There are 2 main translations of potter in Spanish

: potter1potter2

potter1

intransitive verb

British

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    she loves pottering around / about in the garden le encanta entretenerse trabajando en el jardín
    • I've been pottering around the house all day me he pasado el día haciendo un poco de esto y un poco de aquello en la casa
    • I putter around my house all night, taking out trash, yada yada.
    • Any chance of running some good projects for those of us who putter around in the basement during the winter months?
    • Across the manicured yard a couple of workers putter around the porch.
    • So will Marie now close the front door of her home and put on her slippers and potter about the house, now she has mornings on her hands.
    • He is ‘not really into’ nightclubs and is looking for a quiet house ‘with a nice garden, somewhere to potter about like the old boy I am’.
    • Instead, the rooftop gardener can putter around doing a little staking and tying here, a little dead-heading of flowers there.
    • I have to have somewhere that I can potter about in - a sanctuary.
    • I sigh in exasperation when they putter around and block the aisles.
    • I used to love trotting out of a morning to potter about the wilderness in my gown and pyjamas, all unshaved and generally unkempt.
    • From April onwards, we potter about outside, spotting gaps where we might plant another beautiful specimen,
    • You can hike through the forest or along deserted beaches, or potter about in small boats or canoes.
    • We tracked down a house in Malvern where one of them used to live, then went to St Kilda Cemetery to potter about among the graves.
    • He had more confidence to get about and could do a lot more - it allowed him to potter about in the house, in the garden and the greenhouse.
    • We'd putter around her apartment complex, meeting the same friends of hers that I met each time before.
    • So the gang started puttering around with a car recovery system.
    • I rush upstairs, turn on the taps and potter about a bit in my dressing gown until the harsh, loud tone of the telephone interrupts me.
    • What that really means is that I'm going to potter about with my templates and make lots of unnecessary changes to indulge my need to do something other than study.
    • With that she wandered back to the kitchen, leaving me to putter around with Robert's system.
    • The employees manning these centres are trained to remain unobtrusive and encourage the visitors to potter about, handling the products on display.
    • Surely only childishness can induce you to putter around with a computer at a time-critical moment of family crisis, rather than dialing emergency services?

There are 2 main translations of potter in Spanish

: potter1potter2

potter2

alfarero, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈpɑdər//ˈpɒtə/

noun

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    alfarero masculine
    alfarera feminine
    (masculine and feminine) ceramista
    potter's wheel torno de alfarero masculine
    • potter's clay arcilla (figulina)
    • In rural areas Hindus perform much of the traditional craft production of items for everyday life; caste groups include weavers, potters, iron and gold smiths, and carpenters.
    • This tendency was preserved during the Second Bulgarian Kingdom, when the town was the center of commerce, crafts, culture, goldsmiths, potters, tanners, and skilled weavers.
    • Armed with skills such as metalworking and pottery making, the newly emancipated Texans flourished as weavers, potters, blacksmiths, masons and carpenters.
    • These laborers included samurai, cooks, sake brewers, potters, printers, tailors, wood workers, and one hairdresser.
    • It is this focus that makes him not just a studio potter, but a ceramicist of note.
    • Philostratus indeed alludes to this: the new fire, he says, is distributed especially ‘to the craftsmen who have to do with fire’, i.e. to potters and blacksmiths.
    • Those who make their living as blacksmiths, weavers, potters, or musicians are looked upon with some disfavor and suspicion.
    • He is also helping Kenyan potters export their wares to the US.
    • There are also a small number of merchants in Oromo society, as well as weavers, goldsmiths, potters, and woodworkers.
    • This vase illustrates the aesthetic lying behind the surviving decorated pottery, as potters evoked the effect of gold on silver in making their wares red and black.
    • By mid-century there were five potteries there, and a number of potters had migrated west to establish their own kilns.
    • Different streets were allotted for different professions such as potters, weavers, dyers, jewelers, and bakers.
    • Soon, he was attracted to clay and turned to designer pottery, producing earthenware with the assistance of local potters from a studio in Kottayam district.
    • In other words, potters made the porcelain netsuke, and lacquerers produced the lacquer netsuke.
    • Following Meissen and Sèvres products, British potters began to use china clay or kaolin, when in 1768 William Cookworthy, a Plymouth chemist, proved the potential of the kaolin reserves of Cornwall.
    • The project, now in its third year, uses a core of eight ceramic artists who are joined by additional potters, some established and others just emerging.
    • Such workers - for the most part blacksmiths, weavers, and potters - traditionally constituted a distinct class, almost a separate caste.
    • Weavers, potters, storytellers, jewellery-makers, woodworkers and ironsmiths are still part of the village community.
    • It has been my experience, in the art-show world, at least, that the word ‘clay,’ when used to describe this polymer material, has offended and angered many potters and ceramicists.
    • Architects, painters, potters and other craftsman and artists often accompanied the monks and it was these people who constructed the great temples of Japan.