Translation of pouch in Spanish:


bolsa, n.

Pronunciation /paʊtʃ//paʊtʃ/


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    • 1.1(small bag)

      bolsa feminine
      tobacco pouch petaca feminine
      • hunter's pouch morral de cazador
      • Then he placed it into the small leather pouch at his waist.
      • She released his hand, and patted the bulging pouch on her belt.
      • He untied the heavy pouch at his side and dropped it onto the floor.
      • Kneeling, he took some birdfeed out of a pouch attached to his belt and placed it on Jack's cheek.
      • He pulled open a pouch hanging from his belt.
      • He also pulled out a smaller, leather pouch.
      • Crane pushed his suspenders off his shoulders and grabbed at his pipe and fished his tobacco pouch from his pocket and began to stuff the pipe's bowl.
      • He took a few practice swipes with it, and, upon finding no other place to put it, he placed it in a small pouch attached to his belt.
      • Basic webbing ammunition belts and pouches were supplemented by as many bandoliers as the soldier could carry without falling down.
      • Field packs, bags, belt cases, pouches and other carrying gear are available from manufacturers striving to capture consumers' attention.
      • I unzipped the side pouch on the bag and pulled out a new clip and loaded it.
      • He looked relieved, then reached into a pouch at his belt to produce his pipe and tobacco.
      • He hunched down on the seat across from him and opened up a little drawstring pouch around his waist.
      • A pocket clip and a padded zippered carrying pouch are included.
      • The cartridges are carried in a clip in bunches of five, and these are carried in small leather pouches attached to the belt, several in a pouch.
      • One of the popular sections at the exhibition is the one featuring leather goods such as bags, purses, belts and pouches.
      • She opened the little pouch at her belt and placed the leaves there.
      • A cross-belt might carry his carbine or contain an ammunition pouch.
      • She walked to the dresser, opened the jewelry box and pulled out the small velvet pouch.
      • The boy was digging through a pouch at his hip.

    • 1.2(under eyes)

      bolsa feminine
      • When I looked at myself in the mirror these days, I saw tangled hair, baggy pouches over my cheeks, hollow, empty eyes.
      • It is pretty much impossible to turn back the negative effects of ongoing sleep deprivation - when it starts showing up in lackluster skin and pouches under the eyes, it's way too late.
      • But they were worried - worried about what the deep, blue pouches under his eyes meant, worried about the way he seemed always lost in thought during mealtimes.

    • 1.3US (for correspondence)

      valija feminine
      • Ponder on each of them before you open the diplomatic pouches or make responses.
      • A spokesman for Royal Mail said secure pouches were strategically positioned to give a better service of delivery.
      • Royal Mail has applied for planning permission for pouch boxes, which are used to store additional delivery bags on heavy rounds.
      • The kangaroo pouch containing the letters lay open on the table.
      • A postwoman watched in amazement as two teenagers snatched her Royal Mail pouch bag full of letters while it was attached to her bike.

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    Zoology Anatomy
    bolsa feminine
    • The male seahorse has a pouch on its stomach in which to carry babies - as many as 2,000 at a time.
    • In the breeding season, Gray-crowned Rosy-Finches develop throat pouches that allow them to carry food back to their young at the nest.
    • I sucked all the spit from the pouches of my cheeks, making a nice squishy sound.
    • By the time they leave the pouches, the young sphaeromid juveniles have acquired a limited but efficient ability to hyper-osmoregulate, which increases in subsequent stages.
    • Notice the brood pouches on the ventral surfaces of depicted males.
    • Two situations are considered, internal development of the embryos in closed incubating, brood or marsupial pouches, and external development in eggs exposed to the external medium.
    • The primary difference is that the young are not raised in a special pouch, as in marsupials.
    • The functions of the brood, incubating and marsupial pouches should be further investigated in relation to their osmoprotective and perhaps also trophic roles for the embryos.
    • Some lay their eggs in damp leaf litter, some create nests of foam, and some even carry their eggs or tadpoles in pouches on their backs.
    • A male with his brood pouch is seen in the foreground, and two enclosed females in the back.
    • It's a unique, dog-like marsupial that climbs trees, lives for only five years, and carries its young in a pouch that faces backwards.
    • The female deposits her eggs into a brood pouch found on the belly of the male.
    • The young remains in the pouch another 6-8 weeks, until its spines begin to harden.
    • They are marsupials, which just describes the fact that they carry their young in a pouch.
    • Like their seahorse relatives, male seadragons brood the eggs but under their tail instead of in an abdominal pouch.
    • Most development takes place in the pouch, and the lactation period is prolonged.
    • Food is swallowed for transport, not carried in the pouch.
    • As everyone knows, baby kangaroos live in their mothers' pouches, and Joey is no exception.
    • Other frog species have pouches to carry developing offspring, but the hip-pocket frog is the only one he knows of in which the male does the lugging.
    • As soon as they are expelled from the pouch, the young are on their own.
    • Could the fossa be a link between the marsupial and the mammals without pouches?
    • They have a well developed marsupial pouch that opens anteriorly.
    • They eat blueberries, heather and grass, rear their young in pouches and die in heavy snow.
    • He caught chipmunks whose cheek pouches were so stuffed with lodgepole pine seeds that not one more would fit.