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Translation of "oil" - English-Korean dictionary

oil

noun [no plural]
 
/ɔɪl/
A2 a thick liquid made from plants or animals that is used in cooking
식용유
vegetable oil
B1 a thick liquid that comes from under the earth’s surface and is used as a fuel
기름
an oil company an oil well
oils [plural] thick paints with an oil base, used for painting pictures
유화 물감
Do you paint in oils?
Translations of “oil”
in Arabic زَيْت, بِتْرول…
in Malaysian minyak…
in French huile…
in Turkish petrol, yemeklik yağ, sıvı yağ…
in Italian olio, petrolio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 潤膚/護發, 防護油, 潤膚油…
in Russian нефть, масло…
in Polish ropa (naftowa), olej…
in Vietnamese dầu…
in Spanish aceite, petróleo…
in Portuguese óleo, petróleo…
in Thai น้ำมัน…
in German das Öl…
in Catalan oli, petroli…
in Japanese 油, 石油…
in Indonesian minyak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 润肤/护发, 防护油, 润肤油…
(Definition of oil from the Cambridge English-Korean Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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