ES espiga
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{feminine}

1. general

espiga (also: cabrestante, chigre, molinete)
espiga (also: cabilla, muñón, pitón, clavija)
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dowel {noun}
espiga (also: grifo, espita, bitoque)
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spigot {noun}
espiga
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ear {noun} (of corn)
espiga (also: espiguilla)
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herringbone {noun} (on fabric)
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panel pin {noun} [Brit.]
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tang {noun} (of blade)

2. "de metal"

espiga (also: puntilla, clavito, hita)
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brad {noun}

3. "badajo"

espiga (also: badajo, mazo)
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tongue {noun}

4. "de madera"

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peg {noun}

5. construction

espiga (also: vástago, pivote)
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pin {noun}
espiga (also: vástago)
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pivot {noun}

6. "en una ensambladura"

espiga (also: espaldón)
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tenon {noun}
mortise and tenon joint
mortise and tenon joint
mortise and tenon

7. botany

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spike {noun}

8. technology

espiga
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shank {noun} (of nail)

9. nautical science

espiga (also: tope)

Synonyms (Spanish) for "espiga":

espiga
espigar
Spanish

Context sentences for "espiga" in English

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SpanishEn realidad necesitamos una estrategia amplia, que contemple el tratamiento de los alimentos de comienzo a final, desde la espiga de trigo hasta la barra de pan.
What we really need is a comprehensive strategy for dealing with food at every stage of its production.
Spanishandamio de espiga 
Spanishandamio de espiga
Spanish[José] respondió: “Habréis de sembrar, como de costumbre, durante siete años; pero todo el [grano] que cosechéis dejadlo [intacto] en su espiga, salvo una pequeña parte de la que comeréis:
(When he came to Joseph, he said) "Joseph!