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desk

noun /desk/
a piece of furniture, often like a table, for sitting at while writing, reading etc
escritorio, pupitre, mostrador
She kept the pile of letters in a drawer in her desk.
desktop noun the top surface of a desk
Escritorio
Her desktop was covered in untidy piles of papers.
(computing) the main screen display of a computer which shows the icons of the programs that are available for use
Escritori
You can create a shortcut to the program on your desktop.
desktop publishing noun (also DTP) (computing) the production of a magazine etc using a small computer and a printer.
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Translations of “desk”
in Arabic مَكْتَب…
in Korean 책상…
in Malaysian meja…
in French bureau…
in Turkish masa…
in Italian scrivania…
in Chinese (Traditional) 桌子, (常指帶抽屜的)書桌,辦公桌,寫字枱…
in Russian письменный стол…
in Polish biurko…
in Vietnamese bàn viết…
in Portuguese mesa de escritório, carteira…
in Thai โต๊ะ…
in German der Schreibtisch…
in Catalan taula (de treball)…
in Japanese 机…
in Indonesian meja tulis…
in Chinese (Simplified) 桌子, (常指带抽屉的)书桌,办公桌,写字台…
(Definition of desk from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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