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Spanish translation of “cork”

cork

noun /koːk/
the outer bark of the cork tree (an oak of South Europe, North Africa etc)
corcho
Cork floats well (also adjective) cork floor tiles.
a stopper for a bottle etc made of cork
corcho, tapón
Put the cork back in the wine-bottle.
corkscrew noun a tool with a screw-like spike, used for drawing corks from bottles.
sacacorchos
(Definition of cork from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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