English translation of 'empacotar'
to pack, wrap up
(informal: morrer) to pop one's clogs
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'empacotar' 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: package VERB
When a product is packaged, it is put into containers to be sold.
The beans are then ground and packaged for sale as ground coffee.
Translation of empacotar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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