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net

noun /net/
(any of various devices for catching creatures, eg fish, or for any of a number of other purposes, consisting of) a loose open material made of knotted string, thread, wire etc
red, malla
a fishing net a hairnet a tennis net (also adjective) a net curtain.
netting noun material made in the form of a net
malla, redes
wire netting.
netball noun a team game in which a ball is thrown into a net hanging high up on a pole
baloncesto, básquet
She enjoys playing netball with her friends.
network noun anything in the form of a net, ie with many lines crossing each other A network of roads covered the countryside. a widespread organization a radio network television networks. (computing) a system of computers that can exchange messages and information The Internet is a global computer network
Translations of “net”
in Korean 그물, 망사…
in Arabic شَبَكة…
in French (de/au) filet…
in Italian rete…
in Chinese (Traditional) 材料, 網, 網狀物…
in Russian сетчатый материал, сеть, сетка…
in Turkish ağ, file…
in Polish siatka, sieć…
in Portuguese rede…
in German das Netz, Netz-……
in Catalan xarxa, malla…
in Japanese 網, 網(織物)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 材料, 网, 网状物…
(Definition of net from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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