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Meanings of "reinforce" in Spanish English Dictionary : 20 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
reinforce reforzar [v]
reinforce armar [v]
General
reinforce guarnecer [v]
reinforce apuntalar [v]
reinforce barretear [v]
reinforce afianzar [v]
reinforce afiatar (italiano) [v] CL AR
reinforce potenciar [v]
Business
reinforce rebatir [v]
reinforce afianzar [v]
reinforce reforzar [v]
Engineering
reinforce armar [v]
reinforce embonar [v]
Construction
reinforce armar [v]
reinforce acodalar [v]
reinforce acodar [v]
Technical
reinforce reforzar [v]
Maritime
reinforce afelpar [v]
Petrol
reinforce armar [v]
Environment
reinforce fortalecer [v]

Meanings of "reinforce" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 18 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
cover or reinforce with boards entablar [v]
General
reinforce with iron bars embarrotar [v]
draft animal placed to reinforce another cadenera [f] AR UY rur.
metal sheet to reinforce the frame or molding fajilla [f] HN
fill a hollow with building material to reinforce it (construction site) amacizar [v] MX
wrap something with several twists of string to reinforce it entisar [v] CU
used to imitate the sound of cracking knuckles, especially those of the hands or feet, to reinforce one's position ¡cuy! [interj] EC
draft animal placed to reinforce another cadenero [m] AR UY rur.
piece of metal that is placed between the sole and the template to reinforce the shoes cambrallón [m] HN
piece of metal that is placed between the sole and the template to reinforce the shoes cambrallón [m] HN
piece of metal that is placed between the sole and the template to reinforce the shoes cambrellón [m] NI
reinforce seams cachirulear [v] MX
Phrases
it is used to reinforce or intensify the value of the name that precedes it (generally to indicate annoyance or resignation to the appearance of something that is repeated a lot) que te crio
Construction
reinforce coating reforzar con tela [v]
reinforce a structure with bars encabillar [v] CU VE
Architecture
reinforce the foundation of a building recalzar [v]
Maritime
rider, piece of timber to reinforce a vessel cochinata [f]
Mining
reinforce with rock walls to avoid collapse potear [v] BO:Sw