Translation of coating in Spanish:


capa, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkoʊdɪŋ/ /ˈkəʊtɪŋ/

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    (of dust, grease) capa feminine
    Cooking capa feminine
    Cooking baño masculine
    (on tongue) saburra feminine technical
    metal/protective coating revestimiento metálico/de protección
    • covered with a plastic coating plastificado
    • Paints and coatings work by creating a thin film on the surface to which they are applied.
    • A common theme in the new generation of coatings is the ability to be applied in extremely thin layers.
    • Black coatings on stainless steel wash off easily, leaving a dull gray appearance.
    • This is particularly critical for polymers that are the basis for paints and coatings.
    • The planes must be treated with special coatings of paint and fiber in a controlled environment.
    • This method can produce a wide range of products, from oily coatings to hard coatings and powders.
    • If you delay, the anti-skid coatings become worn and less effective.
    • Like sunglasses, prescription lenses too are available with a wide variety of coatings.
    • This light hits the phosphor coatings and produces red, green and blue colours.
    • The thin plastic coating had cracked in various places and the paper underneath had begun to fade.
    • Quickly tilt the pan to spread the batter to form a thin coating on the bottom of the pan.
    • Then we'll spend the rest of the day removing the thin coating of soot over everything in the kitchen.
    • Mushrooms littered the floor of the mammoth cave and a thick coating of dust obscured most everything.
    • The alkaline solution will interfere with the enteric coating and eventually dissolve it.
    • Polymer coatings repel water, protecting the speakers from moisture and corrosion.
    • The solution adheres to the ice cream and forms a coating on it.
    • I was itching and covered in an irritating coating of dust and sweat.
    • The gums become red and swollen, and the tongue may develop a white coating.
    • Some amphibians can also be difficult to handle due to their coating of protective slime.
    • My companion particularly enjoyed the dish's generous coating of garlicky olive oil.