Translation: from spanish

on top form

  • 1 rellenar

    v.
    1 to refill.
    Ellos rellenan el hueco They refill the hole.
    2 to fill in or out (documento, formulario).
    3 to stuff.
    4 to pad out, to exaggerate.
    Ellos rellenan la historia They pad out=exaggerate the story.
    Ellos rellenan sillones They pad couches.
    5 to pack, to pack with stuffing.
    Ellos rellenan cajas They pack boxes with stuffing.
    * * *
    1 (volver a llenar) to refill, fill again
    2 (llenar del todo) to cram, pack, stuff
    3 (cuestionario) to fill in, fill out
    4 COCINA (ave) to stuff; (pastel) to fill
    5 COSTURA to pad
    6 (historia, relato) to pad out, embroider
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) (=volver a llenar) to refill, replenish; (Aer) to refuel
    2) (=llenar hasta arriba) to fill up
    3) [+ formulario] to fill in, fill out; [+ espacios] to fill in
    4) (Culin) to stuff (de with)
    5) (Cos) to pad
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1)
    a) <pavo/pimientos> to stuff; < pastel> to fill

    rellenar algo DE or CON algo — to stuff/fill something with something

    b) <cojín/muñeco> to stuff
    c) <agujero/grieta> to fill
    2) ( volver a llenar) to refill
    3) <impreso/formulario> to fill out o in
    4) <examen/discurso> to pad out
    * * *
    = fill onto, fill out, replenish, top up, bulk out, refill [re-fill], fill in, pad out, flesh out, pug.
    Ex. Fill these elements onto a paper form or on to some type of form via an online terminal.
    Ex. One of the things that the other two authors and I have done was to find out who filled out these sheets.
    Ex. The supply would need to be replenished when the multiple copies had been used, so a master would be kept - usually for offset litho reproduction or for cutting a stencil on an electronic scanner.
    Ex. Lastly, one needs a spirit duplicating machine and a supply of spirit solvent with which to top up the solvent container incorporated in the machine.
    Ex. Esparto paper, which is bulky and easy to print on, was made in commercial quantities in Britain from 1863, and quickly became popular with British printers who used it increasingly for bulking out thin books.
    Ex. The appearance of a cafeteria worker to re-fill the salt and pepper shakers tilted her out of her fantasy.
    Ex. The first is dry leafcasting, (a method to fill in missing parts with fibres by suction removal of dust and impregnation with a thermoplastic).
    Ex. There were 900-920 pages of text, containing 150,000200,000 words, padded out with wide margins, and extravagant chapter divisions.
    Ex. The modern world has seen two documentary disciplines -- library science and archival science -- arise and flesh out a theory, methodology, and practice.
    Ex. He fixed the leaky faucet by pugging it with a cork, hammering it in with a mallet, wrapping it up with electrical tape, and leaving it to increase in water pressure until the pipe exploded.
    ----
    * acción de rellenar un impreso = filling in.
    * diálogo rellenando plantillas = form-filling dialogue.
    * modalidad de rellenar plantillas = form-filling mode.
    * rellenar a nombre de = make out to.
    * rellenar con ceros los espacios vacíos = zero fill.
    * rellenar de = stuff with.
    * rellenar de paja = pad out.
    * rellenar un cheque = issue + check.
    * rellenar un cheque a nombre de = cheque + make + payable to.
    * rellenar un cuestionario = fill out + questionnaire, fill in + questionnaire, complete + questionnaire.
    * rellenar un impreso = fill in + form, fill out + form, complete + form.
    * relleno de bolitas = beanbag.
    * una vez relleno = completed.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1)
    a) <pavo/pimientos> to stuff; < pastel> to fill

    rellenar algo DE or CON algo — to stuff/fill something with something

    b) <cojín/muñeco> to stuff
    c) <agujero/grieta> to fill
    2) ( volver a llenar) to refill
    3) <impreso/formulario> to fill out o in
    4) <examen/discurso> to pad out
    * * *
    = fill onto, fill out, replenish, top up, bulk out, refill [re-fill], fill in, pad out, flesh out, pug.

    Ex: Fill these elements onto a paper form or on to some type of form via an online terminal.

