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Translation of "receptacle" - English-Spanish dictionary

receptacle

noun /rəˈseptəkl/
(formal) a container of some kind receptáculo, recipiente A dustbin is a receptacle for rubbish.
Translations of “receptacle”
in Arabic وِعاء, حاوِية…
in Korean 그릇, 용기…
in Malaysian bekas khas…
in French récipient…
in Italian recipiente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 容器, 貯存器, 儲藏器…
in Vietnamese đồ đựng…
in Portuguese receptáculo, recipiente…
in Thai ภาชนะที่ใส่…
in German der Behälter…
in Catalan recipient…
in Japanese 容器…
in Indonesian wadah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 容器, 贮存器, 储藏器…
(Definition of receptacle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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