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Translation of "material" - English-Spanish dictionary

material

noun   /məˈtɪə·ri·əl/
B1 cloth for making clothes, curtains, etc. tela Her dress was made of a soft, silky material.
B1 documents, recorded information, etc. that are used for a particular activity material She writes all her own teaching materials.
a solid substance from which things can be made material building materials
(Definition of material from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

material

noun /məˈtiəriəl/
anything out of which something is, or may be, made material Tables are usually made from solid material such as wood.
cloth tela, tejido I’d like three metres of blue woollen/woolen material.
materially adverb
to a great or important extent sensiblemente, considerablemente Circumstances have changed materially.
materialize verb ( (also materialiseBritish))
(of something expected or hoped for) to happen convertirse en realidad I don’t think her plans will materialize.
to take solid or bodily form materializarse She claims that the ghost materialized in front of her.
materialization noun ( (also materialisationBritish))
materialización
(Definition of material from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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