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Translation of "kettle" - English-Spanish dictionary

kettle

noun   /ˈket·l/
B1 a metal or plastic container with a lid, used for boiling water hervidora de agua Is the kettle boiling yet? Charlotte put the kettle on to make some tea.
(Definition of kettle from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

kettle

noun /ˈketl/
a metal pot, usually with a special part for pouring and a lid, for heating liquids hervidor, tetera The kettle is boiling. a kettle full of boiling water.
kettledrum noun
a type of drum made of a brass or copper bowl covered with a stretched skin etc. timbal
(Definition of kettle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “kettle”
in Korean 주전자…
in Arabic غَلاّية…
in Malaysian cerek…
in French bouilloire…
in Russian чайник (для кипячения воды)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 水壺,開水壺…
in Italian bollitore…
in Turkish su ısıtıcısı, çaydanlık…
in Polish czajnik…
in Vietnamese ấm đun nước…
in Portuguese chaleira…
in Thai กาน้ำ…
in German der Kessel…
in Catalan bullidora…
in Japanese やかん…
in Chinese (Simplified) 水壶,烧水壶…
in Indonesian ketel…
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