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Translation of "potter" - English-Spanish dictionary

potter

noun /ˈpotə/
a person who makes plates, cups, vases etc out of clay and fires them in an oven (called a kiln) alfarero; ceramista a potter’s wheel.
pottery noun
articles made by fired clay alfarería; cerámica He is learning how to make pottery.
(plural potteries) a place where articles of fired clay are made alfar, alfarería He is working in the pottery.
the art of making such articles alfarería; cerámica He is learning pottery.
Translations of “potter”
in Arabic فَواخِرجي…
in Korean 도공…
in Malaysian tukang tembikar…
in French potier/-ière…
in Turkish çömlekçi…
in Italian ceramista…
in Chinese (Traditional) 陶工…
in Russian гончар…
in Polish garnca-rz/rka…
in Vietnamese thợ gốm…
in Portuguese ceramista…
in Thai ช่างปั้นหม้อ…
in German der/die Töpfer(in)…
in Catalan terrissaire, ceramista…
in Japanese 陶芸家, 陶工…
in Indonesian pembuat gerabah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 陶工…
(Definition of potter from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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