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A feminine noun is almost always used with feminine articles and adjectives (e.g. la mujer bonita, la luna llena).
1. (cylindrical container)
a. bucket
Llena la cubeta con agua y blanqueador.Fill the bucket with water and bleach.
b. pail
Saca la cubeta, así se llena con agua de lluvia.Take the pail outside so it gets filled with rain water.
2. (barrel)
a. keg
Estas cubetas solían estar llenas de cerveza.These kegs used to be full of beer.
b. small cask
A los marineros les quedaba solamente una cubeta con agua dulce.The sailors only had one small cask of drinking water left.
3. (chemistry)
a. tray
Mete la película en la cubeta que tiene el revelador.Place the film in the tray containing the developer.
4. (container for ice)
a. ice tray
Saca la cubeta del congelador y trae algunos hielos.Take out the ice tray from the freezer and bring some ice cubes.
5. (part of thermometer)
a. bulb
No calientes el agua rápido o la cubeta del termómetro podría estallar.Don't heat the water quickly or the thermometer bulb could break.
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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. (cuba pequeña)
a. bucket, pail
2. (de barómetro)
a. bulb
3. (photography)
a. tray
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1 (Fotografía) (Química) tray
2 [de barómetro, termómetro] bulb
3 (para hielo) ice tray
4 (tonel) keg; small cask
cubeta de siembra seed box
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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