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Translation of "pen" - English-Spanish dictionary

pen

noun   /pen/
A1 a long, thin object that you use to write or draw in ink bolígrafo, pluma
put pen to paper
to start to write ponerse a escribir It’s time you put pen to paper and reply to that letter from your mother.
(Definition of pen from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

pen

noun /pen/
a small enclosure, usually for animals corral a sheep pen.
(Definition of pen from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “pen”
in Korean 펜…
in Arabic قَلَم…
in Malaysian petak…
in French enclos…
in Russian ручка, загон…
in Chinese (Traditional) 書寫工具, (用墨水的)筆…
in Italian penna…
in Turkish dolma kalem, ağıl, hayvan barınağı…
in Polish długopis, zagroda…
in Vietnamese chỗ quây kín…
in Portuguese caneta…
in Thai คอก…
in German der Pferch…
in Catalan bolígraf, ploma…
in Japanese ペン…
in Chinese (Simplified) 书写工具, (用墨水的)笔…
in Indonesian kandang terbuka…
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