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soot

noun [no plural]   /sʊt/
a black powder made when coal, wood, etc. is burned hollín
(Definition of soot from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

soot

noun /sut/
the black powder left after the burning of coal etc hollín The engine driver was covered from head to toe in soot.
sooty adjective
covered with soot cubierto de hollín, tiznado their sooty faces.
of the colour/color of soot. negro como el hollín
sootiness noun
aspecto tiznado
(Definition of soot from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “soot”
in Korean 검댕…
in Arabic سُخام, هِباب…
in Malaysian jelaga…
in French suie…
in Russian сажа…
in Chinese (Traditional) 煤煙, 煤灰…
in Italian fuliggine…
in Turkish kurum, is…
in Polish sadza…
in Vietnamese bồ hóng…
in Portuguese fuligem…
in Thai เขม่า…
in German der Ruß…
in Catalan sutge…
in Japanese (煙に含まれる)すす…
in Chinese (Simplified) 煤烟, 煤灰…
in Indonesian jelaga…
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