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Arabic translation of “straw”

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straw

noun
 
/strɔː/
[no plural] the long, dried stems of certain plants, such as wheat, often given to animals
قَشّ
a straw hat
a thin plastic or paper tube that you use for drinking through
أُنْبوب لامْتِصاص المَشْروبات / شَفّاطة (مِصْر)
Translations of “straw”
in Korean 지푸라기, 빨대…
in French (de) paille, paille…
in Italian paglia, cannuccia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 乾稈, 禾稈, 麥稈…
in Russian солома, соломинка…
in Turkish saman, kamış, pipet…
in Polish słoma, słomka…
in Spanish paja, pajita…
in Portuguese palha, canudo…
in German das Stroh, Stroh-…, der Strohhalm…
in Catalan palla…
in Japanese 麦わら, わら, ストロー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 干秆, 禾秆, 麦秆…
(Definition of straw from the Cambridge English-Arabic Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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