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opal

noun   /ˈəʊ·pəl/
a precious stone whose colour changes when the position of the person looking at it changes ópalo
(Definition of opal from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

opal

noun /ˈoupəl/
a type of usually bluish-white or milky white precious stone, with slight traces or streaks of various other colours/colors ópalo There are three opals in her brooch (also adjective) an opal necklace.
(Definition of opal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “opal”
in Korean 오팔…
in Arabic أوبال (حجر كَريم)…
in Malaysian opal, baiduri…
in French (d’)opale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蛋白石,貓眼石…
in Italian opale…
in Vietnamese ôpan (khoáng chất)…
in Portuguese opala…
in Thai โอปอล…
in German der Opal, Opal-……
in Catalan òpal…
in Japanese オパール…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蛋白石,猫眼石…
in Indonesian baiduri, opal…
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