Traducción de tuck en Español:


jareta, n.

Pronunciación /tʌk//tək/


  • 1

    (fold, pleat)
    jareta femenino
    alforza femenino Cono Sur
    pliegue masculino
    to put a tuck in a skirt hacerle una jareta a una falda
    • For formal occasions they wear a long shirt, often decorated with tucks and embroidery, over a dressy wrap, shoes, and a hat.
    • A stitched-slit tuck for the fabric back strap gives the cap a clean look.
    • Small tucks or soft gathers can accomplish the same thing.
    • Mild Red stayed true to its trademark of uneven necklines and hemlines, idiosyncratic tucks and darting and the mixed media of wools and wovens
    • The idea is to complement a window's architectural style with innovative folds, fanciful tucks, or simple pleats set one behind the other.
    • If this creates excess tissue in the front neckline, tuck it out across the upper-bust, tapering the tuck to nothing at the armhole seam.
    • Fold the pintucked and embellished yardage along the center back tuck and cut out the garment back, aligning the tuck with the foldline placement.
    • Gathers, pleats and soft tucks are preferable to dart shaping.
    • Non-Brahman women wear a shorter sari, without the tuck.
    • Wrong sides together, pin all darts, tucks and seams as you did in the tissue, placing pins accurately along the stitching lines.
    • There were tucks and folds and frills and bows and lace and rhinestones and embroidery and ribbons all over it.
    • Avoid surface manipulations such as gathers, pleats, tucks and darts.
    • Her eyes drifted to two of the freewomen with their long braided hair and brightly colored gowns with intricate tucks and folds draping in soft folds about them.
    • Men generally wear trousers and sport shirts or guayaberas - dress shirts with decorative tucks worn outside the belt in place of a jacket.
    • If the sleeve had pleats or tucks for shaping over the cap, you have marked those lines in Step 2.
    • Stitch tucks before measuring and cutting the fabric length.
  • 2Britanicocoloquial

    (snack food)
    (feminine plural) golosinas
    • It would be better to provide more education on dental health in schools and to scrap school tuck shops that encourage unhealthy snacks.
    • The tuck shop didn't open in the morning, only at lunchtime.
    • The Nutrition in Schools Bill, expected to be published within weeks, will give ministers powers to ban unhealthy foods from school tuck shops and canteens.
    • Children can buy a 10p tuck shop fruit token from teachers, and the council is providing fruit twice a week to children receiving free school meals.
    • The tuck shop is run by our senior management team, and staffed by them and other teacher and prefect volunteers.
    • All I was saying was that school tuck shops shouldn't be undermining choices parents make for their own children.
    • Across the country, 500 schools will pioneer ideas including healthy-eating tuck shops and improvements to the nutritional content of meals.
    • Schools should introduce a blanket ban on all unhealthy foods and control stock in tuck shops.
    • If a teacher wanted to come and work here, there's also healthy food in the tuck shop, like apples and yoghurts.
    • Attendance is free of charge, but children need to bring their own lunch or buy it from the centre's tuck shop.
    • During the week there was a poster contest, a healthy food cook-off, and deliciously healthy snacks in the school tuck shop.
    • The tuck shop, coffee bar and, as the evening cooled, the licensed bar proved very popular.
    • One friend was so relieved that all her O-level exams were finished that she went to the school tuck shop, bought 12 caramel wafers and proceeded to eat them all, one after the other.
    • Thousands of free apples and oranges will be handed out each day as the government urges in-school tuck shops to serve healthier snacks.
    • The projects being piloted in 500 schools across the country include a crackdown on unhealthy foods in school tuck shops and vending machines.
    • One idea they are already keen to push is to work with schools to develop food policies, run healthy tuck shops and teach both pupils and staff more about how to eat a healthy balanced diet.
    • Edinburgh primary schools, for instance, have subsidised tuck shops selling fruit instead of crisps and chocolate.
    • Great ideas for tuck shop replacement include fruit cones, fruit kebabs, plain popcorn, fruit flapjack and smoothies.
    • Its flavour brought back memories of my education and the school tuck shop!
    • The new cards will also be used as ‘electronic purses’, meaning that money may be loaded and stored on the card and used in school canteens and cashless tuck shops.

verbo transitivo

  • 1

    he tucked the blanket firmly under the mattress metió bien la manta debajo del colchón
    • it looks better tucked into your skirt queda mejor por dentro (de la falda)
    • she tucked the magazine under her arm se colocó la revista debajo del brazo
    • he tucked the letter into his pocket se metió la carta en el bolsillo
    • she sat with one leg tucked under her estaba sentada sobre una pierna
  • 2

    (person) arropar
    she tucked him into bed lo arropó bien en la cama
  • 3

    hacerle jaretas a
    hacerle alforzas a Cono Sur
    alforzar Cono Sur

verbo intransitivo

  • 1

    the blouse tucks into the skirt la blusa va / se lleva por dentro (de la falda)