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pencil

noun /ˈpensl/
a long, thin instrument (usually of wood) containing a thin stick of graphite or some similar solid substance for writing or drawing
lápiz
This pencil needs sharpening / to be sharpened He wrote in pencil.
pencil case noun a small bag for holding pens, pencils, and other items of stationery.
Estuche Escolar
pencil sharpener noun an object with a blade inside that you use to make pencils sharp.
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Translations of “pencil”
in Arabic قَلَم رَصاص…
in Korean 연필…
in Malaysian pensel…
in French crayon…
in Turkish kurşun kalem…
in Italian matita…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鉛筆, 化妝筆, 一束光…
in Russian карандаш…
in Polish ołówek…
in Vietnamese cái bút chì…
in Portuguese lápis…
in Thai ดินสอ…
in German der (Blei)Stift, Bleistift……
in Catalan llapis…
in Japanese 鉛筆…
in Indonesian pensil…
in Chinese (Simplified) 铅笔, 化妆笔, 一束光…
(Definition of pencil from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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