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model

noun /ˈmodl/
a copy or representation of something usually on a much smaller scale
modelo, maqueta
a model of the Taj Mahal (also adjective) a model aeroplane.
a particular type or design of something, eg a car, that is manufactured in large numbers
modelo
Our car is this year’s model.
a person who wears clothes etc so that possible buyers can see them being worn
modelo, maniquí
He has a job as a male fashion model.
a person who is painted, sculpted, photographed etc by an artist, photographer etc
modelo
I work as an artist’s model.
something that can be used to copy from
modelo, patrón
Use the sentences in the coursebook as models for your own writing.
a person or thing which is an excellent example
modelo
She is a model of politeness (also adjective) model behaviour.
modelling noun ( modeling)
modelado, modelismo
(Definition of model from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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