Hay 3 traducciones principales de rake en Español

: rake1rake2rake3

rake1

rastrillo, n.

Pronunciación /reɪk//reɪk/

nombre

  • 1

    (garden tool)
    rastrillo masculino
    • The rake or dethatcher will create shallow grooves in the soil which will catch the new grass seed that you spread.
    • Before planting, loosen the soil with a rake or hoe.
    • The rest bring their own pruning saws, chainsaws, rakes, trimmers, blowers and whatever else is needed and do the work that is set out in the yearly planner.
    • With a fine-toothed hacksaw, cut off as many tines as needed for the rake to fit between your plants.
    • But it comes away pretty easily if you go at them with a sturdy rake.
    • We get up at 6.30 am and head out to the beach with our wheelbarrows, shovels, rakes, machete and rubbish bags.
    • Moving the soil surface with a rake in winter will expose many slugs and their eggs to frost damage.
    • However, I did read somewhere that you can rip up the dead grass, with a metal rake, and reseed.
    • Also she has three vacuum cleaners, two lawnmowers, four rakes, eight sacks of topsoil, a pile of gravel up against the garage door, and a garage full of things.
    • To prepare a surface for planting, use a flat-head rake to clear away pebbles and other debris and to smooth out terrain.
    • She runs down the aisle and looks at the rakes and gardening supplies.
    • Work in small sections, and then remove the debris with a rake.
    • Mix a 2-to 3-inch layer of organic mulch into the soil, then level the planting area with a rake.
    • Having shovels, rakes, wheelbarrows, quality seeds, and so on made their life a good bit easier than it would have been otherwise, but it was hardly comfortable.
    • Use a tarp to collect trimmings or a rake to clean up afterward.
    • The hardware stores sold spades, forks, rakes and all sorts of farming implements.
    • Loosen the soil with a rake to aerate it and remove any weeds and small stones.
    • A spring tine or garden rake is all that is needed for the job but allow a good amount of time, especially if the lawn is large.
    • Occasionally she needs to touch up the rake with a little extra glue, but that's less expensive than purchasing a new rake.
    • Richard went around to the back to get a rake and wheelbarrow.
  • 2Britanico

    (act, process)
    rastrillado masculino
    to give the lawn a quick rake pasar el rastrillo por el césped
  • 3

    (in casino)
    rastrillo masculino
    raqueta femenino
  • 4

    (for ashes)
    rastrillo masculino
    hurgón masculino

verbo transitivo

  • 1

    • 1.1

      (leaves) recoger con un rastrillo
      (leaves) rastrillar
      (cinders) remover con un rastrillo
      (cinders) rastrillar
      • If possible create an alternative hedgehog home by placing some boxes in the surrounding area or raking up grass cuttings or autumn leaves into a pile a safe distance from the fire.
      • Zack and I went home and spent the morning doing yardwork, raking up the wet leaves that littered our backyard, and the afternoon running errands and grocery shopping.
      • We spent several hours this morning raking up the leaves and sawing up the fallen trees in our yard.
      • I tumbled into the pile of dry leaves that my father was raking up in the yard of our small suburban house.
      • You can help control it by raking up and disposing of the fallen leaves in autumn.
      • Jeff found Adam in front of his house, raking up autumn leaves.
      • But if you try and use it for raking up the leaves, you'll just make a mess of the garden.
      • He could see Kevin David out in the back garden, raking up the leaves, which was usually his parting gesture.
      • He turned around and continued raking together a heap of dried winter leaves on the lawn.
      • That is why good sanitation begins with raking up apple leaves in the fall to either compost or bury deep in the woods.
      • Also, raking up and destroying dropped fruit will diminish these pests over time.
      • Begin raking up autumn leaves from lawns and pathways.
      • Jogging, walking, swimming, even dancing or a half-day spent raking leaves and hoeing weeds are suggested.
      • Nowadays, women think that they cannot so much as rake a few leaves without adorning themselves in a pair of pants.
      • I bought it on Friday, imagining that we'd spend the weekend raking up leaves together in the warm winter sunshine.
      • Today I was driving up to the grocery store when I saw him raking leaves on a property he owns up the street.
      • If there are deciduous trees in the picture-perfect expanse, their leaves will be raked, gathered, and disposed of at the curb.
      • So I have four more blinds to hang, 32 more admissions files to read, and a yard full of leaves that cannot be raked today because it is already dark out.
      • It includes nonsense about not raking up lawn clippings, using fluorescent light bulbs and getting your old clunker of a car tuned more often.
      • I began raking up the leaves and branches I'd trimmed, and clearing out a lot of debris that had collected in and around the branchy bush.

    • 1.2(level, smooth)

      (garden/soil) rastrillar
      • ‘When we filled the hole we overfilled it to allow for settlement and since then have raked over the ground in the past year to level it out,’ he added.

  • 2

    (sweep)
    barrer
    they raked the enemy positions with their machine guns pasearon las ametralladoras sobre las posiciones enemigas

verbo intransitivo

to rake through

  • 1

    (search)
    revolver entre
    • He's raking through the bins searching for anything recyclable to put in his already bulging trolley.
    • He placed his bag down on the dark ground and began to rake through it.

Hay 3 traducciones principales de rake en Español

: rake1rake2rake3

rake2

estar inclinado, v.

Pronunciación /reɪk//reɪk/

verbo intransitivo

  • 1

    (slope)
    estar inclinado
  • 2

    Marina
    caer

nombre

  • 1

    (incline)
    (of stage, seat) inclinación femenino
    (of mast) caída femenino

Hay 3 traducciones principales de rake en Español

: rake1rake2rake3

rake3

vividor, n.

Pronunciación /reɪk//reɪk/

nombre

  • 1

    (man)
    vividor masculino
    calavera masculino
    • Affable, intelligent, and a talented general, the regent was also a libertine and a rake who had fallen foul of the starchy atmosphere of Versailles during Louis XIV's twilight years.
    • By mid-century, reformers adopted a belief in the future which had previously belonged to speculators, rakes and gamblers - those sinners, in other words, who had always been consigned to the devil.
    • Yet Orléans deserves to be remembered as something more than a rake.
    • His glacially cold mother despised family life and soon turned her back on her son, while his father was one of the most legendary rakes of Louis XV's reign.
    • His brother, after living the dissolute life of a rake, had fled England at the end of the war to escape his debts.
    • Willoughby is a rake, seducing women without thinking of either their feelings or the consequences of his actions.
    • A female fell for a handsome rake who had already been spoken for; both the girls cuddled up to him, one on either side, hurling accusations over his head.
    • The picture centered on a rake's efforts to seduce an innocent but very candid young woman.
    • Ed Stoppard makes Harry a benevolent rake who throws himself at the absurdly coquettish widow for the sake of her £50,000.
    • Perhaps more surprisingly, Lucio, the rake and libertine, also sees the value of chastity.
    • Other characters include Hellena, Florinda's sister, and Willmore, a young rake who falls in love with her.