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Spanish translation of “sable”

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noun /ˈseibl/
a kind of small animal found in Arctic regions, valued for its glossy fur.
marta cebellina
its fur
(de) marta cebellina
Artists’ brushes are sometimes made of sable (also adjective) a sable coat.
Translations of “sable”
in French zibeline, martre, (de) zibeline…
in German der Zobel, das Zobelfell, Zobel-……
in Chinese (Traditional) 黑色的, 顏色非常深的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 黑色的, 非常深的颜色的…
(Definition of sable from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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