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undercoat also: (in American English also) undercoating Pronunciation: / -ɪŋ /
American English: /ˈəndərˌkoʊt/
British English: /ˈʌndəkəʊt/

Translation of undercoat in Spanish:

noun

  • 1 1.1 uncountable (paint)
    pintura (feminine) base
    1.2 countable (coating)
    primera mano (feminine) or capa (feminine) de pintura
  • 2 uncountable and countable
    (American English) (Cars)
    tratamiento (masculine) anticorrosivo del chasis
    Example sentences
    • First, they painted the stucco with a primer undercoat, then applied medium blue latex house paint.
    • Use a special primer as an undercoat so that the paint will adhere better.
    • They also make paints for wood or concrete floors and masonry as well as the requisite undercoat and primer paints.

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