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Question Perfect binding

–noun Bookbinding . a technique for binding books by a machine that cuts off the backs of the sections and glues the leaves to a cloth or paper backing.

Also called adhesive binding

How do you say it in Spanish, ¿encuadernado adhesivo?
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What about encuadernado rústica?
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Hey, that's right! ("Encuadernado en rústica")
Thank you very much! (Just add the "en" as it is a 'cliché', per Moliner, En rústica. Se aplica a la manera de estar encuadernado un libro cuando solamente tiene tapas de papel o cartulina.
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I'm glad I could help! Working with books all day every day has made me well acquainted with different types of bindings

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Pues, ¡reitero mi agradecimiento! (It is funny, because I knew the term, but didn't click...) So, glad that you are around here!
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