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strait

noun   /streɪt/
a narrow area of sea that connects two large areas of sea estrecho the straits of Florida
(Definition of strait from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

strait

noun /streit/
(often in plural) a narrow strip of sea between two pieces of land estrecho the straits of Gibraltar the Bering Strait.
(in plural) difficulty; (financial) need aprieto They found themselves in dire financial straits.
strait-jacket noun
a type of jacket with long sleeves tied behind to hold back the arms of eg a violent and insane person. camisa de fuerza
strait-laced adjective
strict and severe in attitude and behaviour/behavior puritano strait-laced middle-class parents.
(Definition of strait from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “strait”
in Korean 해협…
in Arabic مَضيق…
in Malaysian selat, keadaan yang runcing…
in French détroit, ennuis d’argent…
in Russian пролив…
in Chinese (Traditional) 水, 海峽…
in Italian stretto…
in Turkish boğaz…
in Polish cieśnina…
in Vietnamese eo biển, tình cảnh khó khăn…
in Portuguese estreito…
in Thai ช่องแคบ, ความทุกข์ยากลำบาก…
in German die Meerenge, der Engpaß…
in Catalan estret…
in Japanese 海峡, 瀬戸…
in Chinese (Simplified) 水, 海峡…
in Indonesian selat, kesulitan…
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