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resin

noun [no plural]   /ˈrez.ɪn/
a thick, sticky substance that is produced by some trees and that becomes yellow and hard after it is collected, or any of various similar substances produced by a chemical process for use in industry resina pine resin56
resinous adjective   /-ɪ.nəs/
(Definition of resin from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

resin

noun /ˈrezin/
a sticky substance produced by certain trees (eg firs, pines) and some other plants. resina
resinous adjective
resinoso
(Definition of resin from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “resin”
in Vietnamese nhựa cây…
in Malaysian resin…
in Thai ยางไม้…
in French résine…
in German das Harz…
in Chinese (Simplified) 树脂, 合成树脂,人工树脂…
in Turkish reçine, çam sakızı, yapay reçine…
in Russian смола…
in Indonesian getah…
in Chinese (Traditional) 樹脂, 合成樹脂,人工樹脂…
in Polish żywica…
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