Rack in spanish

Estante

pronunciation: estɑnte part of speech: noun
In gestures

rack1 = estante. 

Example: Conversely, in the era of paperbacks, the community might decide that the library's main goal ought to be the provision of books and other materials not available on the drugstore rack.

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» bicycle storage rack = stand para aparcar bicicletas.

Example: 16mm films are supplied in their own cylindrical containers which are best housed vertically in racks which resemble bicycle storage racks.

» book racks = estantería para libros.

Example: They have several models of book racks and book display stands that are great for displaying all kinds of books.

» display rack = estante.

Example: Some display racks are designed so that the sloping display shelf lifts up to reveal storage space underneath for back issues.

» leaflet rack = estante para folletos.

Example: A feature of the interior of the bus has been the creation of an office at the rear, with seats, table, filing cabinet, leaflet racks and radio-phone.

» magazine rack = revistero.

Example: His face appeared on magazine racks across the country.

» off-the-rack = listo para usar.

Example: This article also reviews off-the-rack electronic clip art products and provides a brief listing of books about the Macintosh computer.

» pamphlet rack = estante para folletos.

Example: The van has an area that can be curtained off for private interviews, storage for equipment and pamphlet racks.

» paperback rack = sección de libros en rústica. [En un supermercado, estantes que contienen libros en rústica]

Example: Looking along the paperback racks at a large departmental store one is confronted by many titles in paperback which rarely are mentioned in a review in the general press.

» rack and pinion = cremallera y piñón.

Example: Rack and pinions are commonly used in the steering system of cars to convert the rotary motion of the steering wheel to the side to side motion in the wheels.

» rack and pinion steering = dirección de cremallera.

Example: Rack-and-pinion steering is quickly becoming the most common type of steering on cars.

» rack of lamb = costillar de cordero, costillero de cordero.

Example: Leg of lamb is a little more challenging than cooking a rack of lamb, and since it's larger you'll need more people to feed.

» rack of spare ribs = costillar, costillero.

Example: I'm taking my first attempt at smoking a brisket this Sunday, along with a couple racks of spare ribs.

» rack train = tren de cremallera.

Example: From the foot of the mountain you will board the modern rack train that will rise to a height of 725 metres.

» revolving wire rack = estantes giratorios.

Example: The bookshops found in most towns are hybrid affairs dealing in newspapers, magazines, stationery, trinkets and a motley collection of paperbacks in revolving wire racks.

» roof rack = baca, portaequipajes.

Example: All roof racks will add drag and therefore slightly increase petrol consumption.

» wall display rack = expositor de baldas inclinadas. [Expositor fijo en la pared cuyas baldas o estantes están inclinadas sobre las que se colocan los libros de modo que puedan ser fácilmente vistos por el lector]

Example: They purchased a van which was kitted out with a desk, locker seats, and wall display racks.

» wine spinner rack = archivador giratorio.

Example: With the recognition of the importance of face-out displays of paperbacks, such equipment as wine spinner racks were introduced to school bookshops and libraries.

rack2 = potro de tortura, potro de tormento. 

Example: There are many tortures that were popular in the Middle Ages, but none so feared as being stretched on a rack.

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» be on the rack = pasar dificultades, pasar apuros.

Example: If they failed to fully investigate the rape claim they could be on the rack for publishing a bogus story.

» put + Nombre + on the rack = atormentar, castigar, torturar.

Example: The article 'Putting publishers on the rack' discusses the implications for publishers of supermarkets' greater interest in books.

rack [wrack]3 = destruir, devastar, desolar. 

Example: Both countries that have been wracked for the last ten years by violent civil wars.

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» go to + rack and ruin = destrozarse, derrumbarse, arruinarse.

Example: It is a marvel to think that this is the place a few years back thought to be irretrievably gone to rack and ruin.

» rack and ruin = ruina, deterioro, destrozo.

Example: The policies that the Mugabe government have taken have lead the country to economic and political rack and ruin.

» rack + Posesivo + brain(s) = estrujarse los sesos, extrujarse el cerebro, devanarse los sesos, romperse la cabeza, comerse el coco, comerse el tarro, exprimirse los sesos, exprimirse el cerebro, romperse la mollera, partirse la mollera. [Escrito también wrack + Posesivo + brain(s)]

Example: She racked her brains for a way out but could not find anything successful.

» rack up = acumular.

Example: How many honorary doctorates has the Judge racked up since then?.

» rack up + the price = subir el precio.

Example: Retailers are just adding salt to injury by rack up the price even more.

wrack [rack] = destruir, devastar, desolar. 

Example: Both countries that have been wracked for the last ten years by violent civil wars.

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» wrack + Posesivo + brain(s) = estrujarse los sesos, extrujarse el cerebro, devanarse los sesos, romperse la cabeza, comerse el coco, comerse el tarro, exprimirse los sesos, exprimirse el cerebro, romperse la mollera, partirse la mollera. [Escrito también wrack + Posesivo + brain(s)]

Example: She racked her brains for a way out but could not find anything successful.
Rack synonyms:
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