Translation of cutout in Spanish:

cutout

recortable, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkədˌaʊt/

noun

  • 1

    (image, silhouette)
    recortable masculine
    figura para recortar feminine
    (figure/model) (before noun) recortable
    • The figures are life-size cut-outs, silhouetted against the stark white walls, which gives them a three-dimensional sculptural quality.
    • These are the proxy friends in the bank and life size cut-outs in the banking hall reassure the punters that they may not be there in person, but they are watching over them.
    • Perhaps I should make a life-size cut-out of my boss in secret and sit at the front desk one day…
    • George Jones once drove around Memphis for a week, high on gak, and talking to a lifesize cut-out of Elvis Presley.
    • We have a life-size cut-out of Frank so he is with us to see the game.
    • As with the twisted form in ‘Bedlam in a Bottle’, the printed figures appear like cut-outs, the clothes stiff and angular like funeral weeds in black taffeta.
    • The figures were flat cut-outs; it was all very pixelated and the players themselves hardly resembled their live counterparts - apart from their skin colour.
    • It is amusing to count the number of places where you can spot cut-outs of the artist's face.
    • The central figure is much the least distorted, but even so her body is simply a flat silhouette like a metal cut-out which has been slightly twisted in a few places to give a suggestion of three dimensions.
    • In one corner is a cut-out of Sonia, head covered and hands folded in a ‘namaste’.
    • Black cats were everywhere and I also spotted a huge cut-out of a witch stirring her evil cauldron!
    • A lot of people are beginning to think that some of them are card board cut-outs.
    • Yes, I had a life size cut-out of Boba Fett in my house for way too long.
    • Then he saw Mella's life-size Angel cut-out and made a confused face.
    • The town water tower has a faded painting of the Man of Steel emblazoned on it; several stores have life-sized headless Superman cut-outs that you can pose behind if you're skinny enough.
    • The director who wins the most ‘bananas’ - a cut-out of a banana that is used to tally points on a scoreboard - wins a week of quality time with the resident gorilla.
    • My sister used to work in a record shop, and they'd frequently get life-sized cut-outs of stars to display on the premises, which would come to a horrible end in the alley round the back.
    • Unlike the previous years when the city's skyline used to be dotted with huge cut-outs of leaders, walls pasted with bills and streets littered with notices of various parties, they look barren still.
    • The ‘Vietnam film’ corner - bullet casings, camouflage nets - sits among full size cut-outs of obscure Hungarian heart-throbs.
    • Plastic cut-outs of school founders Marlene and George Edland will join thousands of others representing people from across the nation at Parliament House in Canberra.
    • At the top of the tube there are two opposed semi-circular cut-outs which allow the air at the end of the tube to communicate with the air in the small clearance area around the inside of the bulge.
    • When mounted externally the metal backing plate has two cut-outs to allow the tubing to pass outside the case.
    • However the panel has a cut-out which allows status information to be seen without needing to move the fascia, so presumably voice activation would be the simplest way of dialing a number.
    • The apple, pumpkin, and blueberry pies were all glazed a golden brown, decorated with fringes, cut-outs and cinnamon, and they were every bit as good as everyone had promised.
    • The fabrics and eclectic prints are worked in original ways, with the intersecting pieces creating cut-outs and keyholes.
    • Once your invites are complete, drop them in envelopes, address and decorate with festive fall stickers or cut-outs.
    • Houses are decorated with colourful festoons, stars and cut-outs depicting the Lord Jesus' life and, of course, the quintessential Christmas tree.
    • All this is why Herzigova's gold dress, slit to the waist with a cut-out at the hip, is such a salvation.
    • A row of diamond shaped cut-outs lined the right side of the dress.
    • In the picture you will notice the cut-out in the board.
    • The decor is simple, stylish and contemporary, in neutral colours, and not overdone - I particularly liked the strange cylindrical cut-outs in the ceiling.
    • Shapes are stencilled onto coloured papers to make cut-outs, and onto photos, for cropping them into interesting shapes.
    • Finally, above where their grandfather clock used to be, there was a cut-out of a square.
    • One is the text, the other the idiotic design - lots of totally meaningless diagonal lines and demented cut-outs dropped in irritating positions on potentially really nice and informative photos.
    • Now, many knives feature cut-outs, colored handles and fancy inlays.
    • It comes with a flip-up section and has cut-outs so that some important parts of the mainboard such as the OTES housing are visible.
    • The brutal cut-outs stand in effective stark contrast to the gentle, slow art of pinhole photography.
    • The front cut-outs on the bonnet have been sealed and air now flows in through the spoiler before heading to the brake ducts for extra cooling.
    • The RIB also takes on water over the transom far too easily, not just at the cut-out for the outboard but over the transom itself.
  • 2

    (switch)
    fusible masculine
    cortacircuitos masculine
    • But none of the ten brands provided for this non-self resetting thermal cut-out and, therefore, none conformed to the parameter for the abnormal operation test.
    • Brakes, overloads, spring catches, monitors and cut-outs that will prevent a lift full of punters from tumbling to a lifty death.
    • Lock-up is via a rising block that engages a cut-out in the steel barrel extension.