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Translation of "desert" - English-Spanish dictionary

desert

noun /ˈdezət/
an area of barren country, usually hot, dry and sandy, where there is very little rain desierto Parts of the country are like a desert (also adjective) desert plants.
the Sahara desert (not dessert). desert island noun
a small tropical island which has no people living on it Isla Desierta The story is about a shipwrecked sailor who lives on a desert island.
(Definition of desert from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “desert”
in Korean 사막…
in Arabic صَحْراء…
in Malaysian padang pasir…
in French désert, désertique…
in Russian пустыня…
in Chinese (Traditional) 沙漠,荒漠…
in Italian deserto…
in Turkish çöl…
in Polish pustynia…
in Vietnamese sa mạc…
in Portuguese deserto…
in Thai ทะเลทราย…
in German die Wüste…
in Catalan desert…
in Japanese 砂漠…
in Chinese (Simplified) 沙漠,荒漠…
in Indonesian gurun…
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