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Translation of "glue" - English-Spanish dictionary

glue

noun [no plural]   /ɡluː/
a substance used to stick things together pegamento, cola Put a bit of glue on both edges and hold them together.
verb   /ɡluː/ ( present participle glueing, past tense and past participle glued)
to stick something to something else with glue pegar, encolar Do you think you can glue this vase back together?
(Definition of glue from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

glue

noun /ɡluː/
a substance used for sticking things together cola, pegamento That glue will not stick plastic to wood.
(Definition of glue from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “glue”
in Korean 풀…
in Arabic صَمْغ, غِراء…
in Malaysian gam…
in French colle…
in Russian клей…
in Chinese (Traditional) 膠, 膠水…
in Italian colla…
in Turkish tutkal, zamk, yapıştırıcı…
in Polish klej…
in Vietnamese keo, hồ…
in Portuguese cola…
in Thai กาว…
in German der Klebstoff…
in Catalan goma, cola…
in Japanese 接着剤, のり…
in Chinese (Simplified) 胶, 胶水…
in Indonesian lem…
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