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From the English verb cover:
covering is:
   Gerund

covering  Noun
  1. Translate "covering" to Spanish: revestimiento, protector, revestido
    English Synonyms of "covering": coating, cladding, liner, plating, recapping, overlay
    Define meaning of "covering": An artifact that covers something else (usually to protect or shelter or conceal it). ; A natural object that covers or envelops.
  2. Under a covering of dust.
    The fox was flushed from its cover.

  3. Translate "covering" to Spanish: encubrimiento, cobertura, tapamiento
    English Synonyms of "covering": concealment, cover-up, covering up, covering up of a crime, coverup, hiding
    Define meaning of "covering": The act of concealing the existence of something by obstructing the view of it.
  4. The cover concealed their guns from enemy aircraft.

  5. Translate "covering" to Spanish: cubrimiento

covering  Adjective
  1. Translate "covering" to Spanish: tapador

Conceptually-related expressions of "covering"
cover  Verb
Plural: covers
  1. Translate "cover" to Spanish: cubrir, tapar, rebozar
    English Synonyms of "cover": cover over, cover up, put a cap on, cap, seal
    Define meaning of "cover": Provide with a covering or cause to be covered. ; Put something on top of something else. ; Spread over a surface to conceal or protect.
  2. Ilse covers the remains of the body, Ilse cubre los restos del cuerpo.
    Cover her face with a handkerchief.
    Cover the child with a blanket.
    Cover the grave with flowers.
    Cover the meat with a lot of gravy.
    This paint covers well.

  3. Translate "cover" to Spanish: cubrir, informar acerca de, reportar sobre, reportear
    English Synonyms of "cover": report on, give an account of, tell about, give a report on, report
    Define meaning of "cover": Be responsible for reporting the details of, as in journalism.
  4. Snow reported on China in the 1950's.
    The cub reporter covered New York City.

  5. Translate "cover" to Spanish: abrigar, cobijar, dar cubierta, aconchar
    English Synonyms of "cover": protect, shelter, give cover, give shelter, keep warm, wrap up
    Define meaning of "cover": Clothe, as if for protection from the elements.
  6. Ann covers the child at night, Ana abriga al niño en la noche.
    Cover your head!

  7. Translate "cover" to Spanish: recubrir, cubrir, cubrir con una capa
    English Synonyms of "cover": coat, apply a coat to, line, overlie, overlay, recap
    Define meaning of "cover": Form a cover over. ; Put something on top of something else.
  8. The grass covered the grave.
    Cover the meat with a lot of gravy.

  9. Translate "cover" to Spanish: encubrir, esconder, cubrir, echar tierra a
    English Synonyms of "cover": cover up, disguise, hush up, occult, cloak, conceal, dissimulate
    Define meaning of "cover": Cover as if with a shroud. ; Hide from view or knowledge.
  10. The origins of this civilization are shrouded in mystery.
    The President covered the fact that he bugged the offices in the White House.

  11. Translate "cover" to Spanish: cubrir con una tapa, tapar por completo
    English Synonyms of "cover": cover up, cover with a lid, lid
    Define meaning of "cover": Put something on top of something else.
  12. Cover the meat with a lot of gravy.

  13. Translate "cover" to Spanish: satisfacer, cubrir
    English Synonyms of "cover": fit, fulfill, answer, come up to, comply with, satisfy, suit, fulfil
    Define meaning of "cover": Maintain a check on; especially by patrolling. ; Protect or defend (a position in a game). ; Help out by taking someone's place and temporarily assuming his responsibilities.
  14. This covers (satisfies) our needs.., Esto cubre nuestras necesidades.
    The second officer covered the top floor.
    He covered left field.
    She is covering for our secretary who is ill this week.

  15. Translate "cover" to Spanish: proveer de fondos, cubrir, hacerse cargo de pagar
    English Synonyms of "cover": fund, provide with funds, cover for, furnish cover, provide cover, provide cover for
    Define meaning of "cover": Be sufficient to meet, defray, or offset the charge or cost of. ; Provide for.
  16. Is this enough to cover the check?
    The grant doesn't cover my salary.

  17. Translate "cover" to Spanish: poner un velo sobre
    English Synonyms of "cover": hide, cover with a veil, veil
    Define meaning of "cover": Cover as if with a shroud. ; Prevent from being seen or discovered.


  18. Translate "cover" to Spanish: forrar
    English Synonyms of "cover": line

  19. Translate "cover" to Spanish: apañar
    English Synonyms of "cover": cover for, cover up for, protect
    Define meaning of "cover": Protect or defend (a position in a game).
  20. He covered left field.

