HyperDic: cubierto

Español > 8 sentidos de la palabra cubierto:
ADJETIVOallcubiertooverlaid or spread or topped with or enclosed within something
allcubierto, bañadohaving a coating / coating
allcubierto, vestidowearing or provided with clothing
allcubierto, enfundado, envainado, protegido, recubiertoenclosed in a protective ... / protective covering
allcubierto, nubladofilled or abounding with clouds
allcubierto, aseguradocovered by insurance
NOMBREartifactcubierto, cubertería, cubiertostableware implements for cutting and eating food
artifactcubierto, cubierto completoa table service for one person
Español > cubierto: 8 sentidos > adjetivo 1
Sentidooverlaid or spread or topped with or enclosed within something; sometimes used as a combining form.
Específicoblanco, nevadomarked by the presence of snow
cubierto de nieve, nevadoCovered with snow
embarradoCovered with or as if with mud
embozadowrapped ... / wrapped up especially for protection or secrecy
empapadoabundantly covered or supplied with
enbaldosadoCovered or furnished with tiles / tiles
entoldadoCovered with an awning
enyesado(of walls) covered with a coat of plaster
goteadoCovered with beads of liquid / liquid
impermeabilizadoCovered with a waterproof coating
incrustadoHaving a hardened crust as a covering
musgosoovergrown with moss
polvorientoCovered with a layer of dust
salpicadoCovered with bright / bright patches (often used in combination)
Contrariorasolacking its natural or customary covering
Ingléscovered
Cataláncobert
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SentidoHaving a coating / coating; covered with an outer layer or film; often used in combination.
Sinónimobañado
Ingléscoated
Catalánbanyar
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SentidoWearing or provided with clothing; sometimes used in combination.
Sinónimovestido
Específicoataviado, vestidoDressed in fancy or formal clothing
ataviado, vestidoIn ceremonial attire and paraphernalia
engualdrapadoclothed in finery (especially a horse in ornamental trappings)
uniformadoDressed in a uniform
vestidoDressed or clothed especially in fine attire
Tambiénadornado, decoradoProvided with something intended to increase its beauty or distinction
Inglésclothed, clad
Cataláncobert, vestit
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Sentidoenclosed in a protective ... / protective covering; sometimes used in combination.
Sinónimosenfundado, envainado, protegido, recubierto
EspecíficoencerradoCovered or protected with or as if with a case
Contrariodescubiertonot having a protective ... / protective covering
Ingléssheathed
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SentidoFilled or abounding with clouds.
Sinónimonublado
GeneralnubladoFull of or covered with clouds
Ingléscloud-covered, clouded, overcast, sunless
Catalánennuvolat, obac, tapat
NombresnubosidadThe state of the sky when it is covered by clouds
Español > cubierto: 8 sentidos > adjetivo 6
SentidoCovered by insurance.
Sinónimoasegurado
Inglésinsured
Español > cubierto: 8 sentidos > nombre 1, artifact
Sentidotableware implements for cutting and eating food.
Sinónimoscubertería, cubiertos
Partesagarradera, asa, asidero, asimiento, cogedero, empuñadura, manejar, mango, manija, manilla, tirador, tomaderoThe appendage to an object that is designed to be held in order to use or move it
EspecíficoSporktrademark for a plastic eating utensil that has both tines and a bowl like a spoon
cucharaA piece of cutlery with a shallow bowl-shaped container and a handle
cuchillo de mesaA knife used for eating at dining table
tenedorcutlery used for serving and eating food
Generalservicio de mesa, vajillaarticles for use at the table (dishes and silverware and glassware)
Ingléscutlery, eating utensil
Cataláncoberteria, coberts
Español > cubierto: 8 sentidos > nombre 2, artifact
SentidoA table service for one person.
Sinónimocubierto completo
Generalserviciotableware consisting of a complete set of articles (silver or dishware) for use at table
Inglésplace setting, setting
Cataláncobert
Verbosarmar, montarGet ready for a particular purpose or event

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