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ladder

noun /ˈlӕdə/
a set of rungs or steps between two long supports, for climbing up or down
escalera (de mano)
She was standing on a ladder, painting the ceiling He climbed up the ladder.
(British ) a long, narrow flaw caused by the breaking of a stitch in a stocking or other knitted fabric; run(American)
carrera
I’ve got a ladder in my stocking.
Translations of “ladder”
in Arabic سُلَّم…
in Korean 사다리…
in Malaysian tangga, bahagian yang carik…
in French échelle…
in Turkish seyyar merdiven…
in Italian scala a pioli…
in Chinese (Traditional) 設施, 梯子…
in Russian лестница…
in Polish drabina…
in Vietnamese cái thang, lỗi trong chiếc bít tất do đan…
in Portuguese escada…
in Thai บันได, ลุ่ย…
in German die Leiter, die Laufmasche…
in Catalan escala de mà…
in Japanese はしご…
in Indonesian tangga, cacat pada rajutan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 设施, 梯子…
(Definition of ladder from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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