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Spanish translation of “grease”

grease

noun /ɡriːs/
soft, thick, animal fat.
grasa
any thick, oily substance
grasa
She put grease on the squeaking hinge.
greasy adjective (comparative greasier, superlative greasiest) of or like grease
graso
greasy food.
covered in grease
grasiento
greasy hands.
slippery, as if covered in grease
resbaladizo
greasy roads.
greasiness noun
lo grasiento; lo resbaladizo
a cream for reducing the greasiness of the skin.
(Definition of grease from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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