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thumbnail
American English: /ˈθəmˌneɪl/
British English: /ˈθʌmneɪl/

Translation of thumbnail in Spanish:

noun

  • 1 (on hand)
    uña (feminine) del pulgar
    (before noun) thumbnail sketch
    pequeña reseña (feminine)
    Example sentences
    • The body might be the length approximately, or slightly more than the length of an adult thumbnail, the legs obviously make the spider a little bit bigger than that.
    • The point of entry can be marked with an impression from a thumbnail, a needle cap, or an indelible ink pen.
    • In the centre we find a brown seed the size of your thumbnail, elongated and glabrous as river stone.
  • 2
    (Computing)
    thumbnail (masculine)
    (reproducción de una imagen en pequeño)
    Example sentences
    • Most notably, Mirra will also soon provide thumbnail images next to picture files stored on its server.
    • A successful search displays a page of thumbnail images, which represent a product line.
    • Google gives you a thumbnail image of some Web pages, but it is too small to be of much use.

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