Translation of folio in Spanish:


pliego, n.

Pronunciation /ˈfəʊlɪəʊ//ˈfoʊliˌoʊ/

nounPlural folios

  • 1

    pliego masculine
    • Certain illuminations from his Book of Hours condemn the duke's enemies, the most striking example being a folio accompanying the Vigils of the Dead.
    • The five volumes consisted of an octavo of 786 pages of descriptive matter and four imperial folios containing 213 plates.
    • Eighty-seven folios of the Book of Animals (about one-tenth of the original text by al-Jahiz) are preserved in the Ambrosiana Library in Milan.
    • The action continues on the facing folio, another full-page miniature, this time divided into two registers.
    • Today it has been pulled apart, the folios bound to a cardboard binder.
    • The Khamsa is part of it, complete but for eight folios that had been torn out earlier and were bequeathed to the Met in 1913.
    • The oldest item is a double folio of exquisite calligraphy from a 14th Century Quran of uncertain provenance - Turkish perhaps or Central Asian.
    • The folios will debut at Artexpo New York along with a limited-edition giclee print of ‘Moon Rider.’
    • Do I find in the appeal book the folio which is said to record the estate or interests of the appellant?
    • These reports are typed on huge folio pages with numerous data categories.
    • ‘Restored and put under glass, the folios could be gingerly handled, and it was possible to photograph all the pages,’ he said.
    • What made him pen this immense book (382 folio pages in the original Turkish) and how on earth did he find the time?
    • Each leaf or folio has two pages and these were normally marked out for the text and any illumination by a process of pricking and ruling using a variety of instruments.
  • 2

    (numbered leaf)
    folio masculine
    • The commentary on verse 1 of Romans just cited from folio 8 of the Soane manuscript reappears with minor changes in the printed edition of 1542.
    • The combination of second-person speech and frontal gaze of the princess on folio 3v indicates to him that the book was expressly produced for her young foreign eyes.
    • In folio 145, he described, for the first time, in medical history, a haemorrhagic disease transmitted by unaffected women to their male children - today we call it haemophilia.
    • The specific piece of evidence is an entry given within the book, on the front of folio 327, dating from 1635.
    • The earlier set of ordinances are on folios 17-19, the original custumal on ff.20-49, and the later set of ordinances on ff.74-77.
    • At folio 23, your Honour, the date is 26 February.
  • 3

    libro en folio masculine
    infolio masculine
    • He'd known that - hence the plan to skip off to Bali once the folio was completed.
    • One theological work consists of five folio volumes in Spanish.
    • Pages printed on one or both sides, gathered into quires or folios, superceded papyrus and parchment rolls in the fourth century CE.
    • She dedicated her lavish folio volume, in large print, to her brother-in-law, Sir Charles Cavendish, in gratitude.
    • The entries of Shakespearian texts in the Stationers' Register chronicle the publishing fortunes of his poems, individual plays, and the four folios from the 1590s to the Restoration.
    • The whole document fills two massive folios in the only printed edition of the Latin text that has ever been published, in 1783.
    • With the turning pages of his folios and albums, the 98-year-old's life pours out in torrents, just like the many rivers he has captured on film.
    • For these four folio volumes of patient industry, Gould received the princely sum of $50!
    • Wesley dropped the big folio book he was carrying on to the table and went to me.
    • The desktop itself was lost beneath teetering stacks of leather-bound volumes and slim folios that formed a parapet around the edges of the desk.
    • Up to now it is more than a hundred folios of manuscript.
    • Johnson's magnum opus was published in two folio volumes in 1755.
    • Only once before, in the 1616 Jonson folio, had an English dramatist's plays appeared in collected form.
    • I have completed it and it has filled around fifty folios.
    • In fact, each photo is so engaging that I wished at times that the book form was replaced by a folio.
    • Kalpesh Lathigra's photojournalistic folios are worth the visit.
    • Shakespearian textual critics are primarily interested in the nature of the lost manuscripts that served as printers' copy for the early quartos and folios.
    • So it was that on 15 April, 1755, the two huge folio volumes went on sale for four pounds and ten shillings a set.
    • The prints were published in the Cabinet du Roi, a series of folio volumes with illustrations of the artistic and scientific triumphs of the reign.
    • Even their presentation, in imposing folio volumes, reflects the gravity of their intent.