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Spanish translation of “bulk”

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bulk

noun /balk/
the greater part
la mayor parte
The bulk of his money was spent on food.
(great) size or mass
masa
His huge bulk appeared round the corner.
bulky adjective large in size, awkward to carry etc
abultado, voluminoso
a bulky parcel This is too bulky to send by post.
in bulk in large quantities
en grandes cantidades, a granel
Huge tankers now carry oil in bulk They like to buy goods in bulk.
Translations of “bulk”
in Korean 대량…
in Arabic حَجْم, ضَخْم…
in French la majeure partie de, masse, volume…
in Italian massa, mole…
in Chinese (Traditional) 巨大的東西, 大塊,大團, 大規模…
in Russian масса…
in Turkish büyüklük, iri cüsse…
in Polish masa…
in Portuguese volume, tamanho…
in German der Großteil, die Masse…
in Catalan embalum…
in Japanese 巨大, 大量…
in Chinese (Simplified) 巨大的东西, 大块,大团, 大规模…
(Definition of bulk from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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