"trapo" English translation

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"trapo" in English

ES trapo
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{masculine}

1. general

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cloth {noun}
el camarero limpiaba el mostrador con un trapo
the waiter was wiping the counter with a cloth
frote suavemente la mancha con un trapo húmedo
to dab the stain with a damp cloth
se frotó un poco la corbata con un trapo húmedo
he gave his tie a dab with a damp cloth
trapo (also: plumero, felpa, franela, zorros)
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duster {noun}
les dio una pasada rápida a los muebles con el trapo
she gave the furniture a quick flick with a duster
pasarles un trapo por encima a los muebles
to flick a duster round a room
trapo (also: limpiaparabrisas)
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wiper {noun}
trapo (also: bayeta, fregón)
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dishrag {noun} [Amer.]
trapo
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rag {noun} (piece of cloth)
Señor Presidente, Señorías, el chocolate es una dulce tentación, para algunos es un vicio y para la Unión Europea es un trapo rojo.
Chocolate is a sweet seduction; for some it is a sin, for the European Union it is a red rag to a bull.

2. "de torero", colloquial

Synonyms (Spanish) for "trapo":

trapo

Context sentences for "trapo" in English

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Spanishme encanta tu vestido — ¿este trapo viejo?
I love your dress — what, this old thing?
Spanishpasa un trapo por el piso
Spanishpásale un trapo al piso
Spanishpásale un trapo al piso
Spanishllorar a todo trapo
Spanishpasarle un trapo a algo
Spanishpasarle un trapo a
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SpanishEn lugar de aceptar una leve reprimenda, el de la UE se puso a engatusar y a amenazar a todo trapo a los signatarios para intentar evitar que esta moción viese la luz del día.
In the looking glass world of Brussels, it is not those engaging in fraud who are harassed and bullied, but those exposing it.
SpanishEn lugar de aceptar una leve reprimenda, el de la UE se puso a engatusar y a amenazar a todo trapo a los signatarios para intentar evitar que esta moción viese la luz del día.
Rather than accepting a mild rebuke, the EU establishment went into overdrive, cajoling and threatening the various signatories in an attempt to prevent the motion from seeing the light of day.