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Spanish translation of “template”

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template

noun /ˈtemplit/
a thin sheet made from a hard material that is used as a pattern for cutting other materials in the same shape
Plantilla
He used a metal template to cut out the circle.
something that is used as a model for producing another similar thing
Plantilla
The film was the template for many Westerns that came after it.
( computing) a computer document which is used as a model for creating similar documents because it contains all the basic features required.
Plantilla
(Definition of template from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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