English translation of 'embalar'
Verb Table transitive verb
1. (= empaquetar)
[mercancías] to pack ⧫ parcel up ⧫ wrap
[mercancías pesadas] to crate
2. (Latin America) (Automobiles) to race along
Verb Table intransitive verb (Caribbean)See also embalarse
(= huir) to run off ⧫ escape
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Example Sentences Including 'embalar'
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(Por no contar que aquel aro roto lo intentaron reparar... con cinta de embalar !El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Encarnado en su piel negra, el Betis ató sin cinta de embalar a uno de los fichajes más interesantes que ha dado la pretemporada.El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
Yo seguí derecho, todavía en vía contraria: empezaba a embalar.Obra periodística. Vol 2. Entre cachacos
Trends of 'embalar'
Used Rarely. embalar is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'embalar' in Other Languages
British English: pack /pæk/ VERB
When you pack a bag, you put clothes and other things into it, because you are leaving a place or going on holiday.
I packed my bags and left home.
- American English: pack
- Arabic: يَحْزِمُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: empacotar
- Chinese: 包装
- Croatian: pakirati
- Czech: balit
- Danish: pakke
- Dutch: inpakken
- European Spanish: embalar
- Finnish: pakata
- French: empaqueter
- German: packen
- Greek: πακετάρω
- Italian: fare le valigie
- Japanese: 荷造りをする
- Korean: (물건을 상자 등에) 넣다
- Norwegian: pakke
- Polish: zapakować
- European Portuguese: empacotar
- Romanian: a împacheta
- Russian: упаковывать
- Spanish: empacar
- Swedish: packa
- Thai: บรรจุ
- Turkish: paketlemek
- Ukrainian: пакувати
- Vietnamese: đóng gói
British English: crate VERB
If something is crated, it is packed in a crate so that it can be transported or stored somewhere safely.
The much repaired plane was crated for the return journey.
Translation of embalar from the Collins Spanish to English
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