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Translation of "basket" - English-Spanish dictionary

basket

noun   /ˈbɑː·skɪt/
B1 a container for carrying things, made of thin pieces of plastic, metal, or wood cesta a shopping basket
(Definition of basket from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

basket

noun /ˈbaːskit/
a container made of strips of wood, rushes etc woven together cesta, capazo She was carrying a large basket The basket was filled with groceries.
basketball noun
a game in which goals are scored by throwing a ball into a net on a high post. baloncesto How often do you play basketball?
basketry noun
basketwork cestería the art of Native American basketry.
basketwork noun
articles made of plaited rushes etc cestería some fine examples of traditional basketwork.
(Definition of basket from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “basket”
in Korean 바구니…
in Arabic سَلّة…
in Malaysian bakul…
in French panier…
in Russian корзина…
in Chinese (Traditional) 容器, 籃, 籠…
in Italian cesto, cestino, cestello…
in Turkish sepet, basketbolda sayı, basket…
in Polish koszyk, kosz…
in Vietnamese cái rổ…
in Portuguese cesta…
in Thai ตะกร้า…
in German der Korb…
in Catalan cistell, cabàs…
in Japanese バスケット, かご…
in Chinese (Simplified) 容器, 篮, 笼…
in Indonesian keranjang…
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