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lime

noun /laim/
the white substance left after heating limestone, used in making cement.
cal
limestone noun (geology) a kind of rock.
caliza
limekiln noun a kiln which is used to produce quicklime by exposing limestone (= calcium carbonate) to strong heat.
horno de cal
limelight: in the limelight attracting the public’s attention
en el candelero
When she joined the soap opera, it really put her in the limelight.
Translations of “lime”
in Arabic لَيمون أخْضَر حامِض…
in Korean 라임…
in Malaysian kapur…
in French chaux…
in Turkish misket limonu, ıhlamur, ıhlamur ağacı…
in Italian lime, limetta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 水果, 酸橙(樹)…
in Russian лайм, липа, известь…
in Polish limonka, limona, lipa…
in Vietnamese vôi…
in Portuguese limão…
in Thai ปูนขาว…
in German der Kalk…
in Catalan llima…
in Japanese ライム…
in Indonesian kapur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 水果, 酸橙(树)…
(Definition of lime from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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