- Many paint and craft stores sell pre-cut, reusable plastic stencils in a variety of patterns, such as leaves, ivy, flowers, etc.
- In subsequent works, he created permutating, off-centered grids with spray paint applied through stencils.
- Smack dab in the middle of the canvas, an enormous silhouetted hen sits contentedly on her nest, framed by a field of radiant orange-on-orange floral stencils over a hot-pink background.
- The plates were placed on a roof with stencils covering the positive areas of the portrait.
- Or use border tiles to define a panel or tiled splashback, and then echo the motif as a stencil along the bottom edge of your table linen or roller blinds.
The CAP (Curso de Adaptación Pedagógica) is a course taken in Spain by graduates with degrees in subjects other than education, who want to teach at secondary level. Students take a CAP in a particular subject, such as mathematics, literature, etc.
vt ( (British English/inglés británico) -ll-)
- 1.1 [design/pattern] escribir, dibujar o pintar utilizando una plantilla 1.2 (duplicate) [notes/letter] mimeografiar*, multicopiar, multigrafiar* (Venezuela)More example sentences
- They had printed in white stenciled letters their message on the inside of the leaf… which is silly because leaves fall with the outside upwards, so all the messages were obscured but one.
- He had spent the day stenciling tiny Christmas trees along the border of the sign.
- Shapes are stencilled onto coloured papers to make cut-outs, and onto photos, for cropping them into interesting shapes.