cardboard box

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Translations
caja americanacaja de solapascaja plegablecartón

cardboard box

n(scatola di) cartone m
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The first and foremost necessity was to place the morsels of paper (in flat cardboard boxes prepared for the purpose) in their order as they were found.
Her dresses overflowed the wardrobe and her room; large, flat, cardboard boxes were to be found in every corner of the upper floors.
Piles of cardboard boxes, such as milliners and dressmakers use in Europe, cumbered the corners; and by some means he had procured for himself the sort of furniture that might have come out of a respectable parlour in the East End of London --a horsehair sofa, arm-chairs of the same.
He emitted a faint moan from behind a pile of cardboard boxes on the table, which might have contained gloves or handkerchies or neckties.
It was almost completely dark in the narrow, cramped, low-pitched room, cumbered up with an enormous wardrobe and piles of cardboard boxes and all sorts of frippery and litter.
His business was the manufacture on a large scale of cardboard boxes.
Tenders are invited for Packaging tape adhesive polypropylene Lot 1: Polypropylene Adhesive packaging tape width 50 mm, length 990 lm for automatic sealing cardboard boxes with the finished product, Lot 2: Packaging tape adhesive polypropylene, shirinra 60 mm, length of 990 m n.
54 days) from colonies reared in cardboard boxes (Fig.
It turns out the Finnish government gives out 40,000 cardboard boxes to pregnant women who agree to have a medical exam during the first trimester of their pregnancy.
They bedded down for the night in cardboard boxes in the ruins of the Old Cathedral of Coventry to raise money for the charity St Basils on behalf of the Fine & Country Foundation.
Staff from Fine & Country Coventry slept in the ruins |of the Old Cathedral of Coventry in cardboard boxes
I absolutely love everything about this book and only wish it had been around when I spent many happy hours making castles, trains and cars out of cardboard boxes for my two sons when they were young.