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easel
American English: /ˈizəl/
British English: /ˈiːz(ə)l/

Translation of easel in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • The show is also a wonderful time to watch artists set up easels and paint for the crowds or sign posters and books.
    • The artist's easel, paint box, palettes, paintbrushes and dried tubes of paint occupied a corner.
    • Here exhibited for the first time, it depicts a painting on an easel and a bird on the wing, the easel representing the artist and the bird in flight the liberating act of painting.

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