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pearl

noun /pəːl/
a valuable, hard, round object formed by oysters and several other shellfish
perla
The necklace consists of three strings of pearls (also adjective) a pearl necklace.
pearly adjective like pearls
como perlas, perlado, nacarado
pearly teeth.
pearl-diver noun ( pearl-fisher) a person who dives or fishes for pearls.
pescador de perlas
Translations of “pearl”
in Arabic لؤْلؤْ…
in Korean 진주…
in Malaysian mutiara…
in French (de) perle (s)…
in Turkish inci…
in Italian perla…
in Chinese (Traditional) 珍珠, 人造珍珠, 液態珠狀物…
in Russian жемчуг…
in Polish perła…
in Vietnamese ngọc trai…
in Portuguese pérola…
in Thai ไข่มุก…
in German die Perle, Perlen-……
in Catalan perla…
in Japanese 真珠, パール…
in Indonesian mutiara…
in Chinese (Simplified) 珍珠, 人造珍珠, 液态珠状物…
(Definition of pearl from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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