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Translation of "mask" - English-Spanish dictionary

mask

noun /maːsk/
something, eg a covering resembling a face, used for hiding or protecting the whole or part of the face
máscara, careta, mascarilla
The thief wore a black mask Her face was a mask under the mask of friendship.
Translations of “mask”
in Arabic قِناع…
in Korean 마스크, 가면…
in Malaysian topeng…
in French masque…
in Turkish maske…
in Italian maschera…
in Chinese (Traditional) 外表/行為, 掩飾, 偽裝…
in Russian маска…
in Polish maska…
in Vietnamese mặt nạ…
in Portuguese máscara…
in Thai หน้ากาก…
in German die Maske…
in Catalan màscara…
in Japanese マスク, 仮面…
in Indonesian topeng…
in Chinese (Simplified) 外表/行为, 掩饰, 伪装…
(Definition of mask from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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