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sketch

noun /sketʃ/
a rough plan, drawing or painting
esbozo, croquis
He made several sketches before starting the portrait.
a short (written or spoken) account without many details
boceto, borrador, esquema
The book began with a sketch of the author’s life.
a short play, dramatic scene etc
sainete
a comedy sketch.
sketchy adjective ( comparative sketchier, superlative sketchiest) incompletely done or carried out
incompleto, sin detalles
a sketchy search.
slight or incomplete
básico
a sketchy knowledge of French.
sketchily adverb
superficialmente
sketchiness noun
forma incompleta
sketchbook noun a book for drawing sketches in.
cuaderno de bocetos/croquis/esbozos
(Definition of sketch from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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