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Translation of "paste" - English-Spanish dictionary

paste

noun [no plural]   /peɪst/
a wet, sticky substance that is used to stick things together engrudo wallpaper paste
verb   /peɪst/ ( present participle pasting, past tense and past participle pasted)
to stick a piece of paper to another piece of paper pegar, engrudar He had pasted the pictures into a book.
(Definition of paste from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

paste

noun /peist/
a soft, damp mixture, especially one made up of glue and water and used for sticking pieces of paper etc together engrudo wallpaper paste.
a mixture of flour, fat etc used for making pies, pastry etc masa Add the flour, a little at a time, to make a thick paste.
a mixture made from some types of food pasta tomato paste almond paste.
(Definition of paste from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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