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mould

noun UK ( US mold)
 
/məʊld/
[no plural] a green or black substance that grows in wet places or on old food
カビ
a container that is used to make something in a particular shape
(鋳物の)鋳型, (菓子、料理の)型
a chocolate mould
Translations of “mould”
in Korean 곰팡이, 틀…
in Arabic عَفَن, قَالِب…
in French terreau, humus, moisissure…
in Italian muffa, forma, stampo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 灰綠色成長物, 黴, 黴菌…
in Russian плесень, форма, шаблон…
in Turkish küf, kalıp…
in Polish pleśń, forma…
in Spanish mantillo, moho…
in Portuguese mofo, molde…
in German der Humus, der Schimmel…
in Catalan florit, motlle…
in Chinese (Simplified) 灰绿色成长物, 霉, 霉菌…
(Definition of mould noun from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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