Translation of eyepatch in Spanish:

eyepatch

parche, n.

Pronunciation /ˈaɪˌpætʃ//ˈʌɪpatʃ/

noun

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    parche masculine
    he wore an eyepatch llevaba un parche en el ojo
    • His medical eyepatch had been replaced with a more fun looking one, a black one with the hammer and sickle.
    • On Sunday, the flags and fireworks were replaced with eyepatches and parrots, as hundreds of pirates arrived for a picnic.
    • His most distinguishing feature, however, was a black eyepatch that crossed his forehead and covered his left eye.
    • My solution is this: I'm going to start wearing an eyepatch.
    • One of three siblings, her childhood was plagued by illnesses which left her with double vision and an eyepatch, and prone to hallucinations and visions.
    • He wore an eyepatch over the left eye and a scar was visible on his left cheek.
    • Dickerson finally returned, ten minutes later, sporting an eyepatch and a Band-Aid.
    • Later, at the moment when everything is admiration, Sammy removes his eyepatch and sends it flying into the crowd.
    • Red watched as a short, stocky woman walked over, one of her eyes obscured by an eyepatch.
    • I can see Alexander's broken face look out the window, away from me as he pulls on an eyepatch over his mishapened eye.
    • The obvious leader of the group was a tall male with an eyepatch, holding a gleaming long sword.
    • Will he take to wearing an eyepatch like a pirate?
    • He paused to lift his eyepatch and stare at the politician with both good eye and bad.
    • One had an eyepatch, his other eye reddened and bloodshot, tired looking, as if he wanted to go home to his wife and take a bath.
    • On the far wall there was a painting of a gargantuan man wearing a black eyepatch.
    • His left eye was covered with a black eyepatch, giving him a roguish look.
    • ‘A friend of mine had an eyepatch because his eye swelled up after cutting some onions,’ he offers, by way of explanation.
    • He is piratical in appearance (he lost an eye in a road accident when driving in the UK to visit the artist Peter Blake) and wears a black eyepatch.
    • Maybe I should shave my head and wear an eyepatch.