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Portuguese translation of “peg”

peg

noun
 
/peɡ/
an object on a wall or door that you hang things on
gancho para pendurar roupas
UK (also clothes peg, US clothespin) a small plastic or wooden object that is used to fasten clothes to a rope while they dry
pregador de roupa
take someone down a peg or two to show someone that they are not as important as they thought
abaixar a crista de alguém
(Definition of peg from the Cambridge English-Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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