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sheath

noun /ʃiːθ/ ( plural sheaths /ʃiːθs ʃiːðz/)
a case for a sword or blade
vaina, funda
He put the knife back in its sheath.
a long close-fitting covering
revestimiento
The rocket is encased in a metal sheath.
sheathe /ʃiːð/ verb to put into a sheath
envainar
He sheathed his sword.
Translations of “sheath”
in French fourreau, gaine…
in German die Scheide, die Hülle…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鞘套, 護套, (刀劍的)鞘…
in Russian ножны…
in Turkish bıçak kını, kılıf…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鞘套, 护皮, (刀剑的)鞘…
in Polish pochwa…
(Definition of sheath from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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