Traducción de fur en Español:

fur

pelo, n.

Pronunciación /fəː//fər/

nombre

  • 1

    (of animal)
    Zoología pelo masculino
    Zoología pelaje masculino
    Indumentaria piel femenino
    fur-lined leather gloves guantes de cuero forrados de piel
    • fake / fun fur piel sintética
    • They were fairly small with short, jet black fur, acid-green eyes and pointy little ears.
    • The females in particular were sought after for their fine, soft fur.
    • Arian was already ready for school and had carefully brushed Royal's soft coat of short black and brown fur.
    • Her hair was like a rabbits' fur, soft and delicate, though at the same time it was thick.
    • Lauren groomed Samoa's soft fur gently, and the cat purred loudly.
    • Most significantly, the animal's fur and soft tissue are also fossilized.
    • Winter clothes were laden with fur trimming of the brightest colours.
    • Large covered hooks and eyes are commonly used for fur garment closures.
    • Models sashayed the catwalk in their jeans, textural cable knit sweaters and big fur bags.
    • The principal headdress for men is a high, stiff felt hat or fur cap with earflaps, the latter of which is worn during the winter months.
    • Underneath there, it's very, very soft fur underneath the porcupine.
    • Noteworthy numbers were the knitted fur cardigans and the silver foil fur-lined jackets.
    • In some coats the sheepskin is treated to look like fine fur, which makes bold statements in men's bomber and full-length styles.
    • Even a pair of jeans looks formal when you wear fur vests.
    • ‘Just thinking of something,’ she sighed and ran her fingers over her cat's soft fur.
    • He was an orange tabby cat, with sleek fur, pointy ears, and a pink nose.
    • Month-old ringtails look like miniature adults: the same black and white clown make-up and soft grey fur.
    • I could live without the fine veneer of cat fur on my clothes too.
    • Its fur was soft and fine as she gave it a gentle pat on the head.
    • Evidently, fur is the hot thing for men to be wearing - fur coats, fur vests, fur sombreros.
    • Leather and/or fur hats can look great on older men who want to keep warm while maintaining their refined, polished look.
    • Even when fur has no commercial value, trappers are sent to work, in some cases at taxpayer expense.
    • He was also wearing a coat with fur trim on the hood and a beret which had a badge on the front.
    • Mom came home wearing her 3/4 length royal blue sheared beaver faux fur coat and her high heel black boots.
    • Camel hair is from the extremely soft and fine fur from the undercoat of the camel.
    • I was half covered in soft fur of an animal of some kind.
    • They have short fur on the front of the ears and long hairs on the back to increase their hearing capabilities.
    • And I'd look really stupid in that purple fedora and fur coat, by the way.
    • In winter, Moscow is a cold, bleak place that gives rise to the almost national costume of fur coat and hat and sturdy boots.
    • Snow lightly fell on the ground as people bustled back and forth in their large fur coats and hats.
    • The long, soft, fine fur that covers their bodies is generally gray to brown in color.
    • She is all bundled up in her fur coat, hat, gloves and scarf.
    • Shoes are low stilettos and mink fur neck wraps feature unnecessarily.
    • While it lacks the glamour factor of soft sensuous fur, a shearling's ability to keep out the cold is indisputable.
    • Traditionally, North America, Western Europe, the Nordic countries and Russia have been the major markets for fur garments.
    • The activists targeted Hartley's fashion store because of a small number of garments featuring rabbit fur collars.
    • The ill-dressed children wore thin uniforms and light coats, without the felt boots and fur hats that the Russians wore.
    • People in towns and cities tend to wear modern clothes made of manufactured cloth, perhaps with fur coats and hats in winter.
    • Chiffon tunics and ruched leggings combined with fur cowls and bronze high heels for a modern-rustic effect.
    • The mice actually have yellow fur rather than red hair.
  • 2

    (pelt)
    piel femenino
    • That's why, for much of history, furs and skins from the more aggressive carnivores have been an essential part of the ceremonial dress of kings, emperors and dictators.
    • In North America Europeans conducted a huge trade in furs and skins through native peoples and enlisted them as allies in their wars.
    • Harriet led her to a pile of soft cloths on the ground, a velvety mound of skins and furs heaped haphazardly in a corner.
    • The BBC reported in July that there is a flourishing trade in the furs of endangered animals in Afghanistan.
    • Parties of Creeks regularly journeyed from Georgia and Alabama to exchange skins and furs at Pensacola; many Creek women had married traders.
    • They were comfortable in the warm southern sunshine, but felt strange to one who had worn nothing but animal skins and furs all his life.
    • While it is widely acceptable to object to eating flesh, wearing skins and furs, and sport-hunting of non-human animals, the objection to vivisection is relatively muted in comparison.
    • There wasn't a blank spot anywhere, beautiful carpets covered most of the floor and there were paintings and animal furs on the walls.
    • Only a few generations ago many of them survived entirely off the land, following the caribou from fall to springtime and usually reuniting in the summers to collect their Treaty money and sell their furs.
    • During the summers, some families live in tents made from furs or skins.
    • He trapped foxes for extra money and sold their furs all around.
    • He has heard rumors of gold, and he has come with furs and leather to trade.
    • Longclaw uses one as an extension for his mast, and adds skins and furs to his sail as the temperature permits.
    • There were stalls and stalls of furs and animal hide.
    • By comparison, Canada harvests the furs of about 1 million wild animals each year, from a land mass three times as large.
    • My mother did beadwork, tanned all the skins, sewed furs, made soap, smoked meat.
    • Each faction was allocated specific furs and skins to distinguish them from their enemies
    • The animals used for this trade are raised under deplorable conditions and killed solely for their skins and furs.
    • He wore white robes and around his feet and shins were bound grey and white animal hides and furs.
    • Spanish lieutenant governors, palms well greased, usually winked at contraband trade, and furs, skins, and trade goods would flow across borders with relative ease.
  • 3

