Translation of texture in Spanish:

texture

Pronunciation: /ˈtekstʃər; ˈtekstʃə(r)/

noun/nombre

uncountable/no numerable
  • 1.1 (feel, surface) textura (feminine) the smooth texture of a baby's skin la tersura or suavidad de la piel de un bebé 1.2 (of woven fabric) textura (feminine)
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    • The ‘girl’ was cloaked in a brown tartan stuff of a rough texture, poor fabric, no doubt.
    • Keep in mind, shrinkage may affect the appearance and texture of dry-clean only fabric.
    • For playful touches that contrast with felt's matte texture, thread shiny satin ribbon through slits in the fabric or weave it into a pillow front.
    1.3 (consistency) consistencia (feminine)
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    • The frog's brown and yellow coloring, as well as its rough texture, allow it to blend in with the mud and tree trunks in its environment.
    • It was sweet and tangy and gooey - a blissful companion of flavours and textures.
    • The quartz grains are well-rounded and often show frosted, pitted surface textures.
    1.4 (of writing, music) textura (feminine)
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    • Nelson's comping on the vibes creates a texture that is more ethereal than a pianist's and helps define Holland's compositional sound.
    • The pentatonicism helps lighten the contrapuntal texture.
    • One of the ways in which this foreshadowing of Agnes's death is expressed in the poem is through the swan imagery so deeply embedded in the poem's figural texture.

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