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pellet

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈpel.ət/
a small hard ball or tube-shaped piece of any substance: iron/lead/wax/plastic/paper pellets food pellets the solid waste of particular animals: rabbit/sheep pellets small metal objects that are shot from some types of gun: airgun pellets shotgun pellets a pellet gun
Translations of “pellet”
in Vietnamese viên đạn nhỏ…
in Spanish bolita, perdigón…
in Thai ก้อนกลมเล็ก ๆ…
in Malaysian kacang-kacang…
in French boulette, grain…
in German das Kügelchen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 小硬球, 小丸, 顆粒狀物…
in Indonesian peluru…
in Russian дробинка, пулька…
in Turkish topak, yumak, saçma…
in Chinese (Simplified) 小硬球, 小丸, 颗粒状物…
in Polish kulka…
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