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Spanish translation of “saw”

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saw

noun /soː/
a tool for cutting, having a toothed edge
sierra
He used a saw to cut through the branch.
sawdust noun a dust of tiny fragments of wood, made by sawing.
serrín
sawmill noun a place in which wood is mechanically sawn.
aserradero, serrería
Translations of “saw”
in Korean 톱…
in Arabic مِنْشار…
in French scie…
in Italian sega…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鋸…
in Russian пила…
in Turkish testere…
in Polish piła…
in Portuguese serra…
in German die Säge…
in Catalan serra…
in Japanese のこぎり…
in Chinese (Simplified) 锯…
(Definition of saw from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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