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Polish translation of “stud”

stud

noun [C]
 
 
/stʌd/
JEWELLERY a small, metal piece of jewellery that is put through a part of your body such as your ear or nose
kolczyk, wkrętka
Jewellery
DECORATION a small piece of metal that is fixed to the surface of something, usually for decoration
ćwiek, zatrzask
Parts of clothes
ANIMALS ( also stud farm) a place where horses are kept for breeding
stadnina
Horse ridingHorse racingHorses and similar animals
(Definition of stud from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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