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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.
Translations of “debris”
in Korean 잔해…
in Arabic حُطام…
in French débris…
in Italian macerie, detriti…
in Chinese (Traditional) 碎片,殘駭…
in Russian обломки, осколки…
in Turkish enkaz, moloz, kalıntı…
in Polish szczątki…
in Portuguese escombros, entulho…
in German Trümmer (pl.), der Schutt…
in Catalan runa, restes…
in Japanese 破片…
in Chinese (Simplified) 碎片,残片…
(Definition of debris from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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