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patch

noun /pӕtʃ/
a piece of material sewn on to cover a hole
remiendo, parche
She sewed a patch on the knee of her jeans.
a small piece of ground
parcela, terreno
a vegetable patch.
patchy adjective not all the same; varying in quality
desigual, irregular
patchy work.
patchiness noun
irregularidad, falta de uniformidad
patchwork noun cloth made by sewing small pieces of material together
labor de retazos/retales
a skirt made of patchwork (also adjective) a patchwork quilt.
patch up phrasal verb to mend, especially quickly and temporarily
remendar o componer provisionalmente
He patched up the roof with bits of wood.
to settle (a quarrel)
arreglar, resolver
They soon patched up their disagreement.
(Definition of patch from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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