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Spanish translation of “litter”

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litter

noun /ˈlitə(r)/
an untidy mess of paper, rubbish etc
basura, papeles
Put your litter in that bin.
a heap of straw etc for animals to lie on etc
cama de paja
cat litter.
a number of animals born to the same mother at the same time
camada
a litter of kittens.
(Definition of litter from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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