Translation of lining in Spanish:


forro, n.

Pronunciation /ˈlaɪnɪŋ//ˈlʌɪnɪŋ/


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    (of clothes, suitcase) forro masculine
    (of brakes) forro masculine
    (of brakes) guarnición feminine
    Technology revestimiento masculine
    • An invading virus can damage the lining of the small intestine, disrupting fluid and nutrient absorption.
    • The acceleration strips the lining of the artery away faster than it can be replenished.
    • Meningitis is an inflammation of the covering or lining around the spinal cord and brain.
    • He was wearing a blue duffel coat with fur around the hood and an orange lining.
    • In recent articles, two terrific writers whose work has graced this paper have seen silver linings in the recall movement that just plain aren't there.
    • He has more than 30 years experience in the industry and offers customers a lot more than just curtain linings.
    • He can come to your home, do a measure and quote, and help you decide on the best curtains and linings to suit your home.
    • The designs have all kinds of sweet details, like patterned linings, brightly colored frills, mohair trims, and satin ribbons.
    • Lipid surface linings have also a key role of preventing contact formation, thus sustaining the membrane integrity by virtue of repulsive interactions between hydrated headgroups.
    • The blastocyst forms into a hollow ball that implants itself in the uterine lining.
    • The inner lining of the uterus is called the endometrium.
    • As the egg develops it produces estrogen which causes the lining of the uterus to grow.
    • I have an 1880's silk pieced quilt top with a beautiful graphical tumbling blocks pattern in a lot of dark and jewel colors (probably bits of suit linings and ties originally).
    • Outer fabric, interfacings, linings, shoulder pads, and finishes all react differently when washed.
    • Several trimming companies recently became members, offering goods such as linings, interlinings, buttons, zippers and lace, etc.
    • Another factor that can contribute to comfort is the ergonomically formed linings.
    • This method is also utilized in a tandoor and in old-fashioned bread ovens, whose linings take up heat from fires lit inside, and radiate it back to the food being cooked.
    • This page sells the suits in a choice of fabrics and linings, but they're pretty expensive.
    • But they were flat, waterproof, lightweight and, since you could pad them out with all manner of foot-beds and linings, very, very warm.
    • The intestinal epithelial lining serves as a physical barrier that separates and maintains distinctive luminal and subepithelial compartments.
    • The uranium tailings damage the lining of the lung and increase the risk of developing cancer when breathed in.
    • Jackets in felt and printed denim have unfinished and reversed seams with bright red linings for men.
    • A symptom of this cardiovascular disease is the formation of plaques on the internal linings of blood vessels.
    • Nicotine is absorbed through the skin and mucosal lining of the mouth and nose or by inhalation in the lungs.
    • Laxatives irritate the lining of the intestines, thus causing muscular contractions.
    • Endometrial cancer is related to overgrowth of the endometrium, or uterine lining.
    • Most stomach cancers form a tumour or an ulcer in the inner lining of the stomach.
    • Materials like silver kid and alligator with velvet or crushed velvet linings add luxury touches to grown up footwear.
    • He helped to design this holster by asking for a hammer extension to protect the inside lining of his coat.
    • Normally single layers are used; however, for certain applications such as pump linings and wear areas a second layer of surfacing is applied.
    • The barium temporarily coats the lining of your colon.
    • The denims were cut so short that the pocket linings were hanging out in the open and gently wafting on the breeze.
    • All her life her mother had kept the front door key of their house tucked inside the lining of her dress.
    • It is a specialist cotton and polycotton weaving firm which makes shirts, coat linings and raincoats for major fashion labels.
    • Colourful patchwork elements will be a feature of many bags that also have contrast linings.
    • And she has to take anticonvulsants to control her seizures and antacids because her stomach lining is damaged.
    • The firm, one of Europe's leading suppliers of curtain linings, has 3,000 customers and 20 agents worldwide.
    • These could include coat trimmings, linings in boots and gloves, soft toys and pom poms.
    • Those that arise from surface linings of organs are the commonest group and are called carcinomas.