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ash

noun /ӕʃ/
the dust etc that remains after anything is burnt
ceniza
cigarette ash the ashes of the bonfire.
ashen adjective (of someone’s face etc) very pale with shock etc
ceniciento, pálido
She recalled the ashen faces of her parents as they told her the sad news.
ashes noun plural the remains of a human body after cremation
cenizas
His ashes were scattered at sea.
ashtray noun a dish or other container for cigarette ash
cenicero
a glass/marble/plastic ashtray.
Translations of “ash”
in Arabic رَماد…
in Korean 재…
in Malaysian abu…
in French cendre…
in Turkish kül, dişbudak ağacı…
in Italian cenere…
in Chinese (Traditional) (澳大利亞、英國、美國的)禁煙與保健行動組織…
in Russian пепел, ясень…
in Polish popiół, jesion…
in Vietnamese tro…
in Portuguese cinza…
in Thai เถ้าถ่าน…
in German die Asche…
in Catalan cendra…
in Japanese 灰…
in Indonesian abu…
in Chinese (Simplified) (澳大利亚、英国、美国的)禁烟与保健行动组织…
(Definition of ash from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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