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chalk

noun /tʃoːk/
a white rock; a type of limestone
creta, roca caliza
The soil is made of chalk and clay.
(a piece of) a chalk-like substance used for writing (especially on blackboards)
tiza
a box of chalks.
chalky adjective of or like chalk
calcáreo
a chalky substance.
white or pale
pálido
Her face looked chalky.
chalkboard noun a smooth board, usually green, for writing or drawing on with crayon or chalk; blackboard.
pizarra
Translations of “chalk”
in Arabic طَباشير, طَبْشورة…
in Korean 백악, 분필…
in Malaysian kapur…
in French craie…
in Turkish kireç, tebeşir…
in Italian gesso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 白堊, 粉筆…
in Russian мел…
in Polish kreda…
in Vietnamese đá phấn, phấn viết…
in Portuguese calcário, giz…
in Thai หินสีขาว, ชอล์ก…
in German die Kreide…
in Catalan creta, guix…
in Japanese 白亜(灰白色の石灰岩), チョーク…
in Indonesian gamping, kapur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 白垩, 粉笔…
(Definition of chalk from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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