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pebble

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈpeb.l̩/
a small smooth round stone, especially one found on a beach or in a river
(尤指沙灘或河流中的)卵石,礫石
This part of the coast has pebble beaches.
海岸的這一部分有幾處礫石海灘。
Geology - general words
pebbled
 
 
/ˈpeb.l̩d/ adjective ( also pebbly)
Translations of “pebble”
in Korean 자갈, 조약돌…
in Arabic حَصاة…
in French caillou, galet…
in Italian ciottolo, sassolino…
in Russian галька…
in Turkish çakıl, çakıl taşı…
in Polish kamyk…
in Spanish guija, guijarro, china…
in Portuguese seixo…
in German der Kiesel…
in Catalan palet (de riera), còdol…
in Japanese 小石…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指沙滩或河流中的)卵石,砾石…
(Definition of pebble from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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