Traducción de towel en Español:

towel

toalla, n.

Pronunciación /ˈtaʊ(ə)l//ˈtaʊəl/

nombre

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    toalla femenino
    before noun towel bar / (British) rail (de barra) toallero masculino
    • She grabbed brown paper towels from her desk and started wiping off Ellen's dress.
    • Use a dust pan and brush for the larger pieces, damp paper towels or cloths for smaller slivers.
    • Piece by piece they were trying to clean the pocketbooks with paper towels.
    • If water beads up around your fingertip when you press on the paper towel, the towel is too wet.
    • She turned around to pick up the paper towels and wipe it off.
    • I pulled a few paper towels from the dispenser and proceeded to wipe down the bench.
    • Use your bath towels and wash cloths only once, and then wash them.
    • She suddenly felt a thick wad of paper towels shoved into her hand.
    • To add a sheen, polish the eggs with a paper towel or cloth wetted with vegetable oil.
    • Using a dry cloth or paper towel to wipe the surface dry prevents streaking.
    • Having plenty of paper towels or cut pieces of old cloth towels near the buckets helps with the hand-drying process.
    • The bell finally rang and Kate stood up from the floor wiping her eyes and blowing her nose with paper towels.
    • After doing several areas, dry off excess moisture with soft absorbent cloths or towels, which can be laundered and reused.
    • Flat leaves work best: If necessary, press them between paper towels in a thick book a few days before using.
    • For this you'll use a very little colour and you'll fill the brush with paint and then wipe most of it off on a paper towel.
    • Dab out excess water on a paper towel and twist sponge as you apply the color to the page.
    • Wipe windows with lintless cloth, paper towels or crumpled newspapers.
    • Wipe down work surfaces with paper towels or disposable cloths.
    • She wiped up the beer with paper towels, swept the dirt out onto the porch.
    • With the final paper towels, we wiped the floor clean one last time.

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    secar con toalla
    to towel sb/oneself down / off secar a algn/secarse con una toalla
    • he toweled himself dry se secó con una toalla
    • He began pressing various keys on the console whilst Drake towelled himself off and walked over to the controls.
    • I came home, towelled myself dry, and sat close by my big kitchen radiator sipping a large mug of steaming hot coffee in an attempt to get warm.
    • She regretfully stepped out of the tub and towelled herself dry, winding the towel around her shoulder-length chestnut hair last.
    • Scott turned off the water, which had started to get cold anyway, and started to towel off.
    • When he stepped out of the shower and started to towel off, he heard Jim hang up the phone.
    • Her hair was still wet but she had toweled it off, soaking up the excess rainwater.
    • After she towelled herself dry, Lori helped her set her hair in curlers.
    • I tried to help her out a bit by drying her off with a hand towel, but she wasn't too interested (few cats like to be towelled off in my experience).
    • He smiled and forced himself to look away as he began to towel himself dry.
    • I should finish towelling my hands at this line, not that one.
    • She smiled to herself as she stepped out of the shower and began to towel off.
    • She wiped off any lingering raindrops on her face, toweling her hair and dress lightly, and placing her handbag next to her coat on the floor.
    • I yelled as the freezing water soaked me, and I hastily scrambled out, toweling myself dry.
    • Rain was sweeping in on the stage, and he got soaked, but he just towelled himself down.
    • It felt strangely comforting to towel off and put my worn, old, casual clothes on.
    • So this most compulsive of fiddlers will hope to continue tying and re-tying his laces and towelling his face well into the final week.
    • Once I had stopped shaking from the temperature change I began to towel myself off.
    • The two headed to their sides of the arena to towel off and take long drinks from canteens of flavored water.
    • The pair then jog back up to the beach, and - without even towelling themselves down - jump straight into the cabin of their vehicle.