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Spanish translation: plataforma (de madera)

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English term or phrase:deck
Spanish translation:plataforma (de madera)
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11:16 Apr 26, 2001
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: deck
deck made of wood
paula
plataforma (de madera)
Explanation:
Para la palabra deck también existen las siguientes opciones según el contexto:
cubierta
superficie plana (de un avión por ejemplo)
techo ( de un vagón)
piso de una rotativa de imprenta
baraja o pila de cartas (en los naipes)
si es un verbo la palabra deck puede significar vestir o embellecer con decoraciones,
en slang significa derribar.

Saludos afectuosos de Oso ¶:^)
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naVer abajo
Bertha S. Deffenbaugh
naplataforma (de madera)xxxOso
naterraza
Mauricio López Langenbach


  

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2 mins
terraza


Explanation:
Si es de una casa, es una terraza. Una terraza de madera.

Mauricio López Langenbach
New Zealand
Local time: 16:59
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 327

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Bertha S. Deffenbaugh
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4 mins
plataforma (de madera)


Explanation:
Para la palabra deck también existen las siguientes opciones según el contexto:
cubierta
superficie plana (de un avión por ejemplo)
techo ( de un vagón)
piso de una rotativa de imprenta
baraja o pila de cartas (en los naipes)
si es un verbo la palabra deck puede significar vestir o embellecer con decoraciones,
en slang significa derribar.

Saludos afectuosos de Oso ¶:^)

xxxOso
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 9863
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samsi

Isabel Peralta
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6 hrs
Ver abajo


Explanation:
Sin contexto es imposible decidir de qué se trata.
Como verá enseguida, también puede ser CUBIERTA si se trata de un barco.

Usted decide.

Saludos,:)

BD



Del ENCARTA WORLD ENGLISH DICTIONARY:deck [dek ] noun (plural decks)

1. NAUTICAL floor surface across a ship: a level surface that runs from one side of a ship to the other and along all or part of its length, forming a floor

2. TRANSPORT vehicle section on one level: a floored, self-contained area of a ship or of a passenger vehicle, for example, a bus or tram

3. ELECTRICITY audio unit: a wide, flat piece of audio equipment that contains a player for tapes, records, cassettes, or compact disks

4. level of a structure: any tier or level of a building or other structure

5. CIVIL ENGINEERING floor of roadway or bridge: the floor or platform of a roadway or bridge

6. CARD GAMES playing cards: a pack of playing cards

7. ARCHITECTURE terrace of house: an open unroofed area of floor extending from the back of a house They had a barbecue on the deck.

8. ground: the ground or floor (informal)

transitive verb (past decked, past participle decked, present participle deck·ing, 3rd person present singular decks)

1. knock somebody down: to strike and knock somebody down deliberately (informal)

2. decorate something or somebody: to decorate or ornament something or somebody (literary) deck the hall with boughs of holly

3. build deck for something: to make a deck for a ship or other structure


[15th century. From Middle Dutch dec "roof, covering, cloak," ultimately from a prehistoric Germanic word that is the ancestor of English thatch.]

deck·er noun




Bertha S. Deffenbaugh
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Local time: 20:59
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