Translation of cling film in Spanish:

cling film

film adherente, n.

Pronunciation /ˈklɪŋ fɪlm//ˈklɪŋ ˌfɪlm/

noun

British

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    film adherente masculine
    (para envolver alimentos) película adherente feminine
    Egapac masculine Mexico trademark
    • His face is just a skull with a layer of skin as stretched and transparent as cling film.
    • They also found other quantities of the drug, some of which was wrapped in cling film giving it the appearance of being street deals.
    • Once I had been fully covered in the delicious-smelling concoction (apart from my feet and head), I was wrapped in cling film.
    • Officers also found electronic weighing scales, cling film, food bags and a further block of cocaine hidden under some tea towels.
    • Make sure you sprinkle a little sugar over the surface of the custard to prevent a skin forming, or press cling film on to the surface.
    • Two cakes wrapped in cling film were equally good.
    • Roll into a log, wrap in cling film and freeze for half an hour until firm (or refrigerate for one hour).
    • To help with the slicing, roll the sushi tightly in cling film and refrigerate.
    • Wrap the dough in grease proof paper or cling film and chill for about 30 minutes.
    • When they searched him they found 31 separate wraps of crack cocaine wrapped in cling film.
    • Replace the lid of the loaf, wrap in foil or cling film and leave in the fridge for a few hours.
    • Beat each slice of beef between layers of cling film until very thin.
    • She pulled the tin box from her pocket again and took out a brown lump carefully wrapped in cling film.
    • Knead lightly to a soft dough then wrap in cling film and chill for 30 minutes.
    • Whole Seville oranges can actually be wrapped in cling film and frozen for later use.
    • Cover the burn with a sterile dressing of non - fluffy material (not cotton wool), cling film, or a plastic bag.
    • Bottles, cans, batteries, tin foil, cling film, newspapers and cardboard are among the many items collected for recycling.
    • Don't knead, just pat it into shape, wrap in cling film or greaseproof paper and chill for about 30 minutes.
    • Push the dough into a ball with your hands then wrap it in cling film and let it rest in the fridge for half an hour or so.
    • Almost all the raincoats were transparent plastic and made from a variety of materials from cling film to film negatives.