There are 2 translations of crib in Spanish:

crib1

Pronunciation: /krɪb/

n

  • 1 c 1.1 (AmE) (child's bed) cuna (f)
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    • Normally, the hospital beds for infants are big cribs, but the sides come down so you can examine the baby and take care of them.
    • Hand-me-downs such as cribs, bassinets, strollers, high chairs, and clothes can help save time and money.
    • Shane lay on her sister's couch reading a parenting magazine while Lorna slept in her crib on the other side of the room.
    1.2 (BrE) (Nativity scene) nacimiento (m), pesebre (m), belén (m) (Esp)
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    • Clay modeller Joe Camilleri is well known for his nativity representations, cribs and bas-reliefs in which he takes great care with details and style, especially in his figurines.
    • Pupils have brought some traditional festive cheer to a small rural village, by repairing nativity figures and a crib.
    • There are 142 stalls with gift items, children's toys, figures for nativity cribs, Christmas decorations, mulled wine, grilled sausages, and gingerbread.
    1.3 (AmE) (home) casa (f)
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    • Mary lives wiv him in a council crib.
    • So what I meant was you should come over to ma crib so we can have us a party dis Friday.
    • If you do decide to travel to Châteauneuf to take in the warm sun and charming wines, don't expect a guided tour of the pope's old crib.
    1.4 (NZ) (holiday house) casita (f) de veraneo
  • 2 c 2.1 [Agr] (manger) pesebre (m) 2.2 (for storing grain) (AmE) granero (m)
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    • However, with cold weather and narrow, well-ventilated cribs, corn may be stored when grain moisture is several percentage points higher.
    • One summer, about 1952, a local ranch hand and I built a hay crib at the edge of the meadow north of the Keyes house.
    • She shooed away a hen that had wandered too close to the crib.
  • 4 c (BrE) [colloquial/familiar] [Games] (cribbage) cribbage
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    • Send me your cribs and I will be eternally grateful.
    • The final English texts are being rendered by 13 Cork-born poets, almost all of them working from cribs, glosses produced by an intermediate translator.
    • Writing about cribs sold to explain the HSC English texts that teachers apparently aren't teaching, Michaels has this to say.
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    • Richard Strauss and Mahler largely get dumped, at least as far as musical cribs go, and Bloch gets to fight it out with Debussy alone.
    • In a better movie, such cribs might be considered homages; here, they sully the source.
    • One image is a direct crib from Millais's The rescue and so the slide set must date from after 1855.
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    • I remember having my ear glued to it as my brothers and sisters played cards - most often euchre and crib.
    • As in regular crib, there is luck in the run of the cards.
    • As we grew older we played cards - five hundred, patience and crib.
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    • Now each player must discard two into the dealer's cribs.
    • Any card combinations in the crib will count for the dealer, so non-dealer will try to throw cards that are unlikely to make valuable combinations.
    • Each player must put exactly two cards into the crib, which will be scored for the dealer.

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There are 2 translations of crib in Spanish:

crib2

vt (-bb-)

  • [colloquial/familiar] [answer] copiarto crib sth from o [slang/argot]off sth/sb he cribbed whole paragraphs from the encyclop(a)edia copió párrafos enteros de la enciclopedia she cribbed the answer from her classmate le copió la respuesta a su compañera
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    • Most of the directorial flourishes that do work here are unfortunately cribbed from more successful movies.
    • A 19-year-old Harvard undergraduate who had struck a book deal worth a reputed half-million dollars, came unstuck when it emerged that whole chunks of her debut novel had been cribbed from another writer.
    • I'm almost positive the title was cribbed from Yeats.

vi (-bb-)

  • copiar she was caught cribbing from the book/her classmate la pillaron copiando del libro/copiándole a su compañera

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Word of the day pantalones
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Cultural fact of the day

Sanfermines (The festival of San Fermín) is from 6th-14th July and the festival of el encierro (the 'running of the bulls'), takes place in Pamplona in northern Spain. The animals are released into the barricaded streets and people run in front of them, in honor of the town´s patron saint, San Fermín, who was put to death by being dragged by bulls.