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What pluma means in English?

What pluma means in English?

American Spanish, from Spanish, feather, from Latin, small soft feather.

Where do they say Esfero?

Esfero se usa mucho en Bogotá, Colombia. It means pen. You can also say lapicero o bolígrafo.

How do Dominicans say pen?

In countries such as Mexico, Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico, the word used for pen is “pluma” — which literally means “feather.” In countries such as Spain and the coastal cities of Colombia the word for pen is “bolígrafo.”

What is the difference between bolígrafo and pluma?

Although they both can work as synonyms, at least in where I live (Spain), there’s a clear difference between “bolígrafo” (also, “boli” for short) and “pluma”: a “boli” has a ball in the tip (as its name says so, “ball pen”). Also “plumas” usually are a lot more expensive than “bolígrafos”.

Does Pluma mean feather?

noun zoology A feather .

What does Pluma mean in slang?

Pluma can also be slang for “fart”

What is another word used for the ink pen instead of El bolígrafo?

So, birome is a combination of the names Bíró and Meyne. It is the short for bolígrafo and it is used in Spain. This is the general common word for a pen. Short for esferográfico and is commonly used in Colombia and Ecuador.

Who uses bolígrafo?

In Spain, lápiz is pencil, and we use bolígrafo (boli) for pen. Lapicero is not much used, but we will think it’s a pencil. In other countries, lápiz is pencil, and lapicero is pen.

Can pluma mean pen in Spanish?

In my Spanish book (I’m actually learning Spanish in Spain), it had “boligrafo” listed for “pen” but for Spanish/English translation websites, “pen” was translated as “pluma.”

What is a pen feather?

A quill is a writing tool made from a moulted flight feather (preferably a primary wing-feather) of a large bird. Quills were used for writing with ink before the invention of the dip pen, the metal-nibbed pen, the fountain pen, and, eventually, the ballpoint pen.