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Translation of "straw" - English-Spanish dictionary

straw

noun   /strɔː/
[no plural] the long, dried stems of certain plants, such as wheat, often given to animals paja a straw hat
a thin plastic or paper tube that you use for drinking through pajita
(Definition of straw from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

straw

noun /stroː/
(also adjective ) (of) the cut stalks of corn etc , having many uses, eg as bedding for cattle etc , making mats and other goods etc paja The cows need fresh straw a straw hat.
a single stalk of corn paja There’s a straw in your hair Their offer isn’t worth a straw!
a paper or plastic tube through which to suck a drink into the mouth paja, pajita He was sipping orange juice through a straw.
the last straw noun
an additional and intolerable circumstance in a disagreeable situation el colmo, la gota que colma el vaso The hotel was expensive, the food poor, and the bad weather was the last straw.
(Definition of straw from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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