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Translation of "fur" - English-Spanish dictionary

fur

noun /fəː/
the thick, short, fine hair of certain animals. pelo, pelaje the skin(s) of these animals, often used to make or decorate clothes etc for people piel a hat made of fur (also adjective) a fur coat. a coat, cape etc made of fur piel She was wearing her fur. furrier /ˈfariə, (American) ˈfəː-/ noun a person who (makes and) sells furs. peletero furry adjective ( comparative furrier, superlative furriest) covered with fur peludo a furry animal. like fur peludo; de felpa furry material.
(Definition of fur from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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