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closet

noun /ˈklɒz·ɪt/
A2 mainly US ( UK usually wardrobe) a small room or space in a wall where you can store things, often with a door on it ropero a clothes/linen closet
(Definition of closet from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

closet

noun /ˈklozit/
(American) a cupboard armario a clothes closet.
closeted adjective
engaged in a private conversation in a separate room from other people encerrado They’re closeted in his office.
(Definition of closet from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “closet”
in Korean 작은 방…
in Arabic خِزانة…
in Malaysian almari pakaian…
in French placard…
in Russian шкаф…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指放衣服的)壁櫥,壁櫃,儲藏室…
in Italian guardaroba, armadio…
in Turkish gömme dolap…
in Polish szafa wnękowa…
in Vietnamese tủ…
in Portuguese guarda-roupa, armário…
in Thai ตู้…
in German die Kammer…
in Catalan armari…
in Japanese 押入れ, 戸棚, クローゼット…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指放衣服的)壁橱,壁柜,储藏室…
in Indonesian lemari…
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