"sandwich" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

sandwich
[ˈsændwɪtʃ]
sustantivo
1. sándwich (m) (with sliced bread); bocadillo (m) (with French bread) (español de España)sándwich (m) (Am)sándwiche (m) (CSur)sánduche (m) (español de Colombia)torta (f) (español de México)
  • sandwich bar -> sandwichería (f) (británico)
  • sandwich course (educación) -> curso (m) teórico-práctico
  • sandwich filling -> relleno (m)
verbo transitivo
2. intercalar
  • to be sandwiched (between) -> estar encajonado(a) (entre)

sandwich [sand-uich]
sustantivo
1. Sandwich, emparedado.
2. Combinación de dos cosas iguales con una distinta en el medio.
  • Sandwich man -> individuo metido entre dos carteles anunciadores que ambula por las calles
va. Colocar entre dos capas, intercalar.

sandwich [ˈsænwɪdʒ]
noun
(with French bread) bocadillo (m); (Esp) sandwich (m); especially (LAm) emparedado (m); especially (LAm) (with sliced bread) sandwich (m);
verb:transitive
(also sandwich in) [+person, appointment etc] intercalar
to sandwich sth between two things hacer un hueco para algo entre dos cosas
modifier
sandwich bar (n) bar (m) de bocadillos; bocadillería (f)
sandwich board (n) cartelón (m) que lleva el hombre-anuncio; (que lleva el hombre-anuncio)
sandwich course (n) (Univ) etc programa que intercala períodos de estudio con prácticas profesionales
sandwich man sandwich men (plural) (n) hombre-anuncio (m)

Verb Conjugations for "sandwich" (go to el sandwich, el bocadillo)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I sandwich I sandwiched I will sandwich
you sandwich you sandwiched you will sandwich
he/she sandwiches he/she sandwiched he/she will sandwich
we sandwich we sandwiched we will sandwich
you sandwich you sandwiched you will sandwich
they sandwich they sandwiched they will sandwich
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