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Past participle ofline. There are other translations for this conjugation.


An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (ruled)
a. pautado
I have to buy three notebooks with lined paper for my classes this fall.Tengo que comprar tres cuadernos con papel pautado para las clases de este otoño.
b. con renglones
Dania is just learning to write, so she needs lined paper.Dania está aprendiendo a escribir, así que necesita papel con renglones.
2. (having a lining)
a. forrado
Sherri's purse is lined with silk.El bolso de Sherri está forrado de seda.
3. (having a coating)
a. revestido
The pipe is lined with an epoxy resin to patch any small holes.El tubo está revestido de una resina epóxica para tapar los agujeros pequeños.
4. (wrinkled)
a. arrugado
Tory's face is lined from years of joyous laughter.La cara de Tory está arrugada como resultado de años de risa alegre.
5. (forming a border)
a. bordeado
The long drive up to the house was lined with tall cypresses.La larga avenida que llevaba a la casa estaba bordeada de cipreses altos.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (coat)
a. forrado(a)
lined [laɪnd]
[+paper] de rayas; pautado; [+face] arrugado
to become lined arrugarse
lined [laɪnd]
[+garment] forrado; con forro; (Téc) revestido;
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