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apron

noun /ˈeiprən/
a piece of cloth, plastic etc worn over the front of the clothes for protection against dirt etc
delantal, mandil
She tied on her apron before preparing the dinner.
something like an apron in shape, eg a hard surface for aircraft on an airfield.
zona de estacionamiento, plataforma
(also apron-stage) the part of the stage in a theatre which is in front of the curtain.
proscenio
Translations of “apron”
in Korean 앞치마…
in Arabic مِئْزَر…
in French tablier, aire de manoeuvre, avant-scène…
in Italian grembiule…
in Chinese (Traditional) 衣服, 圍裙…
in Russian фартук…
in Turkish önlük, mutfak önlüğü…
in Polish fartuszek…
in Portuguese avental…
in German die Schürze, das Vorfeld (der Flughalle), die Vorbühne…
in Catalan davantal…
in Japanese エプロン…
in Chinese (Simplified) 衣服, 围裙…
(Definition of apron from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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