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Translation of "lid" - English-Spanish dictionary

lid

noun   /lɪd/
the top part of a container that you can take off tapa Can you get the lid off this jar?
(Definition of lid from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

lid

noun /lid/
a cover for a pot, box etc tapa He lifted the lid of the box and looked inside.
an eyelid párpado The infection has not affected the eye itself although the lid is swollen.
(Definition of lid from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “lid”
in Korean 뚜껑…
in Arabic غِطاء…
in Malaysian tutup, kelopak mata…
in French couvercle, paupière…
in Russian крышка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蓋,蓋子, 眼瞼,眼皮…
in Italian coperchio…
in Turkish açılır kapanır kapak…
in Polish pokrywka, wieczko…
in Vietnamese nắp, vung, mí mắt…
in Portuguese tampa, cobertura…
in Thai ฝา, เปลือกตา…
in German der Deckel, das Lid…
in Catalan tapa…
in Japanese ふた…
in Chinese (Simplified) 盖,盖子, 眼睑,眼皮…
in Indonesian tutup, kelopak mata…
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