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Spanish translation of “pencil”

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.
Sacapuntas
(Definition of pencil from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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