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spout

noun
a jet or strong flow (of water etc).
chorro
Translations of “spout”
in Korean 주둥이…
in Arabic بَزْباز, بُلْبُلة…
in French jet…
in Italian beccuccio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 開口, (容器的)嘴…
in Russian носик, горлышко (сосуда)…
in Turkish emzik, ağız, uç…
in Polish dzióbek…
in Portuguese bico…
in German der Wasserstrahl…
in Catalan broc, canó…
in Japanese (急須などの)注ぎ口, 蛇口…
in Chinese (Simplified) 开口, (容器的)嘴…
(Definition of spout from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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