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Translation of "paper" - English-Spanish dictionary

paper

noun /ˈpeipə/
the material on which these words are written, made from wood, rags etc and used for writing, printing, wrapping parcels etc papel I need paper and a pen to write a letter (also adjective) a paper bag.
a single (often printed or typed) piece of this papel There were papers all over his desk.
a newspaper periódico Have you read the paper?
a group of questions for a written examination examen The Latin paper was very difficult.
(in plural ) documents proving one’s identity, nationality etc papeles, documentos The policeman demanded to see my papers.
papery adjective
like paper parecido al papel, como de papel papery leaves.
paperback noun
a book with a paper cover. libro en rústica
paperclip noun
a small, usually metal clip for holding papers together sujetapapeles She attached her note to the papers with a paperclip.
paper knife noun
a knife used for opening envelopes etc. cortapapeles, abrecartas
paper sculpture noun
the art of modelling/modeling with folded paper. papiroflexia
paperweight noun
a small, heavy object which can be put on top of pieces of paper to keep them in place, also used as an ornament pisapapeles a glass paperweight.
paperwork noun
the part of a job which consists of keeping files, writing letters etc trabajo administrativo/de oficina I spend most of my time on paperwork.
(Definition of paper from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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