There are 2 main translations of sash in Spanish

: sash1sash2

sash1

faja, n.

Pronunciation /saʃ//sæʃ/

noun

  • 1

    (on dress)
    faja feminine
    • They may also wear broad red sashes tied at the waist.
    • I straightened out the bow on the sash at my waist and examined myself in the mirror once more.
    • A sinister looking retainer, dressed in a dark uniform with a blue sash and blue and white turban opened the rusty gate.
    • Just left of center, a pair of women stroll across the field in white dresses decorated with blue sashes and large hats embellished with coral-colored ribbons.
    • Women wear long flowing skirts, and men dress in white shirts with colorful sashes.
    • The man has dark white trousers and a black sash around his waist.
    • She wore a flimsy white cotton dress with short sleeves, a pink sash about the waist, and a skirt that blew in the wind.
    • She was wearing a gold dressing gown, with a blue sash at the waist, and pink slippers with pom-poms.
    • She pulled a brightly coloured gown over her shift, tying it at the waist with a decorative sash.
    • On the bench where we were last sitting was a young man with long black hair, dressed in a tight black robe with a red sash tied around his waist.
    • She was wearing a long blue dress, with a red sash tied around her waist.
    • Rural women wear baggy black or colored trousers, a long shirt belted with a sash, and a length of cotton over the head.
    • Cloaks, sashes, jerkins and gloves lined the very top shelf that went the width of the wardrobe.
    • Anyways, tying a sash around the waist is a great way to accessorise and makes the two layers seem more cohesive.
    • He wore only a pair of earth colored pants with a leaf-patterned sash about his waist.
    • Young men in white shirts and red sashes grasped each other round the shoulders to form a ring fifteen feet across.
    • I wore the blue scarf, which is actually more of a shawl or a sash, around my waist and the blue rose in my hair the next day.
    • She'd been wearing a loose turquoise tunic, tied with a black sash at the waist and matching black leggings.
    • Remember ladies, if your coat has a belt or sash on it, remember to tie it around your waist to make it look more defined.
    • He was dressed in a gorgeous robe with a golden sash tied around his waist and was standing tall and strong.
  • 2

    (on uniform)
    (around waist) fajín masculine
    (over shoulder) banda feminine

There are 2 main translations of sash in Spanish

: sash1sash2

sash2

marco, n.

Pronunciation /saʃ//sæʃ/

noun

  • 1

    (of window)
    marco masculine
    sash cord cuerda de ventana de guillotina feminine
    • sash fastener cierre de ventana de guillotina
    • Paint analysis showed that the doors, door frames, and window sashes on the second floor of the addition, long assumed to be painted pine, were actually black walnut.
    • Glass is a heavy material and sliding the sashes up and down also puts a strain on the joints.
    • She threw open his two window sashes to the ceiling.
    • In order for a sash window to work easily and effectively, it is important that both the frame and the sash are made accurately.
    • Make sure that both the window sashes and screen sash move smoothly and seal tightly when closed after installation.
    • With sandpaper or a rasp, clean off bits of putty which remain on the wood or metal sash.
    • They allow the hinge edge of the sash to slide away from the window frame as it opens.
    • With the acrylic blocks, the window sash is actually light enough that the entire window can operate.
    • One thing to note, however, a vinyl window with welded frame and sashes will be stronger and more durable than a cheaper one in which these are mechanically joined.
    • If both sashes move, weatherstrip them as you would for a double-hung window.
    • Horizontal sliding windows are like double-hung windows except that the sashes are located on the left and right edges rather than on the tops and bottoms.
    • There are also vinyl windows available that have small, adjustable ports above one of the sashes, allowing a very small amount of air to enter the house without the security problems of leaving a window ajar.
    • A small crowd pressed up near the open windows to listen, but not all the sashes had been raised.
    • What makes the joints so weak is the fact that the bottom sashes sit on the sill with the end grains exposed.
    • Paint the lower part of their sash first, then raise the window and do the upper part.
    • Glass doors on adjacent cabinets feature a muntin grid similar to those on the window sashes.
    • Just as the blasted thing went off I ran over to the window and threw up the sash, then dashed out the door and down the hall.
    • To install this system, just drill a hole in the upper corner of the lower window frame and align it with holes in the top sash.
    • If windows must be replaced and are beyond repair, they should be replaced with exact replicas - sliding sashes must be replaced by sliding sashes and not with swing out windows.
    • Resourceful gardeners can combine a few discarded window sashes and bales of straw to create a simple makeshift cold frame.