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source

noun /soːs/
the place, person, circumstance, thing etc from which anything begins or comes
fuente, origen
They have discovered the source of the trouble.
the spring from which a river flows
nacimiento, fuente
the source of the Nile.
Translations of “source”
in Korean 원천, 근원…
in Arabic مَصْدَر…
in French source…
in Italian fonte…
in Chinese (Traditional) 來源,出處, 發源地, 起源,根源…
in Russian источник, информатор, источник информации…
in Turkish kaynak, memba, köken…
in Polish źródło…
in Portuguese fonte…
in German die Ursache, die Quelle…
in Catalan font…
in Japanese 源, ~源…
in Chinese (Simplified) 来源,出处, 发源地, 起源,根源…
(Definition of source from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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