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debris

noun [no plural]   /ˈdeb·riː/
broken pieces of something escombros Debris from the aircraft was scattered over a wide area.
(Definition of debris from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

debris

noun /ˈdeibriː, (American) dəˈbriː/
the remains of something broken, destroyed etc escombros The rescue team found a corpse among the debris of the plane.
rubbish restos There was a lot of debris in the house after the builder had left.
(Definition of debris from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “debris”
in Korean 잔해…
in Arabic حُطام…
in Malaysian puing, sampah sarap…
in French débris…
in Russian обломки, осколки…
in Chinese (Traditional) 碎片,殘駭…
in Italian macerie, detriti…
in Turkish enkaz, moloz, kalıntı…
in Polish szczątki…
in Vietnamese khoản nợ, vật vô giá trị…
in Portuguese escombros, entulho…
in Thai ซากสลักหักพัง, ขยะ…
in German Trümmer (pl.), der Schutt…
in Catalan runa, restes…
in Japanese 破片…
in Chinese (Simplified) 碎片,残片…
in Indonesian puing, sampah…
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