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broom

noun /bruːm/
a long-handled sweeping brush.
escoba
a wild shrub of the pea family with (usually yellow) flowers
hiniesta
The hillside was covered in broom.
broomstick noun a broom with a long handle and sticks and twigs tied together at the sweeping end. In children’s stories, witches ride on broomsticks through the air.
Escoba
the long handle of a broom.
Escoba
Translations of “broom”
in Korean 빗자루…
in Arabic مِكْنَسَة…
in French balai, genêt…
in Italian scopa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 掃帚…
in Russian метла…
in Turkish süpürge…
in Polish miotła…
in Portuguese vassoura…
in German der Besen, der Ginster…
in Catalan escombra…
in Japanese ほうき…
in Chinese (Simplified) 扫帚…
(Definition of broom from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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