There are 2 main translations of spray in Spanish

: spray1spray2

spray1

rocío, n.

Pronunciation /spreɪ//spreɪ/

noun

  • 1

    (fine drops)
    rocío masculine
    • In truth there are probably only one or two frames where you can see a flash of red spray.
    • The base of the tower meets the sea in a haze of bushes and sea spray, almost hiding the keeper's white-washed cottage.
    • A fine spray of medicine in liquid form then shoots out the front at 520 miles per hour.
    • They doused the boaters with spray from their rooster tails.
    • Who can take interest in anything when every arterial spray is so completely highlighted, yet so meaningless?
    • Evenflow nozzles are used for banding and provide an even amount of spray.
    • Applications should be made by ground equipment using a minimum spray volume of 10 gallons of spray per acre.
    • His glasses were misted over with salt spray blown from the harbour.
    • The white of the paper looks as though it has been pushed into the liquid spray of charcoal.
    • There's nothing like a good arterial spray to get things going.
    • Yet there's no spray on your face, no fresh river air to enjoy.
    • Splashes of ocean spray open the movie, as a fish narrates.
    • Ocean air and sea spray can affect packaging and its contents.
    • The house deteriorates faster because of constant storms, salt spray, and horizontal rain.
    • Anyone who has swum in one knows that particular pleasure of suspension between nature and culture, of being in an enclosed body of water as spray breaks over the side.
    • A solid surf beats against the breakwater, swashing spray on the sidewalk vendors and strolling passers-by.
    • It sees storm clouds torn from their moorings and smashed against the ground with a minutely escalating, hissing swirl of arterial spray, then morphing into a jackhammer pulse.
    • Certainly the story is already clearly for mature audiences, filled with plenty of naked women and arterial spray.
    • It thunders under me, smudges my vision with drifts of spray.
    • This may result from drifting spray or a heavy rain that washes recently applied chemicals into the pond.
  • 2

    (act)
    rociada feminine
    (with insecticide) fumigación feminine
    (for irrigation) riego por aspersión masculine
    • However, most calculations can be done once per year; there is no need to recalculate for every spray.
    • They used a barrel washer to remove most of the soil from their carrots, followed by a power washer spray as a final rinse.
    • The hose extends 30 inches and has a rotating head for spray or aerated water flow.
    • A high-tech car wash (all spray, no brush) aims to become the Starbucks of drive through suds.
  • 3

    (liquid in spray form)
    espray masculine
    (deodorant/polish) (before noun) en aerosol
    (polish/deodorant) (before noun) en espray
    (deodorant/polish) (before noun) en atomizador
    • A job offer, and an edit room that was in a closet that still reeked of the art department's adhesive spray.
    • We Floridians know what that means: humidity and lots of bug spray to keep the mosquitoes away.
    • Top black celebrities have moved beyond roach spray and brew to endorse a wider variety of wares.
    • Electrolyte tolerant, can be used with sprays containing micronutrients or nitrogen-based fertilizers.
    • When the movie starts, she looks like a clown, with buckets of spray holding her hair in place and makeup caking her features.
    • Like a graffiti artist, he uses paint, spray and acrylic to give it a very contemporary look.
    • Geisel, who had sold bug spray and motor oil through humor was the prefect recruit for this task.
    • It also comes as a disinfectant spray and as a liquid cleaner.
    • I've found it's easiest to glue the pattern to the contact paper while on top of the glass with glue spray.
    • Applying liquid sprays to dry feathers often results in loss of some of the insecticide due to runoff.
    • Blood flows as easy as ant spray at the Tavern, but in a really squeamish, sickening way.
  • 4

    (implement)
    rociador masculine
    • In addition to sprays, dust bags can be used for lice control.
    • So basically, if this one goes into deployment, what you're going to have is a bunch of soldiers with a whole load of bees in a jar and a little spray.
    • I tell Mother all the time that selling some old fashioned spray might not be a bad idea.
    • They stock a comprehensive selection of acid-free items, from photograph albums and storage boxes to deacidification sprays.

