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Spanish translation of “silver”

silver

noun /ˈsilvə/
(chemistry ) (symbol Ag) an element, a precious grey/gray metal which is used in making jewellery/jewelry, ornaments etc
plata
The tray was made of solid silver.
anything made of, or looking like, silver especially knives, forks, spoons etc
plata
Burglars broke into the house and stole all our silver.
silvery adjective like silver, especially in colour/color
plateado
Her silvery hair was perfectly groomed.
silver foil noun ( silver paper) a common type of wrapping material, made of metal and having a silvery appearance
papel de plata
Chocolate bars are sold wrapped in silver paper.
(Definition of silver from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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