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tarpaulin

noun [C or U]
 
 
/tɑːˈpɔː.lɪn/ US  /tɑːrˈpɑː-/ ( US usually tarp)
(a large piece of) heavy waterproof cloth used as a covering
柏油帆布,(防水)油布;篷帆布
Coverings and layers
Translations of “tarpaulin”
in Vietnamese vải dầu…
in Spanish lona (alquitranada)…
in Thai ผ้าใบอาบน้ำมัน…
in Malaysian kain tarpaulin…
in French bâche (goudronnée)…
in German der Persenning, die Plaue…
in Chinese (Traditional) 柏油帆布,(防水)油布, 篷帆布…
in Indonesian terpal…
in Russian брезент…
in Turkish katranlı muşamba…
in Polish plandeka, brezent…
(Definition of tarpaulin from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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