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Translation of "powder" - English-Spanish dictionary

powder

noun /ˈpaudə/
any substance in the form of fine particles polvo soap powder milk powder. a special kind of substance in this form, used as a cosmetic etc polvos face powder talcum powder. formerly, gunpowder pólvora powder and shot. powdered adjective in the form of fine particles of dust en polvo powdered chocolate. powdery adjective like powder como polvo, en polvo; polvoriento powdery soil. powder puff noun a piece of very soft material used to apply face-powder etc. borla powder room noun a women’s restroom. tocador, lavabo de señoras
(Definition of powder from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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