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paste

noun [U]  /peɪst/ us  
a thick, wet substance used for sticking things together, or any soft, wet mixture of powder and liquid: Use paste, glue, or tape to attach the pictures. tomato paste

paste

verb [T always + adv/prep]  /peɪst/ us  
to stick something to something else: She pasted a heart onto the valentine.
Translations of “paste”
in Korean 풀…
in Arabic مادّة لاصِقة…
in French colle, pâte…
in Turkish zamk, macun, yapıştırıcı…
in Italian colla, collante…
in Chinese (Traditional) 黏性物質, 糊, 麵糰…
in Russian клей, паста, пюре…
in Polish klej, pasta, przecier…
in Spanish engrudo, masa, pasta…
in Portuguese cola, massa, pasta…
in German der Kleister, der Teig, die Paste…
in Catalan cola…
in Japanese (接着用の)のり…
in Chinese (Simplified) 黏性物质, 糊, 面团…
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