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Translation of "ripple" - English-Spanish dictionary

ripple

noun /ˈripl/
a little wave or movement on the surface of water etc
ondulación
He threw the stone into the pond, and watched the ripples spread across the water.
Translations of “ripple”
in Arabic تَمَوّج…
in Korean 잔물결…
in Malaysian ombak air…
in French ondulation…
in Turkish çırpıntı, ufak dalga, küçük dalgalanma…
in Italian increspatura…
in Chinese (Traditional) 漣漪, 微波, 細浪…
in Russian рябь (на воде), рокот…
in Polish zmarszczka, fale, fala…
in Vietnamese sự gợn sóng lăn tăn…
in Portuguese onda…
in Thai ระลอกคลื่นเล็ก ๆ…
in German die Kräuselung, kleine Welle…
in Catalan ona, ondulació…
in Japanese さざ波, 波紋…
in Indonesian riak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 涟漪, 微波, 细浪…
(Definition of ripple from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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