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Translation of "curtain" - English-Spanish dictionary

curtain

noun /ˈkəːtn/
a piece of material hung up to act as a screen at a window, on a theatre/theater stage etc cortina The maid drew the curtains The curtain came down at the end of the play. curtain call noun an appearance by actors, singers etc after a performance for the purpose of receiving applause llamada a escena After the play the actors took ten curtain calls. curtain off phrasal verb to separate or enclose with a curtain separar con cortina She curtained off the alcove.
(Definition of curtain from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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