A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
masculine noun
1. (for notes)
a. notebook
Saquen sus cuadernos y tomen notas.Take out your notebooks and take notes.
Lo que voy a explicar a continuación viene en el examen, así que abran sus cuadernos y tomen notas.What I'm about to explain will be on the test, so open your notebooks and take notes.
2. (exercises)
a. exercise book
Por favor, hagan los ejercicios en la página 33 de sus cuadernos.Please do the exercises on page 33 of your exercise books.
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A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
1. (libreta)
a. notebook
2. (de colegial)
a. exercise book
cuaderno de anillasring binder
3. (nautical)
cuaderno de bitácoralogbook
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1 (para notas) notebook; (Escol) jotter; exercise book; workbook; (EEUU)
cuaderno de espiral spiral notebook; spiral-bound notebook
cuaderno de bitácora (Náutica) logbook
cuaderno de campo field diary
Cuaderno de Cortes (Hist) official parliamentary record
cuaderno de navegación logbook
cuaderno de trabajo logbook
2 (baraja) pack of cards
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