Traducción de matchbook en Español:


librito de fósforos, n.

Pronunciación /ˈmætʃˌbʊk//ˈmatʃbʊk/



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    librito de fósforos masculino
    librito de cerillas masculino España
    librito de cerillos masculino México América Central
    • I'll find myself standing in the aisle, weighing the purchase of some matchbooks packaged to look like they came from a Parisian brasserie.
    • A friend gave me a big bag of old matchbooks for my collection.
    • You might think twice about throwing in all of your trade show trinkets, postcards, coupons and matchbooks.
    • He brought up his other hand and pulled a remaining match from the pack, turning the matchbook over and showing it to her.
    • He also confiscates one of the two boxes of matches I have, telling me that only one box is allowed, although later I find a matchbook lost in the folds of my purse.
    • He pulled out four gigantic trays crammed with matchbooks.
    • T-shirts, shopping bags, matchbooks, baseball caps, magnets and coffee mugs soon joined her repertoire of photographic-based imagery.
    • A fireplace smelled of fires past and thousands of matchbooks lined the walls and filled giant glass bowls.
    • If anybody else wants some matchbooks or other little things just e-mail me your address and I'll send it out.
    • Do you have to sift through countless napkins, coasters, and hotel matchbooks?
    • I head back to the living room, undo the matchbook, strike a match and carefully light the edges of the paper in the fireplace.
    • The criminal carefully jams the token slot with a matchbook or a gum wrapper and waits for a would-be rider to plunk a token down.
    • Not knowing how to respond, her teacher gave her a forced smile and reached in one of her drawers for a matchbook.
    • It ‘is clear that advertising is not the sole function of the matchbooks as their primary function to the consumer is as a source of fire,’ the court said.
    • Their cartoon likenesses also appear throughout the mammoth space on signs, cards, matchbooks and dinnerware.
    • They'd serve you exotic treats like stuffed derma or chopped liver with sliced egg and there would be a live band and floral centerpieces and matchbooks with your friend's name on it embossed in gold.
    • I never knew anybody, so contact sports were out and the cafeteria was out, so I would go down these back stairs, put a matchbook in the door, and have lunch outside.
    • I had not gone off my habit of collecting matchbooks and matchboxes from places I visited, but sadly, they were not available here.
    • There were even matchbooks with the name of the bride and groom embossed sitting at every table.
    • He had plenty of matchbooks and the like back at his place.