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From the English verb surface:
surfacing is:
   Gerund

surfacing  Noun
  1. Translate "surfacing" to Spanish: revestimiento, recubrimiento
    English Synonyms of "surfacing": coating, covering, cladding, liner, plating, recapping, overlay
    Define meaning of "surfacing": A thin layer covering something.

  2. Translate "surfacing" to Spanish: aplanamiento
    English Synonyms of "surfacing": flattening, flattening-out, smoothing, levelling

  3. Translate "surfacing" to Spanish: afino del suelo, emparejado del suelo
    English Synonyms of "surfacing": scraping

Conceptually-related expressions of "surfacing"
surface  Verb
Plural: surfaces
  1. Translate "surface" to Spanish: salir a la superficie, aparecerse, emerger, aflorar, asomar, hacer aparición, surgir
    English Synonyms of "surface": appear, emerge, show up, bob up, come to the surface, rise to the surface, materialize
    Define meaning of "surface": Appear or become visible; make a showing. ; Come to the surface.
  2. She turned up at the funeral.
    I hope the list key is going to surface again.

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  3. Translate "surface" to Spanish: alisar
    English Synonyms of "surface": plane, roll out, rub down, sleek, smooth, smooth away, smooth flat, smooth out
    Define meaning of "surface": Cut or remove with or as if with a plane. ; Make even or smooth, with or as with a carpenter's plane.

  4. Translate "surface" to Spanish: salir a la superficie
    English Synonyms of "surface": become known, leak out

  5. Translate "surface" to Spanish: transparentar, revelar, dejar traslucir
    English Synonyms of "surface": disclose, bare, bespeak, blow the lid off, deliver, divulge, reveal, show, show out, show through
    Define meaning of "surface": Make known to the public information that was previously known only to a few people or that was meant to be kept a secret. ; Disclose to view as by removing a cover.

  6. Translate "surface" to Spanish: ser traído a discusión
    English Synonyms of "surface": be raised for discussion, come into question, come up, enter into consideration

surface  Noun
  1. Translate "surface" to Spanish: superficie, área
    English Synonyms of "surface": area, exposed part, surface area
    Define meaning of "surface": The outer boundary of an artifact or a material layer constituting or resembling such a boundary. ; A superficial aspect as opposed to the real nature of something.; The extended two-dimensional outer boundary of a three-dimensional object. ; The outermost level of the land or sea.
  2. There is a special cleaner for these surfaces.
    The cloth had a pattern of red dots on a white surface.
    It was not what it appeared to be on the surface.
    They skimmed over the surface of the water.
    A brush small enough to clean every dental surface.
    The sun has no distinct surface.
    Earthquakes originate far below the surface.
    Three quarters of the Earth's surface is covered by water.

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  3. Translate "surface" to Spanish: superficie
    English Synonyms of "surface": area
    Define meaning of "surface": The outer boundary of an artifact or a material layer constituting or resembling such a boundary.
  4. There is a special cleaner for these surfaces.
    The cloth had a pattern of red dots on a white surface.

  5. Translate "surface" to Spanish: tierra
    English Synonyms of "surface": floor, ground
    Define meaning of "surface": The outermost level of the land or sea.
  6. Earthquakes originate far below the surface.
    Three quarters of the Earth's surface is covered by water.

  7. Translate "surface" to Spanish: cara exterior, superficie
    English Synonyms of "surface": superficies, outer face


  8. Translate "surface" to Spanish: aspecto puramente externo, apariencia externa, apariencia superficial, superficie
    English Synonyms of "surface": purely external aspect, superficial appearance, superficies, outward appearance, exterior appearance, outward show, livery

surface  Adjective
  1. Translate "surface" to Spanish: de la superficie, superficial
    English Synonyms of "surface": superficial, of the surface, skin
    Define meaning of "surface": Involving a surface only. ; Relating to a surface.

