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Translation of "cavity" - English-Spanish dictionary

cavity

noun   /ˈkæv.ɪ.ti/
a hole, or an empty space between two surfaces cavidad The gold was hidden in a secret cavity.1657
a hole in a tooth caries 118
specialized medical a hollow space in an organ or body part cavidad the upper nasal cavity
533
(Definition of cavity from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

cavity

noun /ˈkӕvəti/ ( plural cavities)
a hollow place; a hole cavidad The dentist said she had three cavities in her teeth The thief hid the necklace in a cavity in the wall.
(Definition of cavity from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “cavity”
in Vietnamese hốc…
in Malaysian lubang…
in Thai โพรง, รู, หลุม…
in French cavité…
in German der Hohlraum…
in Chinese (Simplified) 空隙, 洞, 腔…
in Turkish oyuk, kovuk, çürük…
in Russian полость, дупло (в зубе)…
in Indonesian lubang…
in Chinese (Traditional) 空隙, 洞, 腔…
in Polish otwór, pusta przestrzeń, ubytek…
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