transitive verb

  • 1

    (liquid) pulverizar
    (liquid) aplicar con atomizador
    (paint) aplicar con pistola pulverizadora
    she sprayed a little perfume on her wrists se puso / se echó un poco de perfume en las muñecas
    • Seconds are critical when someone is sprayed with liquid ammonia.
    • The mix is then strained, and the resulting tea-colored liquid is sprayed on foliage.
    • Because it can be unpleasant to be sprayed with water, irrigation should be done when people and pets are not present.
    • While jostling in the drum, they are sprayed with a sugary liquid that hardens into a white candy shell.
    • It sprayed me with water and I almost stepped on it.
    • The weedkiller is being sprayed on villages in a concentration 100 times more powerful than is permitted in the US.
    • He sprays a huge water gun at dead pigs, to dissolve their blood clots.
    • The insulation can be sprayed in wet or blown in dry, is fire resistant, and comes with a lifetime warranty.
    • Their stage shows were infamous for lots of drink being sprayed on the crowd and excessive amounts of swearing.
    • As I listened to Dolan explain his methods, I wondered if it had something to do with the chemicals that are normally sprayed on wine grapes or the additives that go into traditional wines.
    • In order to get the image of the back of the room where there was less light, I had to spray everything in the front of the room with water to darken it so I could hold that area back.
    • It was just jiggled and had water being sprayed on it for rain.
    • Materials of various colors or properties are suspended in a solution that is then sprayed or deposited upon the substrate and ‘dries’ much like an ink on paper.
    • A thin asphalt-based paint can be sprayed on if a darker colored surface is desired for cosmetic reasons.
    • Between cladding and structure is a sandwich of waterproofing, insulation and concrete, which was sprayed over steel reinforcement and wire mesh stretched between the steel ribs.
    • The liquid form is mixed with water and sprayed on the water surface or injected below the surface.
    • What's more, because the organics can be sprayed on the plastic, it should be possible to produce the LCDs on continuous roll-to-roll printing presses, similar to those used to print newspapers.
    • The recently-engaged star had been chatting to journalists when he was suddenly sprayed in the face with water by a man holding a microphone.
    • Some were left in ambient room conditions, and others were sprayed with water - both with and without a wetting agent to improve water absorption.
    • In comparison to spraying water only, all drift retardants tested reduced volume of portion of small droplets in the spray but at varying magnitudes.
  • 2

    (plants) (con atomizador) rociar
    spray the affected area twice daily pulverizar sobre la zona afectada dos veces al día
    • to spray the fruit trees with insecticide fumigar los árboles frutales con insecticida
    • they sprayed the car with bullets acribillaron el coche a balazos
    • Scott had not warned the cast what would happen when the creature burst from John Hurt's chest - that they would all be sprayed with pig's blood - because he wanted their reactions to be real.
    • Standing on a chair, fully dressed, he sprayed his head and upper body with shaving lather, dowsed himself with rice, and then plunged into a washtub.
    • He intermixes shots of neon-lit signs with glossy images of models blithely spraying themselves with perfume.

intransitive verb

  • 1

    (liquid) rociar
    the mud sprayed out from under the wheels las ruedas lo salpicaban todo de barro
    • be careful it doesn't spray all over the place! ¡ten cuidado de no rociarlo todo!
    • By forcing the blood to fly out of the extra hole instead of the end of the tube it sprays out rather than jets out.
    • Be sure the entire tank is agitated and mixed before spraying.
    • The main challenge was to find a simple way to irrigate the planting without resorting to spraying from the front, which the Tokyo authorities would not permit.
    • Figures in industrial protective outfits go about their business, cleaning up the mountainous terrain, spraying, collecting.
    • Right now, because of safety concerns, workers must wait 24 to 48 hours after spraying before they can re-enter the greenhouse.
    • There are no punters, just about a dozen staff circulating amiably: spraying, wiping, tightening, bantering.
    • Damage ensues, with water leaking in and spraying about.
    • The camera twice pauses on a riveting image of a dying knight, blood spraying from his punctured armor.
    • The blood literally comes spraying and pouring out of bodies in this film (the queasy of stomach should take note).
    • The single most effective strategy to reduce drift from aerial spraying is having aircraft operators who are carefully trained to make good decisions on when to spray and when to stop spraying.
    • This is what we call spraying to the point of runoff, that is, until water begins to drip off the leaves.
    • The water domes were to make musical sounds as the water sprayed.
    • The researchers inventoried the cages for dead sharpshooters at 6 hours and at 1, 2, and 6 days after spraying.
    • The tide was in, and it washed under us and around, spraying through the holes in the floor, giving us the rhythm and the flavor of the sea.
    • Birds have to be removed from the building before spraying.
    • Treat roosts, walls, litter, and equipment by painting, spraying, or dusting.

There are 2 main translations of spray in Spanish

: spray1spray2

spray2

ramillete, n.

Pronunciation /spreɪ//spreɪ/

noun

  • 1

    (bunch)
    ramillete masculine
    a spray of flowers un ramillete de flores
    • The body of the guglet is also scattered with floral bouquets and sprays and its pouring rim is banded with acanthus scrolls.