Translation of cooler in Spanish:


refrigerador, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkulər//ˈkuːlə/


  • 1

    (container, device)
    refrigerador masculine
    • Kansas City did not allow coolers or bags larger than a woman's purse.
    • We'd need new ways to get product from the washing areas to the coolers if they were not nearly joined to the existing ones.
    • Place coolers in the coolest part of your air-conditioned car, rather than the trunk.
    • Commercial breweries, coolers, and freezers have been using these systems successfully for decades.
    • Some products are stored in the main cooler, while others are routed to the truck bay for shipping.
    • The fun began mid-morning when our extended family began to arrive with food, coolers and lawn furniture.
    • His cheeks and his fingers were a little red, a little chapped from time spent in freezers and coolers.
    • Some ideas can be cooking supplies, coolers for foods and beverages, sleeping bags, replacement tents or repair kits for them.
    • There is a set of scales with weights, a rolling pin, a round spice tin, a wooden potato masher, and a butter cooler.
    • If you are transporting wine by car for more than a few hours, you may want to look into a small cooler or other method to keep the bottles out of the sun and heat.
    • Darius walked to the backside of the store where numerous coolers were set into the wall.
    • The only people hurt by coolers are food vendors.
    • He entered the small shop, and made his way quickly through the air-conditioned building to the back, where the coolers were located.
    • My ideal fridge would be like the cooler in a grocery store - as you take one item, it's immediately restocked by some unseen figure in the back.
    • Both the cooling warehouse and cooler have localized cooling with fans installed in the ceiling.
    • These nine-packs are stacked three packs to a crate and sent off to the cooler for sorting, storage and shipment.
    • If you're handy, you can build your own cooler with an old air-conditioner.
    • ‘Yeah so anyway, we also got a couple of coolers to put our food and drinks in,’ I added.
    • Purchases included a refrigerated truck, walk-in coolers, a commercial-grade salad spinner and other equipment.
    • If power outages typically only last a couple of hours, then powering the walk-in cooler and freezer will probably not be necessary.
    • A small cooler can keep most foods cold when traveling in a car.
    • Rangers also patrol the campgrounds daily to make sure all food, coolers, and cooking items are kept locked up in a car or bearproof container.
    • It turns out that the party was on you because one of the employees had pilfered a couple of cases of beer from the walk-in cooler at your restaurant.
    • Bags are being packed, sleeping bags aired out and coolers stocked in anticipation of the season that beckons.
    • Fans were prohibited from bringing items such as camcorders, beach balls, frisbees, containers of any type, coolers, bottles, cans, cameras, binocular cases and horns.
    • The business invests tens of thousands of dollars each year in new trucks, bottle coolers, manufacturing equipment, and computers.
    • Several assistants were putting bottles of beer into coolers by the bar and pouring buckets of crushed ice over them.
    • The plant houses two storage coolers, including a 30,000-square-foot addition that went on-line in 1997.
    • She now takes charge of setting up three refrigerated coolers.
    • Some passengers came aboard with coolers and bags of food, but we preferred the experience of the dining car.
    • As car parks closed and coolers and backpacks were banned at baseball games, it became clear to Americans that their freedom of movement would never be the same again.
    • Even the coolers and plastic ice packs were selling fast.
    • I made my way back to my seat, left the food on the tray table that drops down from the back of the seat in front of mine and then went to the beverage cooler for a bottle of water.
    • Not a sound was heard from the soft drink and hot dog vendors on the streets; they had packed their coolers and wheeled away their carts.
    • Lots and lots of people pull frozen dinners or homemade meals from their coolers.
    • But this year I didn't want to wrestle with plastic garbage bags and coolers and bags of ice.
  • 2slang

    in the cooler (in jail) a la sombra informal
    • They get caught and are sent back to the cooler.
    • They are sent to the cooler for 20 days.