Translation of cabinet in Spanish:


armario, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkæb(ə)nət//ˈkabɪnɪt/


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    armario masculine
    (with glass doors) vitrina feminine
    bathroom cabinet botiquín del cuarto de baño masculine
    • TV cabinet mueble de la televisión
    • hi-fi cabinet mueble del equipo de alta fidelidad
    • One cabinet with glass doors displayed relics from other lands and other times, fascinating trinkets.
    • A housekeeper polishes a glass cabinet displaying delicate mementos from Norway and New Zealand.
    • The blast smashed the windows of the store and of the apartment above it, and damaged glass cabinets in the store and the metal door to the storage room.
    • The huge old kitchen was rife with cabinets and cubbies, drawers and cupboards, shelves and pie-safes, and each one had been crammed full.
    • Glass cabinets display artefacts, documents, uniforms and photographs - most of the signage was in Japanese, though an English guidebook is available.
    • There were file cabinets scattered in all sides of the room, and also drawers, cabinets, and tall shelves.
    • At the bottom of the stairs there was a cabinet with a cupboard underneath and a mirror on top of it.
    • She was on her own in a large room filled with desks and glass cabinets on the wall full of unpleasant looking things in jars and bottles.
    • Here are photographs of a family elder on display in a glass cabinet.
    • They went through cabinets, shelves and drawers, pulling out professional looking documents and files.
    • It is now on display in a glass cabinet in the Basilica itself.
    • They kept their treasures in albums or collector boxes and stored them in cabinets and drawers.
    • All the pots and pans, dishes and cups, and utensils were stored inside the drawers and cabinets in the kitchen.
    • Tasty and attractively-presented food is displayed in glass fronted cabinets.
    • The weapons were stored in various cabinets behind glass and the rest was open space.
    • These then are displayed in white glass cabinets.
    • These were in all shapes and sizes, colours and textures, and she had them stored in a custom-made cabinet, drawer upon drawer of them.
    • Have a think about the things in your cupboards and bathroom cabinets, and tell me this: Do you always buy the same kind of toothpaste?
    • Shelves and cabinets and glass houses held a countless array of arms and equipment.
    • The walls were lined with racks and shelves and cupboards and cabinets holding an assortment of equipment in organized rows.
  • 2also Cabinet

    (in government)
    gabinete (ministerial) masculine