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bow / arco
bow   1   [bəʊ]
A. -noun
1. (=weapon, music)   arco (m)
·bow and arrow
arco (m) y flechas
2. (=knot)   lazo (m)
·to tie a bow
·hacer un lazo
B. -compound
·bow legs   -noun plural   piernas feminine plural arqueadas
·bow tie   -noun   pajarita (f)
·bow window   -noun   mirador (m),   ventana (f) salediza
bow / reverencia
bow   2   [baʊ]
A. -noun
(=greeting)   reverencia (f)
·to make a bow
delante de),   hacer una reverencia   (to   a)
·to make one'noun bow
·presentarse,   debutar
·to take a bow
·salir a agradecer los aplausos,   salir a saludar
B. -transitive verb
1. (=lower)
[+head]   inclinar,   bajar
2. (=bend)
[+back]   encorvar,   doblar
[+branches]   inclinar,   doblar
3. ·to bow one'noun thanks
·inclinarse en señal de agradecimiento
C. -intransitive verb
1. (in greeting)   inclinarse   (to   delante de),   hacer una reverencia   (to   a)
a. to bow and scrape   mostrarse demasiado solícito
2. (=bend)
[branch etcetera]   arquearse,   doblarse
·to bow beneath
(figurative)   estar agobiado por
3. (figurative)
(=yield)   inclinarse or ceder   (to   ante)
·to bow to the inevitable
·resignarse a lo inevitable
bow / proa
A. -noun
also bows   proa (f)
·on the port/starboard bow
·a babor/estribor
a. a shot across the bows   un cañonazo de advertencia
B. -compound
·bow doors   -noun plural   portónoun (m) de proa
·bow wave   -noun   ola causada por un barco al desplazarse por el agua
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged and Audio Headword Pronunciation (Spanish) 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co Ltd. 1971,1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992,1993,1996,1997,2000,2003,2005.
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