There are 2 main translations of cubierto in English:

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cubierto 1

also: feminine: cubierta

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There are 2 main translations of cubierto in English:

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cubierto 2

sustantivo masculino

  • 2 (en locuciones) a cubierto, los soldados se pusieron a cubierto
    the soldiers took cover
    ponerse a cubierto de la lluvia
    to take cover o to shelter from the rain
    quedó a cubierto de posibles críticas
    he was safe from any possible criticism
    bajo cubierto
    under cover
Example sentences
  • Los cubiertos del postre se sitúan tangentes al plato.
  • Incluye una bolsa más pequeña con cubiertos de plástico y servilletas.
  • El mismo consejo es válido para lavar platos, ollas y cubiertos.

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