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shovel

noun /ˈʃavl/
a tool like a spade, with a short handle, used for scooping up and moving coal, gravel etc
pala
a coal shovel.
shovelful noun the amount that can be held, carried etc on a shovel
palada
a shovelful of coal.
Translations of “shovel”
in Korean 삽…
in Arabic رَفش…
in French pelle…
in Italian pala, badile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鏟, (大機器的)鏟鬥, 一鏟(的量)…
in Russian лопата…
in Turkish kürek…
in Polish łopata, szufla…
in Portuguese pá…
in German die Schaufel…
in Catalan pala…
in Japanese シャベル, ショベル…
in Chinese (Simplified) 铲, (大机器的)铲斗, 一铲(的量)…
(Definition of shovel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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