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spike

noun /spaik/
a hard, thin, pointed object (of wood, metal etc)
punta, pincho
The fence had long spikes on top.
a pointed piece of metal attached to the sole of a shoe etc to prevent slipping.
clavo
spiked adjective
con pinchos
spiky adjective having spikes, or points similar to spikes
puntiagudo
the spiky coat of a hedgehog.
spikiness noun
aspecto punzante
Translations of “spike”
in Korean 대못…
in Arabic شَوْكة…
in French pointe, crampon…
in Italian punta, spunzone…
in Chinese (Traditional) 尖頭,尖刺, (尤指金屬的)尖狀物…
in Russian зубец, шип…
in Turkish sivri uçlu metal çubuk…
in Polish kolec, szpikulec…
in Portuguese ponta…
in German die Spitze, der Laufdorn…
in Catalan punxa…
in Japanese 大くぎ, (靴底の)スパイク…
in Chinese (Simplified) 尖头,尖刺, (尤指金属的)尖状物…
(Definition of spike from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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