Traducción de envelope en español:


sobre, n.

Pronunciación /ˈɛnvəˌloʊp/ /ˈɑnvəˌloʊp/ /ˈɛnvələʊp/ /ˈɒnvələʊp/

Ver definición en español de sobre


  • 1

    (for letter)
    sobre masculino
    a sealed envelope un sobre cerrado / sellado
    • They are all instant communications that are far less bother than putting pen to paper, finding an envelope, licking the flap, sticking on a stamp and popping it in a post box.
    • It is enclosed in a sealed envelope along with this letter.
    • Each letter had a small number in the corner on the backside of the letter; in the envelope was just paper, nothing else.
    • Returning envelopes containing ballot papers are also distinctively marked to aid sorting.
    • What made it worse was they had not paid enough postage for the weight of paper the envelopes contained.
    • In the latest incident, at 12.30 pm on Sunday, a 93-year-old woman had a brown envelope containing documents stolen.
    • The letters contained a smaller envelope each, with the defendant's name on three of these and a further two names on the other two.
    • The pens and pencils were in a can on the corner, a small box contained crisp white envelopes, extra paper was in a folder, and a stack of manuscripts sat on the far side of the desk.
    • Many of those in the line clutched envelopes containing documents such as birth and marriage certificates, along with photographs.
    • My boss handed me the envelope containing the necessary papers.
    • The paperwork involved is horrendous - ballot papers, witness forms, pre-paid envelopes, ballot paper envelopes and explanatory notes.
    • To maintain secrecy, the return ballot paper envelope had a detachable flap on which the voter filled in their details.
    • She was typing letters, envelopes and handwriting appointments onto paper planners that were stuffed in ragged edged file folders.
    • Residents will have until January 6 to return the ballot paper in the pre-paid envelope which will come with the letter.
    • Completed questionnaires were mailed back to the research team in self-addressed, stamped envelopes enclosed with the surveys.
    • Declined manuscripts will be returned if stamped, self-addressed envelopes are enclosed with submissions.
    • For years, the yellowing envelope and the letter it contained were kept solely for nostalgia value, despite being pressed into service as a humble bookmark.
    • Each survey was enclosed in a stamped envelope, addressed to the researcher.
    • The soldier would then enclose his ballot and the thrice-signed document in an envelope.
    • New product areas would include drawing paper, envelopes, greetings cards and stationary folders.
  • 2

    envoltura femenino
    • In summer the fan is reversed, cooling the building by drawing fresh air through louvres in the external envelope.
    • In addition to serving as a semipermeable layer, the envelope in cucumber, muskmelon, and other cucurbitaceous seeds is known to act as the primary barrier to radicle emergence.
    • Construction of the house commenced on-site on October 14 and the structural envelope was erected in an incredible five days.
    • Located at the outer edges of the building and formed by the external envelope, these lofts are moulded by folds that are conspicuous both inside and out.
    • Its strong external envelope, made from several distinct Titanium shells, will protect it from the dangers of a long flight in space's hostile environment.
    • ‘I wanted to hint at the modern interior that's behind the historic external envelope,’ he says.
    • This provides a visually intricate envelope to the external public space and assists night-time security to the main entrance.
    • Concrete grade beams spanning between the caissons were used to accommodate external envelope conditions and elevator pits.
    • A sea-urchin egg is surrounded by a protective covering known as the vitelline envelope, which in turn is covered with a thick coat of jelly.
    • Suppose the atmosphere of our planet to be surrounded by an envelope impervious to light, with an aperture on the sunward side, through which a solar beam could enter and cross our atmosphere.
    • In this approach they have the patient stay within the envelope and only use a comfortable range of energy expenditure.
    • The laboratory blocks within the overall envelope are linked by walkways, bridges and meeting platforms.
    • The observed tide is a result of the rotation of the Earth within the envelope of the two deformations, which remain fixed in orientation relative to the Moon and Sun.
    • We checked in with the frigate, made sure her winds were within our approach envelope, and landed at 0757.
    • It was however still possible to tell the location of the nuclear envelope to within 1-2 m.
    • Then I fly the boom around to make sure it can fly within the prescribed envelope.
    • The bones of the ankles and feet also took on a paddle shape, and individual digits were closely packed within a streamlining envelope of soft tissue.
    • No one can do any work within the structural envelope of the building.
    • But it is noticeable that, even within the overall envelope of European culture, it is all too easy for despotism, of one sort or another, to become the ruling paradigm.
    • Providers know that they have to work within the envelope of resources earned by the insurance plan.
  • 3

    envoltura femenino
    • The insertion of the fusion peptide in the host membrane provides the necessary link between the viral envelope and the cell membrane.
    • The departing viruses therefore have an envelope that can fuse with the membranes of nearby cells, allowing the virus to enter.
    • The cell envelope of gram-positive bacteria consists of the cytoplasmic membrane and a cell wall.
    • Evidence suggesting the existence of multiple import pathways at the outer envelope membrane for different classes of precursor proteins has been presented.
    • As the infection progresses, however, each sequential form of the virus envelope increasingly escapes detection.