  21. Translate "cover" to Spanish: considerar, contemplar
    English Synonyms of "cover": include, encompass, envisage


  22. Translate "cover" to Spanish: sustituir temporalmente
    English Synonyms of "cover": replace someone temporarily, cover up for

cover  Noun
  1. Translate "cover" to Spanish: cubierta, tapa, tapadera, tapador, cobertera
    English Synonyms of "cover": lid, cap
    Define meaning of "cover": Covering for a hole (especially a hole in the top of a container).
  2. He removed the top of the carton.
    He couldn't get the top off of the bottle.
    Put the cover back on the kettle.

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  3. Translate "cover" to Spanish: refugio, abrigo, cobijo
    English Synonyms of "cover": refuge, shelter, asylum, haven, place of refuge, roof, harbor, harbour
    Define meaning of "cover": A shelter from danger or hardship. ; A safe place.


  4. Translate "cover" to Spanish: portada, cubierta
    English Synonyms of "cover": book cover, jacket, liner, record sleeve, sleeve
    Define meaning of "cover": The front and back covering of a book.
  5. The book had a leather binding.

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  6. Translate "cover" to Spanish: cobertura, cobija
    Define meaning of "cover": A natural object that covers or envelops.
  7. Under a covering of dust.
    The fox was flushed from its cover.

  8. Translate "cover" to Spanish: cobertor, tilma
    English Synonyms of "cover": bedspread, counterpane, coverlet, blanket
    Define meaning of "cover": Bedding that keeps a person warm in bed.
  9. He pulled the covers over his head and went to sleep.


  10. Translate "cover" to Spanish: escondite, escondrijo, acechadera
    English Synonyms of "cover": hiding-place, hide-out, hideaway, hideout, hiding, cache, concealment, bolt hole, hidey-hole
    Define meaning of "cover": A covering that serves to conceal or shelter something.
  11. They crouched behind the screen.
    Under cover of darkness.

  12. Translate "cover" to Spanish: cubierta, funda
    English Synonyms of "cover": sleeve, case, tick, sheath
    Define meaning of "cover": Small case into which an object fits.

  13. Translate "cover" to Spanish: envoltorio
    English Synonyms of "cover": wrapping, binder, wrapper
    Define meaning of "cover": An enveloping bandage. ; The covering (usually paper or cellophane) in which something is wrapped.


  14. Translate "cover" to Spanish: canción interpretada por artistas distintos a quienes la escribieron
    English Synonyms of "cover": song played by artists other than those who made it

  15. Translate "cover" to Spanish: protección
    English Synonyms of "cover": protection, guard, refuge, roof, succor
    Define meaning of "cover": The activity of protecting someone or something.; Kindly endorsement and guidance.; The condition of being protected.

Verb Conjugation for "cover"
Gerund: covering

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Conceptually-related expressions of "cover"
additional premium for short period cover
air cover
alternate cover test
antiaircraft cover
automatic cover
azimuthal cover
back cover
back-cover description
bank deposit cover
barracks cover
battery cover
be placed under cover
be under cover
blow one's cover
blow someone's cover
book cover
break cover
brush cover
canvas cover
check without cover
cheese cover
cheque without cover
combination cover
comforter cover
corset cover
cut-and-cover excavation
cylinder head cover
decorative car wheel cover
dividend cover
don't judge a book by its cover
drop cover
dust cover
duvet cover
exchange cover
extent to cover
extra cover
eye cover
financial cover
find cover
float chamber cover
forest cover
forward cover
full-cover insurance
fund to cover liabilities
furnish cover
get down and take cover
get under cover
give cover
give cover to
global cover
gold cover
ground cover
ground cover plant
gun cover
hand cover
hard-cover
hard pasteboard used to make book covers
hinged end cover
hobby of collecting of airmail covers
inspection cover
judge not a book by its cover
knife coverer
land cover
land cover mapping
large drinking mug with a hinged cover
loose cover
manhole cover
open cover
outside cover
pail cover
place under cover
plant cover
plastic row cover
potato coverer
provide cover
provide cover for
quilt cover
radiator cover
radiator winter cover
re-cover
rear cover
row cover
run for cover
screen with a touch-sensitive transparent panel for commands that covers it
seat cover
seed coverer
seek cover
seek cover from
shade cover
shading cover
slide cover
slip cover
snow cover
soft-cover book
stiff heavy paperboard used for book covers
table cover
take cover
take off the cover of
take the cover off
tarpaulin cover
tire cover
tonneau cover
tree cover
turn over the cover
tyre cover
under cover
under cover of
under my cover
under plain cover
under separate cover
under the cover of
under the same cover
valve cover
valve spring cover
wicker basket with a cover
wing cover
wire cover
with springs enclosed within a padded fabric cover
without cover
write a check without having funds to cover it
writing table cover
you can't judge a book by its cover
you can't tell a book by its cover
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