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Translation of "candle" - English-Spanish dictionary

candle

noun   /ˈkæn·dl/
B1 a stick of wax with string inside it that you burn to make light vela
(Definition of candle from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

candle

noun /ˈkӕndl/
a moulded/molded piece of wax with a wick in the centre, for giving light vela We had to use candles when the electric lights went out She blew out all the candles on her birthday cake.
candlelight noun
the light from a candle luz de vela We had dinner by candlelight.
candlestick noun
a holder for a candle. candelero, palmatoria glass/silver candlesticks.
(Definition of candle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “candle”
in Korean 초…
in Arabic شَمْعة…
in Malaysian lilin…
in French bougie…
in Russian свеча…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蠟燭…
in Italian candela…
in Turkish mum…
in Polish świeczka…
in Vietnamese cây nến…
in Portuguese vela…
in Thai เทียน…
in German die Kerze…
in Catalan espelma…
in Japanese ろうそく…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蜡烛…
in Indonesian lilin…
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