chalk translation | English-Spanish dictionary



a       n     (Geol)   creta    f     ,   (for writing)    tiza    f  , gis    m     (Mex)  
a (piece of) chalk      una tiza    f  , un gis    m     (Mex)     
IDIOMS by a long chalk        (Brit)  
*   de lejos  
IDIOMS not by a long chalk        (Brit)  
*   ni con mucho, ni mucho menos  
IDIOMS to be as different as chalk and cheese      ser como el día y la noche  
b       vt  
escribir con tiza  
marcar con tiza  

chalk up      vt + adv     (lit)   apuntar     (fig)  
  [+success, victory]  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
chalk drawing n.
el pastel

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
ser como el día y la noche
de lejos
ni mucho menos
ni con mucho
una tiza
un gis
'chalk' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
chalk up a win
to chalk up a point
to be like chalk and cheese
they're as different as chalk and cheese
a piece of chalk
he beat the record by a long way {o} a long chalk
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"chalk": examples and translations in context
Osteomyelitis turns your bones to chalk. osteomielitis, transforma los huesos en tiza.
Here, Swiss cheese spliced with chalk and a beard. Aquí, queso suizo cruzado con tiza y una barba.
Class 14.12 Limestone, gypsum and chalk Clase 14.12 Piedra caliza, yeso y creta
Quarrying of limestone, gypsum and chalk Extracción de piedra caliza, yeso y creta
If your hands get sweaty, use some chalk. Si tu mano se vuelve sudorosa, pon yeso.
I'll bring you chalk to mark off the days. Le traeré tiza para marcar los días.
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