Packing in spanish

Embalaje

pronunciation: embɑlɑxe part of speech: noun
In gestures

pack3 = empaquetar, envasar, embalar, guardar. 

Example: After various selection processes, the books are sorted into broad general categories and packed into consignments of up to 5,000 books.

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» backpack = viajar con mochila, viajar de mochilero.

Example: I've been backpacking through Europe for a month, and this is the closest I felt to home the entire time.

» packrat = colector compulsivo, persona que nunca se deshace de nada.

Example: In broad terms, lack of weeding was associated with fear, inertia, and a 'packrat mentality,' causing one librarian to remark that it is 'time to weed librarians who don't want to weed'.

» pack up = hacer las maletas, recoger.

Example: The hall is quiet, the band has packed up, and the munchies are all gone.

» pack up = guardar, meter.

Example: Unless the distance was short, the books travelled in sheets, unbound, packed up in chests or barrels.

» pack up = dejar de funcionar, estropearse, escacharrarse.

Example: That's telling you the drive is on the way out and you should replace it and get what you can off that drive before it packs up altogether.

» pack up and go = hacer las maletas e irse, hacer las maletas y marcharse, recoger + Posesivo + cosas e irse, recoger + Posesivo + cosas y marcharse.

Example: It turns out that some people are more willing to pack up and go that others.

» pack up and leave = hacer las maletas e irse, hacer las maletas y marcharse, recoger + Posesivo + cosas e irse, recoger + Posesivo + cosas y marcharse.

Example: My wife packed up and left me without warning me she was leaving.

» pack up + for the day = dar de mano.

Example: It only takes about 15 seconds to boot so I shut it down before I leave for work and again when I pack up for the day and head home.

» pack up for + today = dar de mano por hoy.

Example: Well, it's getting very windy and the storm will soon be with us so we will pack up for today and come back tomorrow.

» pack (up) + Posesivo + bags = hacer las maletas, recoger.

Example: The next day we shook off our hangovers with another refreshing dip under the waterfall, packed our bags and headed off.

» pack (up) + Posesivo + belongings = hacer las maletas.

Example: She then returned to campus and finished packing her belongings in her dormitory room.

» pack up + Posesivo + goods and chattels = recoger + Posesivo + pertenencias, recoger + Posesivo + enseres.

Example: Here they are hated, despised, disliked and exacrated by all -- they should pack their goods and chattels and go back to the countries where they come from.

» pack (up) + Posesivo + luggage = hacer las maletas.

Example: One of the most difficult tasks for a woman when going on holiday is packing her luggage!.

» pack (up) + Posesivo + stuff = hacer las maletas, recoger + Posesivo + cosas.

Example: My fiance that I have been with for the past 7 years packed her stuff while I was at work and moved into her cousin's house.

» pack (up) + Posesivo + (suit)case = hacer las maletas.

Example: With schools about to break up for the summer, millions of Brits will be packing their suitcases and jetting off on holiday over the next few weeks.

» pack (up) + Posesivo + things = hacer las maletas, recoger + Posesivo + cosas, recoger las cosas de Uno antes de irse.

Example: And there was the curious behaviour of Plantin's compositor Michel Mayer, who in June 1564 spent Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday in a brothel, then packed his things and left the establishment without saying a word to anyone.

» pack up + the car = meter todas + Posesivo + cosas en el coche.

Example: I just wanna pack up the car with my friends, go to the airport, buy a ticket to a random destination and get lost there.

» repack = reorganizar, modificar, reestructurar, rediseñar, modificar y adaptar. 

Example: The problem posed by the increasing number of documents may be solved by repacking them photographically into smaller categories.

» unpack = desembalar, desempaquetar.

Example: Once unpacked and fully checked the material is ready to pass for processing and cataloguing.

» vacuum-pack = envasar al vacío.

Example: The vegetables were then vacuum-packed, poached in water for 15 minutes and cooled rapidly to room temperature.

pack4 = abarrotar, atestar, atiborrar, apiñar. 

Example: Because it is such a competitive market, nightclubs are constantly reinventing themselves and places that are packed one weekend are deserted the next.

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» pack 'em in = apiñar, atraer en masa.

Example: The article 'New York packs 'em in; Martinez bows out' describes the ALA Annual Conference in New York noting the high attendance figures the unexpected decision of the chief executive of the ALA, Elizabeth Martinez, to resign.

» pack in = apiñar, atestar.

Example: This approach allows the construction of concise summaries, containing complex sentences that pack in information.

» pack in + the crowds = atraer a la multitud.

Example: The play is damned by the critics but packs in the crowds and the producers may be upset by the adverse criticisms but they can, as the saying goes, cry all the way to the bank.

pack5 = compactar. 

Example: Insert diskette to be packed and press any key to continue.

pack6 = asestar, atizar, propinar. 

Example: This giant prehistoric sea predator packed the most powerful bite of any fish, living or extinct -- strong enough to shear a shark clean in half.

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» pack + a punch = pegar fuerte, tener una gran pegada, pegar duro, dar duro, dar fuerte, surtir efecto, tener un gran efecto.

Example: Holidays in Tenerife certainly pack a punch when it comes to sun-drenched beach breaks.

» pack + a wallop = pegar fuerte, tener una gran pegada, pegar duro, dar duro, dar fuerte, surtir efecto, tener un gran efecto.

Example: When you're crunched for time, take along snacks that pack a wallop, nutritionally speaking.

packing = relleno. 

Example: A printer would use incompressible packing in the head mortises to intensify the effect of the pressman's pull by bringing it up with a jolt.

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» backpacking = viajar con mochila.

Example: Includes an annotated bibliography of books covering rock climbing, winter sports, water sports, backpacking and mountain biking.

» meat packing industry = industria cárnica, industria de productos cárnicos.

Example: Some critics say today's meat packing industry in America is little better than a century ago.

» packing case = caja de embalaje.

Example: I have used the following as structures on which to mount displays: packing cases used like building blocks and attractively covered and painted.

» packing list = albarán.

Example: Every despatch is accompanied by a packing list containing all the details of the despatch = Cada envío va acompañado de un albarán con todos los detalles del mismo.

» packing plant = empresa de productos cárnicos.

Example: He was as good as his word, and invited me to take a tour around the packing plant with Patricia, the manager there.

» packing tape = cinta de embalar.

Example: When the police searched his home after the murder they discovered a bag containing handcuffs, rope and rolls of packing tape.

» send + Nombre + packing = echar, despedir, ahuyentar, repeler, mandar a freír espárragos, mandar a paseo, mandar al carajo, mandar a la porra.

Example: Those who hold this view argued that the state government lacks the political will to send them packing for good.

» unpacking = desembalaje.

Example: The activities assigned were the following: unpacking and drying wet books; handling and drying wet papers and photos; and dry cleaning techniques for papers and books.
Packing synonyms:
boxing in spanish: boxeo, pronunciation: bɑksɪŋ part of speech: noun backpacking in spanish: mochilero, pronunciation: bækpækɪŋ part of speech: noun wadding in spanish: guata, pronunciation: wɑdɪŋ part of speech: noun packing material in spanish: material de empaque, pronunciation: pækɪŋmətɪriəl part of speech: noun
Packing antonyms:
unbarreled pronunciation: ənbærəld part of speech: adjective unbarrelled pronunciation: ənbærəld part of speech: adjective
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