    Ex: One of the things that the other two authors and I have done was to find out who filled out these sheets.
    Ex: The supply would need to be replenished when the multiple copies had been used, so a master would be kept - usually for offset litho reproduction or for cutting a stencil on an electronic scanner.
    Ex: Lastly, one needs a spirit duplicating machine and a supply of spirit solvent with which to top up the solvent container incorporated in the machine.
    Ex: Esparto paper, which is bulky and easy to print on, was made in commercial quantities in Britain from 1863, and quickly became popular with British printers who used it increasingly for bulking out thin books.
    Ex: The appearance of a cafeteria worker to re-fill the salt and pepper shakers tilted her out of her fantasy.
    Ex: The first is dry leafcasting, (a method to fill in missing parts with fibres by suction removal of dust and impregnation with a thermoplastic).
    Ex: There were 900-920 pages of text, containing 150,000200,000 words, padded out with wide margins, and extravagant chapter divisions.
    Ex: The modern world has seen two documentary disciplines -- library science and archival science -- arise and flesh out a theory, methodology, and practice.
    Ex: He fixed the leaky faucet by pugging it with a cork, hammering it in with a mallet, wrapping it up with electrical tape, and leaving it to increase in water pressure until the pipe exploded.
    * acción de rellenar un impreso = filling in.
    * diálogo rellenando plantillas = form-filling dialogue.
    * modalidad de rellenar plantillas = form-filling mode.
    * rellenar a nombre de = make out to.
    * rellenar con ceros los espacios vacíos = zero fill.
    * rellenar de = stuff with.
    * rellenar de paja = pad out.
    * rellenar un cheque = issue + check.
    * rellenar un cheque a nombre de = cheque + make + payable to.
    * rellenar un cuestionario = fill out + questionnaire, fill in + questionnaire, complete + questionnaire.
    * rellenar un impreso = fill in + form, fill out + form, complete + form.
    * relleno de bolitas = beanbag.
    * una vez relleno = completed.

    * * *
    rellenar [A1 ]
    vt
    A
    1 ‹berenjenas/pollo/canelones› to stuff; ‹pastel› to fill rellenar algo DE or CON algo to stuff/fill sth WITH sth
    rellenó los pimientos de or con arroz she stuffed the peppers with rice
    2 ‹almohadón/muñeco› to stuff
    3 ‹agujero/grieta› to fill
    B (volver a llenar) ‹copas› to refill, top up ( BrE); ‹tanque› to refill, fill … up again
    C ‹impreso/cupón/formulario› to fill out o in
    D ‹examen/discurso› to pad out
    * * *

     

    rellenar ( conjugate rellenar) verbo transitivo
    1
    a)pavo/pimientos/cojín to stuff;

    pastel to fill;
    rellenar algo DE or CON algo to stuff/fill sth with sth
    b)agujero/grieta to fill

    2 ( volver a llenar) to refill
    3impreso/formulario› to fill out o in;
    examen/discurso to pad out
    rellenar verbo transitivo
    1 (un recipiente, hueco) to fill
    (volver a llenar) to refill
    2 (un cojín, muñeco) to stuff
    3 Culin (un ave, pimiento, etc) to stuff
    (un pastel, una tarta) to fill
    4 (un impreso) to fill in
    ' rellenar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    embutir
    - formularia
    - formulario
    - lechada
    - blanco
    - espacio
    - masilla
    - mayúscula
    - proceder
    English:
    complete
    - fill
    - fill in
    - fill out
    - form
    - print
    - refill
    - stuff
    - pad
    - plaster
    - stop
    * * *
    1. [volver a llenar] to refill;
    rellenaron el agujero con cemento they filled the hole back up with cement
    2. [documento, formulario] to fill in o out
    3. [pollo] to stuff;
    [tarta, pastel] to fill;
    rellenó los canelones de o [m5] con atún she filled the cannelloni with tuna
    4. [cojín, almohadón] to stuff
    * * *
    v/t fill; GASTR pollo, pimientos stuff; formulario fill out, fill in
    * * *
    1) : to refill
    2) : to stuff, to fill
    3) : to fill out
    * * *
    1. (comida) to stuff / to fill
    2. (un recipiente) to refill
    3. (hueco) to fill
    4. (impreso) to fill in

    Spanish-English dictionary > rellenar

  • 2 que se coloca en lo alto del televisor

    (n.) = set-top
    Ex. The set-top box may also contain remotely controllable descrambling circuits for services which are transmitted in a scrambled form.
    * * *
    (n.) = set-top

    Ex: The set-top box may also contain remotely controllable descrambling circuits for services which are transmitted in a scrambled form.

    Spanish-English dictionary > que se coloca en lo alto del televisor

  • 3 controlado a distancia

    Ex. The set-top box may also contain remotely controllable descrambling circuits for services which are transmitted in a scrambled form.
    * * *

    Ex: The set-top box may also contain remotely controllable descrambling circuits for services which are transmitted in a scrambled form.

    Spanish-English dictionary > controlado a distancia

  • 4 de puntillas

    • on one's toes
    • on the tip of one's toes
    • on the top of
    • on ticket of leave
    • on tiptop form

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > de puntillas

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