There are 2 main translations of tar in Spanish

: tar1tar2

tar1

alquitrán, n.

Pronunciation: /tɑr//tɑː/

noun

  • 1

    (for roads) alquitrán masculine
    (for roads) chapopote masculine Mexico
    (in cosmetics) brea feminine
    a tar based soap/shampoo un jabón/champú a la brea
    • to beat the tar out of sb moler a algn a palos
    • Using oils, acrylics, resin and tar on both wood and canvas support, the work reflects industrial, urban, suburban and natural views.
    • However, it is understood the substance is a waste product created during the distillation of tar, coal, oil or gas and contained sulphuric acid.
    • He leaned in close, so close I could smell cigarette tar on his breath.
    • Cannabis acts as a relaxant without damaging the liver from alcohol abuse and has less tar than a cigarette.
    • The space between each pair of deck planks in a wooden ship was filled with a packing material called ‘oakum’ and then sealed with a mixture of pitch and tar.
    • Since 1980, members of the coalition have tried to persuade tobacco companies to limit the yields of tar and nicotine in cigarettes sold in developing countries and to add health warnings on their packaging.
    • She said if the road went through the area, it would transform Bennettsbridge into a major depot for tar and bricks.
    • NRT products provide a way of coping with nicotine withdrawal without taking in the harmful substances of tar and carbon monoxide.
    • Kerosene and the rest of the organic mixture's lighter components evaporated, leaving behind the heavier molecules that make up tar and asphalt.
    • Earlier nicotine, carbon monoxide and tar were considered most harmful.
    • The ratio of tar to nicotine produced in the tobacco smoke of low tar cigarettes is in fact closely similar to that of conventional cigarettes.
    • Although triggers such as tobacco tar and radioactive radon gas are known to be linked to lung cancer, little is understood of the genetic damage that causes the disease.
    • They refined black tar to make plastic for the television casings, and they blew fine glass for the screens.
    • When he learnt of a valuable Baltic convoy carrying timber and tar for shipbuilding due into port, he waited to ambush it off Scarborough.
    • I continued walking across the hot black tar of the parking lot until I reached a dark blue Ferrari.
    • It also restricted the maximum amount of nicotine and tar to 1.5 milligrams and 20 milligrams respectively per cigarette.
    • Tar pits form when crude oil seeps to the surface through fissures in the Earth's crust; the light fraction of the oil evaporates, leaving behind the heavy tar, or asphalt, in sticky pools.
    • To remove tar, freeze it to brittleness with ice cubes and then scrape it off with a plastic spatula.
    • There are, according to him, cigarettes available in India with five to six milligrams of tar and those with 18 milligrams of tar, but the average worked out to 12 milligrams.
    • Commercial bit cleaner can be used to remove pitch and tar; however, a scrap piece of wood will usually do the trick.
    • The tobacco used in these contraptions is not loaded with tar and nicotine as are cigarettes and it doesn't produce the noxious smog which so irritates non-smokers.
    • The stone walls and stick ceiling drip with black tar from decades of burning yak dung.
    • It wasn't too much later that I found myself working as a roofer in Aspen, Colorado, carrying buckets of hot tar up a ladder.
    • The tar in tobacco contains hundreds of carcinogens that promote the transformation of normal cells into cancerous cells.
    • The fact that mild cigarettes contain less nicotine and tar than normal ones can create a false impression and lead people to smoke more than they otherwise would do.
    • But environment watchdogs said that residents have not been put at risk by a complex operation to remove chemicals including tar, cyanide, ammonia and carcinogenic coal naptha.
    • Smoking the drug carries a high risk of mouth, throat and lung cancer, the same as smoking cigarettes really but without the added nicotine and tar.
    • Cannabis deposited four times as much tar on lungs as tobacco and could, if used regularly, cause cancer.
    • Depending on the type and location of the flashings, roofing tar or silicone or butyl rubber sealants can be used to seal small cracks and gaps.
    • Tobacco is a sweet smelling product of the aromatic leaves of the Nicotina plant, but contains carcinogenic and highly addictive substances like nicotine, tar and benzene.
    • On our way out of al-Juweibir, we stop and talk to a man putting a thick layer of tar on his grandfather's boat.
    • In line with the motive to instruct, there are diseased organs, a liver shrivelled from alcohol abuse, lungs disfigured by cigarette tar, the misshapen brain of an Alzheimer's sufferer.
    • For roofs this is generally done by applying a coating such as tar, acrylic, silicone or rubberized paint.
    • Still impure, the gas was then passed through condensers and scrubbers to remove tar, and then through iron oxide purifiers to remove other impurities.
    • In addition to nicotine, cigarette smoke is primarily composed of gases (mainly carbon monoxide) and tar.
    • Spain needed pine for tar, turpentine, and wood-essential naval stores for its shipbuilding industry in Cuba.
    • I was curious, are there any alternatives to cigarettes that don't have nicotine, tar, and all that other nasty stuff?
    • Hardwoods are better because they burn hotter and form less creosote, an oily, black tar that sticks to chimneys and stove pipes.
    • In addition to poisons, smoke and fumes, steelworkers are exposed on an almost continuous basis to such toxic substances as tar, benzene and hydrochloric acid, to name only a few.
    • The tar and stone mixture layer was found to be less than the prescribed 7 mm.
  • 2

    (in cigarettes)
    alquitrán masculine
    low tar cigarettes (masculine plural) cigarrillos de bajo contenido en alquitrán

transitive verb

  • 1

    (fence/road) alquitranar
    (roof) impermeabilizar
    to tar and feather sb emplumar a algn

    con alquitrán


There are 2 main translations of tar in Spanish

: tar1tar2

tar2

marinero, n.

Pronunciation: /tɑr//tɑː/

noun

dated, informal

  • 1

    (sailor)
    marinero masculine
    • To the tars of Victoria's navy, especially those returning from the farthest flung corners of the empire, the Azores were the gateway to home.
    • He is known to have had an eye for the ladies; he also could down a good tipple with the best of the tars.
    • Earlier though, someone shouts the word ‘Avast!’ at a bunch of mutinous tars and everyone just giggles.’
    • Against such descriptions, he juxtaposes the opinions of racists, embodied in the seedy character of Wilkes, the boastful character of Williams, and in the ‘other hangers-on’ and ‘tars’ at the Virginian tavern and Marine Coffee-House.