- 1.1 (instrument) instrumento (masculine); (workman's etc) herramienta (feminine) garden tools herramientas (feminine plural) or utensilios (masculine plural) de jardinería they are the tools of his trade son sus herramientas de trabajo the use of unemployment as a political tool el uso del desempleo como instrumento político to down tools (British English/inglés británico) declararse en huelgaMore example sentences1.2 (penis) [slang/argot] verga (feminine) [vulgar], polla (feminine) (Spain/España) [vulgar], pija (feminine) (River Plate area/Río de la Plata) [vulgar], pico (masculine) (Chile) [vulgar]
- There will be exhibitors offering garden furniture, pots, wickerwork, gardening tools and implements old and new, wrought ironwork and various craft stalls.
- The divers teamed up in groups of two or three, and each group carried with them cutting tools and lift bags.
- Implements, tools, and equipment should be cleaned of soil and root debris before moving them to non-infested fields.
- 1.1 (shape) [mold/pattern] hacer*, fabricar*More example sentences
More example sentences1.2 (decorate) [leather] trabajar, labrar, estampar
- It's really a beautiful little piece of work, bound in leather that's been tooled with a lovely design of roses and vines.
- Houdini's diaries took up an entire shelf - about a dozen volumes, each boxed in an expensive leather slipcase, gold tooled - a treasure surely worth a few hundred thousand dollars.
- Franklin has tooled the design himself: a rectangle within a rectangle within a rectangle of gold, the inner and the middle joined at the corners with floral rolls.
- Long gone are the tooled finishes from hand-held chisels that could render differences in texture across the face of a stone block, or from one stone to the next.