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Present participleconjugation ofprotrude.


An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. saliente
When David took his shirt off, you could see his protruding ribs.Cuando David se quitó la camisa se le veían las costillas salientes.
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A climber needs to be good to get over those protruding ledges.Un escalador tiene que ser bueno para superar esas cornisas que sobresalen.
I snagged my jacket on a protruding nail.Me enganché la chaqueta en un clavo que sobresalía.
c. prominente
All three children have the same protruding jaw as their father.Los tres hijos tienen la mandíbula prominente igual que el padre.
d. saltón
Some people are born with protruding eyes but in others they result from a medical condition.Algunas personas nacen con los ojos saltones pero en otras son el resultado de un problema médico.
e. salido
Protruding teeth can be corrected by wearing braces.Los dientes salidos se pueden corregir con el uso de aparatos dentales.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (ledge)
a. saliente
2. (jaw, teeth)
a. prominente
protruding [prəˈtruːdɪŋ]
saliente; sobresaliente; [+eye, tooth] saltón;
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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