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rust

noun /rast/
the reddish-brown substance which forms on iron and steel, caused by air and moisture
óxido
The car was covered with rust.
rustproof adjective that will not (allow) rust
inoxidable
rustproof paint.
rusty adjective ( comparative rustier, superlative rustiest) covered with rust
oxidado
a rusty old bicycle.
not as good as it was because of lack of practice
oxidado
My French is rusty.
rustily adverb
oxidadamente; con falta de práctica
rustiness noun
herrumbre, orín; falta de práctica
Translations of “rust”
in Arabic صَدَأ…
in Korean 녹…
in Malaysian karat…
in French rouille…
in Turkish pas…
in Italian ruggine…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鏽, 鐵銹, 鐵銹色…
in Russian ржавчина…
in Polish rdza…
in Vietnamese gỉ sắt…
in Portuguese ferrugem…
in Thai สนิม…
in German der Rost…
in Catalan rovell…
in Japanese (金属の)さび…
in Indonesian karat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 锈, 铁锈, 铁锈色…
(Definition of rust from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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