    (garment)
    prenda de piel femenino
    prenda de pieles femenino España
    • She was dressed in a luxurious fur, and her nose and cheeks were pink with the cold.
    • She is a vision of sweeping strides and soft steps swathed in airy veils and supple furs.
    • Walk in, and you'll find everything from funky furs to elegant dress coats.
    • I was not in love with his use of furs in this collection.
    • Even the furs, feathers and jewellery received the first-class treatment.
    • They didn't stay out on deck for very long; despite their heavy furs and layers of garments, the two women were soon chilled to the bone and juddering.
    • He depicts emerging class divisions - the wealthy in top hat and furs, along with the newcomers ignored by the black middle class.
    • The man across the table wearing a fur and had very long nails on his pinkies.
    • It is the luxury of wearing a beautiful fur that was bought by someone else's grandmother long before it was a sin to kill animals for fashion.
    • He used vivid shocking pink dyed furs atop huge enveloping coats.
    • He towers over the other actors, looking outrageous in a floor-length fur or terrifying in his camouflage pants and bomber jacket.
    • His tour operator has asked anyone wearing a fur to report to the police station as it has probably been stolen.
    • Standing, she shed the furs and pulled her cloak tightly around herself.
    • Now with both earrings in place and wearing a long fur, Mrs. Treacher was saying goodnight to her daughter and telling her son to be good.
    • These women were traveling, they had relationships, they had jewels, they had furs.
    • Now, you know as well as I do, that you rarely see anyone under fifty-ish or even with vaguely liberal views wearing a fur nowadays.
    • A tall, striking man given to wearing capes, furs and abundant jewellery, he delighted in toying with his own identity, playing up contradictions - was he British or American?
    • He intended to store winter garments and furs for people for a fee.
    • The designer even managed to transfer a brocade lattice motif over the curvaceous sheepskin jacket coupled with fluttering silk skirt, and dyed all his furs in flashy tones of blue, pink and purple.
    • While we're going about our daily lives in down parkas, furs and boots, the designers are busy creating and proudly presenting what we can expect in spring and summer.
  • 4

    (on tongue)
    saburra femenino
    I woke up with fur on my tongue me desperté con la lengua sucia / pastosa
    • Just had a bit of breakfast and I'm now trying to get the fur off my tongue while writing this.
    • When the functions of an internal organ are disrupted, the symptoms can be discerned in the complexion, eyes, color, voice and texture of the tongue fur.
  • 5Britanico

    (limescale)
    sarro masculino
    • It, together with calcium carbonate, or the chalk of limestone deposits, is what makes water ‘hard’ and furs up the kettle.

verbo transitivo

Britanico

  • 1

    hard water can fur the pipes el agua dura hace que se forme sarro en las tuberías
    • For now, it is safest to say that the combination of high fat and high sugar is a deadly one for furring up the arteries.
    • On this fork is something that will taste delicious, but it might bring you out in spots, put weight on your hips, fur your arteries, endanger your guts.
    • Along with obvious risks of heart disease like smoking or being overweight is the danger posed by cholesterol. It is the fatty substance produced in the liver furs up coronary arteries.
    • It gets in your eyes and furs your tongue, but it's not like gas.
    • The substantial plate of rabbit was beautifully tender and came with the sort of gloriously rich sauce that you can feel furring up your arteries as you eat.
    • The game around Barnsley was known as Potty Knocking or just Knurr as the Knurr is a ceramic sphere about 15 mm in diameter commonly used in the kettles of the pre-war era to stop limescale furring it up.
    • However, in my view they may protect your arteries from furring up - but there is no scientific evidence for the claim they can increase your libido.
    • Most angina is due to disease of the coronary arteries that results when the arteries fur up with fatty deposits.
    • ‘What many people do not realise arteries fur of the arteries starts early in childhood, so paying attention to your diet, and that of your children, is crucial,’ he said.
    • When these arteries fur up with fatty cholesterol deposits, the heart muscle doesn't receive enough blood to work properly.
    • It is a dietary mantra that has bordered on the fanatic: fat is a killer and a clogger and it furs your arteries, bursts your blood vessels, and sends your weight soaring through the stratosphere.
    • Yorktest hopes to profit from growing awareness of homocysteine - a sulphurous amino acid, which is thought to weaken blood vessels and prepare the way for the furring up caused by some kinds of cholesterol.
    • Almonds are full of naturally occurring antioxidants that have the ability to prevent cholesterol furring up arteries.
    • Then our season is over, and I can retreat into a world of apathy, occasional delight at victories over lesser teams and my arteries can begin to fur up at a lesser rate.
    • All that cheese though - virtually furring up the arteries even as you consume it.