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charcoal

noun [no plural]   /ˈtʃɑː.kəʊl/
a hard, black substance similar to coal that can be used as fuel or, in the form of sticks, as something to draw with carbón vegetal, carboncillo charcoal for the barbecue I prefer sketching in charcoal to pencil. a charcoal drawing The uniform is charcoal (grey) (= dark grey) and red.12871345
(Definition of charcoal from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

charcoal

noun /ˈtʃaːkəul/
the black part of partly burned wood etc, used as fuel and for drawing. carbón, carbón vegetal She learnt how to draw with charcoal.
(Definition of charcoal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “charcoal”
in Vietnamese than củi…
in Malaysian arang…
in Thai ถ่าน…
in French charbon de bois, fusain…
in German die Holzkohle, der Kohlestift…
in Chinese (Simplified) 木炭, 炭笔…
in Turkish odun kömürü, mangal kömürü…
in Russian древесный уголь…
in Indonesian arang…
in Chinese (Traditional) 木炭, 炭筆…
in Polish węgiel drzewny…
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