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tarpaulin

noun /taːˈpoːlin/
(a sheet of) a kind of strong waterproof material
bâche (goudronnée)
He covered his car with a (sheet of) tarpaulin.
Translations of “tarpaulin”
in Vietnamese vải dầu…
in Spanish lona (alquitranada)…
in Thai ผ้าใบอาบน้ำมัน…
in Malaysian kain tarpaulin…
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 Chinese (Simplified) 柏油帆布,(防水)油布, 篷帆布…
in Polish plandeka, brezent…
(Definition of tarpaulin from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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