corteza en Inglés

Pronunciación
[corteza (f)] n. peel, rind; cortex; crust

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Geppetto no tenía ni un centavo en el bolsillo, por lo que hizo a su hijo un pequeño traje de papel floreado, un par de zapatos de la corteza de un árbol y un gorrito con un poco de masa.
Geppetto did not have a penny in his pocket, so he made his son a little suit of flowered paper, a pair of shoes from the bark of a tree, and a tiny cap from a bit of dough.
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Su madrina la vació, y cuando sólo quedó la corteza, tocola con su varita, e inmediatamente convirtiose la calabaza en una magnífica carroza dorada.
Her godmother emptied it out. When there was nothing but the rind left, she struck it with her wand, and the pumpkin was instantly turned into a magnificent golden coach.
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La consideración de las grandes carestías sufridas por el adversario espoleaban su apetito, dándole una capacidad monstruosa. El pan blanco, de corteza dorada y crujiente, le sumía en un éxtasis religioso.
Consideration of the great privations suffered by the adversary was sharpening his appetite to a monstrous capacity. White bread, golden brown and crusty, was stimulating him to an almost religious ecstasy.
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participando de su suerte. Una sonrisa de afecto, una mirada de simpatía, parecieron atravesar su áspera corteza de rústicos desconfiados. Hacía mucho tiempo que Desnoyers vivía en malas relaciones con el pueblo entero.
and share in their fate. A smile of affection, a look of sympathy began to appear on the rough, bark-like countenances of the suspicious rustics. For a long time Desnoyers had been on bad terms with the entire village.
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Los árboles, con la corteza reseca por los ardores del verano, crujían al ser lamidos por las llamas. El edificio estaba ocupado igualmente por una multitud de hombres que obedecían a este jefe.
The trees, with the bark dried by the summer heat, were crackling on being licked by the flame. The building was likewise occupied by a multitude of men under this same superintendent.
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El sol era una mancha tenue al remontarse entre telones de bruma. Los árboles lloraban por todas las aristas de sus cortezas. Un trueno rasgó el aire, próximo y ruidoso, como si estallase junto al castillo.
The sun was a faint spot seen between curtains of mist. The trees were weeping fog moisture from all the cracks in their bark. A thunderclap rent the air so close and forcibly that it seemed very near the castle.
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Las cortezas de los árboles saltaban, empujadas por uñas ocultas; llovían hojas; se agitaban las ramas con balanceos contradictorios; partían las piedras del suelo, impelidas por un pie misterioso.
The bark of the trees was being stripped by unseen claws; the leaves were falling in torrents; the boughs were shaken by opposing forces, the stones on the ground were being crushed by a mysterious foot.
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El mismo trayecto lo habrían hecho sobre la corteza terrestre en media hora marchando en línea recta.
By going in a direct line on the surface they would have compassed this distance in half an hour.
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Extracto de corteza de cerezo silvestre, Prunus serotina, Rosaceae
Prunus Serotina Bark Extract is an extract of the bark of the wild cherry, Prunus serotina, Rosaceae
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Es la Teoría del Desplazamiento de la Corteza.
It's called "Earth Crust Displacement Theory"
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Sinónimos

1. apariencia: aspecto, exterioridad, exterior
2. cáscara: costra, cubierta, envoltura, vaina, cápsula, caparazón, cortezuela
3. rusticidad: grosería, tosquedad



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