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Translation of "milk" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun /milk/
a white liquid produced by female mammals as food for their young leche a glass of milk The commonest source of milk is the cow (also adjective) a milk bottle.
milky adjective
containing milk con leche milky coffee.
like milk in appearance lechoso A milky substance.
milkiness noun
aspecto lechoso
milkmaid noun
formerly, a woman employed to milk cows by hand. ordeñadora
milkman noun ( plural milkmen)
a man who delivers milk. lechero
milkshake noun
a drink made by shaking up milk and a particular flavouring/flavoring batido I’d like a chocolate/strawberry milkshake.
milk tooth noun
one of the first set of a baby’s teeth diente de leche The child’s milk teeth started to come out when he was six years old.
the Milky Way noun
a huge collection of stars stretching across the sky; the Galaxy Vía Láctea
Translations of “milk”
in Arabic حَليب…
in Korean 우유…
in Malaysian susu…
in French lait…
in Turkish süt…
in Italian latte…
in Chinese (Traditional) 奶, 牛奶, 羊奶…
in Russian молоко…
in Polish mleko…
in Vietnamese sữa…
in Portuguese leite…
in Thai น้ำนม…
in German die Milch…
in Catalan llet…
in Japanese ミルク…
in Indonesian susu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 奶, 牛奶, 羊奶…
(Definition of milk from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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