sand translate English to Spanish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "sand" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun /sӕnd/
a large amount of tiny particles of crushed rocks, shells etc , found on beaches etc the golden sand. an area of sand, especially on a beach
playa arenosa
We lay on the sand.
sandy adjective ( comparative sandier, superlative sandiest) filled or covered with sand
arenoso, de arena
a sandy beach.
(of hair) yellowish-red in colour/color
rubio oscuro
She has fair skin and sandy hair.
sandbank /ˈsӕnbӕŋk/ noun a bank of sand formed by tides and currents.
banco de arena
sandcastle /ˈsӕnkaːsl/ noun a pile of sand, sometimes made to look like a castle, built especially by children on beaches.
castillo de arena
sandpaper /ˈsӕnpeipə/ noun a type of paper with sand glued to it, used for smoothing and polishing
lija, papel de lija
a sheet of sandpaper.
sandshoes /ˈsӕnʃuːz/ noun plural soft light shoes, often with rubber soles.
sandstone /ˈsӕnstəun/ noun a soft type of rock made of layers of sand pressed together.
piedra arenisca
sandstorm /ˈsӕnstoːm/ noun a storm of wind, carrying with it clouds of sand
tormenta de arena
We were caught in a sandstorm in the desert.
Translations of “sand”
in Arabic رِمال…
in Korean 모래…
in Malaysian pasir, kawasan berpasir…
in French sable, plage…
in Turkish kum…
in Italian sabbia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 沙,沙子…
in Russian песок…
in Polish piasek…
in Vietnamese cát, bãi cát, lớp cát…
in Portuguese areia…
in Thai ทราย, ชายหาด…
in German der Sand…
in Catalan sorra…
in Japanese 砂…
in Indonesian pasir, pantai berpasir…
in Chinese (Simplified) 沙,沙子…
(Definition of sand from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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