Traducción de marking en Español:

marking

mancha, n.

Pronunciación /ˈmɑːkɪŋ//ˈmɑrkɪŋ/

nombre

  • 1

    • 1.1(on animal, plant)

      mancha femenino
      • Condor was a black horse with silver markings on the outsides of all four legs, in the form of streaks.
      • The distinctive markings of pronghorns, especially the bright white rump patch, make them easy to spot.
      • The adult insect is a moth with silvery-white forewings and brown stripes and black markings on each wing tip.
      • Skippy is a medium-sized bitch, mostly white with black and brown markings.
      • Some have distinctive markings on their heads and on their carapace, or upper shell.
      • This is where the Doberman gets his short, gleaming coat, and the fine black and tan markings.
      • The most common American shorthair color is the silver tabby with dense black markings on a sterling silver background.
      • The number of black markings can also range anywhere from no spots to 15 spots.
      • The juvenile looks similar but lacks the white facial feathering and black markings on the belly.
      • It can be recognised by its distinctive yellow markings around the beak and bells on its leg.
      • These hatch into white and pale yellow caterpillars with black heads, black markings, and a black horn.
      • On her belly is a beautiful pattern of black and white markings.
      • They were of a copper color that was almost metallic, with black angular markings down the legs and around the waist.
      • It really is a handsome beast with black and green markings.
      • Artists are also likely to use the natural markings of the animals as they develop their compositions.
      • He was a strange stylised round creature about a foot and a half tall with markings like black and white cows - only less symmetrical.
      • They have distinct black markings on the ends of their fins, particularly the first dorsal and caudal fins.
      • You can hardly see their faces under their manes, just black markings around the mouth and lolling pink tongues.
      • It has beautiful black and white markings on its head and the foregoing adults of both sexes have very long horns.
      • With its striking brown and white markings and glossy skin, the somewhat docile snake was weighed and checked in at 26,6kg.

    • 1.2(manmade)

      marca femenino
      road markings líneas de señalización vial femenino
      • It always pays to fully explore well away from the wreck and to mark on the plotter any significant markings of loose wreckage.
      • Teardrop was known as a friend of the homeless and was easily recognised because of the tattoos all over his body, including tribal markings on his face.
      • Connor could make out the distinctive hull markings that showed that this was no ordinary vehicle.
      • I, myself, was in a serious accident at Newby Bridge in 1994 and as a result, new and improved road markings were put in place at the accident spot.
      • The planes were parked on the ramp and given a coat of Olive Drab camouflage along with period markings.
      • The project also served as a test site for a new 3M wet reflective tape for highway markings on concrete.
      • Green markings which have been put down to delineate a cycle way on the road at Waterhead, Ambleside, have caused a flurry of letters to the Gazette in recent weeks.
      • They also want crossings illuminated when being used and railway vehicles to have reflective markings.
      • Other measures in the plan include new lane markings, anti-skid surfacing and several hundred yards of bus lane on Brighton Way up to the roundabout.
      • The markings were patterned, dividing the door into four quadrants, each with identical designs.
      • Also at one point the object seemed to light up the solid white reflective center roadway markings.
      • She noticed that he had strange red markings on his skin, scorches possibly.
      • On the contrary, we know that the pattern of ink markings on the page you are reading was impressed on the ink by the printing device.
      • Stockport council will now have to spend thousands of pounds to reverse the markings at 30 crossings to comply with new government regulations.
      • Amateur collectors in East Anglia have now found stone tools and animal bones which show markings that can only have been made by humans using such tools.
      • As for the line markings on the streets, they are obeyed even less than street signs.
      • British Transport Police paid to have the car modified, which included fitting flashing lights, communication systems and markings.
      • The available ground will be soon marked out with distinctive markings.
      • To tackle that, clear weight restriction signs could be put in place before vehicles reach West Chevin Road, as well as hazard markings and warning signs.
      • She wore a grey hooded top and had trainers with white luminous markings, which looked new.

  • 2

    Escuela Universidad
    I've got a lot of marking to do tengo muchos ejercicios (or cuadernos etc.) que corregir
  • 3Britanico

    Deporte
    marcaje masculino