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Translation of "cage" - English-Spanish dictionary

cage

noun   /keɪdʒ/
B1 a container made of wire or metal bars used for keeping birds or animals in jaula a birdcage
verb   /keɪdʒ/
to put or keep birds or animals in a cage enjaular caged birds/animals
(Definition of cage from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

cage

noun /keidʒ/
a box of wood, wire etc for holding birds or animals jaula The lion has escaped from its cage a birdcage.
a lift in a mine jaula The miners enter a steel cage which descends down the mineshaft.
cagebird noun
a bird, eg a canary, suitable for keeping in a cage. pájaro doméstico/de jaula
(Definition of cage from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “cage”
in Korean 우리, 새장…
in Arabic قَفَص…
in Malaysian sangkar, lif…
in French cage…
in Russian клетка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 籠子…
in Italian gabbia…
in Turkish kafes…
in Polish klatka…
in Vietnamese chuồng, thang máy trong mỏ…
in Portuguese gaiola, jaula…
in Thai กรง, ลิฟต์ใช้ในเหมือง…
in German der Käfig, der Förderkorb…
in Catalan gàbia…
in Japanese かご…
in Chinese (Simplified) 笼子…
in Indonesian kurungan, lift…
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