Translation of plaque in Spanish:


placa, n.

Pronunciation: /plɑːk//plæk//plak/


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    placa feminine
    commemorative plaque placa conmemorativa feminine
    • The picture of his agile shot was published all round the globe and to this day there is a plaque marking the event near the base of the tree.
    • The ‘top shot, ‘as well as others who place in this event, will receive plaques.’
    • The Cincfleet Admiral took the salute and unveiled a plaque to commemorate the event.
    • The thieves made off with £60,000-worth of objects comprising three small cups, two miniature animal figures, a bowl, two small ornamental plaques and a small ritual cylinder.
    • There is a plaque on this wall commemorating the successful Stuart expedition as you can see at right.
    • Commemorative wall plaques and mugs in celebration of 150 years of St. Conleth's Church are available in the Parish Office.
    • For me, one of the principal charms of New York City is that it is home to some of the greatest jazz figures in history, who are commemorated with plaques, signs or street names in neighbourhoods where they lived.
    • A commemoration room in the service wing is to be created, where all the accumulated plaques and commemoration panels are to reside.
    • She says they have inventoried and documented the existing plaques and wood engravings which are to be moved to the temporary Memorial which will be placed next to the entrance of the cement stairs.
    • Specially commissioned carved wood plaques, made by Crookedwood Crafts in Abbeyleix, were presented to both the recipients along with framed certificates of achievement.
    • The kick off is at 2pm where a plaque to commemorate the event will be unveiled.
    • We sit in a café, drinking hot chocolate with an entire cow of cream on top, looking at the town festival guide and wondering why so many Germans carry walking sticks with those little metal place plaques nailed to them.
    • In a number of investigations authors have suggested and provided evidence for the adsorption of heavy metals onto the surface of iron plaques.
    • As a three-day ruling party congress ended at Victoria Falls, hooligans from Zanu-PF chiselled brass plaques commemorating the dead of two world wars from the cathedral's sanctuary.
    • Winners' plaques, bowling woods, cribbage boards and a railway engine name plate are among the items to go under the hammer at Kidson Trigg auctioneers, in Sevenhampton, Highworth, tomorrow.
    • Every buyer gets a certificate and plaques in the wood will show each tree's location.
    • At the time of the purchase a promise was made that on completion of planting the wood, a plaque showing the location of each tree and the name of the person it was to commemorate would be placed on the site.
    • On view are a plethora of objects out of Iranian cultural traditions, from intricate, handmade silk carpets, to metal pots and plaques, to books, illustrations and masterpiece calligraphy.
    • For £10 per tree, the donor's name will be inscribed on a plaque in the wood and also included in a time capsule to be buried there.
    • In addition to elaborate marquetry panels and inset porcelain plaques, much of this furniture was accented with bronze mounts.
    • The etiology of caries is a combination of elements: susceptible teeth, dental plaque, food and the length of time food remains in contact with the teeth.
    • Fermentation of sugars by plaque bacteria causes caries by decalcification and proteolysis of enamel and dentine
    • The milk or juice can pool in her mouth and cause tooth decay and plaque.
    • It occurs when bacterial plaque and food debris accumulate beneath the flap of gum covering the partially erupted tooth.
    • Pericoronitis - an infection of the soft tissue surrounding the tooth, caused by a build of plaque (a sticky white substance that contains bacteria).
    • Salivary bicarbonate can help protect teeth against attack from acids produced by bacteria in dental plaque.
    • You probably know that flossing removes plaque from between teeth and at the gum line, where periodontal disease often begins.
    • Most people have irregularities in their teeth where plaque can accumulate out of reach and harden into tartar.
    • So you should do it to remove plaque and bacteria.
    • Bacteria in plaque around teeth metabolize sugars rapidly, creating local areas of high acidity which erode tooth enamel.
    • When bacteria and food particles stick to saliva on the teeth, plaque forms.
    • Components of dental plaque are a bacterium known as Streptococcus mutans and to a lesser extent Lactobacilli.
    • Tooth decay is caused by the bacteria in dental plaque breaking down sugar in the foods and drinks that you eat and drink.
    • His bad breath is likely from the build-up of plaque on his teeth and bacteria on his tongue, as well as possibly from cavities.
    • This involves a thorough clean and polish of the teeth, to remove the sticky plaque that can build up.
    • Could the answer for dental plaque be a transplant, not of teeth but of genetically engineered bacteria?
    • Mechanical oral care involves removal of plaque by tooth brushing and/or rinsing of the oral cavity.
    • Dental floss removes plaque from between the teeth where the toothbrush cannot reach.
    • He noted that only a subset of bacteria tend to be dominant in dental plaque.
    • It is important to remove plaque from the teeth thoroughly twice a day.
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    sarro masculine
    placa (dental) feminine