Translation of texture in Spanish:

texture

textura, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtɛkstʃər//ˈtɛkstʃə/

noun

  • 1

    (feel, surface)
    textura feminine
    the smooth texture of a baby's skin la tersura / suavidad de la piel de un bebé
    • They did have similar eyes and hair coloring, even the same skin textures and pigments.
    • It was sweet and tangy and gooey - a blissful companion of flavours and textures.
    • With a myriad of tones, textures, sizes and shapes, a garden planted purely with foliage plants can be an exciting place to be.
    • The result is paper with a rough-edged and impressive texture.
    • To start, make a note of the colours and textures in your home's building stone, roofing tiles and garden walls.
    • An array of small dishes is placed before the guests with a range of colours, flavours, textures, and aromas.
    • Rattles and bright toys that have different textures and sounds are often good sources of entertainment.
    • The frog's brown and yellow coloring, as well as its rough texture, allow it to blend in with the mud and tree trunks in its environment.
    • The children would be introduced to papers of different colours, textures and shapes.
    • It has a glass and curved aluminum roof that displays beautiful textures and colors.
    • Besides being a source of fast-digesting carbs, that type of cereal will add thickness and texture to your protein shake.
    • An easy way to include different textures is to mix evergreen and deciduous plants.
    • This wine is known for its rich, silky texture and complex character.
    • The quartz grains are well-rounded and often show frosted, pitted surface textures.
    • These sweets are produced in bright colours and soft textures, and include children's favourites such as jelly babies.
    • The avocado tends to be quite creamy in texture, and the combination of the pink grapefruit and the avocado with the crab would be an automatic combination as the perfect salad.
    • I brushed a finger along the side of his face, feeling the rough texture of the dark stubble he was allowing to remain on his chin.
    • The vegetables were tender and their different textures made for interesting contrasts in the mouth.
    • I blinked in surprise; her dark, sandy-blond hair, rough in texture, was now streaked with green.
    • The complexity of the fossilization process is reflected in the presence of different textures in adjacent cells of the same tissue.
  • 2

    (of woven fabric)
    textura feminine
    • I believe the texture in the fabric was called slub and they may be an acetate rayon blend.
    • Two of the best selling fabric-effect tiles are linen and satin, both of which successfully replicate the look and texture of the fabrics.
    • Embroidery of a vast variety and fabrics of every texture are being used.
    • In fashion designing, the colour, weave, design and texture of the fabric play a very important role.
    • Her most interesting work is double-woven, which creates variations in texture.
    • In much the same way, tapestry has everything painting has, with the added tactile allure of texture.
    • I turn slightly in it now, the rough woven texture of the cloth rubbing my neck.
    • Keep in mind, shrinkage may affect the appearance and texture of dry-clean only fabric.
    • There also was a feeling of texture in many fabrics, created through tie-dye, batik and ombred effects.
    • It returns to the origins of the wallpaper industry, combining the appearance and texture of luxurious fabric with a modern natural feel.
    • By changing the direction of her satin stitches on the leaves and flowers, she created texture and the allusion of dimension.
    • The man lightly traces his hand over the fabric, feeling the texture and imagining the day it was worn.
    • The ‘girl’ was cloaked in a brown tartan stuff of a rough texture, poor fabric, no doubt.
    • It was the colorful patterns of these textiles and their plush texture that tested the artists' abilities.
    • In spite of my goose bumps, I love the texture of the soft fabric against my bare back.
    • Ford admits that it is the fabrics, their texture in particular, which inspire and drive the designs for each collection.
    • For playful touches that contrast with felt's matte texture, thread shiny satin ribbon through slits in the fabric or weave it into a pillow front.
    • Yet his great insight is to recognize that it was the hue and texture of fabric taken together, more than the cut and tailoring, that determined the value of a garment.
  • 3

    (consistency)
    consistencia feminine
  • 4

    (of writing, music)
    textura feminine
    • Sides expertly creates texture by weaving into his double narrative some more personal, more emotional vignettes that add color and pathos.
    • That is a perfect description of an elaborate contrapuntal texture with ‘emancipated dissonance’.
    • Too often crucial instrumental details were obscured in the mushy orchestral texture.
    • When certain musicians were not available to do their parts friends were brought in to fill the gaps, and this has only added to the depth and texture of the music.
    • Though simple in style and clean in texture, the primo parts of these duets provide the teacher with many opportunities to teach musicianship.
    • Clare's impeccable performances create a transparency of texture consistent with whatever they sing.
    • While the two-voice texture does indeed simplify the music, because of the complex rhythms it is not particularly easy music to play.
    • Nelson's comping on the vibes creates a texture that is more ethereal than a pianist's and helps define Holland's compositional sound.
    • One of the ways in which this foreshadowing of Agnes's death is expressed in the poem is through the swan imagery so deeply embedded in the poem's figural texture.
    • The single Two Months Off is glorious, a mass of shifting electronic textures and exuberant, repetitious vocals.
    • Pianist Damon Denton scampers through Shostakovich's figurations with a keen ear for melody and texture.
    • Solos are kept short and sweet, and the frequent shifts in texture and instrumental combinations keep things interesting.
    • Zafón weaves layer upon layer within his novel, so that his plots and subplots create a rich texture.
    • The absolute clarity of the orchestral texture allowed for the sometimes jarring harmonies and raucous percussion effects to be highlighted.
    • Though no subsequent comedy has transformation woven so fully into its texture as this, Ovid was of continued importance in Shakespeare's later work in the genre.
    • The pentatonicism helps lighten the contrapuntal texture.
    • Although both narrators are prone to purple passages, the texture of Singer's Gothic prose remains one of the novel's strengths.
    • Rochford also writes music - exploring the farthest reaches of tonality and texture - for the two tenor saxes, bass and drums of his own band Polar Bear.
    • Now I'm starting to appreciate the interplay of musical texture and lyrical directness.
    • They often comment on the flavour, texture and overall quality of the beef which we believe is due to the lengthy hanging process.