cane

cane
kein
1. noun
1) (the stem of certain types of plant (eg sugar plant, bamboo etc).) caña
2) (a stick used as an aid to walking or as an instrument of punishment: He beat the child with a cane.) bastón

2. verb
(to beat with a cane: The schoolmaster caned the boy.) castigar con la palmeta
cane n
1. caña
sugar cane caña de azúcar
2. mimbre
a cane chair una silla de mimbre
3. bastón
he walks with a cane camina con un bastón
cane
tr[keɪn]
noun
1 SMALLBOTANY/SMALL (of bamboo) caña; (of raspberry, blackberry, etc) tallo leñoso
2 (stick) bastón nombre masculino; (for punishment) vara
3 (furniture) mimbre nombre masculino
4 (for plants) rodrigón nombre masculino
transitive verb
1 castigar con la palmeta
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
cane chair silla de mimbre
cane ['keɪn] vt, caned ; caning
1) : tapizar (muebles) con mimbre
2) flog: azotar con una vara
cane n
1) : bastón m (para andar), vara f (para castigar)
2) reed: caña f, mimbre m (para muebles)
cane
n.
bastón s.m.
caña s.f.
palmatoria s.f.
palmeta s.f.
v.
apelar v.
bastonear v.

I keɪn
noun
1)
a) c (of bamboo) caña f
b) c (sugar cane) caña f de azúcar
c) u (for wickerwork) mimbre m
2) c (walking stick) bastón m; (for punishment) palmeta f; (for supporting plants) rodrigón m, tutor m

he got the cane — le dieron con la palmeta


II
transitive verb castigar* con la palmeta
[keɪn]
1. N
1) (Bot) caña f ; (for baskets, chairs etc) mimbre m
2) (=stick) (for walking) bastón m ; (for punishment) vara f , palmeta f

to get the cane — (Scol) ser castigado con la vara or palmeta

2.
VT [+ pupil] castigar con la vara or palmeta
3.
CPD

cane chair N — silla f de mimbre

cane liquor N — caña f

cane sugar N — azúcar m de caña

* * *

I [keɪn]
noun
1)
a) c (of bamboo) caña f
b) c (sugar cane) caña f de azúcar
c) u (for wickerwork) mimbre m
2) c (walking stick) bastón m; (for punishment) palmeta f; (for supporting plants) rodrigón m, tutor m

he got the cane — le dieron con la palmeta


II
transitive verb castigar* con la palmeta

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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