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English translation of 'recubrir'

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Word forms: recubrir, past participle recubierto
Verb Table transitive verb
(cubrir) to cover (con, de with)
(pintar) to coat (con, de with)

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Example Sentences Including 'recubrir'

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AGM también ofrece técnicas de exclusión de palomas, como recubrir los monumentos con un gel especial o la colocación de objetos punzantes que evitan que se posen sobre ellos.
La Vanguardia (1997)
El teflon: un lubricante sólido ideado para que las escotillas no chirriaran (ya que un lubricante líquido hubiera escapado flotando) y que hoy se usa para recubrir sartenes.
La Vanguardia (1997)
En un Consejo de Ministros celebrado con alevosía y premeditación en el mes de agosto, como en los mejores tiempos de Franco, se recurrió a recubrir de velos los papeles del Cesid.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
Se emplea para recubrir las barras de combustible nuclear en el núcleo del reactor.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1995)

Trends of 'recubrir'

Used Occasionally. recubrir is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'recubrir' in Other Languages

British English: encase VERB
If a person or an object is encased in something, they are completely covered or surrounded by it.
When nuclear fuel is manufactured it is encased in metal cans.
British English: overlay VERB
If something is overlaid with something else, it is covered by it.
The floor was overlaid with patterned rugs.


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