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Translation of "lawn" - English-Spanish dictionary

lawn

noun   /lɔːn/
an area of grass that is often cut césped
(Definition of lawn from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

lawn

noun /loːn/
an area of smooth, short grass, especially as part of a garden césped He is mowing the lawn.
lawn mower noun
a machine for cutting the grass on lawns cortadora de césped an electric lawnmower.
(Definition of lawn from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “lawn”
in Korean 잔디…
in Arabic مَرْجة…
in Malaysian halaman rumput…
in French pelouse…
in Russian лужайка, газон…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指房屋附近或公園的)草地,草坪…
in Italian prato, tappeto erboso…
in Turkish çim, çim alan, çimenlik…
in Polish trawnik…
in Vietnamese bãi cỏ…
in Portuguese gramado…
in Thai สนามหญ้า…
in German der Rasen…
in Catalan gespa…
in Japanese 芝生…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指房屋附近或公园的)草地,草坪…
in Indonesian lapangan rumput…
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