- 1 (roll, bundle — of notes) fajo (masculine); (— of papers) montón (masculine), tambache (masculine) (Mexico/México) ; (— tied together) lío (masculine)More example sentences
- Savage stood and pulled his wallet from his back pocket, throwing a wad of cash on the table.
- She grabbed a wad of papers from the table beside her bed, and threw it at me.
- Well, here I am with a wad of cash in my pocket and no idea what to buy with it.
- 2 2.1 (of paper, cloth) taco (masculine) a wad of (absorbent) cotton o (British English/inglés británico) cotton wool un pedazo de algodón 2.2 (in cartridge, cannon) taco (masculine)More example sentences
More example sentences
- Consequently, the shot leaves the wad as a tightly controlled column with minimal dispersion.
- We were hoping that it would actually contain shot and a wad and other materials which occasionally happens.
- The tapered walls required the development of a new wad and the semi-hemispherical chamber required the use of slower powders to control pressures.
- She made her way over to the bank of washrooms and ran some cold water over a wad of paper towels.
- I caught the red mixture of blood and peroxide in the cotton wads and wiped it away.
- You see people leaping out of the way as some great wad of canvas comes hurtling towards them.
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