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lumber

noun /ˈlambə/
timber sawn up.
maderos, maderas
old unwanted furniture etc.
trasto
lumberjack /-dʒak/ noun a person employed to cut down, saw up and move trees.
leñador
Translations of “lumber”
in Korean 재목…
in Arabic خَشَب البِناء…
in French bois de charpente, bric-à-brac…
in Italian legname…
in Chinese (Traditional) 木材,木料…
in Russian пиломатериалы…
in Turkish kereste…
in Polish drewno, drzewo…
in Portuguese madeira…
in German das Bauholz, das Gerümpel…
in Catalan fusta…
in Japanese 材木…
in Chinese (Simplified) 木材,木料…
(Definition of lumber from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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