Definition of "techo" []

  • The three laws proposed by Sir Isaac Newton to define the concept of a force and describe motion, used as the basis of classical mechanics. (noun-plural)

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Use "techo" in a sentence
  • "I also think they'll have a strong appeal to the "techo" generation-young people, like my twenty-one year-old daughter who goes into withdrawal when her IPod isn't working, who uses a computer for everything, from keeping a virtual "diary" on Facebook to shopping online, and who can text faster with two thumbs than I can type on a keyboard with ten fingers!"
  • "Par. y Ur. Cobertizo con techo de paja sostenido solo por columnas, que se usa como resguardo en comidas al aire libre."
  • "Ellos están violando la ley pero no por eso es justo que se les tire a la calle y se les deje desamparados sin un techo."