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ink

noun /iŋk/
a black or coloured/colored liquid used in writing, printing etc
tinta
Please sign your name in ink rather than pencil I spilt red ink all over my dress.
inky adjective covered with ink
lleno/manchado de tinta
inky fingers Don’t touch that wallyour hands are inky.
like ink; black or very dark
negro como la tinta, negro azabache
inky blackness.
inkpot noun ( inkwell) a small pot for ink.
tintero
Translations of “ink”
in Korean 잉크…
in Arabic حِبْر…
in French encre…
in Italian inchiostro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 墨水, 油墨, 墨汁…
in Russian чернила…
in Turkish mürekkep…
in Polish atrament, tusz…
in Portuguese tinta…
in German die Tinte…
in Catalan tinta…
in Japanese インク…
in Chinese (Simplified) 墨水, 油墨, 墨汁…
(Definition of ink from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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