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Translation of "paint" - English-Spanish dictionary

paint

noun /peint/
a colouring substance in the form of liquid or paste pintura The artist’s clothes were covered in paint (also adjective) a paint pot.
painter noun
a person whose job is to put paint on things, especially walls, doors etc in houses pintor (de brocha gorda) He’s a painter and decorator.
an artist who makes pictures in paint pintor an Impressionist painter Who was the painter of this portrait?
painting noun
the act or art of using paint pintar, la pintura Painting is very relaxing.
a painted picture pintura There were four paintings (hanging) on the wall.
paintbox noun
a (small) box containing different paints for making pictures. caja de pinturas
paintbrush noun
a brush used for painting. Pincel
paintwork noun
the layer of paint on the surface of something Pintura The paintwork was slightly scratched, but otherwise the car was in good condition.
Translations of “paint”
in Arabic دِهان…
in Korean 페인트…
in Malaysian cat…
in French (de) peinture…
in Turkish boya…
in Italian vernice, tinta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 油漆,塗料…
in Russian краска…
in Polish farba…
in Vietnamese sơn…
in Portuguese tinta…
in Thai สี…
in German die Farbe, Farb-……
in Catalan pintura…
in Japanese ペンキ, 絵の具…
in Indonesian cat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 油漆,涂料…
(Definition of paint from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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