Verb Conjugation for "surface"
Gerund: surfacing

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Conceptually-related expressions of "surface"
a lie lasts as long as the truth does not surface
ability of flashes of lightning to produce photographic images of objects upon a surface
abrasive surface
absence of roughness on a surface
accumulation of a substance on a surface
active surface
adhesion to a surface
affecting surface tension
air-to-surface
air-to-surface missile
antenna footprint on the Earth's surface
anterior calcaneal articular surface
anterior surface
apparent wobble or rocking motion of the moon's visible surface
applied to the surface
articular surface
axial surface
bad surface
balancing occlusal surface
balancing occlusal surfaces
basal surface
bearing surface
below the water's surface
below the water surface
big-surfaced
body surface area
boundary surface
braking surface
branch of geology concerned with the physical and chemical effects of water on the earth's surface
brightness of surface
bristle lying flat or pressed against the surface
bristles lying flat or pressed against the surface
buccal surface
by surface mail
calculus surface index
cerebral surface
clean off the surface
color surface
come to the surface
come to the surface that
commercial data network extended over a considerably-sized geographical surface
complete reflective surface
concave surface
conical surface
contact surface
contraction of the skin of the epigastric region by stimulating its surface
control surface
convex surface
corrugated-surface antenna
costal surface
cup-shaped hollow pounded in a surface
curved surface
deep cleft in the earth's surface
dense tuft of microscopic hairs on the legs of some spiders that enables them to climb smooth surfaces
dense tufts of microscopic hairs on the legs of some spiders that enable them to climb smooth surfaces
denture basal surface
denture foundation surface
denture impression surface
denture occlusal surface
denture polished surface
developable surface
device used to recover oil from the water surface
dialysing surface
dialyzing surface
diaphragmatic surface
dip on the road surface
distal surface
dorsal surface
drainage channel at the side of a road or street for evacuating surface water
dressing of a road surface
engrave or incise into the surface of
enveloping surface
eruption on a mucous surface
extensor surface
external surface
fabric having an embossed or puckered effect on its surface
fabric made of silk and wool or cotton with a watered finish in its surface
facial surface
figure or pattern impressed by the striking of lightning upon a surface
filaments secreted by bivalve molluscs to attach themselves to hard surfaces
flashy surface
flexor surface
float to the surface
flow of power into the surface
formation of white patches in the surface
formed at depths beneath the earth's surface
formed far below the earth surface
friction surface
glassy or crystalline rock formed by the heat generated during the impact of a meteor on the earth's surface
glassy surface
glazed surface
glenoid surface
glide on a surface
glide smoothly over a surface
glossy surface
graze the surface
grinding surface
ground surface spraying
grounded surface
handmade paper with a rough parchment-like surface
harvesting equipment for surface vegetables
harvesting machine for surface vegetables
heating surface
hepatitis B surface antigen
hidden surface
ice surface
impression surface
incisal surface
inferior cerebral surface
inferior surface
instrument measuring the amount of dew deposited on a surface
interfacial surface tension
internal surface
irregular and slight swelling on a surface
irrigation by surface flooding
join edge to edge or overlap so as to form a smooth surface
labial surface
large circular shield of metal with a convex outer and a concave inner surface
large mass of intruded igneous rock solidified far below the earth surface
large-surfaced
lateral surface
leaf that has unlike tissues on the upper and lower surfaces
linear elevation descending from the tip of the apex toward the center of the occlusal surface
lingual surface
loading surface
lower lid surface
lustrous surface
major surface glycoprotein
masticatory surface
mathematical study and description of surfaces
medial surface
method for printing which uses a stone or a metal plate with a completely smooth surface
middle calcaneal articular surface
moldboard with helical surface
more on the surface
mucous surface cell
napped surface
near the earth's surface
near the water's surface
non-reflecting surface
nonskid surface
occlusal surface
ocean-surface
of the surface
olane determined by a given ray incident on a surface
on the earth's surface
on the surface
on the surface of
on water's surface
orbital surface
outer surface
painting or art work textured by rubbing lead or colorant over a rugged surface
palatine surface
perfect reflecting surface
perfectly conducting surface
petroleum surface right
petroleum surface rights
photoelectric device for measuring the height of clouds from the Earth's surface
piece of waterproof fabric used for sitting on wet surfaces
pink discoloration of barbecued meat just under the surface crust
plane down the surfaces of
plane surface
polished surface
posterior surface
printing surface
process for printing which uses a plane flat surface
process which causes congestion at the skin surface
produce a crackled surface on
protruding excess on a badly-finished surface
proximal surface
quartering of road surface
raise a fuzzy surface on
ratio of decayed and filled surfaces
raw surface
raw untanned leather with a granular surface
reflection of glittering colors like those of the rainbow from a surface
reflex produced by stimulation of the body surface
remove from the surface
remove off the surface
remove the foam and slag off the surface of
renal surface
represented or formed by depressions in the general surface
restoration of road surface
ridge formed by the joining of two architectural surfaces
riding surface
right of surface occupation
ringworm of the general surface
rise to the surface
road riding surface
road surface
road surface chippings
roughly finished metallic surface
rubbing surface
sail surface
scrape the surface
sculptured production in which the figures are sunk below the general surface
sea-surface
seed surface coating
shiny surface
silk-and-wool or rayon-and-cotton fabric with a slightly ribbed or pebbly surface
sink beneath the surface
skewed rough surface
skin-surface
slope of the surface
smooth surface
smooth surface caries
smooth surface cavity
sound produced by rubbing the pleural surfaces
sown surface
spherical surface
steering clutch friction surface
stomach mucosa surface cell
study of shadows cast by forms on plain surfaces
subocclusal surface
sudden and violent physical phenomenon producing changes in the earth's surface
superior surface
surface-to-surface
surface-to-surface missile
sweating of road surface
tarmacadam surface
tarred road surface
temporal surface
temporary road surface
tendency of polarized light to change its orientation when reflected by a magnetized surface
tentorial surface
thin ice covering a surface
twisted surface
two dimensions that represent quantity or surface extension
under-the-surface
under the water's surface
under the water surface
underneath the surface
uneven surface
upper lid surface
variant surface glycoprotein
velvety surface
ventral surface
vestibular surface
visual arts techniche of obtaining textural effects by rubbing lead or colorant over a rugged surface
wall painting done on a dry plaster surface
warped surface
water current below the surface flowing in a direction contrary to the water on the surface
wearing surface
wetness of surface road
which exhibits a downward convexity because of the unequal growth of its two surfaces
which has a hard and smooth shiny surface
which has a pattern stamped upon the surface
which has a smooth glossy surface
which has both surfaces concave
which has differentiated front and back surfaces
which has spots formed by abrasion of the surface
with a smooth surface
with molar teeth with crescentic ridges and rounded cusps on the occlusal surface
with molar teeth with transverse ridges and rounded cusps on the occlusal surface
work surface
working occlusal surface
working surface
yawning fissure in the earth's surface
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