bench Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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benchnoun [C]

 us   /bentʃ/
a long seat for two or more people, often of wood and usually used outside: a park bench The bench is a court of law, or the place where a judge or judges sit in court: Face the bench when you are talking, Mr. Smith.
Translations of “bench”
in Arabic دَكَّة…
in Korean 벤치, 긴 의자…
in Malaysian tempat duduk kayu, bangku tukang kayu…
in French banc, établi…
in Turkish bank, oturak…
in Italian panchina…
in Chinese (Traditional) 長凳, 工作枱…
in Russian скамейка…
in Polish ławka…
in Vietnamese ghế dài, bàn thợ mộc…
in Spanish banco, banco de trabajo…
in Portuguese banco…
in Thai ม้านั่ง, โต๊ะทำงานของช่างไม้…
in German die Bank, die Werkbank…
in Catalan banc…
in Japanese ベンチ, 長いす…
in Indonesian bangku, bangku kerja…
in Chinese (Simplified) 长凳, 工作台…
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