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Translation of "spade" - English-Spanish dictionary

spade

noun /speɪd/
a tool used for digging that has a long handle and a wide, flat metal part at one end pala
spades [plural]
one of the four suits (= groups) of playing cards picas the ten of spades
(Definition of spade from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

spade

noun /speid/
a tool with a broad blade and a handle, used for digging. pala
(Definition of spade from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “spade”
in Korean 삽…
in Arabic رَفْش…
in Malaysian penyodok‘…
in French bêche, pelle…
in Russian лопата…
in Chinese (Traditional) 工具, 鏟,鍬…
in Italian vanga…
in Turkish bel, bahçıvan beli/küreği…
in Polish łopata…
in Vietnamese cái thuổng, cái xẻng…
in Portuguese pá para cavar…
in Thai พลั่ว…
in German der Spaten…
in Catalan pala…
in Japanese (土を掘る)すき, シャベル…
in Chinese (Simplified) 工具, 铲,锹…
in Indonesian sekop…
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