"pluma" English translation

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"pluma" in English

ES pluma
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{feminine}

1. general

El color de la pluma no puede modificarse.
The color of the pen cannot be changed.
Ha hecho falta que otros diputados a este Parlamento tomaran la pluma para corregir el tiro, Polonia ya se lo ha agradecido.
Other Members of this Parliament had to take up the pen to put things right, and Poland thanked them for it.
Ha enseñado [al hombre] el uso de la pluma --
Who teaches by the pen!
pluma (also: auge, grúa forestal, tangón, boom)
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boom {noun}
pulley loading boom
pluma
una pluma pasó flotando en la brisa
a feather floated past on the breeze
una pluma entró flotando con la brisa
a feather wafted in on the breeze
Mr Nicholson mentioned feathers.
pluma (also: aleta)
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flight {noun} (on dart, arrow)
pluma (also: plumín, plumilla)
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nib {noun}
pluma (also: penacho (plumas), plumaje)
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plume {noun}

2. "barrera"

pluma (also: barrera, barrena, tabla, tablero)

3. "de un limpiaparabrisas"

pluma (also: lámina, hoja, cuchilla, pala)
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blade {noun}

4. "de una grúa"

pluma
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jib {noun}

5. "escritor"

6. "actividad literaria"

7. "grifo", Colombia

pluma (also: canilla, chorro, paja, toma de agua)
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faucet {noun} [Amer.]
pluma (also: toma de agua)
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tap {noun} [Brit.]

8. "prostituta", Bolivia, colloquial

pluma (also: cachuelera, zorra, yirante)
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tart {noun} [coll.]

Synonyms (Spanish) for "pluma":

pluma

Context sentences for "pluma" in English

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SpanishPero, ¿qué entiende el informe por esos términos de "cultura europea" que aparecen incesantemente en la pluma de los autores?
What does the report mean, then, by the terms relating to 'European culture' , which are constantly used by the authors?
SpanishPero,¿qué entiende el informe por esos términos de " cultura europea " que aparecen incesantemente en la pluma de los autores?
What does the report mean, then, by the terms relating to 'European culture ', which are constantly used by the authors?
Spanishel relleno del edredón es de pluma
Spanishcampeona de peso pluma
Spanishcampeón de peso pluma
Spanishtiene algo de pluma
SpanishNo sabemos gracias a qué asociación de ideas la expresión «régimen dictatorial» ha salido de la pluma del ponente, pero merece la pena planteárselo.
We do not know what association of ideas led the rapporteur to the expression 'dictatorial tendency' but, in any case, the question deserves to be asked.
SpanishNo sabemos gracias a qué asociación de ideas la expresión« régimen dictatorial» ha salido de la pluma del ponente, pero merece la pena planteárselo.
We do not know what association of ideas led the rapporteur to the expression 'dictatorial tendency ' but, in any case, the question deserves to be asked.