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Translation of "putty" - English-Russian dictionary

putty

noun [U]     /ˈpʌti/
a soft, grey substance that becomes hard when it is dry and is used to fasten glass into windows or to fill small holes in wood замазка, шпатлевка Building materials
Translations of “putty”
in Vietnamese vữa, mát-tít…
in Spanish masilla…
in Thai ปูนอุดรอยรั่ว…
in Malaysian dempul…
in French mastic…
in German der Kitt…
in Chinese (Traditional) 油灰…
in Indonesian dempul…
in Turkish cam macunu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 油灰,腻子…
in Polish kit…
(Definition of putty from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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