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Polish translation of “tarpaulin”

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tarpaulin

noun [C, U]
 
 
/tɑːˈpɔːlɪn/ ( also US tarp)
a large piece of plastic or cloth that water cannot go through which is used to cover and protect things
plandeka, brezent
Camping
Translations of “tarpaulin”
in Spanish lona (alquitranada)…
in French bâche (goudronnée)…
in German der Persenning, die Plaue…
in Chinese (Traditional) 柏油帆布,(防水)油布, 篷帆布…
in Russian брезент…
in Turkish katranlı muşamba…
in Chinese (Simplified) 柏油帆布,(防水)油布, 篷帆布…
(Definition of tarpaulin from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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