Translation of felt-tip pen in Spanish:

felt-tip pen

rotulador, n.

Pronunciation /ˌfɛltˌtɪp ˈpɛn/

See Spanish definition of rotulador


(felt pen)
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    rotulador masculine
    marcador masculine Latin America
    • I need a couple of ball points, a felt tip and a couple of gel roller ones.
    • Mark the wall with a felt-tip pen or dark pencil through the circled hole.
    • Next, using a felt tip or pencil, draw lines parallel to the edges of the tile to be replaced, about one inch in from the edge.
    • A 15-year-old, who lives in central Littleborough, used a felt-tip pen to write on walls at Littleborough Community Primary School.
    • My so-called life as a designer means that doodles and dotted lines, boxes and arrows are the atoms of understanding I have to construct in my notebook with a black felt-tip pen.
    • Or you can simply paint them all over with a red felt-tip pen.
    • There are a couple of patches where the paint's gone, but nothing that can't be filled in with touch-up paint, or a blue felt-tip pen.
    • The procedure was split into two parts: the first was to mark the ‘targets’ on my body with a felt-tip pen.
    • With a felt-tip pen, he drew a line on the block and hammered it a couple of times to make it fit its neighboring ones.
    • I actually wrote out betting slips for myself, with a felt-tip pen and post-it notes.
    • If it helps to draw on a couple of eyes with a felt tip then go right ahead.
    • When she found one she marked it with a felt tip pen.
    • I remember the hamster incident but not the felt tip pens.
    • Someone had written my name across it in a black felt tip pen.
    • Within minutes, Ben had got his felt tip pen out and was happily writing his name on it.
    • It was done completely with highlighters, and a black felt tip pen.
    • Trace the pattern outlines using wax chalk, a soap sliver, a felt-tip pen or an air-soluble marker that contrasts with the fabric backing.
    • Conner found that both the felt-tip pen and marker enabled him to free the mark from any descriptive function.
    • There was a moment of odd silence but after that she nodded and she handed the black felt tip over to him moments later.