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« Reply #30 on: March 16, 2010 11:00:35 PM »

Que bueno que han iniciado esto! Me gusta usar el nombre correcto de las cosas, aveces no se cual es y uso el de ingles Sad Este diccionario sera bien util para mi blog ya que escribo en ambos idiomas!
Its so good you have started this! I like using the correct name for things, sometimes I dont know and use the english name Sad This dictionary will be very useful for my blog since I wirte in both languages.
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« Reply #31 on: March 19, 2010 10:23:31 PM »

Its so good you have started this! I like using the correct name for things, sometimes I dont know and use the english name Sad This dictionary will be very useful for my blog since I wirte in both languages.

I'm glad to know the dictionary will be useful for you! Let me know if you can think of any words that should be here and haven't been included yet.

¡Me alegra saber que el diccionario te va a ser útil! Avísame si se te ocurre alguna palabra que debería estar aquí y aún no ha sido incluida.
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« Reply #32 on: March 20, 2010 10:33:11 PM »

Im havings troubles finding a good translation to "quilting" besides "colcha". My problem is that the term quilting is used for more than what "colcha" incorporates (wich is only the actual finished quilt) Hopefully someone can help me with this!
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« Reply #33 on: March 23, 2010 06:58:53 AM »

Im havings troubles finding a good translation to "quilting" besides "colcha". My problem is that the term quilting is used for more than what "colcha" incorporates (wich is only the actual finished quilt) Hopefully someone can help me with this!

maria isabel, that one I really don't know! I think technically they are the same thing, since the "colchas" I remember from my childhood had a certain resemblance... But Argentina clearly doesn't have the quilting culture there is here in the US.
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« Reply #34 on: March 23, 2010 10:15:13 AM »

Im havings troubles finding a good translation to "quilting" besides "colcha". My problem is that the term quilting is used for more than what "colcha" incorporates (wich is only the actual finished quilt) Hopefully someone can help me with this!

maria isabel, that one I really don't know! I think technically they are the same thing, since the "colchas" I remember from my childhood had a certain resemblance... But Argentina clearly doesn't have the quilting culture there is here in the US.
Exactly! There is not much quilting here in Puerto Rico, but I play around with it a lt and have a lot of trouble translating it!
OK another dilema: the word "tutorial"  Huh
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« Reply #35 on: March 28, 2010 01:36:27 AM »

Tutorial = tutorial.  Pl. tutoriales.

That one was easy Cheesy

About the quilting...  yes, the translation is shifty.  But if you think that "acolchado" is the technique for making something... er... quilted...  I think that's just the word you're looking for.  Any Spanish speaker hearing the word "acolchar" will picture this in their minds:
http://www.blanqueriaeuropea.com.ar/img/Category/54/296x296_acolchado.jpg
So yep, this is what you want.

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« Reply #36 on: March 29, 2010 10:35:16 AM »

a definition of tutorial, since it translates into the same word, would be a set of directions including pictures. instrucciones con fotos I believe... it's been a few years
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