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ink

noun /iŋk/
a black or coloured liquid used in writing, printing etc
encre
Please sign your name in ink rather than pencil I spilt red ink all over my dress.
inky adjective covered with ink
taché d’encre
inky fingers Don’t touch that wallyour hands are inky.
like ink; black or very dark
noir d’encre
inky blackness.
inkpot nouns ( inkwell) a small pot for ink.
encrier
Translations of “ink”
in Arabic حِبْر…
in Korean 잉크…
in Malaysian dakwat…
in Turkish mürekkep…
in Italian inchiostro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 墨水, 油墨, 墨汁…
in Russian чернила…
in Polish atrament, tusz…
in Vietnamese mực viết…
in Spanish tinta…
in Portuguese tinta…
in Thai น้ำหมึก…
in German die Tinte…
in Catalan tinta…
in Japanese インク…
in Indonesian tinta…
in Chinese (Simplified) 墨水, 油墨, 墨汁…
(Definition of ink from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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