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Translation of "canvas" - English-Spanish dictionary

canvas

noun   /ˈkæn·vəs/
(Definition of canvas from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

canvas

noun /ˈkӕnvəs/ ( plural canvases)
a coarse cloth made of hemp or flax etc , used for sails, tents etc, and for painting on lona (also adjective) canvas sails.
(a piece of canvas for) a painting lienzo He painted twenty canvases.
under canvas
in tents en una tienda (de campaña) We spent two weeks living under canvas.
(Definition of canvas from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “canvas”
in Korean 캔버스 천…
in Arabic خيش, قماش لِلرَسم…
in Malaysian kanvas…
in French toile…
in Russian парусина, холст…
in Chinese (Traditional) 帆布, 油畫布, 油畫…
in Italian tela…
in Turkish kalın kumaş, branda, çadır bezi…
in Polish płótno, brezent…
in Vietnamese vải bạt, bức toan…
in Portuguese lona…
in Thai ผ้าใบ, ภาพวาด…
in German das Segeltuch, die Leinwand…
in Catalan lona…
in Japanese キャンバス地…
in Chinese (Simplified) 帆布, 油画布, 油画…
in Indonesian kanvas…
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