correa


correa
f.
1 strap.
2 belt (Tec).
correa del ventilador fan belt
3 purlin.
pres.indicat.
3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) present indicative of spanish verb: correar.
imperat.
2nd person singular (tú) Imperative of Spanish verb: correar.
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correa
nombre femenino
1 (tira de piel) strap, leather strip
2 (de perro) lead, leash
3 (de reloj) watchstrap
4 (cinturón) belt
5 TÉCNICA belt
6 (elasticidad) elasticity, stretch
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FRASEOLOGÍA
tener mucha correa familiar to have a lot of patience
correa del ventilador fan belt
correa sin fin conveyor belt
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noun f.
belt, strap
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SF
1) (=cinturón) belt; (=tira) strap; (=ronzal) tether; [para afilar una navaja] strop

la correa de mi reloj — my watchstrap, my watchband (EEUU)

2) [de perro] leash, lead
3) (Mec)

correa de seguridad — safety belt

correa de transmisión — driving belt, drive

correa de transporte — conveyor belt

correa de ventilador, correa del ventilador — (Aut) fan belt

correa sin fin — endless belt

correa transportadora — conveyor belt

4) (=aguante) give, elasticity

tener correa —

por cualquier cosa se enfada, tiene muy poca correa — she gets angry at the slightest thing, she has a very short fuse

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femenino
a) (tira) strap; (cinturón) belt; (de perro) leash

correa de reloj — watchband (AmE), watchstrap (BrE)

b) (para afilar) strop
c) (Mec) belt

tener mucha/poca correa — (fam) to be long-suffering/to have a very short fuse

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= belt, thong, strap, halter, leash.
Ex. The only modification made was the replacement of the light-weight belt or roller on the machine wire with the dandy roll, first used in 1825.
Ex. Next the book was placed on the sewing frame, and the folded sheets were sewn by hand with needle and thread on to four or five cords or thongs.
Ex. There are many varieties of sandal, from synthetic rope soles and straps, tyre-tread soled sandals, to the Japanese wooden sandals, which are relatively easy to make.
Ex. The author studies medieval representations of Saint Anthony Abbot and his accompanying piglet on a halter.
Ex. Rather than using a collar with a leash, cats should be walked using a proper harness designed specifically for felines.
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* accionado por correas = belt-driven.
* correa de distribución = driving belt, timing belt, cambelt [cam belt].
* correa del ventilador = fan belt.
* correa elástica = bungee, bungee cord, elastic cord.
* correa transportadora = conveyor belt, endless belt, conveyor [conveyer].
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femenino
a) (tira) strap; (cinturón) belt; (de perro) leash

correa de reloj — watchband (AmE), watchstrap (BrE)

b) (para afilar) strop
c) (Mec) belt

tener mucha/poca correa — (fam) to be long-suffering/to have a very short fuse

* * *
= belt, thong, strap, halter, leash.

Ex: The only modification made was the replacement of the light-weight belt or roller on the machine wire with the dandy roll, first used in 1825.

Ex: Next the book was placed on the sewing frame, and the folded sheets were sewn by hand with needle and thread on to four or five cords or thongs.
Ex: There are many varieties of sandal, from synthetic rope soles and straps, tyre-tread soled sandals, to the Japanese wooden sandals, which are relatively easy to make.
Ex: The author studies medieval representations of Saint Anthony Abbot and his accompanying piglet on a halter.
Ex: Rather than using a collar with a leash, cats should be walked using a proper harness designed specifically for felines.
* accionado por correas = belt-driven.
* correa de distribución = driving belt, timing belt, cambelt [cam belt].
* correa del ventilador = fan belt.
* correa elástica = bungee, bungee cord, elastic cord.
* correa transportadora = conveyor belt, endless belt, conveyor [conveyer].

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correa
feminine
1 (tira) strap; (cinturón) belt
la correa del perro the dog's leash o (BrE) lead
tengo que cambiarle la correa al reloj I need a new watchband (AmE) o (BrE) watchstrap
2 (para afilar) strop
3 (Mec) belt
tener mucha correa (fam); to be long-suffering
tener poca correa (fam); to have a very short fuse
Compuestos:
correa de or del ventilador
fan belt
correa de transmisión
(Mec) drive belt; (Pol) mouthpiece
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correa sustantivo femenino
a) (tira) strap;

(cinturón) belt;
(de perro) leash;
correa de reloj watchband (AmE), watchstrap (BrE)

b) (Mec) belt;

correa del ventilador fan belt

correa sustantivo femenino
1 (tira) strap
(de reloj) watchstrap, US watchband
(de pantalón) belt
(de perro) lead, US leash
2 Téc belt
♦ Locuciones: familiar tener correa, to be patient: no me canso, tengo correa para rato, I'm not tired; I can last a long time
'correa' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
reata
English:
belt
- lead
- leash
- shoulder strap
- strap
- strap down
- watchband
- watchstrap
- carousel
- conveyor (belt)
- fan
- loop
- shoulder
- thong
- watch
- weal
- wrist
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correa nf
1. [de bolso, reloj] strap;
[cinturón] belt; [de perro] lead, leash
2. Tec belt
Comp
correa de transmisión drive belt;
correa del ventilador fan belt
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correa
f de perro leash, Br
lead; de reloj strap; (cinturón) belt;
tener mucha correa fig be long-suffering
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correa nf
: strap, belt
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correa n
1. (en general) strap
2. (de pantalón) belt
3. (de perro) lead

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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