Translation of cutting in Spanish:


recorte, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈkʌtɪŋ//ˈkədɪŋ/


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    • 1.1British (from newspaper)

      recorte masculine
      • There are in the bundles before us many other reports from various organisations, letters to and from the British Embassy and newspaper cuttings all of which helps us to form a reliable picture of what is happening and is likely to happen.
      • Always try to corroborate with medals, newspaper cuttings and letters.
      • Nephew Jack's third letter again had me delving deep into my drawer full of old newspaper cuttings, and after a quick rummage around I found just what I was looking for.
      • When her house was searched last year, a map of his home town plus pictures and newspaper cuttings were found.
      • I read the newspaper reports and keep cuttings.
      • I need dates, team names or players names, copies of old fixtures or league tables, trophies, newspaper cuttings, and would like to hear from players from those very early years.
      • She suddenly produced a cutting from a newspaper article and slammed it down on the desk in front of Patrick.
      • I included cuttings from newspapers, drafts of my poems and other written work, sketches and small paintings that I had no other home for.
      • Sergeant Bentley's family have kept an archive of his possessions and newspaper cuttings.
      • The website has gathered together a wealth of archive material including photographs, recordings and newspaper cuttings from key strikes and campaigns.
      • I show him his ‘girlfriends file’ from the archive, a selection of newspaper cuttings linking him to various women.
      • Among the items on display will be old photographs, documents, newspaper cuttings, reports and children's work on the history of their school.
      • One of her favourite hobbies was collecting cuttings from local newspapers about happenings and events in which her family were involved.
      • The following newspaper cuttings are, in my view, particularly relevant.
      • She drew my attention to a recent wreck dive in the Firth of Forth and enclosed lurid Scottish newspaper cuttings about it.
      • And in her front room every inch of wall space was plastered with album covers, clocks, pictures, newspaper cuttings and a large Ziggy Stardust mirror.
      • Mixed with newspaper and magazine cuttings of photos and articles about the actress were real photos, taken by Brett or someone he knew, of Carla at various times in her life.
      • The videos and newspaper cuttings will be replayed and pored over again and again, the talk after the match will be of those players who made it happen.
      • Ever since we first published the book we have been busy compiling a file of local news, newspaper cuttings and potential updates.
      • There are occasional placards and newspaper cuttings, too, which would benefit from basic translation for an English-speaking audience.

    • 1.2(from plant)

      esqueje masculine
      gajo masculine River Plate
      pie masculine Colombia
      patilla feminine Chile
      • Horticulturists at the facility have repeatedly failed to propagate the plant by cuttings or grafts.
      • The usual method of propagation is by leaf cuttings during the spring.
      • There are two different ways to do hardwood cuttings of deciduous plants.
      • Homeowners may have success propagating clematis by cuttings or layering.
      • For example, many cultivated plants are deliberately propagated asexually by cuttings or grafting, so that one particular variety may be maintained.
      • To keep my sorrel patch producing at peak capacity, I start new plants from section cuttings every few years.
      • The taller plants produced from early cuttings also have a bad habit of losing their lower leaves.
      • About six weeks before the last frost you can take cuttings from the plants.
      • Raise new plants from seeds or cuttings, and by layering, and provide support with trellises, pergolas and other structures.
      • Perennial varieties may be propagated by tip cuttings, layering or division.
      • For the rosarian, this may occur during greenhouse propagation of rose cuttings.
      • As described above, multiple replicates of host material were made by propagating cuttings of each plant.
      • You can start some herbs, such as thyme, mint and rosemary, from cuttings or from young plants you buy at a florist or greenhouse.
      • Alternatively, bring the plant back inside to grow as a houseplant, or root a few cuttings to start new plants indoors over the winter.
      • Propagating plants from cuttings is even cheaper.
      • This is that time of year when we take cuttings of our beloved plants.
      • If you like to experiment, you can make your own cuttings from outdoor plants during the summer.
      • Take several cuttings to allow for a percentage of failure and trim the leaves from the lower half of each cutting.
      • Jostaberries are easily propagated by hardwood stem cuttings.
      • Not everyone has enough room or light to accommodate cuttings from favorite tender plants from year to year.

  • 2British

    (for road, railway)
    zanja feminine
  • 3

    Television Radio Cinema
    montaje masculine
    edición feminine


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    (blade/tool) cortante
    the cutting edge el filo
    • at the cutting edge of technology a la vanguardia de la tecnología
    • He said faults could be seen between Gonubie and East London in the road cuttings, ‘but there is no great movement on them’.
    • The money, which will be allocated over two years, will also provide viewpoints of canal cuttings and mooring points to encourage people on narrowboats to stop off in Hyndburn.
    • While the broad gauge may have had some advantages, these were offset by its extra expense - wider tunnels, cuttings, bridges and embankments, and the extra land required.
    • He also marvels at the massive viaducts, deep cuttings and the 1,631-yard Thurstonland Tunnel.
    • The numerous quarry, drain and road cuttings within the barriers have provided the opportunity to sample the best preserved sections from relatively deep, large-scale outcrops.
    • The lines, characterised by deep cuttings, high embankments, tunnels and viaducts, were known by locomotive crews as the Alpine Route.
    • The road cutting would become the most prominent monument within the World Heritage site.
    • Vince says the road cuttings on the way up to the Stratford Plateau, show evidence of at least 20 bigger eruptions.
    • He also has about 30 cubic meters of shale blocks, carefully moved from harm's way when the road cutting was enlarged in 1999, under shelter in his back garden.
    • The track continues, very flat, between mature woodland and steep cuttings, with open views across the river at intervals.
    • Therefore, the response of the mass to a change in loading, for example to a cutting being excavated or a tunnel being driven, may well be determined by the way in which blocks of intact rock move and slide over each other.
    • For some weeks, the Lismore City Council has been upgrading the cutting on Koonorigan Road, Koonorigan.
    • The A303 road improvement scheme would leave two thirds of the World Heritage Site divided by dual carriageways and deep tunnel cuttings.
    • Also in April, the French exploded mines under the German position held at Hill 60-in fact, a mound created from the rubbish cleared when a railway cutting was made.
    • The arrangements shall be made in respect of all earthworks including excavations whether for pipe trenches, foundations or cuttings.
    • Sample sites are located within recent quarry exposures, drainage and road cuttings.
    • At the Qing Yin power station section, the lower half of the basalt sequence (six flows) is continuously exposed in a river course and adjacent road cuttings.
    • The road surface has disintegrated with the volume of heavy construction traffic on it and cuttings in the road put there when services for the project were being connected.
    • These beautiful fish have been found in railway cuttings, brick pits and building sites across Sydney, particularly back in the days when excavations were done mostly by hand.
    • As you can see in the photo above there are indeed railway cuttings in the area (these are on the Thameslink line) but there's no actual road bearing their name.
  • 2

    (wind) cortante
  • 3

    (remark) hiriente