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nib

noun   /nɪb/
the pointed end of a pen, where the ink comes out punta, plumilla
(Definition of nib from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

nib

noun /nib/
(also pen-nib) the pointed, metal part of a fountain-pen or other pen from which the ink flows. plumilla, punta
-nibbed suffix
de punta… a fine-nibbed pen.
(Definition of nib from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “nib”
in Korean 펜촉…
in Arabic سِنّ القَلَم…
in Malaysian mata pen…
in French (bec de) plume…
in Russian перо (авторучки)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鋼筆尖…
in Italian pennino…
in Turkish uç, kalem ucu…
in Polish stalówka, czubek…
in Vietnamese đầu ngòi bút…
in Portuguese ponta…
in Thai ปลาย…
in German die Schreibfeder…
in Catalan punta, plomí…
in Japanese ペン先…
in Chinese (Simplified) 钢笔尖…
in Indonesian ujung pena…
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