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Translation of "leather" - English-Spanish dictionary

leather

noun /ˈleðə/
the skin of an animal prepared for making clothes, luggage etc piel, cuero These shoes are made of leather (also adjective) a leather jacket/case. leathery adjective like leather, especially tough de piel, de cuero The plant had broad, leathery leaves.
Translations of “leather”
in Arabic جِلْد…
in Korean 가죽…
in Malaysian kulit…
in French (de) cuir…
in Turkish deri…
in Italian pelle, cuoio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 皮革…
in Russian кожа (выделанная)…
in Polish skóra…
in Vietnamese da…
in Portuguese couro…
in Thai หนัง…
in German das Leder, Leder-……
in Catalan cuir, pell…
in Japanese 皮(革)…
in Indonesian kulit…
in Chinese (Simplified) 皮革…
(Definition of leather from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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