Translation of carton in Spanish:


envase de cartón, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkɑrtn/ /ˈkɑːt(ə)n/


  • 1

    (of milk, fruit juice)
    envase de cartón masculine
    cartón masculine
    • Sand also drank her small carton of milk, which had gotten a bit warm since she had been handed it.
    • He walked to the kitchen, still sleepy, and took a long drink form the carton of milk.
    • Ask what their favourite sandwich is and give them a small carton of milk or a yogurt drink as a treat.
    • He pulled out a half carton of milk and started to drink out of the container.
    • A pensioner said he was physically sick after finding what he believes was a slug in a carton of milk he had already used for his cereal and morning cup of tea.
    • Who knew that a carton of milk could expand to three times its normal size?
    • He pulled out a carton of milk and deliberately gulped it down.
    • When they were finished, only a few pieces of toast and a carton of milk remained.
    • Keep a box of cereal at your desk and pick up a carton of milk when you grab lunch.
    • Once again, Joe sat alone at the back corner table with a carton of milk, a banana, and a cup of instant noodles.
    • Between them they collected hundreds of sacks of crisp packets, food cartons, drinks cans and other unsightly litter.
    • He opened the fridge and took out a carton of milk, shaking it to see if any was left and chugging down what little milk there was.
    • As I reached for a carton of milk, a man from behind tried to steal it from me.
    • She dropped the closed carton of milk as the scream erupted from the bathroom.
    • Harmony walked back into the kitchen and found Mark putting a carton of milk into the fridge.
    • Tricia opened the fridge and pulled out a carton of milk, then pulled a saucer out of a cabinet.
    • If you bought a carton of milk that was spoiled, you might ignore it once or twice.
    • She set it on the table along with 3 plates, knives, glasses, and a carton of milk.
    • We have developed food packaging to a fine art with shrink-wrapped plastic everywhere, colourful drinks cartons and easy-open tins.
    • Many foodstuffs, including milk cartons, loaves of bread, and whole chickens have been taken from the unmonitored fridges.
  • 2

    (of cigarettes)
    cartón masculine
  • 3

    (cardboard box)
    caja de cartón feminine